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Manchester United had a reunion of sorts with former captain Nemanja Vidic, now playing for Inter. They won 3-2 on penalties.
Australia were hoping to confirm their dominance in the pool with a strong last-day showing, but they endured early disappointments at Glasgow\'s Tollcross International Swimming Centre.
Local reports said Segundo Tevez was kidnapped by unknown assailants around sunrise but offered few details. olice did not immediately provide information, but Argentine TV station C5N said Tevez was
Ararul Hassan Choudhury was accompanying the shooting team that included medal winners Anisa Sayyed and Rahi Sarnobat. He was stopped for carrying prohibited ammunition.
Ishant was ruled out of the third Test against England due to an ankle injury after a match-winning performance at Lord\'s. Senior India bowler Ashish Nehra hoped his Delhi team mate could be back in
After Tuesday\'s golden run in the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, India will hope for more medals from the wrestlers on Wednesday. Boxing may also bring some cheer with several Indians on the
Ajinkya Rahane scored his third Test half-century on the day to help India avoid a collapse in the post-lunch session. He put on 74 runs with Rohit Sharma, but both of them fell on either side of the
Stuart Broad and James Anderson have taken their combined tally of Test wickets past 500, becoming only the third fast bowling pair -- after Walsh and Ambrose and Wasim and Waqar -- to do so.
Zaheer had strained his left latissmus dorsi muscle during the IPL ruling him out of the series. The left-arm seamer said he will start his second phase of rehab by bowling gradually.
England\'s Ben Proud had already won the 50m butterfly earlier in the week and backed up that success by touching the wall first in a time of 21:92sec.
England\'s Ben Proud had already won the 50m butterfly earlier in the week and backed up that success by touching the wall first in a time of 21:92sec.
Stephanie McPherson led an impressive Jamaican clean sweep of a high-quality women\'s 400m, while there were also golds for Andrew Riley in the 110m hurdles and Kimberly Williams in the triple jump.
England very nearly caused a similar upset in the women\'s 4x100m medley relay as they led at the 300m mark, but Campbell did enough to seal gold in the final leg in an overall time of 3min 56:23sec.
Nicol David, the world number one, who retained her singles title with a win over Laura Massaro on Monday, paired up with Low Wee Wern to overcome New Zealand\'s Megan Craig and Kylie Lindsay in
Moeen Ali, a practising Muslim, was warned by the International Cricket Council not to repeat his \"political\" protest that saw him wearing wristbands bearing the words \'Save Gaza\' and \'Free Palestine\'
Stuart Broad and James Anderson are third on the list behind the famous pairs of Courtney Walsh-Curtly Ambrose (West Indies) and Wasim Akram-Waqar Younis (Pakistan)
Chandrakant Mali lifted a total of 338kg. He had lifted 150kg in his third attempt in snatch and 188kg in clean and jerk.
Kidambi Srikanth defeated St Helena\'s Duane March 21-3, 21-4, while R.M.V. Gurusaidutt eased past Benjamin Pui Hun Li of the Isle of Man 21-5, 21-12.
Sunil Gavaskar felt England would not want to enforce the follow-on if India failed to get to the 370-run mark, because the hosts will be wary of the prospect of chasing on the final day.
It\'s Day 6 of the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow on Tuesday. India, with 26 medals (7 gold, 12 silver, 7 bronze), are seventh in the medal standings after Monday\'s events. Australia (87 medals),
Indian men\'s hockey team lost 4-2 to Australia in a thrilling encounter. India will take on South Africa in their final group match.
Rajeev Tomar lost the men\'s 125kg freestyle final match to Canada\'s Korey Jarvis.
Singapore\'s Jasmine Ser won the gold in brilliant fashion, setting a new Finals Games Record (FGR) with 449.1 points. Scottish Jen McIntosh claimed the silver with 446.6 while Lajja Gauswami ended
Sushil Kumar defeated Pakistan\'s Qamar Abbas 6-2 in the final to win India\'s 10th gold medal.
Vinesh won 11-8 against Yana Rattigan of England\'s in a close contest in the final.