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Iraq refuse to wear black armbands in bronze medal match

Iraq's footballers have refused to join their opponents Italy in donning black armbands as a mark of respect for murdered Italian journalist Enzo Baldoni.

Indian team enter final of 4x400m relays

India finished third behind favourites USA (3:23.79) and hosts Greece (3:26.70) to qualify for the finals which will be held tomorrow.

Death toll rises to 540 in Bihar

The death toll in current spell of floods in 19 districts rose to 540 after 83 more deaths were reported from four districts of north Bihar.

Village: Gym where everything goes

The Jamaicans dance between workouts. The Chinese do stretching exercises. The Cubans request funky R&B music when they come in.

Tikolo fancy chances against India

"We can beat any side if we play to our potential. We must not worry about the opposition," Kenyan captain Steve Tikolo said.

Bad day for US, new dawn for China

The US suffered their worst day at Athens on Friday when a tearful Marion Jones flopped, their basketball "Dream Team" were humiliated.

Tendulkar ruled out of ICC Champions Trophy

India's worst fears came true on Saturday when Sachin was ruled out of the ICC Champions Trophy starting on September 10.

Imran slams ICC for 'policing' officials

Pakistani cricketing legend has lashed out at ICC's move to bar honorary cricket officials from questioning wrong umpiring decisions.

Sahil's success story

Unlike most youngsters who stumble into B'wood by default or by accident, Sahil is focused about doing films right from his school days.

Sarin, Mittal among Europe's 25 most powerful people: Forbes

Arun Sarin of Vodafone and Lakshmi Mittal of Britain are among Europe's 25 most powerful businessmen.

India win match but humiliate their star

Dhanraj and Dhillon were kept sitting on the bench for most part of the game leading to the speculation if this was the IHF's way of telling them 'we don't need you any more'.

Olympics began with scandal, ended with ambush

Athens was the grand stage for some stunning surprises and established that there is still nothing in sports quite like the Olympics.

German Kayak queen Fisher grabs eighth gold

German kayaker Birgit Fischer captured her eighth Olympic gold medal on Friday in the women's K4 500 metres, moving a step closer to a record equalling ninth career gold at the Athens Games.

Changing needs

Jyoti Punj's home has had to undergo many structural changes to suit the interior designer's needs.

Zimbabwe win toss, elect to field

Zimbabwe won the toss and will bowl against England in their ICC Champions Trophy Pool D opening match at Edgbaston.
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