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India girls win gold in Slovakia

other Updated: Jun 01, 2013 23:55 IST

Promising paddler Sutirtha Mukherjee led Indian girls to a gold medal finish while the boys had to settle for a silver in the team championship of the Slovak Junior Open at Senec, Slovakia. Indian girls defeated Serbia ‘A’ 3-2 in a close summit-clash while Czech Republic ‘A’ boys brushed aside Indian challenge 3-1 to claim gold in the boy’s event.

Arrows to stay
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Narayan plays draw
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Services win
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Basketball tourney
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