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Breaking News: Remand in custody the head of the Delhi Games: An Indian court today Delhi http://www.kahnanews.com/delhi-games-chief-remanded-in-
Julia Gillard has signalled the federal government may impose a one-off levy to help pay for devastating flood damage, while also flagging spending cuts. Also in National: The University of Canberra will become the first Australian campus to ban the
Four Malaysian athletes, who outdid their peers to win gold medals at the New Delhi Commonwealth Games last October, were presented with awards by the Commonwealth Games Association (CGA) and 100Plus at a special ceremony here yesterday. Outdo
Suresh Kalmadi arrived at the headquarters of the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) in New Delhi, where he will be quizzed by detectives over suspect contracts. Join the conversation You're the only person reading this now.
Story continues below Simply hitting the pool again was a victory for Campbell. Alarm bells were ringing after she withdrew from the Australian team in July with a fatigue-related illness, missing both the Pan Pacs and the Delhi Commonwealth Games.
Story continues below Hardly satisfied after her record eight-medal tally in Delhi on her Commonwealth Games debut, Seebohm outshone former world champion Jessicah Schipper in the 100 metres butterfly while taking out the 100 metres backstroke and
Bantamweight boxer and Sri Lanka's first-ever gold medallist Manju Wanniarachchi tested positive for a banned steroid according to a report on Sunday. Apparently, Commonwealth Games organisers sent a report to Sri Lanka's National Olympic Committee
Sunday Oct 24, 2010 Statistics and empirical measurements are supposed to be exact sciences; certain in their precision...The statistics show that, in the last two Commonwealth Games (Melbourne 2006 and the just-completed Delhi Games), New Zealand's
Story continues below The Indian team rose to the occasion, producing 20 minutes to last a lifetime for the fortunate 19,000 capacity crowd at a raucous Major Dhyan Chand Stadium. After a standing ovation for merely stepping onto the pitch to warm up,
Story continues below He played out of position at five-eighth with regular stand-off Bernard Foley rested but will be back at centre for the two-day Delhi Games tournament, which kicks off on Monday. "I think (sevens) will get me back on track,"