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CWG scam: Income Tax raids offices of contractors
Offices of several contractors, who were involved with the recently held XIXth Commonwealth Games, were raided by income tax officials on Thursday.

Australia needs to 'learn how to milk Indian cricket cash cow', not fight it: Craddock
India is the home not just of the sacred cow, but the cash cow as well, cricket journalist Robert Craddock has said.

India's Oz Twenty20 investment plans bigger than 'Kerry Packer moment': CA
Cricket Australia has described the plans of Indian investors trying to seize a share in the country's Twenty20 Big Bash as the most significant development since World Series Cricket.

Injury free Bollinger ready to fight for Ashes spot
New South Wales and Australian left-arm quick Doug Bollinger has said that he is ready to fight for his Ashes spot.

Ferguson staged Rooney fiasco to raise Man U 'salary ceiling': Bosnich
Former Manchester United goalkeeper Mark Bosnich believes that manager Sir Alex Ferugson had staged the Wayne Rooney fiasco in a bid to raise the club's salary cap.

Kochi IPL franchise gets a month to sort out ownership differences
The Kochi consortium of the Indian Premier League (IPL) was on Wednesday given a reprieve of a month by the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) to resolve its ownership-related dispute, failing which it runs the risk of termination from the league.

China announces largest-ever team for Guangzhou Asian Games
EIJING - Chinese sports authorities have announced the country's largest-ever delegation for an international sporting event, as Beijing aims to defend its gold medal and medal tally titles at the coming Guangzhou Asian Games.

Proteas ease past Pakistan in Abu Dhabi T20 match
South Africa has clinched victory over Pakistan in a Twenty20 international clash in Abu Dhabi. Pakistan slumped to a dismal six-wicket defeat in the match.

Lee needs to play more cricket before ODI comeback, says Hilditch
Australian fast bowler Brett Lee needs more cricket after a six-month layoff with an elbow injury, chairman of selectors Andrew Hilditch has said.

Premier League owners 'as impotent as a room of eunuchs' ruining sport: Brit politician
English Premier League club owners have been labeled "as impotent as a room of eunuchs" by a British politician, who has urged the government to step in and take control of the sport.

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