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Defence Minister Antony felicitates Armed Forces CWG medal winners
Defence Minister A K Antony on Friday felicitated Armed Forces sportsmen for their splendid performance in the XIXth Commonwealth Games that concluded on Thursday. ANI

Arsenal players lack winning mentality: Fabregas
Arsenal skipper Cesc Fabregas has criticized his club players for lacking a winning mentality. ANI

Tiger Woods manager demands extortion investigation
The person of the company who manages Roger Federer and Tiger Woods will go to LAPD to demand an extortion investigation over the lawsuit alleging gambling. ANI

News from the world of Sports with a special focus on Cricket for October 27, 2008

Warne says dangerous Kumble deserves to play out his last series
Ex-Aussie spin master Shane Warne hopes that leg spinner and Test captain, Anil Kumble would play in the third Test in New Delhi, starting on Wednesday at the Ferozshah Kotla ground. ANI

Wayne Rooney pledges his future to Man United
Wayne Rooney, Englands striker, wants to stay at Manchester United for the rest of his career. ANI

Lewis Hamilton as keyed to music as racing
British Formula One star Lewis Hamilton has revealed that if he were not into racing, his next career choice would have been music. ANI

Stephanie Rice says it is time to get boring again
World-record holding swimmer Stephanie Rice said that it was time for her to head back from the party floors to the pool, and get boring again. ANI

Pak selectors ready to give Shoaib enough time to regain form
Despite fast bowler Shoaib Akhtars dismal performances in the ongoing domestic tournament Pentangular Cup and the Twenty20 event in Toronto earlier this month, the countrys chief selector Saleem Jaffer, himself a former pacer, has exuded confidence in the Rawalpindi Express saying he was pushing hard to get back into the team, and that the selectors would give him enough time to regain the lost form. ANI

Hamiltons handicapped brother inspires him to Formula One glory
A humble wheelchair symbolises Lewis Hamiltons quest for Formula One immortality. ANI

Shane Warne meets his 3-D hologram at National Sports Museum
Aussie leg spinner Shane Warne was amazed to meet his virtual self when he visited at the National Sports Museum, which now houses a three-dimensional hologram that can make people feel that they are actually in the room with the former Test cricketer as he discusses his career. ANI

Warne disappointed by unapproved musical on his cricket career
Aussie leg spinner Shane Warne is unsure whether he will attend the premiere of a musical chronicling his cricket career because its creator did not ask him for his approval. ANI

CA keen to go back to its Aborigine cricket roots
Cricket Australia (CA) might plan to go back to its cricketing roots, by inculcating the sporting techniques among the Aborigines, as the first Australian cricket team to tour overseas was a side made up of Aborigines which toured England between May and October 1868, winning 14, losing 14 and drawing 19 matches. ANI

Removal of useless coach Lawson draws flak from within Pak cricket
The unceremonious removal of erstwhile Pakistan cricket coach Geoff Lawson, of Australia, has drawn flak from within the countrys cricketing world, even as former cricketers have said that the decision had invited international ire towards Pakistan and that, henceforth, no foreign coach would show interest in accepting coaching assignment here. ANI

Shane Warne says hes not required to help Aussies bounce back against India
Rejecting the speculations that he might make a comeback to international cricket even as Aussie bowlers are struggling against India, former leg-spinner Shane Warne has said that he was confident that his countrys side would bounce back in the third Test in Delhis Ferozshah Kotla from Wednesday. ANI

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