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CWG 2010: India equals its best ever performance with 30 Gold medals on Day-8
India equalled its best ever performance in the Commonwealth Games with 30 Gold medals, as Discus Thrower Krishna Poonia bagging a historic Gold medal for the country in athletics after 58 years here today. ANI

Discus Thrower Krishna Poonia wins Gold for India at Commonwealth Games
Indias hopes to maintain its second position in the medal tally of Commonwealth Games were boosted when Discus Thrower Krishna Poonia won a historic Gold Medal on Monday evening. ANI

Boxer Vijender Kr. misses Gold in 75 kg competition
Indias poster boy Vijender Kumar lost to Englands Ogogo in a semi-final match in the 75 kilogram category of boxing competition here at the XIX Commonwealth Games. ANI

News from the world of Sports with a special focus on Cricket for October 10, 2010

CWG: India retains second position with five more Gold medals on Day-7
With 29 Gold, 22 Silver, and 22 Bronze medals till late Sunday evening, India held on to its second position on the seventh day of the ongoing XIX Commonwealth Games here. ANI

CWG: India beats Pakistan by 7-4 in Men's hockey quarter final match
Indian hockey team cruised into the second Semi Final on Sunday evening, as it registered a convincing win over arch rival Pakistan beating it with 7-4 score in the Quarter Final match of the ongoing XIX Commonwealth Games here on Sunday. ANI

Indian players continue winning in Commonwealth Games with 28 Gold, 19 Silver, 22 Bronze
India players continued to bag more medals at the 2010 Delhi Commonwealth Games here on Sunday, as Archer Rahul Banerjee and Wrestler Sushil Kumar won gold medal apiece, inspiring Discuss Thrower Vikas Gauda to win Silver medal in the evening. ANI

No problem with water quality of pools, says Games chief Fennell
Commonwealth Games Federation President Michael Fennell said on Sunday that there was no problem with the water quality of the pools and they were monitoring it constantly. ANI

Wrestler Sushil Kumar clinches 28th Gold medal for India at CWG
Wrestler Sushil Kumar clinched 28th gold medal by defeating South African player Heinrich Barnes 7-0 in the 66-kilogram category of the freestyle wrestling competition at the XIX Commonwealth Games here on Sunday ANI

Tendulkar surpasses 14,000 mark in 171st Test match in Bangalore
Master Blaster Sachin Tendulkar achieved a significant feat here on Sunday, as he became the first ever player in the history of Test cricket to have scored 14,000 mark. ANI

Tendulkar, Vijay lead Team India's recovery against Australia
Indian batsmen Sachin Tendulkar and Murali Vijay shared a 90-run partnership to help the team recover from a wobbly third session to reach 128 for two on the second day of the Bangalore Test against Australia on Sunday. ANI

CWG: Archer Rahul Banerjee wins 27th gold for India
Archer Rahul Banerjee won gold in the mens individual recurve event at the XIXth Commonwealth Games today. ANI

'India lover' Lee eyeing 2011 World Cup return to Australia team
Injury-prone Australian pacer Brett Lee has said that his main goal is to be selected in the national squad for next years World Cup in the Indian subcontinent. With my love for India and love for the Indian culture, the chance to play over there - World Cup, 50-over cricket - its the cream of the crop as far as one-day cricket tournaments go, ANI

PCB chief btt to skip NA's grilling session
Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Chairman Ijaz b*tt will not be attending the meeting called by the National Assembly Standing Committee on Sports in Islamabad on October 12, as he is leaving for Dubai today to attend the ICC Board meeting. ANI

PCB lifts ban on Rana Naved
The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has lifted the one-year ban imposed on all-rounder Rana Navedul Hasan. ANI

Pak batsman Hafeez eying to carry on England success to South Africa
Pakistan batsman Mohammad Hafeez has said that he would be looking forward to carry on the success that he had achieved during the recent ODI series against England to next months tournament against South Africa. ANI

Misbah's appointment as Pak Test captain shocking: Akram
Former skipper Wasim Akram has slammed Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB)s decision to appoint Misbah-ul-Haq as the captain for the two-Test series against South Africa. ANI

Give winter break to enable England realise its full potential: Rooney
Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney has has called on the Premier League to bring in a winter break to enable England to realise their full potential in major tournaments. ANI

Stephanie Rice and Quade Cooper go public with their relationship
Oz swimmer Stephanie Rice and Wallabies bad boy Quade Cooper have gone public with their relationship. ANI

London Olympic stadium built over unexploded World War II bomb
The British Government records show that 500 million pounds Olympic Stadium in London has been built on top of an undiscovered and unexploded Nazi bomb. ANI

BCCI terminates IPL agreements of Rajasthan Royals, Kings XI Punjab
The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) on Sunday terminated the Indian Premier League (IPL) franchise agreements of Rajasthan Royals and Kings XI Punjab over breaches committed by the franchisees. ANI

Tiger Woods will never get back his 'aura of invincibility', says Oz golfer Thomson
Australian golf legend Peter Thomson has said that Tiger Woods, the 14-time major champion, will never regain his aura of invincibility. ANI

Kiwi golden girl almost pulled out of CWG
Kiwi golden girl Alison Shanks has revealed she almost pulled out of the Commonwealth Games in Delhi due to fears over her safety. ANI

Red Bull's Vettel wins Japanese Grand Prix
Red Bulls Sebastian Vettel has put himself right back in this seasons Formula One title challenge by comfortably winning today Japanese Grand Prix at Suzuka. ANI

'Love-rat' Rooney and wife to have their marriage blessed
Love-rat Wayne Rooney and wife Coleen will hold a ceremony to have their marriage blessed in a bid to wipe away his cheating past. ANI

Second hooker who 'bedded' Rooney was caged for hoarding firearms
The second hooker who allegedly slept with Wayne Rooney was arrested after police found gun parts in a package addressed in her name. ANI

Delhi CWG earns bragging rights for Haroon Khan against Brit boxing selectors
Pakistani boxer Haroon Khan has earned bragging rights against British boxing selectors after guaranteeing himself a medal at the Delhi Commonwealth Games. ANI

Becks 'warned he would regret 16m pounds libel action against hooker'
A lawyer for David Beckhams alleged hooker has warned the footballer that he would regret launching a 16-million-pound libel action against Irma Nici. ANI

Rivalry with Australia will be fierce: Collingwood
England batsman Paul Collingwood has said that the competition in Australia will be absolutely fierce, and added that he is looking forward to having that kind of rivalry, knowing what the Ashes means. ANI

Henry, Thorpe urged to return from retirement before London Olympics
To galvanise the the Australian swimming squad for London Olympics, retired stars like Jodie Henry, Matt Welsh and Ian Thorpe have been urged to come out of retirement and follow Geoff Huegill and Libby Trickett. ANI

btton 'surprised' at his good relation with Hamilton
Reigning Formula One champion Jenson b*tton has admitted that he is surprised he has got on so well with McLaren teammate Lewis Hamilton this year. ANI

CWG: Harpreet Singh wins gold in shooting
Shooter Harpreet Singh won gold in 25 metre centrefire pistol shooting event at the XIXth Commonwealth Games today. ANI

Schumacher told to justify 29 million pound salary at Mercedes
Seven-time Formula One champion Michael Schumacher has been warned by bosses at Mercedes to improve his performance or risk being sacked. ANI

Ashes coup: Australia signs England's batting coach
Australia has signed Englands batting coach Dene Hills ahead of the Ashes series, which is being considered as a major coup. ANI

Cricket Australia asks Oz players to stop compalaning about playing in T20
Cricket Australia has asked its players to stop complaining about tight schedule between Twenty20 tournaments and Test matches, as it was clearly mentioned in their lucrative Indian Premier League contracts in writing. ANI

CWG: Archer Deepika Kumari wins 25th gold for India
Archer Deepika Kumari won gold in the womens recurve archery singles while Dola Banerjee won the bronze in the same event of the XIXth Commonwealth Games today. ANI

Liverpool's US buyers may walk away over 'nine-point deduction' fears
Liverpools 300 million pound takeover by US-based New England Sports Ventures (NESV) is reportedly on the brink of collapse because of fears that the club would be placed in administration and docked nine points by the Premier League. ANI

At 26, 'old guy' Tevez wants to quit football forever
Argentina and Manchester City striker Carlos Tevez has admitted that he is seriously thinking about quitting football forever. ANI

CWG: 35 gold medals at stake, all eyes upon Indian shooters
The action will hot up on seventh day of the XIXth Commonwealth Games as a total of 35 gold medals will be up for grabs in various disciplines. ANI

F1 legend James Hunt 'slept with 5,000 women'
F1 legend James Hunt was a sex addict who bedded 5,000 women as he lived life in the fast lane on and off the track, reveals a new book. ANI

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