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India face Myanmar in Olympic football qualifier

PUNE: India’s under-23 football team suffered a blow with injury to first choice goalkeeper Arindam Bhattacharya, but would still look to repeat its winning performance of four years ago, when they take on Myanmar in a tricky home-leg tie of the 2012 Olympic qualifiers on Wednesday.

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Mother of Mercy win President Cricket Shield final

VASCO: Mother of Mercy High School, Vaddem emerged champions in the prestigious 30th President Cricket Shield cricket tournament by defeating St Joseph Institute, Vasco by 122 runs in the finals played at SAG grounds, Chicalim. The tournament was organised by Chowgule Education Societies, St Joseph’s Institute,Vasco.

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MES College lift varsity cricket title

PANAJI: MES College, Zuari Nagar won the inter-college cricket championships, defeating GVM’s College by 11 runs in an exciting final played at University grounds.

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Tackling corruption, taming inflation top priorities: President

NEW DELHI: With its image dented by a rash of scams, the government Monday pledged to address “frontally” the concern over “lack of probity and integrity” in public life and vowed to bring back black money stashed abroad.

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Dempo to play ‘home’ ties at Pune

PANAJI: The Asian Football Confederation (AFC) has made it compulsory that clubs playing even in their group stages of AFC Cup should host matches under floodlights this season.

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Loyola beat St Andrew’s 3-0

PANAJI: Loyola High School, Margao defeated St Andrew’s Institute, Vasco 3-0 to move into quarter-finals of Mahindra Youth Football Challenge (MYFC) Under-14 Schools Football Tournament-cum-Talent Hunt, organised by GFA at Tilak Maidan, Vasco, on Monday.

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Nagoa Sporting in quarter-finals

MAPUSA: Nagoa Sporting Club fought their way to a nervous 4-3 win via tie-breaker over Wilred Leisure, Curtorim to enter the quarter-finals of Benaulikar Memorial Soccer, organised by Nerul Sports Club at Nerul grounds, today.

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Bring on Pakistan, say confident Sri Lanka

HAMBANTOTA: Former Sri Lanka captain Mahela Jayawardene said his team was looking forward to their first real test in the World Cup against Pakistan after crushing Canada in their opening match.

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‘SA can afford three-spinner luxury’

NEW DELHI: South Africa can afford to field all three frontline spinners in some of the World Cup matches because they can deftly handle bowling powerplays, off-spinner Johan Botha said on Monday.

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