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Emotions to run high for Indo-Pak tie in Adelaide

NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Cricket is just a game, but try telling that to the 22 players who will walk out for the India v Pakistan World Cup match in Adelaide on Feb 15.

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Goodness always prevails… let the Games begin

THESE are difficult times indeed for any Malaysian. You need not have lost anyone in the mysterious disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 or in the downed Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17.

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India scrap Pakistan series after tensions spike

NEW DELHI: India’s national hockey team announced on Friday that they were calling off a series against arch-rivals Pakistan planned for next month amid growing tensions between the nuclear-armed neighbours.

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India, Pakistan start new innings of "cricket diplomacy"

NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Cricket legend Kapil Dev remembers what it was like playing for his country against India's bitter rival, Pakistan, when he made his international debut in 1978: a bowler was expected to aim at the batsman's body.

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India, Pakistan start new innings of "cricket diplomacy"

NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Cricket legend Kapil Dev remembers what it was like playing for his country against India's bitter rival, Pakistan, when he made his international debut in 1978: a bowler was expected to aim at the batsman's body.

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India, Pakistan start new innings of "cricket diplomacy"

NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Cricket legend Kapil Dev remembers what it was like playing for his country against India's bitter rival, Pakistan, when he made his international debut in 1978: a bowler was expected to aim at the batsman's body.

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Shhhh! Blind sports silence crowd at London Paralympics

LONDON: It has taken a little help from Icelandic songstress Bjork but crowds at the London 2012 Paralympics are keeping a lid on their excitement for blind sports that need to be played in silence.

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Australian tennis worried by lax India security

MELBOURNE: Tennis Australia says the theft of security plans for October's Commonwealth Games in New Delhi was part of the reason for forfeiting a Davis Cup series with India in May last year.

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Terrorist threats force former great to think twice about IPL

SYDNEY: Former cricketing great Shane Warne says he's reconsidering whether to play in the Indian Premier League this season if threats of a terrorist attack were proven to be credible.

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Terror threat to field hockey WCup

SYDNEY: Australia and New Zealand will send teams to the men's field hockey World Cup in New Delhi this month despite a reported threat from an al-Qaida-linked organization against competitors in sporting events in India.