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Delhi promised to deliver world class Games and Delhi delivered, there was nothing better to showcase the success of the XIX Commonwealth Games than
15 October 2010
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It all started with a sole Bronze in 1934 in the second edition of the Commonwealth Games and now India has finally breached the 100-mark in the
15 October 2010
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Over 2,000 children stole the hearts of about 60,000 spectators at the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium as they performed to the tunes of 'Vande Matram' and
15 October 2010
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The XIX Commonwealth Games 2010 Delhi got the ultimate pat on the back from the Commonwealth Games Federation Chief Mr. Michael Fennell, who declared
15 October 2010
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Bidding adieu to the participants of the XIX Commonwealth Games 2010 Delhi, Organising Committee Delhi 2010 Chairman Mr. Suresh Kalmadi, MP, said, “
15 October 2010
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The atmosphere at the Commonwealth Games Village was filled with nostalgia, a day after the sporting extravaganza came to an end.   
15 October 2010
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Delhi 2010 changed the record books and gave stat gurus lots to work for. Presenting the statistics of the XIX Commonwealth Games 2010 Delhi:
15 October 2010
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India has always been described as highly colourful and tantalising to the senses and the Closing Ceremony of the XIX Commonwealth Games 2010 Delhi
14 October 2010
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Scotland, which will host the next Commonwealth Games, today literally charmed their way into the hearts of everyone present in the Closing Ceremony
14 October 2010
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Triple Jumper from Jamaica Trecia-Kaye Smith was conferred with the prestigious David Dixon award. Bestowed to the best athlete of the Games and
14 October 2010
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