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The top seeds in the Men's and Women's Doubles and both Singles events have made it through to the Table Tennis Semi-finals at the Yamuna Sports
12 October 2010
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Triple Commonwealth Games champion New Zealand will play England, while Australia will face South Africa in the Semi-finals of the Rugby Sevens
12 October 2010
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Australian sharpshooter Dina Aspandiyarova will attempt to defend her Commonwealth title when she competes in the Women's 10m Air Pistol Pairs event
12 October 2010
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England and Australia put on impressive performances to qualify for the Semi-finals in the Men's Doubles, Woman's Doubles and Mixed Doubles
12 October 2010
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The massive interest generated by the crunch pool games involving New Zealand, South Africa and Australia has resulted in tickets being sold out at
10 October 2010
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Australian women's team overcame high expectations to win Gold at Delhi 2010 Women's cycling competition where bikers raced across scenic empty
10 October 2010
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For Richard Mantell, Major Dhyan Chand National Stadium serves as the scene for both a horrific ending and a triumphant return. The 29-year-old
10 October 2010
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Malaysian crack shot Nur Suryani Mohamed Taibi will be aiming to collect her second Gold medal at Delhi on Sunday, this time in the Women's 10m Air
10 October 2010
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Ryan Cochrane today added the 1,500m Freestyle Gold to his 400m Freestyle win to give Canada its second double Gold of the day at Delhi 2010. 
9 October 2010
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Seven Gold medals will be decided in the Athletics evening session on Saturday. In the Women's competition, the Heptathlon concludes, the 3000m
9 October 2010
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