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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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Millar, Whitten pedal to Time Trial glory Scotland's David Millar and Canada's Tara Alice Whitten won the Men's and Women's Golds respectively at the
13 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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Jen McIntosh won Scotland's 10th Gold medal in Shooting at Delhi 2010 when she won the Women's 50 m Rifle Prone today. In the process, McIntosh set a
12 October 2010
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Manju Wanniarachchi guaranteed Sri Lanka their first Commonwealth Games Boxing medal in 60 years, while England's Callum Smith made sure of a third
11 October 2010
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Young striker Dharamvir Singh scored a double as India defeated Scotland 4-0 in a Pool A match to stay in hunt for a semi-final spot in the Men’s
10 October 2010
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Australia today slammed home a new Commonwealth Games record to defeat New Zealand in the Men's Team Sprint. Jason Niblett replaced Shane Perkins in
8 October 2010
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Reigning silver medalist India had to split points after being held to a 1-1 draw by a lowly Scotland in their opening Pool A match of the women's
4 October 2010
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NEW DELHI: Commonwealth Games 2010 Delhi will not be devalued by the absence of some of big-name stars, four-time Olympic champion cyclist Sir Chris
16 August 2010
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GLASGOW: The Queen’s Baton 2010 Delhi completed its trip to Scotland – the eighth nation on its enchanting journey across the
1 December 2009
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