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Bidding adieu to the XIX Commonwealth Games 2010 Delhi and the flag handing ceremony to the next host city Glasgow, Scotland, began with
14 October 2010
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As the sporting action in Delhi wrapped up on Thursday, 14 October 2010, all eyes were on the Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, which after playing host to
14 October 2010
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Eleven days of non-stop action on the sports field has sadly come to an end and today, 14 October 2010, saw Delhi bidding adieu to its beloved guests
14 October 2010
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After two weeks of intense sporting action, it’s now time to bring the curtains down on the XIX Commonwealth Games 2010 Delhi. We have witnessed
14 October 2010
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Women shuttlers led by singles title-favourite Saina Nehwal provided India with a golden double to pilot the country to a historic second-place
14 October 2010
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Eight-time Olympic champions India's dream of registering their maiden Hockey Gold in Delhi 2010 came down crashing as world champions Australia
14 October 2010
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The New Zealand Hockey team needed a tie-breaker to see off England and seal the Bronze medal at the XIX Commonwealth Games 2010 Delhi, here at the
14 October 2010
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Jwala Gutta and Ashwini Ponnappa battled past Singapore’s Sari Shanti Mulia and Yao Lei, becoming India's first Women's Doubles pair to win the Gold
14 October 2010
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The limited capacity of Talkatora stadium, 2700, ensured there was never going to be a problem to fill it to the rafters, but still the consistent
14 October 2010
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Kenyans ran away with two Marathon Gold medals on offer to bring down curtains on the Athletics events on the last day of the XIX Commonwealth Games
14 October 2010
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