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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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India has won the Gold medal in the Women's 10m Air Pistol Pairs in dramatic fashion after a three-way tie for first place with Australia and Canada
12 October 2010
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It was magical to hear 35,000 and more sing the National Anthem with pride after Discus thrower Krishna Poonia led an unprecedented India 1-2-3 at
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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India, boosted by home support, has made it into the semi-final stages of the Men's Singles, Women's Singles and Doubles in the Badminton competition
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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New Zealand qualified for Wednesday’s Women’s Gold medal match after defeating South Africa 1-0 at the Major Dhyan Chand National Stadium on Monday.
12 October 2010
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A sporting treat awaits Delhiites on Wednesday as reigning world champions race to win the Women's 29 km and the Men's 40 km individual time trial
11 October 2010
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