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Anirban Lahiri set to realise dream with Masters debut

Anirban Lahiri set to realise dream with Masters debut

India’s Anirban Lahiri will live up a childhood dream when he tees up at the Masters Tournament on Thursday, hoping it will mark another step towards his ultimate aim of becoming a Major champion. The current Asian Tour number one will become only the third Indian golfer after Jeev...

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World No 1: Saina’s perseverance and focus have paid off well

World No 1: Saina’s perseverance and focus have paid off well

It was not very long ago, that Saina Nehwal was an aspiring shuttler trying to break into the big stage. And now she is a revered icon, not only in India but across the globe. She first rose to prominence in 2006 after she won the Philippines Open, even though...

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Balbir Singh (Sr) bestowed with 'Major Dhyan Chand Lifetime Achievement Award'

Balbir Singh (Sr) bestowed with 'Major Dhyan Chand Lifetime Achievement Award'

New Delhi: Balbir Singh (Sr), member of three Olympic gold medal winning teams, was honoured with a Lifetime Achievement Award at the inaugural Hockey India Awards here on Saturday. The legendary 90-year-old player received the trophy for Major Dhyan Chand Lifetime Achievement Award along with a cheque of Rs 30 lakh. A...

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Lahiri’s Masters Preparation Receives Houston Lift-Off

Lahiri’s Masters Preparation Receives Houston Lift-Off

Indian star Anirban Lahiri has received a sponsor’s invitation to compete in the Shell Houston Open which is a boost to his Masters Tournament preparation next month. The current Asian Tour number one, who sensationally claimed two tournament victories during three-week span in Malaysia and India in February, hopes to...

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Football: New season! New coach! New chant!

Football: New season! New coach! New chant!

GUWAHATI: New Season! New Coach! New Chant! Add to that a new-look squad, who have the “ability and the attitude.” This Team India looks different from what it used to be. It is different! From a distance you watch. The Players meet and greet each other when they all assemble...

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Sr National Hockey: Maharashtra register 3-1 win against Tamil Nadu

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High Speed Action at JK Tyre FMSCI Indian National Drag Racing Championship

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Wherever a ball rolls, we will be there: Nicolai Adam

Wherever a ball rolls, we will be there: Nicolai Adam

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  1. WC 2015 Live Score
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Pool A Points / Matches NRR Pool B Points / Matches NRR
NZ 12 / 6 +2.56 IND 12 / 6 +1.83
AUS 9 / 6 +2.26 SA 8 / 6 +1.71
SL 8 / 6 +0.37 PAK 8 / 6 -0.08
BAN 7 / 6 +0.14 WI 6 / 6 -0.05
ENG 4 / 6 -0.75 IRE 6 / 6 -0.93
AFG 2 / 6 -1.85 ZIM 2 / 6 -0.53
SCO 0 / 6 -2.22 UAE 0 / 6 -2.03

 Karun and his team finish 17th in Endurance raceSebring (Florida): The JRM Racing team, represented by India's Karun Chandhok and Britain's David Brabham and Peter Dumbreck, missed out on a possible podium finish due to a mechanical problem that cost them valuable time and finished 17th overall in the first round of the FIA World Endurance Championship, here Sunday.

JRM Racing climbed from the back of the grid to an impressive third overall with less than three of the 12-hour race left when its brand new Honda Performance Development ARX-03a developed a problem with the right-rear suspension. It cost the team 15 laps and 30 minutes.

Once back on the track, a great recovery resulted in a final placing of 17th overall and seventh in the LMP1 category.

Chandhok said: "We had a podium finish on the cards, if not overall. So, it was a great shame not to have made it into the top three. The car felt good for my final stint and to try to make up for lost time I pushed as hard as I could.

"It's a long time since I've driven two hours of qualifying laps! I have to say I really enjoyed my first taste of sportscar racing and I'm already looking forward to the next time." (IANS)

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