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BANGALORE, India: Pakistan pulled off a surprise 2-0 win over India Wednesday, with a late goal from Saddam Hussain ensuring them a share of the spoils in the first football series between the arch...
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Donald Sterling agrees to sell Clippers

LOS ANGELES: Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling agreed Wednesday to sign off on selling the team to former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer for what would be a record $2 billion, according to his a



Williams puts LA Kings past Rangers in OT in Stanley Cup opener

LOS ANGELES: Justin Williams netted the overtime game winner on Wednesday, giving the Los Angeles Kings a 3-2 triumph over the New York Rangers in game one of the Stanley Cup finals.



Australia to import soil from India to build sub-continental style cricket pitches

SYDNEY: Cricket Australia will import soil from India to build sub-continental style pitches to help their batsmen prepare for playing against spin, a report said.



Petkovic, Halep clash for final place

PARIS: Andrea Petkovic kept her remarkable run at the French Open on track on Wednesday as she crushed Italian tenth seed Sara Errani to set up a last four clash against Simona Halep.



No excuses: Players helped develop World Cup ball

BERLIN: Players were consulted extensively in the development of the World Cup ball, meaning they should be less likely to commit on-pitch blunders in Brazil.



American Garden champion in OFBC Friday Morning League Season 2

American Garden was crowned champion in the OFBC Friday Morning League that brought down the curtain on its Season 2 after six months of grueling battles at the Ice Land Bowling Center here.



Moss sparks late burst as Athletics outlast Yanks

NEW YORK: Brandon Moss hit the go-ahead home run as Oakland scored three times in the 10th inning to outlast the New York Yankees 5-2



Spurs seek redemption against Heat in finals rematch

LOS ANGELES: This is the match-up everyone hoped for.



Misbah wants PCB to start grooming future captain

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan captain Misbah-ul-Haq wants the national board to start searching for future skippers to groom.

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