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by OJ George

Disruptive interventions the fate of the people
Recent times have wrought disruptive interventions on the people in several ways, for they had to queue themselves up before various authorities.

Earlier, for exchanging banned notes, for Aadhaar, PAN card, corrections and what not, they had to sweat it out.

Now they have to produce their ration cards for getting salary and pension.

These
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Sania moves up in doubles rankings
New Delhi:Sania

Mirza's first doubles title of the year has helped her jump nine places to 59th in the WTA

rankings even as she remained static at 100th in the chart issued on Monday.

The Indian

ace, along with Chinese Taipei's Chia-Jung Chuang, lifted the $220,000 MPS Group

Cha
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India win Azlan Shah title
Malaysia: India beat Malaysia 3-1 in

the final of the Sultan Azlan Shah Cup hockey tournament in Ipoh, Malaysia on

Sunday.

India's Prabhjot Singh, Shivender Singh and Arjun Halappa scored a goal each,

while Azlan Misron was the lone scorer for Malaysia.

At half-time India were lea
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Top soccer clubs' values up despite recession
Washington:

The world's top 25 soccer clubs are now worth an average of $597 million, which registered an

eight per cent growth before the recession set in. Five clubs are worth at least $1 billion.

"

European soccer rewards the best-performing clubs with higher broadcasting revenue
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Dravid holds largest number of catches
Wellington: India’s

Rahul Dravid today fetched the record of scoring the largest number of catches in Test

Cricket.

Dravid got the record as he surpassed the same held by Australian cricketer Mark

Vaugh who had taken 181 catches.

On the fourth day of the third test against New

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India register 182 lead in 1st innings
Wellington: With a

sizeable first innings lead (182) in hand, and the opposition's bowling arsenal looking seemingly

innocuous, it was up to India to call the shots and bat New Zealand out of the third Test at

Wellington.

That is precisely what the visitors did. India batted the whol
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Flintoff hat-trick helps England win series
West Indies: England

ended their tour of the West Indies on a high on Friday when an Andrew Flintoff hat-trick helped

them beat the hosts by 26 runs in a rain-shortened match in St Lucia to win the one-day series

3-2.

Flintoff took five for 19 in his five overs, including the hat-tric
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