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Cuttack, July 19: England tried to change the script, but the Indian men brought in a twist to the tale through birthday boy Harmeet Desai to end the English hopes to lift the Host Association’s Cup, while Indian women played their characters to perfection to script their win for the India Cup in the 21st Commonwealth Table Tennis Championships at the Jawaharlal Nehru Indoor Stadium here today.

 

The Indian men beat England 3-2 while Indian women di

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Cuttack, July 18: Indian men and women were the first to book their semifinal slots after winning their Super Eights group matches in the 21st Commonwealth Table Tennis Championships at the Jawaharlal Nehru Indoor Stadium here today.

 

Though the Indian men have a formality to complete—they play their last match against Wales in group F—their women finished their engagements in group F with emphatic triumphs over Wales (3-0), Malaysia (3-0) an

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Cuttack, July 17: India, as expected, made a grand start to their campaign in team championships and topped their groups to qualify for the Super Eight stage in both sections of the 21st Commonwealth Table Tennis Championships at the Jawaharlal Nehru Indoor Stadium here today.

 

The domination of India was such that they lost just two games—one by Sharath Kamal against Singapore’s and another by Ayhika Mukherjee against Chamathsara. But for th

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Cuttack, July 16: India may have got the toughest group opponents from among the teams participating in the 21st Commonwealth Table Tennis Championships, beginning at the Jawaharlal Nehru Indoor Stadium here from tomorrow. But team captain and ace paddler A. Sharth Kamal is more than confident that India will retain the Host Association’s Cup on Friday.

 

Sharath was not way off the mark when he talked about the draw as India are clubbed with Singap

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Cuttack, July 15: With less than 48 hours to go for the opening of the 21st Commonwealth Table Tennis Championships at the Jawaharlal Nehru Indoor Stadium here, the number of participating teams has come down to 12 apiece as their men and women will vie for the coveted Host Association’s Cup and India Cup, respectively.

 

The final list of nations that are competing here include Australia, Bangladesh, Cyprus, England, Malaysia, India, Sri Lanka, Nig

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