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MUMBAI (Reuters) – An Indian squash player has taken the unusual step of putting his kidney up for sale to raise funds ahead of next month's South ...



Cricket is an obsession for many Indians and around 90 percent of advertising revenue targeted at sports goes to the country's most popular game, ...



India squash player, Ravi Dixit has not received support to take his game to the international level. ... "I have been playing squash for the last 10 years.



"I have been playing squash for the last 10 years. Even after ... He said he he was trying to scrape together money for his son's next game. "We are not ...



While going after a runaway ball, this squash player accidentally slammed hard into the glass wall and inadvertently shattered it into a thousand ...



While going after a runaway ball, this squash player accidentally slammed hard ... Guy Runs Into Wall Playing Squash 0:32 minutes | 2015-Sep-15



“I think that's the main goal and, whether or not it is a short or a long game, I just want to get in there, see the ball well and play my game. Annie played ...



Playing outstandingly, the emerging squash star, Khushal Riaz Khan ... the beginning, Khushal was ahead and easily beaten his rival in the first game.



Commissioner Rawalpindi Cup Squash ... Saddam took the first game 11-0 and second 11-7, but lost the third 10-12, before winning the fourth 11-8.



The only match to reach a fifth game against the Tigers was at No. 8 between Haravrd sophomore Seif Eleinen and Princeton freshman William Oon.


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