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Sports shorts: Bhullar wins Macao Open, Indian archers bag silver
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Sports shorts: Bhullar wins Macao Open, Indian archers bag silver

IMAGE: Gaganjeet Bhullar in action. Photograph: Paul Kane/Getty Images Gaganjeet Bhullar romped home to a three-shot victory at the Macao Open to bag his eighth Asian Tour golf title in Macau on Sunday.As a result, the Indian golfing ace etched his name on the trophy for the second time, having previously won the event in 2012.Bhullar (64-65-74-68) was unstoppable on the final day of the US $500,000 event as he brought in a card of three-under-68 to end up with a winning total of 13-under-271. Rediff.com, 1 month ago
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Golf: Randhawa shares lead in Manila, Lahiri in top-10 in Mexico

IMAGE: Jyoti Randhawa reacts after sinking a birdie. Photograph: Stanley Chou/Getty Images Jyoti Randhawa turned the clock back with a flawless 67, giving him a share of the lead after three rounds at the Resorts World Manila Masters in Manila, on Saturday.   Randhawa, an eight-time Asian Tour winner who last won the tour title in 2009, is now 15-under alongside Philippines' Miguel Tabuena (64).Adding to Indian hopes was defending champion, SSP Chawrasia (69) who just couldn't hole putts.
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Mirdha kidnapping case: Singh sentenced to life imprisonment

The ADJ court on Friday sentenced Harnek Singh to life imprisonment in the 22 year old Rajendra Mirdha abduction case. The sentence was delivered by judge of ADJ3 Pramod Kumar Malik. Harnek was convicted in the 22 year old abduction case on Thursday and the ...
 DNA1 month ago One convicted in Mirdha kidnapping case  DNA1 month ago
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Sports Shorts: Dunne wins British Masters

Dunne holds off McIlroy to win British Masters IMAGE: Paul Dunne of Ireland celebrates. Photograph: Ross Kinnaird/Getty Images Ireland’s Paul Dunne won his first European Tour title by edging Rory McIlroy into second place at the British Masters thanks to a nine-under-par 61 in Sunday’s final round. Dunne reached the turn in five-under but then suffered heavy pressure when McIlroy birdied five of the last seven holes at Close House. The 24-year-old Dunne did not buckle, though, and ...
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