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Sportstar, October 18, 2014 Issue

From the ring to the silver screen, Mary's story has been a compelling one. While her performances have boosted Indian sports in many ways, her life as a whole has also motivated millions to go for their dreams, writes Y. B. Sarangi in our cover story. Also: Asian Games - Chinks in the Chinese armour?; India - Overall not a bad show; Hockey - New hope or false dawn?; Football - Get set, goal. Poster: POOVAMMA,TINTU,MANDEEP & PRIYANKA
Pages: 58
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Sportstar, October 11, 2014 Issue

Long years of training in squash are finally paying off for India, writes Stan Rayan in our cover story. Also: Incheon Diary - Dutt's the hero; Cricket - 'Çhucking' back in the news; Football - Friend-turned-foe; Delph can surely expect more England call-ups; Carrom - Super striker Srinivas! Poster: YOGESHWAR DUTT
Pages: 58
Size: 5.64 MB
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Sportstar, October 4, 2014 Issue

The ICC, at last, appears to have its heart in the right place with regard to 'chucking.''Yet, it has to do a lot more about a process that is porous, writes S. Dinakar in our cover story. Also: Asian Games: Squash - Dipika proves a point; Pistol - Jitu Rai, the giant killer. Football - Blind blends well; Poster: JITU RAI
Pages: 58
Size: 6.62 MB
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Sportstar, September 27, 2014 Issue

Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer have witnessed tough times but it's hard to claim with conviction that they're experiencing irreversible decline. Their biggest threats are still expected to be Novak Djokovic and Andy Murray. For now, the kings are alive and well, writes Priyansh in our cover story. Also: Cricket - Interview with Mithali Raj; Football - Gerrard relishing a return; Chess - The Carlsen consent. Poster: MARIN CILIC
Pages: 58
Size: 5.35 MB
Price: Rs. 25.00
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