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Vaas makes early dent in Indian batting

Sri Lanka's most experienced left-arm seamer Chaminda Vaas struck twice in his first spell to have India in some sort of trouble at 90 for two wickets at the end of what was technically the first day of the first cricket Test match played at the Chiddambaram Stadium here today.

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Singer powers women's Asia Cup

National sponsors for Sri Lanka women's cricket, Singer is powering the mega event of the Tri-nation series for the Asia Cup in Karachi Lahore, Pakistan from December 26, 2005 to January 5, 2006 between Pakistan, India and Sri Lanka with an extended invitation for Bangladesh to debut if they are ready to do so.

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