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Landlord charged after Delhi block collapses killing 66

There were plenty of people like Malti Haldal, hoping against the odds even as they worsened every hour. Emergency teams had recovered the body of her daughter, but her husband and granddaughter were still missing. She was clinging to the belief that even now, as the grey of evening slipped over the city, they might be pulled from the rubble alive. "I don't know what I'm going to do," Mrs Haldal, 50, said, sobbing. "I just have to wait to know about the others."

Scores killed in Indian building collapse

Rescuers dug with their hands today to pull survivors and bodies from a building that collapsed in New Delhi, killing at least 64 people and leaving scores injured.

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Glasgow pledges 'sport-focused' event for 2014 after troubled run-up in India

The clock is ticking. The Commonwealth Games show was packing up and leaving town yesterday, the host nation proclaiming it a resounding success after the 12-day extravaganza managed to reach a conclusion without being struck by any of the major catastrophes that the shambolic run-up seemed to presage.

Troubled Commonwealth Games draw to a close

Now it is Glasgow's turn to play host to the Commonwealth after Delhi's much-derided Games ended in a lavish display of the best of India.

Reformed Vallily 'can add 2012' to gold in Delhi

Simon Vallily has had many trials in his 25-year-old life, and caused a good deal of tribulation. In his teens he was a trialist with Middlesbrough Football Club. At 20, he was tried and convicted of a vicious, unprovoked knife attack and sentenced to four years in a young offenders' institution.

England win lawn bowls gold

Natalie Melmore struck gold in the women's lawn bowls singles final in Delhi today.

Rebecca Adlington: 'In India I just felt selfish. I'll never moan again'

The double gold-winner tells Chris McGrath how the poverty in Delhi put an upset stomach firmly into perspective

Tom Daley and Max Brick win diving gold in Delhi

Tom Daley and Max Brick delivered gold for England in the diving on Day Nine of the Commonwealth Games in Delhi.

Khan wins bronze madal for Pakistan

Haroon Khan will climb on the podium in the Talkatora Stadium in Delhi on Wednesday night convinced the bronze medal he will receive following his bantamweight semi-final defeat here tonight should have been won under the flag of St George.

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