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Border Security Force (BSF) soldiers ride their camels as they rehearse for the "Beating the Retreat" ceremony in New Delhi January 27, 2015. REUTERS/Ahmad Masood

"Beating The Retreat" Rehearsals

Rehearsals are on for "Beating the Retreat" ceremony which symbolises retreat after a day on the battlefield, and marks the official end of the Republic Day celebrations.  Slideshow 

Oct 4 (Infostrada Sports) - Scores from the European Tour Dunhill Links Championship at the par-72 course on Thursday in St Andrews 
60 Branden Grace (South Africa)       60 
62 Victor Dubuisson (France)          62 
63 Thorbjorn Olesen (Denmark)         63 
64 Alexander Noren (Sweden)           64 
   Fredrik Andersson Hed (Sweden)     64 
   Ashley Hall (Australia)            64 
65 Anton Haig (South Africa)          65 
   Jamie Donaldson (Britain)          65 
   Joel Sjoeholm (Sweden)             65 
   Thongchai Jaidee (Thailand)        65 
   Richie Ramsay (Britain)            65 
66 Oliver Fisher (Britain)            66 
   Tommy Fleetwood (Britain)          66 
   Danny Willett (Britain)            66 
   David Drysdale (Britain)           66 
   Alejandro Canizares (Spain)        66 
   Magnus Carlsson (Sweden)           66 
   Richard Sterne (South Africa)      66 
67 Andrea Pavan (Italy)               67 
   Danny Denison (Britain)            67 
   Kristoffer Broberg (Sweden)        67 
   Oliver Wilson (Britain)            67 
   Michael Campbell (New Zealand)     67 
   Lee Slattery (Britain)             67 
   Gregory Havret (France)            67 
   Richard Bland (Britain)            67 
   Stephen Gallacher (Britain)        67 
   Pablo Martin (Spain)               67 
   Rikard Karlberg (Sweden)           67 
68 Anthony Wall (Britain)             68 
   Scott Jamieson (Britain)           68 
   Fabrizio Zanotti (Paraguay)        68 
   Craig Lee (Britain)                68 
   Thomas Bjorn (Denmark)             68 
   Dylan Frittelli (South Africa)     68 
   James Kingston (South Africa)      68 
   Jorge Campillo (Spain)             68 
   Graeme Storm (Britain)             68 
   Simon Khan (Britain)               68 
   Joost Luiten (Netherlands)         68 
   Benjamin Hebert (France)           68 
69 Raphael Jacquelin (France)         69 
   Jose Manuel Lara (Spain)           69 
   Richard Finch (Britain)            69 
   Paul Waring (Britain)              69 
   Sam Little (Britain)               69 
   Soren Kjeldsen (Denmark)           69 
   Damien McGrane (Ireland)           69 
   Matthew Baldwin (Britain)          69 
   Chris Wood (Britain)               69 
   Shane Lowry (Ireland)              69 
   Gary Boyd (Britain)                69 
   Bradley Dredge (Britain)           69 
   George Murray (Britain)            69 
   Estanislao Goya (Argentina)        69 
   Lorenzo Gagli (Italy)              69 
   Alex Cejka (Germany)               69 
70 Gonzalo Fernandez-Castano (Spain)  70 
   Kieran Pratt (Australia)           70 
   Ross Fisher (Britain)              70 
   Steve Webster (Britain)            70 
   Andy Sullivan (Britain)            70 
   Peter Whiteford (Britain)          70 
   Martin Kaymer (Germany)            70 
   Peter Lawrie (Ireland)             70 
   Emiliano Grillo (Argentina)        70 
   Josh Geary (New Zealand)           70 
   Gary Lockerbie (Britain)           70 
   Anders Hansen (Denmark)            70 
   Marc Warren (Britain)              70 
   Gregory Bourdy (France)            70 
   Rich Beem (U.S.)                   70 
   David Lynn (Britain)               70 
   James Morrison (Britain)           70 
   Keith Horne (South Africa)         70 
71 Graham DeLaet (Canada)             71 
   Thomas Levet (France)              71 
   Richard Green (Australia)          71 
   Richard McEvoy (Britain)           71 
   Christian Nilsson (Sweden)         71 
   Andrew Dodt (Australia)            71 
   Matteo Manassero (Italy)           71 
   Maarten Lafeber (Netherlands)      71 
   Phillip Price (Britain)            71 
   Louis Oosthuizen (South Africa)    71 
   Ricardo Gonzalez (Argentina)       71 
   Robert Coles (Britain)             71 
   Julien Quesne (France)             71 
   Christiaan Basson (South Africa)   71 
   Niclas Fasth (Sweden)              71 
   Jbe Kruger (South Africa)          71 
   Adam Crawford (Australia)          71 
   Colin Montgomerie (Britain)        71 
   Shiv Kapur (India)                 71 
   Romain Wattel (France)             71 
   Brett Rumford (Australia)          71 
   Darren Fichardt (South Africa)     71 
   Padraig Harrington (Ireland)       71 
   Edoardo Molinari (Italy)           71 
   George Coetzee (South Africa)      71 
   David Howell (Britain)             71 
   Terry Pilkadaris (Australia)       71 
   Nick Cullen (Australia)            71 
   Robert Rock (Britain)              71 
   Michael Hoey (Britain)             71 
   Richard Johnson (Sweden)           71 
   Jean-Baptiste Gonnet (France)      71 
72 Matthew Griffin (Australia)        72 
   Thomas Aiken (South Africa)        72 
   Mikko Ilonen (Finland)             72 
   Johan Edfors (Sweden)              72 
   Gary Orr (Britain)                 72 
   Pat Perez (U.S.)                   72 
   Peter Hanson (Sweden)              72 
   Ricardo Santos (Portugal)          72 
   Paul Casey (Britain)               72 
   Miles Tunnicliff (Britain)         72 
   Tjaart Van der Walt (South Africa) 72 
   Rhys Davies (Britain)              72 
   Pablo Larrazabal (Spain)           72 
   Mark Foster (Britain)              72 
   Dustin Johnson (U.S.)              72 
   Simon Thornton (Ireland)           72 
   Michael Jonzon (Sweden)            72 
   Jaco Van Zyl (South Africa)        72 
   Hennie Otto (South Africa)         72 
73 David Horsey (Britain)             73 
   Ernie Els (South Africa)           73 
   Henrik Stenson (Sweden)            73 
   Mohammad Siddikur (Bangladesh)     73 
   Miguel Angel Jimenez (Spain)       73 
   David Gleeson (Australia)          73 
   Ignacio Garrido (Spain)            73 
   Pariya Junhasavasdikul (Thailand)  73 
   Knut Borsheim (Norway)             73 
   Martin Laird (Britain)             73 
   Bernd Wiesberger (Austria)         73 
   Gareth Maybin (Britain)            73 
   Simon Dyson (Britain)              73 
74 Peter O'Malley (Australia)         74 
   Peter Hedblom (Sweden)             74 
   Rafael Cabrera-Bello (Spain)       74 
   Himmat Rai (India)                 74 
   Felipe Aguilar (Chile)             74 
   Kenneth Ferrie (Britain)           74 
   Matthew Zions (Australia)          74 
   Carlos Del Moral (Spain)           74 
   Alastair Forsyth (Britain)         74 
   Robert-Jan Derksen (Netherlands)   74 
   Allan Versfeld (South Africa)      74 
   Mathias Groenberg (Sweden)         74 
75 Oscar Floren (Sweden)              75 
   Charl Schwartzel (South Africa)    75 
   Andreas Harto (Denmark)            75 
   Rohan Blizard (Australia)          75 
   Paul Lawrie (Britain)              75 
   Markus Brier (Austria)             75 
   Shaun Micheel (U.S.)               75 
   Darren Clarke (Britain)            75 
   Andrew Marshall (Britain)          75 
76 Tom Gillis (U.S.)                  76 
   Paul McGinley (Ireland)            76 
77 Tom Lewis (Britain)                77 
   Marcel Siem (Germany)              77 
   Alvaro Quiros (Spain)              77 
78 Federico Colombo (Italy)           78 
   Ryan Haller (Australia)            78 
83 Martin Wiegele (Austria)           83
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