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It's England's turn to play chin music
Celebrations of England's historic victory in the Caribbean have been tinged with a surprising undertone of regret. There's been little gloating over the old enemy's current discomforts, which would certainly not have been the case had the enemy ...

Salwan Boys regains title
MUMBAI, APRIL 24.Salwan Boys High School, New Delhi, defeated DAV School by seven wickets on Saturday to regain the title in the Parle inter-city Champions Trophy. The defending champion lost just three wickets while overhauling the Amritsar ...

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  • West Indies opts to bat
  • Team may have to look for a wicketkeeper-batsman: Dravid
  • IOB `A' is champion
  • ZCU forced to select second string team again
  • Shailender, Srinath shine
  • Token appearance by Sehwag
  • Easy for Sonnet Club
  • Good knock by Ajay
  • Pakistan players lack spirit: Tauqir Zia
  • West Indies 57 for 2

    Tennis
    Somdev Dev Varman gets T.K. Ramanathan Award
    CHENNAI, APRIL 24.Somdev Dev Varman was presented with the 2003-04 T.K. Ramanathan Award at the Tamil Nadu Tennis Association's Annual Day celebration at the Nungambakkam SDAT Stadium on Saturday. The award, worth Rs. 30,000, was presented by ...

    Coria to meet Schuettler
    MONTE CARLO, APRIL 24.Guillermo Coria reached his second straight final at the $2.91 million Monte Carlo Masters on Saturday, beating Marat Safin 6-4, 1-6, 6-3. Coria will take on Rainer Schuettler in the final on Sunday. The fourth-seeded German ...

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  • Venus helps U.S. draw level
  • End of the road for India
  • Vikram meets Sohan in final
  • Rain washes out matches

    Hockey
    India wins a close match again
    SYDNEY, APRIL 24. The Aussies lacked their usual effervescence in hammering Malaysia for the second time as the final set of matches in the league part of the four-nation hockey challenge ended this afternoon at the Olympic Park. At the end of ...

    India mauls Bangladesh, enters semifinals
    KARACHI, APRIL 24. World junior champion India and defending champion South Korea cruised into the semifinals of the fifth junior Asia Cup hockey tournament after registering their third successive league wins here today. India romped home ...

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  • AGAP downs SBI

    Football
  • DGACR, AGTN in last four
  • Tollygunge Agragami holds Salgaocar SC

    Basketball
    Impressive win for Port Trust
    DINDIGUL, APRIL 24. Port Trust, Tuticorin, last year's runner-up, which beat Hindustan Basketball Club, Chennai 77-70 on Friday night, registered another impressive 74-59 victory over Armed Police, Chennai for its second win in the semi-final ...

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  • IBBC rallies to down Greens

    Chess
    Satyapragyan shocks Zurab Sturua
    DUBAI, APRIL 24 International Master S. Satyapragyan scored a sensational victory over Grandmaster Zurab Sturua of Georgia in the fifth round while of Dubai International chess championship here. The Indian Grandmasters had mixed results in ...

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  • Premnath joins in lead
  • Nimmy clinches title
  • State `A' tournament from today

    Cycling
  • Armstrong stays ahead

    Golf
  • Three share lead
  • Morgan ties course record
  • Harinder triumphs

    Racing : Motor
    The top ten
    1. Jenson Button (1:19.753), 2. Michael Schumacher (1:20.011), 3. Juan Pablo Montoya (1:20.212), 4. Rubens Barrichello (1:20.451), 5. Ralf Schumacher (1:20.538), 6. Fernando Alonso (1:20.895), 7. Takuma Sato (1:20.913), 8. Mark Webber (1:20.921), ...

    Deepak, Armaan, Karan take honours
    COIMBATORE, APRIL 24.Deepak Chinnappa (Bangalore), Armaan Ebrahim (Chennai) and Karan Goenka (Bangalore) kept their cool right through to emerge champions of the JK Tyre Rotax Max Challenge Indian series, organised by LG Sports and Spitfire ...

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  • Sidhu maintains lead

    Shooting
  • Dismal show by Mansher

    Sports : General
  • MCH camps inaugurated
  • Kannur boys in final



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