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Cricket
Bangladesh's second innings in disarray
ST. LUCIA, JUNE 1. Bangladesh squandered a first-innings lead by losing six cheap wickets and leaving the West Indies in a match-winning position on a rain-shortened fourth day of the first cricket Test on Monday. The home team, resuming on ...

Other Stories

  • BPCA emerges champion
  • Central Zone sitting pretty
  • Musharib, Nasiruddin bowl well
  • Indian Airlines in semifinals
  • Facile win for Mysore (Chamundi)
  • Big win for Bharat Club
  • Easy for Subhania Club
  • Wellington CA scrapes through
  • Akhtar fit and available for Asia Cup
  • E.Co.R.S.A regains The Hindu Trophy
  • Decision on Kale likely today
  • Good outing for KIOC
  • Herons CC takes title
  • China to seek assistance from India
  • Rajdhani Club survives a scare
  • Sankar XI posts win
  • Gajuwaka Greens regains VDCA title

    Tennis
    Capriati overcomes Serena in a dramatic encounter
    PARIS, MAY 31. Serena and Venus Williams were knocked out of the French Open quarterfinals within 30 minutes of each other on Tuesday. Jennifer Capriati overcame an erroneous call by a linesman on match point and beat Serena 6-3, 2-6, 6-3 to ...

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  • Vikas blanks Siddharth
  • Qualifying phase completed
  • Karishma stands tall against Iciri
  • Divided loyalties for Clijsters
  • Zainab beats Samia

    Hockey
    Be confident that you can win: Sunil Dutt
    NEW DELHI, JUNE 1. The 26-member Indian hockey squad, leaving for USA tonight for an Olympic training-cum-competition trip, was given a warm send off here today with Sports Minister Sunil Dutt exhorting the players to restore lost glory. ``I ...

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  • HHA ready to host Test

    Football
    Punjab takes lead but match abandoned
    KOLKATA, JUNE 1.The first semifinal of the 13th National under-21 football championship, for the M. Dutta Roy, between Punjab and Goa was abandoned after 66 minutes of action as heavy rains and thunderstorm hit the venue, Jamalpur Railway Stadium ...

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  • Hat-trick by Trilok
  • Figo doesn't rule out change of heart
  • Sankar to officiate in Asian Cup finals

    Athletics
  • Individual title for Ranjithkumar

    Badminton
  • Hard-fought win for Nachiket

    Boxing
  • Akhil & Vijender get bronze
  • Team title for ATNK &K

    Carrom
  • Balamurugan & Sri Vidya triumph

    Chess
    Koneru Humpy hits back to draw even
    ELISTA, JUNE 1.Koneru Humpy struck when needed and forced Ekaterina Kovalevskaya to resign in 51 moves to level her two-game semifinal match in the women's world chess championship here on Tuesday. The other semifinal saw Bulgaria's Antoaneta ...

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  • Top players for National team event
  • Ramu wins
  • Ratnakaran upset

    Golf
    Balpreet on top
    NEW DELHI, JUNE 1.Balpreet Singh Ghuman shot a three-under 69 to lead the field in Category `A' (15-17 years) on the opening day of the Northern India juniors-sub juniors golf tournament at the Army Golf Course here on Tuesday. The tournament ...

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  • Dream start for Chowrasia
  • Less golf, more fishing for Nicklaus

    Sports : General
    Legends to be part of Sahara Sports Academy
    NEW DELHI, JUNE 1.Legends like Edwin Moses, Nadia Comaneci, Nawal el Moutawakel, Daley Thompson and Michael Johnson are to join Sahara Sports Academy as directors. Besides them, Sunil Gavaskar, Kapil Dev and Team India skipper Sourav Ganguly ...

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  • Athens Olympics: Ashwini pins hopes on Anju George
  • Steve Waugh Foundation launched
  • Majority of Olympic tickets still unsold

    World View
    Greene looks set to be fastest
    STANFORD: Maurice Greene looked ready to reclaim the title of world's fastest man, running a wind-aided 9.78 seconds to win the men's 100 meters at the Payton Jordan U.S. Open on Monday. There has only been one race faster under any ...

    Dalmiya's denial
    KOLKATA: The BCCI President Jagmohan Dalmiya on Monday denied any communication from the Indian Board to its South African counterpart that none of its cricketers would face any police action in connection with the match-fixing case, ...

    `Form will decide opening combination'
    Mumbai: The form of the day will decide whether batting maestro Sachin Tendulkar or skipper Sourav Ganguly will open with Virender Sehwag in the Asia Cup cricket tournament to be held in Sri Lanka, the captain of the Indian team said. ...

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  • Murali's Aussie tour decision later this week
  • Pankaj hopes to add Asian title to collection



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