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Tuesday, July 06, 2004
My attitude has remained the same: Kumble
CHENNAI, JULY 5. With more than 300 wickets in both forms of the game he is just three short of the 400-mark in Test cricket Anil Kumble is not just the country's match-winner but also its most successful spinner of all ...
Fleming leads Kiwis to easy win
BRISTOL, JULY 5. New Zealand beat England by four wickets in their Natwest Series game here on Sunday. Chasing the host's 237, the Kiwis, thanks to skipper Stephen Fleming's 99, won with more than two overs to spare. Stephen Fleming and Nathan ...
Federer digs deep to retain title
LONDON, JULY 5. The visionary architect with a genius for geometry donned a hard hat and blue overalls and went to work on the building site. It was quite an unusual sight. But, what the hell, Roger Federer got the job done, one way and then ...
Novak begins title defence with ease
GSTAAD, JULY 5.Jiri Novak began the defence of his Swiss Open title on Monday with a 6-3, 6-3 win over Argentina's Jose Acasuso in the opening round of the $544,750 clay-court event. With the victory, fourth-seeded Novak improved his record to ...
Vittal Reddy advances
HYDERABAD, JULY 5. M. Vittal Reddy of Andhra Pradesh defeated Statemate R. Rajesh 8-1 in the under-12 section of the opening round of the Nutrine Naturo sub-junior National tennis championships here on Monday.
Greek odyssey culminates in historic triumph
LISBON, JULY 5. It is an event to stun the whole football world into silence. Everyone except the Greeks, whose songs of triumph, launched into the Lisbon night, will surge on ceaselessly. The celebration of a cherished team who, with Angelos ...
Jishnu shocks Dinesh
CHENNAI, JULY 5. Up and coming Jishnu Sanyal, a Thane boy, caused a flutter on Monday when he ousted top-seeded T. Dinesh of Andhra Pradesh to enter the under-19 boys' singles final of the Krishna Khaitan memorial all-India junior badminton ...
Time India `A' got its act together
KOZHIKODE, JULY 5. It's not often that the Indians fail to make an impact in an international age-group chess tournament. The 10th Youth Chess Olympiad, which resumes at Taj Residency on Tuesday after a rest day, is proving to be an exception. ...
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