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Cricket
Harbhajan on the road again
CHENNAI, JULY 9. Even as he watched the climactic stages of the engrossing India-Australia Test series in Sydney early this year, tears streamed down Harbhajan Singh's cheeks. No, he was not at the venue. Rather he was following the action ...

Three hit centuries
CHENNAI, JULY 9. Dinesh Kaarthick (Globe Trotters), Pankaj Dharmani (India Pistons) and P. Jayachandra (Parry's) produced centuries on the second day of round two in the SPIC-TNCA first division league here on Friday. The ...

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  • Narrow win for Nizam College
  • Dream day for Ramachandran
  • Devender scalps four
  • Ganesh, Keshav shine
  • Big win for Sachin CC
  • D.G.C.A. Varma XI triumphs
  • Mysore (Brindavan) takes title

    Tennis
    Henman for Olympics
    LONDON, JULY 9. Tim Henman is heading to Athens after being confirmed as the only tennis entry from Great Britain for the Athens Olympics. Henman, a recipient of the OBE (Order of the British Empire) and a quarterfinalist at Wimbledon this ...

    Federer overcomes Karlovic
    GSTAAD, JULY 9.Top-ranked Roger Federer won a three-set match against Croatian Ivo Karlovic for the second time in two weeks on Friday to reach the quarterfinals of the 544,750 Swiss Open. Federer prevailed 6-7 (5), 6-3, 7-6 (4) on the red clay ...

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  • Aishwaryas to meet in under-12 final

    Hockey
    MEG trounces Kerala
    BANGALORE, JULY 9.Madras Engineering Group made an impressive entry into the V. Karunakaran & D.S. Murthy memorial inter-club hockey tournament with an overwhelming 9-0 victory over Kerala XI at the hockey stadium here on Friday. The Pool D ...

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  • Rajinder promises better show in Dusseldorf
  • Samuel slots five
  • IHF presents cash awards

    Football
    Brazil overcomes Chile
    AREQUIPA, JULY 9.Brazil and Paraguay scored in the waning moments of their opening Group `C' matches to each win 1-0 at the Copa America on Thursday. Luis Fabiano headed in an injury-time corner from Alex for Brazil to overcome Chile, and ...

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  • Indian Bank enters final
  • Brace by Bisht
  • Easy for SJIHS
  • Brace by Sakthivel
  • Bagan begins well
  • Dindigul in final

    Archery
  • Indian squad leaves for Turkey

    Athletics
    Top athletes for Ukraine, to miss Chennai meet
    NEW DELHI, JULY 9.The top athletes of the country who have qualified for the Athens Olympics will miss the final selection trials for the Games. Instead, they will be training in Ukraine for a second time in three months. They were at Kiev and ...

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  • Karnataka team for inter-State athletic meet

    Chess
    Adams wins third game
    TRIPOLI, JULY 9. Grandmaster Michael Adams of England struck back with vengeance crushing GM Rustam Kasimdzhanov of Uzbekistan in the third game of the final of the 17th world chess championship here on Thursday. Having lost the second game on ...

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  • Nassir pulls ahead
  • Three share lead

    Cycling
    O'Grady wins fifth stage
    CHARTRES, JULY 9. French champion Thomas Voeckler wrested the overall Tour de France lead from Lance Armstrong on Thursday, an honour the Texas cycling star willingly conceded — for now. Withstanding rain-doused roads and high winds, ...

    Karate
  • Strong representation from Coimbatore

    Olympic Games
    Sahara to sponsor Indian contingent
    NEW DELHI, JULY 9. The Indian contingent for the Athens Olympics will be sponsored by Sahara India. The Indian Olympic Association (IOA) and Sahara India announced this at a joint press conference here on Friday. The IOA President, Suresh ...

    Racing : Motor
    Karamjit cruises to comfortable lead
    ROTORUA (NEW ZEALAND), JULY 9.Gaining valuable seconds after every stage, Malaysia's Karamjit Singh accumulated a whopping lead of 2:18.7 minutes over arch-rival and nearest challenger Armen Kremer at the half-way mark of the Rally of Rotorua ...

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  • Barrichello, Raikkonen clock fastest times

    Shooting
  • Heartbreak for Amit Sanghi

    Sports : General
  • Nagarjuna clinches gold
  • Flame returns to Greece
  • APOA's memorandum to SAAP

    Swimming
  • SFI names 50 for camp

    Table Tennis
  • Samhita, Sanjeeva oust top seeds

    Volleyball
  • Carmel girls post wins
  • Indian team felicitated

    World View
  • Armstrong to skip Olympics
  • Bhutia to try out for Cyprus club
  • Hanif Mohammed's gesture
  • U.S. Open prize money up



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