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Friday, July 16, 2004
Ganguly's men mean business
DAMBULLA, JULY 15. Sourav Ganguly can be very articulate if he chooses to be. It is not often that he speaks his mind. On Thursday, one realised immediately that the Indian cricket captain meant business when he said, "I don't believe in tags ...
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Throwing an emotional and controversial part
Harbhajan Singh's return to the fray is welcome news and a reminder of the journey upon which sport takes its practitioners. Already in his brief career the young spinner has known triumph and misfortune, valour and villainy. Enormously to his ...
NEW DELHI, JULY 15.Tripti Khot's all-round performance (four for nine and 15 not out) steered Maharashtra to a thumping 10-wicket win against Orissa in a league match in the National sub-junior women's cricket championship ...
Rusedski enters quarterfinals
LOS ANGELES, JULY 15. Britain's Greg Rusedski, Germany's Nicolas Kiefer, American Mardy Fish, and Cyril Saulnier of France advanced to the quarterfinals of the Mercedes-Benz Cup tennis tournament on Wednesday. Rusedski ran his winning streak ...
Lenin overcomes Binoy
KOCHI, JULY 15. Kerala's C.C. Lenin (Kzde) overcame a first set loss to defeat compatriot P.V. Binoy (Thsr) 9-15, 15-10, 15-13 and enter the boys' under-19 singles third round in the fourth Servo RSC Play for Gold South India Open badminton ...
Casey, Levet share lead after Els stumbles
TROON, JULY 15.British Open favourite Ernie Els charged into an early lead at Royal Troon before slipping back with a late double-bogey in the first round on Thursday. The South African had to settle for a two-under-par 69 in bright, calm ...
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Winning, the most important thing: Sunil Dutt
NEW DELHI, JULY 15. "Winning is the most important thing,'' said the Union Sports Minister, Sunil Dutt, on Thursday as he wished a small group of athletes success at the Athens Olympic Games. Mr. Dutt's line on "winning'', though not really the ...
Indians made to sweat
BANGALORE, JULY 15. The Indian Youth team had it in it to put it across the Uzbekistan National team to win a tight contest at 3-2 in the third of the five scheduled volleyball `Test' matches. The SAI Indoor facility at Kengeri saw the Russia ...
Torri Edwards tests positive
SACRAMENTO (California): Torri Edwards, the second-place finisher in the women's 100 metres in the U.S. Olympic track and field trials, has tested positive for a banned stimulant, the sport's governing body said on Thursday. Edwards tested ...
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