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Saturday, July 24, 2004
Lankan Lions storm into final
COLOMBO, JULY 23. Even as Alok Kapali lost his wicket to a terrible mix-up with Md. Ashraful, and
A battle within a battle
COLOMBO, JULY 23. When India and Pakistan lock horns in the day/night super-league encounter at the Premadasa Stadium on Sunday, in what is virtually a semifinal clash in the Indian Oil-Asia Cup 2004, it will see two old mates from Kent trying to ...
Aussie juniors to tour India from July 28
SYDNEY, JULY 23. The budding cricketers of Commonwealth Bank Centre of Excellence (CBCE) and Australian Institute of Sport (AIS) will tour India from July 28 to August 13. They will play two two-day matches and three one-dayers against the ...
Prabhat proves a point before losing
KOLKATA, JULY 23. The Indian challenge came to a predictable end in the individual Olympic round competition of the eighth World junior archery championship at Lilleshall (England) on Thursday. Only three out of the eight reached the round of 16 ...
Anand starts with a draw
DORTMUND, JULY 23. Draws were the order of the day as favourite Viswanathan Anand opened his campaign in the Dortmund Sparkassen chess meeting with a sedate 25-move deadlock in Closed Ruy Lopez against local interest Arkadij Naiditsch at the ...
Armstrong's march continues
LE GRAND-BORNAND (FRANCE), JULY 23. With an amazing final dash of speed, Lance Armstrong won the 17th stage of the Tour de France on Thursday, extending his overall lead as he marches toward a record sixth crown. The stage win was Armstrong's ...
Hunter makes a startling revelation
NEW YORK, JULY 23. The former husband of Olympic sprint champion Marion Jones told federal investigators that Jones was using banned performance-enhancing drugs when she won five medals at the 2000 Olympics in Sydney, The San Francisco ...
Winning the race to be ready
ATHENS, JULY 23. Defying predictions the Games look like being on time. The award of them to Athens may have turned the hair of some senior members of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) white, brought the possibility of international ...
Racing : Motor
No stopping Chinese brigade
NEW DELHI, JULY 23. The unranked trio of Liu Shiwen, Ding Ning and Feng Yalan made a mockery of the seeding list, and gate-crashed into the girls' singles semifinals of the Asian junior table tennis championship here. On a day when all Indians ...
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