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Friday, July 30, 2004
Pakistan wins inconsequential match
COLOMBO, JULY 29. As much as Pakistan and Bangladesh would want to forget their inconsequential Indian Oil-Asia Cup 2004 super-league day/night contest, Mohammed Sami dragged it into record books, with what is largely believed to be the single ...
Trescothick hits century
BIRMINGHAM, JULY 29. Marcus Trescothick played the strangest innings as he scored a century before tea at the start of the second Test. For the first hour and a quarter he was the Trescothick we have learned to love; standing tall, crashing the ...
I still feel young: Vaas
COLOMBO, JULY 29. Chaminda Vaas looked at peace with the world, skimming through a magazine at the Taj Samudra coffee shop. The six days of rest has obviously done him a world of good. He didn't play in the second-phase day/night match against ...
Tendulkar predicts an interesting battle
COLOMBO, JULY 29. Indian batting star Sachin Tendulkar expects the Indian Oil-Asia Cup 2004 day/night final against Sri Lanka at the R. Premadasa Stadium on August 1 to be an interesting battle. Speaking to pressmen on Thursday afternoon, after ...
Federer advances, seven seeds lose
TORONTO, JULY 29. Top-seeded Roger Federer, defending champion Andy Roddick, Lleyton Hewitt, Carlos Moya and Tim Henman advanced to the second round of the US$2.5 million Masters Canada and left behind seven beaten seeds on Wednesday. Among ...
Kozhikode girls make it four in a row
KOCHI, JULY 29. Aparna Balan, the Indian girls' No. 1, revealed a bit of her naughty side as she led Kozhikode to the team title in the Kerala State junior badminton championship at the Rajiv Gandhi indoor stadium here on Thursday evening. ...
Billiards & Snooker
Magesh shares second spot
BIEL, JULY 29. International Master P. Magesh Chandran defeated ninth seed Michael Roiz to reach 6.5 points after nine rounds of the Biel Masters chess tournament here on Wednesday. The victory earned Magesh a clash with the top seed Mikhail ...
A financial drain of Olympic proportions
ATHENS, JULY 29.The bidders spend lavishly and make costly promises. The winning city opens the vault to build stadiums, venues and villages that may have questionable value after the Games. Local commerce is disrupted for years. Then there are ...
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