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    Cricket
    England on a roll
    LONDON, AUG. 18. Andrew Strauss, an unsung left-handed Middlesex opening batsman when he received a late call-up after Michael Vaughan, the England captain, was injured at the nets just before the first Test against New Zealand at Lord's in May, ...

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  • Shyam Ponnappa slams century
  • President's XI well placed
  • Innings win for East Godavari
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  • Odumbe banned

    Tennis
  • Agassi defeats Goldstein
  • Rajas Khakar advances
  • Akshita stuns Shivika

    Hockey
  • Airlines beats SBI

    Football
    Can India perform an encore?
    KOLKATA, AUG. 18. The Indian football team left for Vietnam on Wednesday, hoping to regain the LG Cup it won in 2002. The 20-member squad, led by Baichung Bhutia, had a two-week stint at the SAI Eastern Centre here under coach Stephen ...

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  • East Bengal drubs Peerless
  • Figo retires
  • Arul FC posts win

    Athletics
  • BSC, St. George's take titles
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    Badminton
  • Aneesh, Jason in final
  • Bhargava-Sai triumph

    Basketball
  • St. Xavier's in last four
  • Pro-Tec enters final
  • St. Britto's emerges champion

    Billiards & Snooker
    Manan is champion
    KOLKATA, AUG. 18. Manan Chandra of Delhi won the snooker selection tournament, beating Punjab's Alok Kumar by six frames to three, at the SAI (Eastern Centre) here on Wednesday. The scoreline was 80-23, 72-41, 63-14, 40-74, 13-65, 20-89(53, 33), ...

    Chess
  • Humpy draws first blood
  • Harikrishna makes easy draw

    Cycling
  • Nityanand wins

    Golf
  • A big perk for 84 Lumber players
  • Aditya, Manav move ahead

    Olympic Games
    Sad end to Malleswari's campaign
    ATHENS, AUG. 18. In a shocking display, India's medal hope in women's weightlifting, Karnam Malleswari, did not finish even her first lift in snatch and went out of the 63kg competition here this evening leaving her supporters in a daze. ...

    Bahadur's pathetic show
    ATHENS, AUG. 18.After that euphoric evening provided by the gallant shooter Rajyavardhan Rathore and the spectacular goals by the hockey team, the flop show of Indian athletics began at the sacred precincts of Mount Olympia where shot putter ...

    Bhardwaj realises a dream
    ATHENS, AUG. 18.A cheque for $25,000 from Baywatch actress Pamela Anderson spurred Mohini Bhardwaj to capture an Olympic silver medal with the American women's gymnastics team at the Olympic Games on Tuesday. Earlier this year, Bhardwaj ...

    Romania's reign continues
    ATHENS, AUG. 18.A combination of Romania's superiority and American mistakes gave the eastern European country a gold medal on Tuesday in women's team gymnastics at the Athens Olympics. The American miscues were minor — ...

    Samsung's award for Rathore
    CHENNAI, AUG. 18.Major Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore will receive a Rs. 10 lakh cash award, for his silver-medal winning effort, from Samsung, the official sponsor of the Indian contingent to the Olympics. He will be the first recipient of the ...

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  • China's unbeaten run continues
  • Rhode on target
  • Reena Kumari also bows out
  • Diwakar advances; Akhil Kumar out
  • Shikha sinks
  • Kunjarani to move up a place

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  • Easy win for Loyola



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