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    Cricket
    Easy victory for Pakistan
    AMSTELVEEN, AUG. 21. It was India's slackness in the climactic stages of the Pakistan innings, which marked the decisive point in the inaugural match of the Videocon tri-series at the picturesque VRA ground here on Saturday. In a contest reduced ...

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  • West Indies' dreams end at the Oval
  • Gaurav stars in Punjab Colts' win
  • Shepherd non-committal on ICC experiment
  • Tendulkar out of the tournament
  • SBT `B' lifts title
  • Army School rides on Shivraj's century
  • Tumkur, Dharwad take points for first-innings leads
  • 28-run win for LCA
  • CAB scores 278
  • Sri Harsha scalps five
  • Sri Lanka wins a thriller
  • India `A' triumphs

    Tennis
    Gold for Henin-Hardenne
    ATHENS, AUG. 21. Justine Henin-Hardenne won the women's singles gold beating second-seeded Amelie Mauresmo of France 6-3, 6-3 in just over an hour and 15 minutes here on Saturday night. The victory after an entertaining exhibition of power-play ...

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  • Ajay and Akshita triumph
  • Karishma ousts Samrita
  • Agassi in last four
  • Zainab wins title

    Football
  • EB, Sporting win; Bagan held
  • M.J. Engg. College makes final
  • Raisina Sporting posts win

    Athletics
  • Natasha, Richard take honours

    Badminton
  • Bhargavi-Shailaja post win

    Chess
  • Sorokin moves ahead
  • Puravi shocks Saimeera
  • Harikrishna, Ramesh split point
  • Sandeep, Adilakshmi take titles

    Olympic Games
    Paes, Bhupathi lose a marathon
    ATHENS, AUG. 21. It was an epic, nevertheless disappointing, contest for Leander Paes and Mahesh Bhupathi. The crack Indian combination failed to capitalise on the numerous opportunities to win the doubles bronze, and was pipped at the post 6-7 ...

    Pinsent pockets gold in photo finish
    SCHINIAS (GREECE), AUG. 21.Britain's Matthew Pinsent won the fourth Olympic gold of his career on Saturday when his four boat came back over the last 500 metres to beat Canada in a photo finish. When the scoreboard at last showed Britain on ...

    Kenenisa Bekele wins gold with new record
    ATHENS, AUG. 21. Kenenisa Bekele extended Ethiopian dominance in distance running by winning the 10,000 metres gold medal in an Olympic record time of 27:05.10 on Friday night and also eclipsed compatriot Haile Gebrselassie's 1996 Atlanta record ...

    I am innocent: Chanu
    NEW DELHI, AUG. 21.Tainted lifter Sanamacha Chanu, who was stripped of her fourth place in the 53-kg class after testing positive for furosemide, told newspersons at the airport, vehemently put forth her defence and said, "someone mixed some ...

    Rathore arrives home to a hearty welcome
    NEW DELHI, AUG. 21. Winning the silver at the Olympics may have changed his life forever, but Maj. Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore says he would prefer to continue living a quiet life. "I am feeling great because the entire country is happy about my ...

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  • Debatable decisions mar India's chance of a medal
  • Hackett wins in record time
  • Drugs found at Greek coach's office
  • Gymnastics judges suspended but results stand
  • Russia in last eight
  • Brazil in last eight
  • Iraq in semifinals
  • Indians bow out
  • Fire at mountain bike venue

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  • TN wins chess title

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  • Vikasa School dominates

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  • Angelo Purathur takes title



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