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Thursday, September 02, 2004
England coasts to a comfortable victory
TRENT BRIDGE, SEPT 1. Propelled by Alex Wharf's incisive spell at the top and Steve Harmison's hat-trick at the end, the famed Indian batting line up lost its direction and displayed poor shot selection to end up in a heap of embarrassment on a ...
ITF Futures tournament from Sept. 6
HYDERABAD, SEPT. 1. The $10,000 International Tennis Federation (ITF) Futures tournament for men will be held for the first time at the Sports Authority of Andhra Pradesh Tennis Complex here from September 6 to 11, preceded by two days of ...
Double strike for Juventus in transfer market
ROME, SEPT. 1. Some expensive big names joined Italian Serie `A' clubs in the off-season despite one of the most austere transfer campaigns in years due to budgets in the red and bankruptcy worries. In the absence of big money, Italian club ...
Pumas takes honours
MADRID, SEPT. 1.Israel Castro struck a 70th-minute goal as Mexico's Pumas downed Real Madrid 1-0 to lift the Santiago Bernabeu Trophy on Tuesday. Pumas' excellent soccer gave it a deserved win in the 26th edition of the trophy, which has been ...
Vaishavi Sinha in the van
KODAIKANAL, SEPT. 1. With a round of 78 on the second day on Wednesday, Vaishavi Sinha jumped into sole lead with a gross of 153 in the gold division open event of the four-day Madras ladies golf championship being held at the Kodaikanal ...
Olympic heroes get a rousing reception
SYDNEY, SEPT. 1. Prime Minister John Howard basked in the glory of Australia's Olympians as the triumphant team arrived home from Athens on two chartered jets. Howard and Opposition Labour leader Mark Latham both made a giant hangar on ...
Racing : Horse
Champion jockey arrested in fixing probe
LONDON, SEPT. 1.Police probing alleged fixing of horse races said on Wednesday that they have arrested 16 people, including three jockeys and a trainer. [The BBC website identifies 37-year-old champion jockey Kieren Fallon, who has ridden 161 ...
Racing : Motor
Sorting out Schumacher's supremacy
SPA-FRANCORCHAMPS, SEPT. 1."It's beholden on us to raise our game, instead," said David Richards, the team director of BAR-Honda. "It's not for us to sit back and wait for Ferrari to make mistakes." Richards was speaking for much of the ...
Sports : General
Anil tries to clear the air
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 1. Discus thrower Anil Kumar explained his failure at the Athens Olympic Games on Wednesday and asserted that years of his dedication and efforts had gone waste because of an injury he suffered close to the qualifying round. ...
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