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Monday, September 06, 2004
Face-saving victory for India
LORD'S, SEPT. 5.Making the most of a complacent England, India drew on its strength, and put up its best display of the England tour thus far, to inflict a defeat on the home team. Lord's inspired the Indians as England suffered a defeat in the ...
ICC names individual award after Sobers
LONDON, SEPT. 5. The International Cricket Council (ICC) decided to name the most prestigious individual award after the greatest all-rounder of all time, Sir Garfield Sobers. The governing body formally announced that the ICC ``Player of the ...
Pierce shatters Sharapova's hopes
NEW YORK, SEPT. 5. Maria Sharapova's drive to win another Grand Slam title was dashed when the Wimbledon champion lost to Mary Pierce 4-6, 6-2, 6-3 in the third round of the U.S. Open on Saturday. The 17-year-old Russian lost the final five ...
Sutovsky surges ahead
PUNE, SEPT. 5. The World junior meet and European championship are among the most prestigious tournaments in chess. And Emil Sutovsky has won both of them. Not at all surprising, as Abhijit Kunte and Krishnan Sasikiran would tell you. The ...
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