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    Cricket
    Indians keen to get back to form
    SOUTHAMPTON, SEPT. 10.Ahead of its match against Kenya, followed by the group decider against Pakistan, the Indian team management claims this is the best possible attack that India could have assembled for the Champions Trophy. Of course, with ...

    CAB to meet MRF
    HYDERABAD, SEPT. 10. Cricket Association of Bengal (CAB) recorded a five-wicket win over Hyderabad and will take on MRF in the final of the All-India Coromandel King Moin-ud-Dowla invitation cricket tournament here. In the semifinal, MRF ...

    Telecast issue: final word yet to be heard
    MUMBAI, SEPT. 10. The last word has still not been said on the issue of the Board of Control for Cricket in India's live television and radio broadcasting rights of international matches to be played in India from September 2004 to August 2008. ...

    Bhandari replaces injured Balaji
    SOUTHAMPTON, SEPT. 10. L. Balaji will return home after failing to recover from an abdomen injury. Announcing this ahead of the Champions Trophy match against Kenya, Indian captain Sourav Ganguly said the team management had sought a replacement ...

    Rain plays spoilsport, play to resume today
    BIRMINGHAM, SEPT. 10. It rained for three hours. Then England reigned for three hours. Then more rain as England reached 198 for five in 38 overs that means the two sides return tomorrow to complete this game. Situation normal you might think for ...

    Other Stories

  • Ganguly exudes confidence
  • Mammoth target for U.S.
  • PSNA college wins
  • LAJC in semifinals
  • Rajeev sparkles
  • Githumon shines

    Tennis
    Johansson sends Roddick packing
    NEW YORK, SEPT. 10.Defending champion Andy Roddick was surprisingly bounced out of the U.S. Open, beaten 6-4, 6-4, 3-6, 2-6, 6-4 by big-serving Swede Joachim Johansson in a pulsating quarterfinal. After being outgunned and outplayed for the ...

    Other Stories

  • Paes and Rikl lose in final
  • Ajay Ramaswami falls in the semifinals
  • KSLTA drops WTA event for 2004
  • Ilakkiya knocks out Sansitha
  • Sania in semifinals

    Hockey
  • Big win for Infosys/Progeon

    Football
  • Mohsin at the helm
  • BEL holds KSP
  • DTDC Agragami records win
  • ICF in final

    Athletics
  • Pramila keeps her promise, wins long jump

    Badminton
  • Nehwal, Murgunde in last eight
  • Aparna top seed

    Basketball
  • Vishnu sparkles
  • Christ College, SBMJC clinch titles

    Chess
  • Kasimdzhanov, Nisipeanu still on top

    Golf
  • Maiden pro title for Shiv Kapur
  • Hussain wins title

    Racing : Horse
    Roanoke in great heart
    HYDERABAD, SEPT. 11.Roanoke, who is in great heart, may complete a double in the Madras Race Club Cup (1,800m), the main event of today's races here. False rails (width about 3 mts from 1,400m to 450m) will be in ...

    Shooting
    Three new meet marks set
    COIMBATORE, SEPT. 10. Three new meet records were set and two equalled on day five of the 14th all-India G.V. Mavlankar shooting championship at the Coimbatore Rifle Club shooting range here today. The best effort of the day was Anil Kavi's ...

    Sports : General
  • Japan mauls India
  • State senior aquatic meet
  • Assumption, Nirmala bag titles

    Swimming
    CRPF shatters National medley relay record
    NEW DELHI, SEPT. 10. Elvis Ali Hazarika anchored the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) to a new National record in the 4x100m medley relay, after Amar Muralidharan had provided a huge lead in the butterfly leg, in the 53rd all-India police ...

    Table Tennis
  • Spurthi outlasts Vilasika

    Volleyball
    India beats China, finishes fifth
    DOHA, SEPT. 10. India put up a good show to beat China 25-21, 25-15, 25-20 in the 12th Asian junior men's volleyball championship at the Khalifa complex here on Friday. On Thursday, holder Iran entered the final with a 25-17, 21-25, 25-22, ...

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  • KGWC clinches title
  • Meenakshi College emerges champion

    Weightlifting
    Rani rewrites record
    MUMBAI, SEPT. 10. The 19-year-old Inu Rani caught the attention in the State Bank of India National junior (Under-20) weightlifting meet at the Andheri Sports Complex on Thursday, lifting a record aggregate of 192.5-kg in the 63-kg category. ...



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