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    BIRMINGHAM, SEPT. 19.Pakistan held its nerves when it mattered the most at Edgbaston on Sunday to win its must-win Pool `C' contest against India by three wickets and qualify for the semifinals of the ICC-Champions Trophy here. Chasing 201 for ...

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    NEW DELHI, SEPT. 19. Vijay Kannan lived up to his name at last, as he beat Vinod Sridhar 7-5, 6-3 in the final of the Indian Oil $10,000 ITF men's Futures tennis tournament at the DLTA Complex here on Saturday. The 24-year-old had taken quite a ...

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    Anju finishes fourth
    MONACO, SEPT. 19.Long jumper Anju Bobby George missed out on a bronze medal by finishing fourth in the World athletics final here on Saturday. The event, where Anju registered a best jump of 6.61 metres, was again dominated by the three ...

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    Europe on verge of record rout
    BLOOMFIELD HILLS (MICHIGAN), SEPT. 19.Backed by the clutch performance from its English rookies and reliable play from Sergio Garcia and Lee Westwood, Europe put the United States in another huge hole on Saturday by taking an 11-5 lead in the ...

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    Sir, — It came as no surprise when awesome Federer beat the 2001 champion Hewitt to win his third Grand Slam title of the year, the only one to do so after Mats Wilander did it in 1988. With his flawless tennis, anyone aspiring to beat him ...

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