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    Angry Narain refutes Villeneuve's allegation
    London: Piqued by the barrage of criticism for using ``blocking tactics'' to stave off former world champion Jacques Villeneuve in the European Grand Prix, India's Narain Karthikeyan vowed to do the same again if required. Both Narain and ...

    Argentina qualifies for 2006 World Cup
    BUENOS AIRES: Argentina qualified for its ninth successive World Cup with a sweet 3-1 defeat of arch-rival Brazil on Wednesday. The Argentines joined Iran, Japan, Saudi Arabia and South Korea as the first nations to qualify for next year's ...

    South Korea and Iran book World Cup berths
    CHENNAI: The qualifiers are beginning to get spotted for the World Cup 2006 in Germany. The four Asian participants have been identified — Japan, Iran, Saudi Arabia and Korea Republic. Asia can have the fifth berth too but that depends on ...

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    `India will have to work as hard as Australia'
    CHENNAI: "I think the expectations placed on a coach are often misplaced. People need to understand a coach is limited by how much effort the players are willing to put in. You can do a lot of good things as a coach, but if the players don't ...

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    Easy win for Costal Club
    THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Costal Club recorded its first win in the Thiruvananthapuram district super division football league at the Central stadium here on Thursday. Costal Club crushed Keltron 7-2 after leading 3-0 at half-time. Simon struck a ...

    No problems for Valluvarnagar
    HYDERABAD: Valluvarnagar recorded a 3-0 win against Quli Qutub Shah Club in the Sachdev Sports Inter-summer camps football tournament at Trimulgherry Village Grounds here on Thursday. Anthony put VV Nagar ahead in the first-half. In the second ...

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    Sub-junior swimming from June 16
    THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The 22nd National Sub-junior swimming championships will be held at the Water Works Swimming pool from June 16 to 19. Addressing a press conference here on Thursday, the Kerala Aquatic Association president M. Vijayakumar said ...



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