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    England too hot for Australia
    SOUTHAMPTON: Until Monday night the Ashes fever sweeping England was under control; after England's victory by the huge margin of 100 runs in the Twenty20 International against its old enemy Australia it is a major epidemic. In the pubs and ...

    Tania Sachdev joins WGM club
    NEW DELHI: Tania Sachdev completed the formalities of becoming a Woman Grandmaster (WGM) when she made her final norm by drawing the 10th and penultimate round with Hungary's Lajos Seres in the First Saturday chess tournament in Budapest on ...

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    Years ago as the excitable young girl skittered across the court towards her blond-haired God named Borg, the English television commentator was appalled, by both intrusion and attire. "This is sacrilege", he exclaimed, "she's wearing high ...

    Shokeen loses in semifinals
    NEW DELHI: Top seed Vivek Shokeen lost 6-7(10), 3-6 to the eventual champion, the third-seeded Jochen Schottler of Germany in the semifinals of the ITF Grade `I' junior tennis tournament in Offenbach, Germany. The Asian junior champion, ...

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    Renu beats Sowmini
    Chennai: It is not always one sees a mother and daughter play in the same competition. Renu Barkhatiya of Madhya Pradesh and daughter Pooja Galundia of Rajasthan, who is also a former National champion, won their respective group matches in the ...

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    Daring Don well tuned
    MYSORE: Daring Don, who has been well tuned, is expected to score in the Hyderabad Race Club Gold Trophy (Div. I), (1,400m), the main event of the races here on Wednesday. False rails (width about 4m from 1,600m to the winning post) will be in ...

    Lanark, Diomedes please
    BANGALORE: Lanark, Diomedes, Romantic Getaway and Great Seal pleased when the horses were exercised here on Tuesday morning. 800m: Newmarchar (Chary) 57, 600/43.5. Worked well. Kilspindie (Ashwin Rao) 58.5, 600/44.5. Custer (rb) 57, 600/44. ...

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