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Thursday, June 23, 2005
Sania Mirza leaves a huge impression
Safin learns to enjoy himself on grass
A litmus test for the Chinese
Chennai: The Chinese dragon is here. How much fire will it breath and how much damage it is going to cause to India's chances of qualifying for the World senior men's volleyball championship, to be held in Japan in 2006, are the questions that ...
Parthiban downs Marton Szaboky
Ayappan Parthiban also knows how to keep the ball in play as he rallied from two games in arrears to carve out a superb win over Marton Szaboky of Hungary in a pre-quarterfinal match of the ICL-Chennai Open squash here on Wednesday. The Chennai ...
BANGALORE: : J. Karthik's all-round show (44 and five for 79) powered City Cricketers to an 83-run victory over Vultures CC in a KSCA Group I second division league match here recently. City Cricketers scored 236 and bundled out Vultures CC ...
Vishaal Uppal in last four
DEHRA DUN: : Vishaal Uppal kept the Indian hopes alive while Peter Clarke of Ireland won the circuit in the ONGC ITF Satellite tennis circuit Masters event at the Doon School courts here on Wednesday. Braving the consequences of a twisted knee ...
India to open against Australia
CHENNAI: : India will take on Australia in the third match under floodlights on the opening day of the Sahara-Champions Trophy hockey tournament to be held at the Mayor Radhakrishnan Stadium from December 10 to 18. The opening fixture will be ...
Argentina holds Germany
NUREMBERG: Germany finished top of Group A in the Confederations Cup after a 2-2 draw with Argentina left the South Americans in second place on goal difference. The two sides had already qualified for the semifinals and finished with seven ...
Brazil to meet Germany in quarterfinals
ENSCHEDE: Defending champion Brazil beat Syria 1-0 and Germany edged China 3-2 on Tuesday to set up a clash of soccer giants in the quarterfinals of the World Youth Championships. Italy beat the United States, burdened by a hapless Freddy Adu, ...
Padma draws with Soumya
SANGLI: Eleven-year-old Orissa girl Padma Rout held top-seeded Soumya Swaminathan to a draw in the first round of the 32nd National Women's `B' chess championship here on Wednesday. Padma, who did not allow her opponent's reputation to ...
Racing : Horse
Racing : Motor
BMW buys out Sauber
MUNICH: BMW has acquired the majority shares in the Swiss-based Sauber team and will race next season in Formula One under its own name, the company said on Wednesday. BMW has provided engines for Williams, with the team racing under the ...
Sports : General
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