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Wednesday, June 29, 2005
Sharapova brushes aside Petrova
London: She has it all; yet she plays like someone who believes that she'd be on dole if she failed to win the day's match. Seldom in sport do we see someone so blessed compete with such primodial hunger. And, not since Chris Evert in the ...
Junior World Cup gets off to a start today
CHENNAI: From Versailles in 1979 to Rotterdam in 2005, the junior version of the World hockey championship has traversed an eventful course. Conceived as an instrument for enlarging the national pool of talent by framing a perfect base for ...
Haryana swamps Karnataka
Universities runs riot; easy for Orissa
Indians promise more
NEW DELHI: The Indian archers who returned with a silver medal from the World championship in Madrid promised more in the future competitions, in an interaction with the media here on Tuesday. The men's recurve team bagged the silver medal ...
Fierce rivalry resumes on an unfamiliar territory
FRANKFURT: Brazil expects Adriano to recover in time for Wednesday's Confederations Cup final against Argentina when one of the fiercest rivalries in world soccer resumes on unfamiliar territory. Adriano, who scored twice in Brazil's 3-2 ...
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