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Sunday, July 10, 2005
SPORT - TRACK LIGHTNING
Our new car is showing promise
"The game is at a cross-roads"
CHENNAI: Towards the end of September, eight of the world's top chess players will travel to San Luis, Argentina to compete for the biggest prize in the sport: the title of undisputed World champion. If that evokes the somewhat misleading ...
Parthiv keen to regain lost ground
BANGALORE: The wheel has indeed come a full circle for Parthiv Patel. A few years back, Parthiv, then a trainee at the National Cricket Academy, was earmarked for higher glory and was sent to the Australian Cricket Academy as part of the ...
Interesting battle on the cards
ROTTERDAM: Even as the impact of the stunning reverse suffered by India on Friday is slowly sinking in, the focus shifts to the final of the Junior hockey World Cup on Sunday. Whether the Roger Danet Trophy is destined to travel again to the ...
Uzbekistan whips Bangladesh
NEW DELHI: Uzbekistan and Kazakhstan cut their pace to half but still dismissed the feeble challenges from Bangladesh and Nepal with ease on the penultimate day of the Middle Asia Zone qualifying basketball championship here on Saturday. At ...
Racing : Horse
Kingfisher Derby wears an open look
BANGALORE: The Kingfisher Derby Bangalore (2,000m), the stellar attraction of the summer season to be held here on Sunday, has a competitive field of eleven contenders. Among them Ganapathy's ward Flashing Star, who has improved a lot as ...
Spectacular Quest wins main event
BANGALORE: Dr. M.A.M. Ramaswamy's Spectacular Quest, ridden by B. Prakash, won the Daisy Appoo B.T.C. Anniversary Cup, the chief event of the race here on Saturday. Ganapathy trains the winner. The results: 1. ROYAL RANDWICK PLATE ...
Romantic Count, Arizza, Silken Star shine
BANGALORE: Romantic Count, Arizza, Silken Star and Only For Gold shone when the horses were exercised here on Saturday morning. Outer sand 800m: Formal Invitation (rb) (1,400-600) 1-0. Perfect Mover (Mandeep) ...
Racing : Motor
Sports : General
State volleyball: Prize-money increased
CHENNAI: More teams, increased prize money and a title sponsor in Phoenix Tirupur form the highlights of the ninth edition of the John memorial State-level volleyball tournament to be conducted by the Nellai Friends and Dr. Sivanthi Clubs at the ...
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