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    Sania shines
    Sania plays Vera Zvonareva next;Ginepri advances

    HOCKEY
    New Zealand downs Malaysia
    NEW DELHI: It took a twin-strike from newcomer Krystal Forgesson to script New Zealand's gutsy recovery from a 0-2 deficit to a 4-2 victory over Malaysia in its final league match of the Indira Gandhi International Gold Cup hockey tournament for ...

    CHESS
    Anand suffers another reverse
    NEW DELHI: Veselin Topalov's tsunami-like destruction continues. Barring a certain Viswanathan Anand, none has withstood the force with which the Bulgarian has struck in the World chess championship. On Wednesday, it was the turn of reigning ...

    CRICKET
    Team of champions has to perform or perish
    MELBOURNE: The world team must bat patiently and build more partnerships if it is to keep the one-day Super Series alive, New Zealander Daniel Vettori said here on Thursday. Australia, smarting from the universal criticism of last month's ...

    Cricket
    Confusion marks opening day of camp
    The idea is to give everyone a fair chance: Yashpal Sharma

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    Tennis
    Double delight for Sansitha
    Coimbatore: Sansitha Nandakumar of Tamil Nadu, who slipped at the final hurdle in the IOC Extra Premium AITA Talent Series here last week, regained her magic touch by clinching the under-12 and 14 girls singles crown in the Pro Serve AITA Talent ...

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    Racing : Horse
    Barbados Skies shines
    Pune: Barbados Skies, Desert Lightning and Frida Kahlo shone when the horses were exercised here on Thursday morning (Oct. 6). Inner sand: 600m: Last 'N Impression (Belose), Thunderella (P.S. Deora) 35. Former moved ...

    Psychic Strength and Aspinalls please
    BANGALORE: Psychic Strength, Aspinalls and Arturo pleased when the horses were exercised here on Thursday morning (Oct. 6). Inner sand: 800m: Born Purple (rb) (1,400-600) 55. Eased up. 1,400m: Port To Port (P. ...

    Flashing Star, Amazing Striker excel
    MYSORE: Flashing Star and Amazing Striker excelled when the horses were exercised here on Thursday morning (Oct. 6). Outer sand: 800m: Miss Crystal (Md. Kareem) 1-1.5, 600/46.5. Easy. 1,000m: Abbu Sher (rb) 1-16, ...

    Aryanoush catches the eye
    Hyderabad: Aryanoush and Dama Grande caught the eye when the horses were exercised here on Thursday (Oct. 6). Sand: 600m: Royal Carnival (trainer) 43, 400/28. Easy. Victoria Cross (Sequeira) 47. Not extended. ...

    Splash Of Class appeals most
    MYSORE: Splash Of Class appeals most in the Chief Minister's Gold Cup (1,200m), the feature event of the races to be held here on Friday. False rails (width about 8m from 1,600m to the winning post) will be in position. 1 P. SHANKER MEMORIAL ...

    On The Run has an edge
    Chennai: On The Run has an edge over her four rivals in the Rainy Sky Plate (1,200m), the main event of the races to be held here on Friday. The jockeys for Over The Top and Green Bench in the fourth race will be declared later. 1 ALWAYS ...

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    Sailing
    Two Indian pairs for Asian meet
    HYDERABAD: The Asian Hobie sailing championships will be held at Tai Tam Bay, Hong Kong, from October 7 to 9. In the fray will be Ram Kumar and T. Siva, the winning pair of the National Hobie 16 championships held at Visakhapatnam in May this ...

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    Volleyball
    Catholicate, Assumption are champions
    KOCHI: Catholicate College men (Pathanamthitta) and Assumpion College women (Changanassery) emerged champions in the all-Kerala inter-collegiate volleyball tournament at the St Stephen's College, Pathanapuram. Catholicate defeated host St ...

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