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Friday, October 21, 2005
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Moya to defend Chennai title
Chennai: Defending champion and former World No.1 Carlos Moya has confirmed his participation in the $400,000 Chennai Open 2006, scheduled to be held from January 2 to 8. The 29-year-old Spaniard, who in 2005 became the first champion to ...
Match-simulation exercises mark camp
Tendulkar finds his touch; Gambhir and Pathan get useful practice
DD gets telecast rights
Prasar Bharati to telecast at a cost of Rs. 90 crore
Spinners restrict South Zone
Laxmipathy Balaji rattles West with two early strikes
Vijay Kannan survives
NEW DELHI: Pushed to a corner, the wiry Vijay Kannan counter-punched his way out of trouble to post a 7-6(9), 7-6(2) win against Tushar Liberhan in the men's quarterfinals of the DSCL National tennis championship at the DLTA Complex here on ...
Lyon maintains clean slate
LONDON: Lyon defeated Olympiakos 2-1 on Wednesday, leaving the four-time defending French champion as only one of three teams with perfect records in the Champions League. Inter Milan saw its perfect record blemished with a 2-0 loss at 2004 ...
Chopda, Kashyap, Utsav post upset wins
NEW DELHI: National junior champion Sagar Chopda showed the maturity of a seasoned campaigner and knocked out World No. 111 and second-seeded Malaysian Law Yew Thien to complete a highly satisfying opening day for the host in the Asian Satellite ...
Racing : Horse
Snow Tiger for main event
Pune: The three-year-old filly Snow Tiger, who ran second in her last outing, is expected to win the Nava Ratna Trophy, the main event of Friday's races. False rails will be announced two hours before the first race. 1 WIGGLES PLATE ...
King Cobra, Ocean Blue impress
Hyderabad: King Cobra and Ocean Blue impressed when the horses were exercised here on Thursday (Oct. 20). Sand 600m: Spanish Cruise (Sequeira) 47.5. Not extended. Our Opinion (Shinde), Citi Front (rb) 46, 400/30. They ...
Flashing Star excels
MYSORE: Flashing Star, Amazing Striker and Simply Special excelled when the horses were exercised here on Thursday (Oct. 20) Outer sand: 800m: Storming Thru (Gnaneshwar) 58, 600/42. Strode out well. Brave Risk (Vijay ...
Racing : Motor
APRC: Seventh leg from today
RAYONG (THAILAND): The rivalry between newly-crowned Asia Pacific Rally champion Jussi Valimaki (Team MRF Tyres) and Toshihiro Arai (Subaru) is set to continue as the seventh and penultimate leg of the 2005 Asia Pacific Rally Championship gets ...
Sports : General
Fareed stars for Wesley JC
Hyderabad: Abdul Fareed's seven for 12 runs off nine overs helped Wesley Junior College defeat St. John's Church Junior College by seven wickets in the final of the Parle Cup inter-school under-17 cricket tournament here on Thursday. Fareed ...
Sharan, Bhavana clinch titles
Mysore: Second-seeded V.P. Sharan (Star TT), registered an upset win over the top-seed P. Puneeth (Horizon TT) 12-10, 11-9, 11-9 to clinch the cadet boys singles title, while top-seed Bhavana V. Murthy (Horizon TT) recorded a 11-2, 11-8, 11-8 win ...
Easy wins for ASC, MEG
BANGALORE: The two Army outfits, ASC and MEG, posted easy wins in the preliminary league of the State `A' division volleyball championship at the Sree Kanteerva Stadium courts here on Thursday. MEG, setting a hot pace, proved too good for BEL ...
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