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Monday, June 05, 2006
West Indies takes handy lead
ST. JOHN'S: West Indies extended its first innings lead to 130 on day three of the first Test here at the Antigua Recreation Ground. On Sunday, V.R.V. Singh got two, Munaf Patel and Anil Kumble took one apiece to dismiss the home side, resuming ...
Sri Lankans are sitting pretty
NOTTINGHAM: Grafting innings from Upul Tharanga, Kumar Sangakkara and the captain Mahele Jayawardene allowed Sri Lanka to scent victory at Trent Bridge on Sundayas the third Test grew to a climax. England bowled economically but by tea with Sri ...
Armenia, Ukraine clinch titles
TURIN: The gallant Indian women fell out of top-10 bracket after running into top seeded Russians in the final round of the Chess Olympiad before the men's team ended its agonizing campaign with a hard-earned victory over Italy `B' at the Oval ...
Ajay Kini emerges overall champion
CHENNAI: Team Valvoline's Ajay Kini emerged overall champion in the inaugural JK Tyre Junior Racing Cup, which concluded at the MMST Track at Irrungattukottai near here on Sunday. Requiring one point or a finish at the top eight to bag the ...
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