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Sunday, June 25, 2006
Germany beats Sweden, in last eight
MUNICH: Lukas Podolski scored two early goals on Saturday to give Germany a 2-0 win over Sweden and a place in the World Cup quarterfinals. Podolski scored in the fourth and 12th minutes, with forward partner Miroslav Klose playing a big role ...
Henry, Vieira bring relief and belief
Spain, so impressive to date, may prove a harder nut to crack
Switzerland tops group
The only team not to have conceded a goal in this year's tournament
West Indies makes a big score
Basseterre: Interest on Saturday centred around the magnitude of the first innings score Brian Lara deemed enough. Into its third day, with only 125 of a possible 180 overs having been bowled in two days, the third Test had advanced in circadian ...
Increased infrastructure fund will help TNCA: Srinivasan
CHENNAI: With the increased infrastructure fund from BCCI, the Tamil Nadu Cricket Association will be able to do much more than what it did in the past, affirmed N. Srinivasan, president, TNCA in the 76th annual day of TNCA at the Chidambaram ...
Agassi to retire after U.S. Open
LONDON: : One of the longest and most fascinating journeys undertaken by an athlete in the entire history of professional sport is about to end. A sporting Odysseus is getting ready for his final bow. Andre Agassi, 36, who played his first ...
Hingis finding the key to real happiness
LONDON: Who is the best woman's tennis player in the world? No, hold on, don't Google the query. Forget the Women's Tennis Association's computer-generated numbers a rankings game that has come to resemble a bizarre version of musical ...
Australia starts favourite
KUALA LUMPUR: : Given its track record and triumphs recorded in major competitions since realising the golden dream at the Athens Olympiad in 2004, any calculation that does not make Australia the favourite for Sunday's final of the Azlan Shah ...
Racing : Horse
Racing : Motor
Monza track is high-speed in nature
Sports : General
Chinese Taipei paddlers win six of the eight titles
KOLKATA: The Chinese Taipei contingent finished the Indian Open junior table tennis championship in style with its top cadet girl, Cheng I-Ching, winning a triple crown and its junior boy, Chiang Hung-Chieh claiming a double at the Netaji Indoor ...
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