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Wednesday, July 19, 2006
Tragic end to a brilliant career
CHENNAI: Former India football captain, V.P. Sathyan, met with a tragic end here on Tuesday when he was knocked down by suburban electric train at Pallavaram station. He was 41. Sathyan is survived by his wife and a daughter. An assistant ...
Tendulkar ready to fire on all cylinders
Wanted: Wit and wisdom at athlethes' `pressers'
In the time of the agent, the manager, the minder, the impulsive athlete and the memorable quote is a rarity, writes Rohit Brijnath
Kumble unlikely to be picked for tri-series in Sri Lanka
Mumbai: Anil Kumble, who emerged with a 23-wicket haul in the four-Test series in the West Indies, is almost certain to spend the English summer bowling for Surrey and is not likely to be picked for the tri-series in Sri Lanka. The news from ...
Felix wins fifth straight women's 200m race
MADRID: World champion and Olympic silver medallist Allyson Felix won her fifth straight 200metre race in the Madrid meeting on Monday. The 20-year-old American crossed the line in 22.73 seconds, just five-hundredths of a second faster than ...
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