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CRICKET
Time for renewal has arrived
Cricket is not the easiest of games to run, writes Peter Roebuck

The first batch completes camp
BANGALORE: Greg Chappell was in good spirits. The coach was obviously happy with the manner in which the cricket-skills camp has progressed and his relaxed air was evident when he spoke to the media after a long morning session at the National ...

Moin-ud-Dowla Gold Cup from today


CHESS
Pairing snafu delays National `B' meet
AHMEDABAD: Over the years, Indian chess players have become immune to delayed starts in major tournaments in the country. Not only open events but also National championships take off hours after the scheduled start without a word of protest from ...

Aishwarya wins title
CHENNAI: Aishwarya Agrawal clinched a blink-and-miss first set, survived a scare of minutest proportions in the beginning of the second, and eventually registered an easy win in the girls' final, in the IOB-GNC Asian under-14 tennis series, ...

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Racing : Horse
Ruben Star runs with a chance
Pune: Ruben Star, who won by a narrow margin in his last start, should not find it difficult to score over his three rivals in the General Rajendrasinhji Trophy, the feature event of the races to be held here on Saturday (Sept. 3). False rails ...

Sloane Square excels
BANGALORE: Sloane Square, Perfect Rhythm and Bons Amis excelled when the horses were exercised here on Friday morning (Sept. 1). Outer sand: 800m: Keep Guessing (rb), Majority Wins (rb) 59.5, 600/47. They finished ...

Dama Grande, Adams Madame impress
Hyderabad: Dama Grande, Adams Madame, Republic Day, Carradale, Albuquerque and Good Speed impressed when the horses were exercised here on Friday morning (Sep.1). Outer grass 600m: Australis (Umesh) 45. Not ...

Alamshaara shines
Pune: Alamshaara shone when the horses were exercised here on Friday morning (Sept.1). Sand track 800m: Fairy Goddess (S. Chinoy) 56, 600/41. Easy. California (rb), Persephone (T.S. Jodha) 52, 600/39. They moved ...

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