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India has only pride to play for


15TH ASIAN GAMES: DOHA 2006
Games opens in spectacular fashion
DOHA: It was a fitting climax to a memorable evening as the Qatar Equestrian captain, Sheikh Mohammed Bin Hamad Al-Thani, son of the emir of Qatar, galloped on horseback to the top of the stadium, after emerging from underneath the ground, to ...

15TH ASIAN GAMES: DOHA 2006
Indian aspirations suffer a setback
DOHA: The Indian aspirations of a golden start suffered a setback as the shooters managed to return only two team bronze medals at the Lusail Range in the 15th Asian Games here on Saturday. The men's and women's 10-metre air rifle teams won the ...

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Anand, Negi for Corus
NEW DELHI: For the second time in three years, defending champion Viswanathan Anand and young sensation Parimarjan Negi will represent the country in the Corus chess tournament at Wijk ann Zee, near Amsterdam, from January 13 to 28. Anand, who ...

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Racing : Horse
Secret Warrior triumphs
CHENNAI: Mr. M.A.M.R. Muthiah's Secret Warrior, ridden by Mohan, claimed the Arakonam Plate, the feature event of the races held here on Saturday (Dec. 2). F. Sait trains the winner. The results: 1. TAMBARAM PLATE (1,200m) — ...

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Volleyball
Brazil, Poland reach final
TOKYO: Defending champion Brazil beat Serbia-Montenegro on Saturday to advance to the final of the men's volleyball World championships. Gilberto Godoy spiked for 19 points to lead the Olympic champions to a 25-19, 15-25, 25-22, 25-12 win and ...




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