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Pakistan thrashes New Zealand
DHAKA, FEB. 25. Confidence is that quiet, assured feeling you have when you are certain of achieving what you have set out for. When Pakistan decided to field first in its Super-League Group II day/night contest against New Zealand at the ...

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    Tennis
    Bopanna too good for Liberhan
    NEW DELHI, FEB. 25. Rohan Bopanna provided a glimpse of the big bad world of men's tennis to his young opponent, as he overpowered the 17-year-old Tushar Liberhan 6-4, 6-2 in the pre-quarterfinals of the Syndicate Bank $10,000 ITF men's Futures ...

    Sameer shocks Sudarshan
    KOCHI, FEB. 25. Maharashtra's Sameer Paranjpe jolted third-seeded V. Sudarshan of Tamil Nadu 7-5, 6-2 in the under-14 boys first round of the AITA junior tour KRL all-India ranking tennis tournament at the Ambalamugal KRL courts on ...

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  • ITF Futures tournament in Chennai

    Football
    East Bengal has it easy
    KOLKATA, FEB. 25. Kingfisher East Bengal recorded a 4-2 win over the Malaysian Negri Sembilan here at the Salt Lake Stadium on Wednesday. The group E league tie for Asian Football Confederation Cup turned out to be an unequal battle in the end ...

    Chess
    Three-way tie for first place
    CHENNAI, FEB. 25. Valery Filippov and Sergey Rublevsky from Russia and veteran Rafael Vaganian of Armenia figured in a three-way tie for the first place after the ninth and final round in the 3rd Aeroflot Open 2004 chess tournament that concluded ...

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  • Alexie Shirov begins well
  • Indian Bank topples S. Railway

    Wrestling
    WFI eyes more Olympic berths
    NEW DELHI, FEB. 25. On the back of securing six Olympic berths in freestyle, the Wrestling Federation of India (WFI) is eyeing five more, from its Greco-Roman and women grapplers. With women's wrestling making its debut at the Athens Games, ...



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