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Cricket
Dravid hits century, India makes it a no contest
DAMBULLA, JULY 16. Forget about the $1,000 that Asim Saeed will receive from an Emirates cricket supporter as a prize for scalping the most sought-after wicket in world cricket. The money is just a bonus. The important part is that the left-arm ...

Saujanya shines for AP
NEW DELHI, JULY 16. An all-round performance by Saujanya Nath (32 and three for five) helped Andhra Pradesh beat Orissa by 80 runs in the National sub-junior women's cricket championship at the DAV College ground here on ...

Atapattu optimistic
DAMBULLA, JULY 16. "We have two very strong oppositions in Pakistan and India. But if we play to our potential in home conditions we'll certainly win," said Sri Lankan skipper Marvan Atapattu about his team's chances in the Indian Oil-Asia Cup ...

Other Stories

  • Globe Trotters coasts home
  • Bangalore City gains first innings points
  • Big win for Bangladesh
  • Easy win for EMCC
  • Kents CC's matches end in tie
  • Australia's tour opener on Sept. 30
  • Lakshman Narayan hits century
  • Holiday package for lucky winners
  • Agarkar gets permission to play for Middlesex
  • Emphatic win for Ramaswamy XI

    Tennis
    Srichaphan, Schalken bow out
    LOS ANGELES, JULY 16. Thailand's Paradorn Srichaphan and Sjeng Schalken of the Netherlands were stunned on Thursday at the Mercedes-Benz Cup, leaving three-time champion Andre Agassi and Mardy Fish as the only remaining seeded players. ...

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  • Ashvarya stuns Janani

    Hockey
  • Convincing win for Campion
  • Parsi HS `B' in semifinals

    Football
  • China embarks on ambitious Asian Cup campaign
  • Exciting encounters in the offing
  • Big win for Garhwal Heroes
  • Jeyaraman performs hat-trick
  • Dindigul in last four
  • Oriental FC beats SWR

    Archery
  • Indian campaign in individual event ends

    Athletics
  • With one long jump, Jones makes a statement

    Badminton
  • Savan quells Sankar's challenge
  • Snehasai in semifinals

    Basketball
  • Chennai swamps Karur

    Boxing
  • `Tyson still has knockout power'

    Chess
    Fischer detained in Japan
    TOKYO, JULY 16. Former world chess champion Bobby Fischer has been detained in Japan by immigration authorities, officials said on Friday, capping a more than decade-long hunt by U.S. authorities for the elusive chess legend. Fischer, who is ...

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  • Krishna Doss outwits Gopalakrishnan
  • Thejkumar triumphs

    Cycling
  • First Tour stage win for Moncoutie

    Generalia
  • Australian weightlifter loses appeal against Olympic ban

    Golf
    Campbell takes early lead
    TROON, JULY 16. Michael Campbell of New Zealand was atop the leaderboard with a two round tally of four-under 138, while former champion John Daly made the first significant move in the British Open second round as stiffening winds greeted the ...

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  • Dullet wins Jaypee Open

    Racing : Horse
  • Trainers back out of protest

    Racing : Motor
  • Rolon racing challenge on Sunday

    Shooting
  • Gagan Narang upbeat about his Olympics prospects

    Sports : General
  • Delhi HC's directive to BCCI
  • Inter-varsity meets calendar

    Swimming
  • Army Red retains title

    Table Tennis
  • Easy for Narasimha Iyengar
  • India, Sri Lanka qualify for Asian meet
  • Kerala season opens today

    Volleyball
    Sivanthi Club wins
    CHENNAI, JULY 16. PSG Krishnammal College, Coimbatore, which became the first outstation side to enter the women's final of a city volleyball tournament, did not have the finish and mental toughness to challenge the experienced Sivanthi ...

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  • Another five-set win for India Youth
  • World junior championship: FIVB official to inspect facilities



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