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PETER ROEBUCK COLUMN - SHOOTING FROM THE HIP
Australia must rain on England's parade
Ponting and his players will be better prepared this time

CRICKET
India did not plan well enough
India could be the worst fielding side in world cricket at present. They allowed extra runs in the field during the final of the cricket tri-series against Sri Lanka and when it came to themselves, lost a few while running between the wickets. ...

Ashes battle resumes today
MANCHESTER: For the last 72 hours mind games have been played at Olympic gold medal level as England and Australia prepared for the third Ashes Test. It will not stop until the two captains hand their teams to one another half an hour before the ...

VOLLEYBALL
India loses to Cuba
Visakhapatnam: Russia from Pool A and Brazil from Pool B made sure of their entry into the semifinal knock-out with their fourth successive victories and in pool A India lost to Cuba 19-25, 29-31, 24-26 in the 13th World junior men's (under 21) ...

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Shaheen is still sultan of steeplechase
HELSINKI: Former Kenyan Saif Saaeed Shaheen of Qatar retained his World championship steeplechase title on Tuesday, again frustrating Kenyan attempts to reclaim an event they consider their own. Also, two-time defending champion Felix Sanchez ...

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Poor day for Indians
NEW DELHI: Indians had a poor day in the Olomouc Chess Summer as overnight joint leader Rahul Shetty crashed to his first defeat in the Open section and D.V. Prasad, who started the day by sharing the second spot in the Proclient Cup, suffered a ...

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