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CRICKET
Dravid and Tendulkar get going
Lahore: The setting for India's opening fixture could not have been more picturesque; the arena circled by trees, the quaint bricked-topped pavilion evoking memories of an era gone by, the whites of the cricketers fluttering in the wind, the ...

TENNIS
Bopanna-Amritraj pair in final
Match-tie-break `lottery' comes to the Indians' rescue

BILLIARDS & SNOOKER
Aditya Mehta in sizzling form against Faizal Khan
CHENNAI: Maharashtra's Aditya Mehta was in sizzling form and Faizal Khan of Delhi was virtually swept away in the opening junior snooker semifinal round-robin match on Saturday in the LIC-BSNL National billiards and snooker championship. ...

BADMINTON
Anup Sridhar moves into third round
BANGALORE: Defending champion Anup Sridhar and the top seed Arvind Bhat moved into the third round of the men's singles in the 70th National badminton championship at the KBA courts here on Saturday. Arvind outclassed Pawan of Chandigarh 15-1, ...

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Delhi Dazzlers swamps Imphal Rangers
CHANDIGARH: : Delhi Dazzlers crushed Imphal Rangers 5-1 in a Tier II match of the Premier Hockey League II at the Sector 42 hockey stadium here on Saturday. With both teams having failed to score till the end of second quarter, Delhi Dazzlers ...

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Negi ends 16th
NEW DELHI: Parimarjan Negi surrendered to top seeded Russian Grandmaster Vladimir Belov in 44 moves in the 10th and final round of the Hastings Masters chess tournament in Hastings, United Kingdom, on Friday. The 12-year-old, who achieved his ...

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Racing : Horse
Aristotle for Calcutta Derby Stakes
Kolkata: Aristotle, who is in good shape, is expected to win the Eveready Calcutta Derby Stakes, the main event of the races to be held here on Sunday. The carried over (70 per cent) jackpot pool of Mumbai races (Dec. 25, 2005) amounting to Rs ...

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Sailing
INS Ranvijay triumphs
VISAKHAPATNAM: INS Ranvijay won the prestigious Cock Trophy in the annual Eastern Fleet whaler boat regatta held at the Naval Dockyard here on Saturday. Vice-Admiral Sureesh Mehta, Flag Officer Commanding-in-Chief of Eastern Naval Command, ...

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