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West Indies pulls one back after a pulsating contest
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Bangalore leg of Asian Grand Prix today
BANGALORE: India, by its sheer weight of numbers, will look to garner a rich haul as the second leg of the Asian Grand Prix athletics championship unfolds at the Sree Kanteerava Stadium here on Monday. Dr. Lalit Bhanot, secretary-general of ...

England squad unchanged
LONDON: David Graveney, chairman of the selectors, has pleaded for three England players to be given time to recover from their injuries in view of the heavy international programme ahead. At the same time he admitted that he has stopped ringing ...

TENNIS
Memorable day for Robredo
HAMBURG: Tommy Robredo beat Radek Stepanek 6-1, 6-3, 6-3 in the Hamburg final to clinch his first Masters Series title here on Sunday. The eighth-seeded Robredo won his third career title in two hours. The 24-year-old is 13-3 on clay this year ...

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Original trophy untraceable
JAMALPUR: The National under-21 football is facing a strange predicament. The trophy for which the top youth teams of the country are contesting is not traceable. The All India Football Federation has no clue as to where the trophy is. The ...

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Boxing


Chess
Top players for Fide tourney
VIJAYAWADA: Over 200 players, including many International Masters, would take part in Sri Satyadeva Fide-rated chess tournament, which begins at Annavaram from May 22 to 29, said East Godavari Chess Association secretary Kalyan Kumar on ...

Topalov retains title; Anand third
Sofia: Playing truly like a world champion, Veselin Topalov recorded his fourth straight victory by brushing aside Frenchman Etienne Bacrot and retained the title in the Mtel Masters chess tournament here on Sunday. In a repeat of his last ...

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Golf


Racing : Horse
Haunting Memories triumphs
BANGALORE: Dr. M.A.M. Ramaswamy & Mr. Zavaray S. Poonawalla, rep. Poonawalla Racing & Breed. Ltd's, Haunting Memories, ridden by B. Prakash, won the Karanataka Juvenile Million, the chief event of the races held here on Sunday. The winner is

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