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Pathan will come back stronger, wiser
The Indian all-rounder will pass his test with flying colours, writes Peter Roebuck

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Ganguly's tirade against Dalmiya
KOLKATA: With just days remaining for a showdown, the likes of which has not been seen in the Cricket Association of Bengal (CAB) in recent years, former Indian skipper Sourav Ganguly has sent an e-mail that added muscle to the `oust Jagmohan ...

TENNIS
Serena sails into quarterfinals
CINCINNATI: Serena Williams took another step in her comeback from a chronic left knee injury, beating Bethanie Mattek 6-3, 6-1 to enter the quarterfinals of the Cincinnati Open here on Thursday. Serena, playing in her first tournament since ...

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S.Rly (Chennai) dominates
MADURAI: Southern Railway (Chennai division) dominated the proceedings in the men's and women's sections on the opening day of the two-day State-level open athletic meet at the Railway stadium here on Friday. The results: Men: 1500m: ...

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Mist envelops BAI's Vision 2010
HYDERABAD: : The BAI's camp called Vision 2010 has run into rough weather on several fronts. Even as the National coach P. Gopi Chand has been monitoring the camp at the Gachibowli indoor stadium, a parallel camp has come up at the Lal Bahadur ...

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Romantic Getaway may make amends
BANGALORE: Romantic Getaway, a failed favourite, may make amends in the J.B. Mallaradhya Memorial Cup (1,400m), the feature event of the races to be held here on Saturday (July 22). False rails (width about 1.5m from 1,600m to the winning ...

Scintilating Skill pleases
BANGALORE: Scintilating Skill, Thats The Touch, Appeasing and Predominant pleased when the horses were exercised here on Friday morning (July. 21). Outer sand 800m: High Tower (Ranjeet) 58, 600/44.5. Moved well. Badge Of Honour ...

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