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Batsmen set to steal the show
Sri Lanka meets Bangaladesh in Champions Trophy qualifier today

CRICKET
Sehwag stands at a crossroads
A fine line exists between daredevilry and recklessness, between boldness and self-indulgence

ATHLETICS
Pinki, Joseph win 400m titles
Aravind bags 100m crown

Cricket
South Africa confident
NEW DELHI: South Africa is keen to do one better than the tag of being the second best one-day team in the world and regain the ICC Champions Trophy, won in the inaugural edition at Dhaka on November 1, 1998. "We are not going to shy away from ...

Brian Lara in India
Ahmedabad: The pride and glory of Caribbean cricket, Brian Charles Lara is geared up for action on India soil for the first time in ten and half years. Easily one of the modern greats, Lara may have passed his vintage years, but millions of ...

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Tennis
Shock defeat for Sania
Tashkent: Sania Mirza crashed out against a lower-seed Russian opponent in the quarterfinals of the $145,000 Tashkent Open tennis tournament here on Friday. The Indian, seeded third, was upset by sixth seed Olga Poutchkova 6-4, 4-6, ...

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Savitha stars in MTNL's win
NEW DELHI: She did precious little through the match, but L. S. Savitha did the star turn in the last 30 seconds with five points including a three-pointer to help Mahanagar Telephone Nigam Limited (MTNL) to a thrilling 75-70 victory over ...

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Chess
Babujian holds Deepan
Yerevan: Local hopeful International Master Levon Babujian held Grandmaster Deepan Chakravarthy to a draw in the third round of the World Junior chess championship here on Thursday. Woman Grandmaster Dronavalli Harika saved the blushes for the ...

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