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Australia breaks the Champions Trophy jinx
The West Indies stumbles at the final hurdle.

Bracken — relying on swing
Lethal accuracy and not just express pace holds the key

ATHLETICS
Double for Sinimole, Hamza
Renjith rewrites meet record

Cricket
Take action against Windies, says Ponting
MELBOURNE: : Australian captain Ricky Ponting wants the International Cricket Council (ICC) to take action against the West Indies cricketers for giving a miss to the ICC Awards' function hours before their Champions Trophy final. ``Obviously, ...

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Harewood's late strike shocks Arsenal
London: Marlon Harewood struck in the 89th minute as West Ham surprised Arsenal 1-0 in their English Premier League soccer match here on Sunday. In another match, Aston Villa blanked Blackburn 2-0. Barry struck in the 41 minute, while Angel ...

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Racing : Horse
Khaleels Pride takes honours in A.P. Commemoration Cup
Hyderabad: L. D'Silva owned and trained Khaleels Pride (A. Imran Khan up) won the A.P. Commemoration Cup, the main event of the races here on Sunday (Nov. 5). In the Nagarjuna Plate, jockey D. Singh (Royal Glory) was fined Rs.1,000 for ...

Buddy Brothers for feature
HYDERABAD: Buddy Brothers, who is in fine nick, is expected to win the Mir Fazilath Hussain Memorial Cup (1,200m), the main event of Monday races (Nov. 6). There will be no false rails. 1MOMENT OF GLORY PLATE (1,600m) — Cat. II, 3-y-o ...

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Sports : General


Volleyball
U.S. has it easy
TOKYO: The United States finished the first stage of the women's World volleyball championships on a high note on Sunday with a 25-14, 25-16, 25-15 win over Puerto Rico. Brazil, the Group B winner, continued its excellent form with a 25-13, ...




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