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    No Indian umpire/referee for Champions Trophy
    LONDON, AUG. 30. India may be the financial hub of modern cricket and Sourav Ganguly's men raring to topple Australia for the Test and one-day world champion status, but the subcontinent giant will have no representation in the umpires and ...

    ICC to decide on accreditation to banned players
    MUMBAI, AUG. 30. The International Cricket Council (ICC) will deliberate on an important item on its agenda — a proposal to prevent its members from granting media accreditation to cricketers banned for match-fixing and related activities. ...

    Sri Lanka aiming for clean sweep
    COLOMBO, AUG. 30. Sri Lanka will be aiming for a clean sweep when it takes on South Africa in the concluding contest of the five-match limited-over series at the Sinhalese Sports Club on Tuesday. Despite resting four of its key players, ...

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  • A need for serious introspection
  • Rich haul by Basith
  • Twenty20, a big hit in England
  • Sohail scalps seven
  • Matches end in draw
  • Century by Arun Karthik
  • President's XI tops group
  • Easy for St. Philomena's FGC
  • Chandrakanth shines
  • Huzefa, Shanmuga score centuries
  • KRL sitting pretty
  • SAG XI lifts title
  • Imtiaz Ahmed CA records win
  • Vivek to lead Vidarbha CA

  • Second straight title for Lleyton Hewitt
  • Siddarth is champion
  • Bishop Heber College bags title

  • Academy Club drubs TSC
  • BEML posts win
  • Kiran spearheads JSS HS to victory

    It's time for Eriksson to deliver
    LONDON, AUG. 30.His three best central defenders are either injured or suspended and he's looking at a new strike force for the World Cup qualifying campaign with teenage star Wayne Rooney out of action too. A sex scandal now behind him, under ...

    Bummer for Liverpool
    LONDON, AUG. 30. Liverpool slumped to its first league defeat of the season on Sunday, surrendering a first-half goal at Bolton. Kevin Davies scored in the 38th minute on a Henrik Pedersen cross, lifting Bolton into third place in the Premier ...

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  • KFA expresses inability to host Santosh Trophy
  • YDC makes final
  • Indian Bank lifts title
  • Tarun Sangha posts win
  • Oxford HS to meet Motibagh GBS
  • PSNA wins title
  • SCR wins
  • St. Lourdes wins
  • Dinamani wins opener
  • Easy win for MEG

  • Smitha Rao enters final
  • TNPL triumphs
  • Double for Vineeth

  • American College in last four
  • A.V. Degree College triumphs

    Billiards & Snooker
  • Vatnani wins

  • Top seeds have it easy

  • Cusat Open crown for Laxman
  • Anvesh, Muralikrishna share honours
  • Title for Sai Akshay
  • Ajay Kumar wins
  • Balkishan triumphs

    Atwal fires 64 for best-ever finish on US PGA Tour
    NEW DELHI, AUG. 30. Arjun Atwal fired six-under 64 in the final round to post his best-ever finish on the US PGA Tour, a tied-13th place at the Buick Open golf championship at the River Highlands course in Connecticut. Atwal's final day heroics ...

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  • Future stars to tee off at the CGC today
  • Prakash wins title

    Olympic Games
    Rathore did India a major favour
    ATHENS, AUG. 30. It was the army major Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore who made his gun do the talking and saved the country's prestige in the 28th Olympic Games. The 34-year-old Rathore deserves all the accolades, money, house and land for taking ...

    A sample of things to come
    ATHENS, AUG. 30.The Games ended here on Sunday night with the last runner of the marathon making his way into Panathinaiko Stadium and the Olympic flame being doused a few hours later. But the International Olympic Committee's fight for a ...

    Windfall awaits Chinese stars
    BEIJING, AUG. 30.How much is an Olympic gold medal worth? For China's newest sports stars, fresh from triumph in Athens and idolised by a sports-crazy population, the country's ongoing rush to capitalism means they can cash in like never ...

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  • It began with a scandal and ended with an ambush
  • Mass exodus

    Racing : Motor
    Tata Bearings Monsoon rally on Sept. 4, 5
    KOLKATA, AUG. 30. Some of the big names in motor rallying will be seen in action in the Tata Bearings Monsoon to be staged in two legs on September 4 and 5. The event covering Bengal and Jharkhand will be flagged off from the Netaji Indoor ...

    Sports : General
  • Asian junior men's championship from Sept. 8
  • `Best Bank' Trophy for Indian Bank
  • MKV HSS bags title

  • FIVB coaches' course concludes

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