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    'Why lose sleep over what people say?'
    NEW DELHI: Sixteen years is a long time but Sachin Tendulkar's memory is sharp. And he is not known to break a promise. On a sticky afternoon at the Wankhede Stadium, Tendulkar, 11 runs short of a century, watched Gursharan Singh emerge from the ...

    Rajinder (jr.) named chief coach
    CHENNAI: The suspense is over, and the search is complete for the present. Putting an end to the month-long speculation over the issue of coaches for the national team, the Indian Hockey Federation last night named Rajinder Singh (jr.) as the ...

    Uzbeks sweat it out in hot conditions
    JAIPUR: They looked tall, strong, athletic and most importantly ready for a fight. The Uzbeks had come in advance and have been sweating it out in buckets in the heat and humidity of north India for about a week now. They may lack the experience, ...

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    Gursharan's benefit match a success
    NEW DELHI: The stars kept their promise and turned up to make the day for Gursharan Singh. His benefit match was a success if measured by the presence of the cream of current Indian players who reported at the Ferozeshah Kotla. Sachin ...

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    Gaudio escapes early exit
    OEIRAS (PORTUGAL): French Open champion Gaston Gaudio saved a match point to beat Jan Hernych of the Czech Republic 6-7(5), 7-5, 6-0 in the first round of the Estoril Open on Monday. Hernych had a match point serving at 5-4 in the second set, ...

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    Reyes shoots Arsenal to victory
    LONDON: A first-half goal by Jose Antonio Reyes gave Arsenal a 1-0 victory on Monday night over Tottenham — and prolonged Chelsea's wait to secure the league title. Chelsea would have clinched the title if Arsenal had failed to beat ...

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