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Since 1st March, 1999
Anand doesn’t rule out playing 2004 Olympiad
Apart from being the first Asian to storm the castle of Russian dominance in world chess, Viswanathan Anand has many firsts to his credit. The first Indian to have won the world junior title lived up to his ‘lightning kid’ billing and went on to ...  | Read.. 
Kaif hits rapid 81
Indian batsman Mohammed Kaif, playing only his second county match, smashed an 85-ball 81 to anchor Derbyshire to a 137- ...  | Read.. 
Money top on BCCI agenda
Financial matters will top cricket board president Jagmohan Dalmiya’s agenda when he attends the executive committee mee ...  | Read.. 
3 Indians make semis
Capping a fine day for the hosts, three Indians entered the semi-finals of the $5000 ITF men’s satellite tennis circuit’ ...  | Read.. 
Stand-in captain Michael Owen (seen scoring his second goal past Slovakia’s Ondrej Debnar) celebrated his 50th cap with two clinical goals to give Eng ...  | Read
Pollock roots for Lance return
Former South African skipper Shaun Pollock joined the debate about the ...  | Read.. 
Sponsor stays with Bagan
In spite of the controversy which has dogged Mohun Bagan, football team sponsors UB Group are n..  | Read.. 
EB trainer gets 6-month deal
There was some great news for the thousands who had gathered at the East Bengal ground to celeb..  | Read.. 
Karnataka win 18-0
Shiva Sankari slammed seven goals, including a hattrick, to help Karna ...  | Read.. 
Changes are good, a rest could be better
Sometimes you look at the world and wonder how so much change can cram itse ...  | Read.. 
Brazil soar high above the Eagles
World champions Brazil defeated Nigeria 3-0 in an international friendly m ...  | Read.. 
Shaky start by Woods
Defending champion Tiger Woods started and finished poorly to fire a l ...  | Read.. 
Azhar never got a fair chance, says counsel
Former Indian cricket captain Mohammed Azharuddin’s counsel claimed on ...  | Read.. 
India set for clean sweep
With three Indians assuring themselves of gold medals in their respect ...  | Read.. 
Meaningless wins just not enough: Lara
The West Indies need to win more meaningful matches, captain Brian Lar ...  | Read.. 
Wanted, a roof at Wimbledon
Day one at Wimbledon and a huge crowd gathers at the world’s most famo ...  | Read.. 
WI earn consolation win
West Indies beat Sri Lanka by six wickets in the rain-affected third and f ...  | Read.. 
Germany spared the blushes
Germany came within minutes of suffering one of the most humiliating r ...  | Read.. 
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