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Charlton have no grand illusions, says Curbishley

Charlton Athletic boss Alan Curbishley was unsurprisingly elated over his team's huge win over Chelsea but he was not about to fuel any unrealistic expectations.

Indian media heap praises on new darling after stunning win

Rahul Dravid finally replaced Sachin Tendulkar as the darling of the Indian media yesterday as it celebrated one of the finest wins in Test history over world champions Australia.

Irregular heartbeat forces walker Yufang out of SEA Games

Walker Yuan Yufang, known for her stout-heartedness under any circumstances, is out of the Vietnam SEA Games. She has been felled by a heart problem.

SembCorp Q3 net profit surges 157%

Sales of electricity and offshore gas have fuelled a 157% surge in quarterly earnings at SembCorp Industries Ltd, Singapore's fourth biggest conglomerate, and it forecast yesterday further growth ahead.

All our 20 paddlers make early exit in Johor Baru

It was a total eclipse of the Malaysians as all 20 paddlers failed to get past the first round of the US$90,000 Volkswagen Malaysian Open ITTF Pro-Tour at the Johor Baru City Council Indoor Stadium Friday.

Vega's lure

IN SEPTEMBER, the so-called #8220;Summer Triangle#8221; is high to the north in the evening sky. The three bright stars that mark its apices are Deneb, in the constellation Cygnus (the Swan) to the north-east, Vega in the constellation Lyra (the Harp) to the north-west and Altair, in the constellation Aquila (the Eagle) to the south.

Excellent entries pour in

THE entries for the I>Best School Newspaper Awards 2003/Icame in fast and furious to beat the Aug 30 deadline.

Tan Fook-Wan Wah the only survivors in Singapore

Except for the men's doubles pair of Choong Tan Fook-Lee Wan Wah, it was a total eclipse for the other Malaysian shuttlers on the second day of the US$170,000 Yonex-Sunrise Singapore Open at the Indoor Stadium here yesterday.

A Sol-ar eclipse – and it’s now 51

And Sol Campbell makes it 51. Arsenal set a record of sorts in the English Premiership this season, becoming the only team to have a player been sent off in both their opening matches - a remarkable achievement even in a team that have had more than their fair share of sackings.

Hockey in crisis over Germans and Dominicans

World field hockey chiefs were on Friday grappling with a major row caused by two unrelated trans-Atlantic developments that threaten to undermine the Olympic sport.