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Dracula's home

Count Dracula is seen again on a dark and stormy Transylvanian night#8230;. Actually, Dracula creator Bram Stoker never visited the place.HEIDEMARIE PUETZ takes a look at what he missed.


Ah, sweet, sweet wine!

By Ed Soon

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Serna to meet Molik in Budapest Open final

Number two seeded Magui Serna of Spain, the winner of last week#8217;s Estoril Open, headed through into the final of the Budapest Open yesterday, defeating Slovakia#8217;s Ludmila Cervanova 6-3, 6-2, in the semi-finals.

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Serna claims second title in a week

In-form Spaniard Magui Serna claimed her second WTA title in a week at the Budapest Open here yesterday.

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Belgium, Slovakia through to quarter-finals

World No. 2 Kim Clijsters and substitute Eva Callens helped Belgium to a 5-0 sweep of its Fed Cup tie against Austria Sunday, sending the 2001 champion into the quarter-finals.

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MTK win Hungarian title as Kispest Honved get relegated for the first time

MTK won the Hungarian first division title for the 22nd time, beating fourth-placed Ujpest 1-0 in a nail-biting final round of league matches on Friday.

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Hungary lose two goalkeepers before Latvia match

Hungary's first choice goalkeeper Gabor Kiraly pulled up in training on Thursday and will miss the Euro 2004 Group Four qualifier against leaders Latvia.

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Scotland and Germany share points as Austria fall to Moldova

Spain, the most consistent qualifiers in European football for a decade, crashed to a shock 1-0 home defeat to Greece in the last and most surprising of Saturday's 19 European Championship qualifying matches.


Dynamic global marketplace

Held for the fourth consecutive year, the World Education Market is fast becoming the premier international education event. S. INDRAMALAR reports on what went on at WEM 2003 in Lisbon, Portugal, last month.

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Celtic off to a flying start

Former European Cup winners Celtic got their Champions League campaign off to a flying start on Wednesday, easing to a 4-0 away win over Lithuania's Kaunas in the first leg of their second qualifying round tie.