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Search for the right balance continues
BANGALORE, NOV. 10. With his team facing a perform-or-perish situation, coach John Wright spoke in a slow, low tone at the Chinnaswamy Stadium. The words were measured, that typically shy smile was barely visible, and his eyes lacked the sparkle ...
`Next two matches will be crucial'
BANGALORE, NOV. 10. Back in charge the Indian skipper Sourav Ganguly said the next two matches will be crucial for India here on Monday. "A win against Australia at Bangalore is not enough. We still have to beat New Zealand at Hyderabad. That ...
Dravid walks away with Castrol award
BANGALORE, NOV. 10.Rahul Dravid won the `Castrol Indian Cricketer of the Year' award here during a glittering function at the Taj Westend on Monday night. "It is a great honour especially in a year when all of us contributed. It makes it all the ...
Other Stories

  • Delhi fails to score outright victory
  • Kiwis have plenty of batting worries
  • Mongia leads from the front
  • Convincing win for Mumbai
  • Sri Lanka `A' team to tour India
  • Four-wkt. win for Tamil Nadu


    Tennis
  • Chantal quells Radhika's challenge


    Hockey
    Player power and powerplay
    CHENNAI, NOV. 10. Is player power becoming more pronounced than ever in contemporary hockey? Even as the signals confirm the affirmative to this rhetorical poser, there is a feeling that this is largely due to a bigger exposure, especially in the ...


    Football
    Salgaocar lifts Durand Cup
    NEW DELHI, NOV. 10. Goalkeeper Rajat Ghosh Dastidar emerged the hero for Salgaocar Club (Goa) as he projected Baichung Bhutia and Mike Okoro as villains with decisive saves in the tie-break, in the final of the 116th Durand Cup football ...


    Chess
    Koneru Humpy in sole lead
    KOZHIKODE, NOV. 10. Koneru Humpy has taken an early lead. The top seed from Vijayawada defeated Tania Sachdev of Delhi to move into the sole lead after the third round of the Oilum 30th National women's `A' chess championship at the Chess India ...


    Sports : General
    Sunita Godara appeals to IOC, WADA
    NEW DELHI, NOV. 10. Former Asian marathon champion Sunita Godara has appealed to the International Olympic Committee (IOC), World Anti Doping Agency (WADA) and other international sports organisations to intervene in the Indian doping imbroglio ...



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