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End of a glorious chapter
HYDERABD, NOV. 15. When the match between India and New Zealand came to a close, it marked the end of a memorable chapter in the history of Hyderabad cricket. In all probablity this would be the last international match to be played at the Lal ...
Bichel, Hogg looking forward to final
KOLKATA, NOV. 15. The Eden Gardens has charmed many cricketers in the past with its glorious tradition, electrifying ambience and magnificent setting. Australia's Andy Bichel and Brad Hogg are the recent ones experiencing the heady feeling of ...
Other Stories

  • Rajasthan bundled out for 97
  • Mumbai dismisses Delhi cheaply
  • Ananthapadmanabhan checks Railways
  • Steady start for Karnataka


    Tennis
    Akgul subdues Megha, clinches title
    PUNE, NOV. 15. Akgul Amanmuradova subdued Megha Vakharia in the final of the $10,000 NECC-ITF women's tennis tournament, sponsored by National Egg Co-ordination Committee played at the Deccan Gymkhana centre court. The towering Uzbek ...


    Badminton
    Ensure a strong base, advices Yong Yi
    BANGALORE, NOV. 15. The former National coach of China, Jiang Yong Yi called on the game's administrators in the country, to ensure a strong base for badminton. Only a proper foundation can produce talented players at regular intervals and make ...


    Chess
    Humpy continues run; third defeat for Aarthie
    KOZHIKODE, NOV. 15. The fine run of Koneru Humpy is still on. Incredibly, she has now posted 11 wins on the trot in the Oilum 30th National women's `A' chess championship and set a National record for the highest number of consecutive wins in a ...
    Soumitra holds Poobesh
    BIKANER, NOV. 15.Just like in the previous edition of the championship at Nagpur, Pune-boy Soumitra Mujumdar came out with honours even against S. Poobesh Anand to provide the only surprise outcome of the third round of the National junior chess ...


    Golf
    Ashok Kumar bags Masters title
    DIGBOI, NOV. 15.Twenty-one-year-old Ashok Kumar, playing only his second year as a professional, romped home with the SERVO Masters Golf title here today. Beginning the day with a solitary stroke lead, Ashok bogeyed the last two holes but that ...


    Racing : Motor
    Karandip in lead
    BANGALORE, NOV. 15. Karandip Singh and co-driver Jaidas Menon of Team MRF took a 36-second lead at the end of Leg 1 in the Movva Rally de Bangalore, the sixth and penultimate round of the MAI Indian National Rally Championship, here on ...



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