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Sound batting by India `A'
AHMEDABAD, NOV. 24. After Amit Bhandari had mopped up the Sri Lanka `A' tail, in the two deliveries he bowled on Monday, to finish with six for 55, the India `A' batsmen seemed to be in mood to collar the bowling at the Motera. For almost the ...
Indians face experimental Victorian side in tour opener
MELBOURNE, NOV. 24. The strong Indian batting line-up of Sachin Tendulkar, Rahul Dravid and skipper Sourav Ganguly will begin its preparation for the first Test against Australia, facing an experimental Victorian side in a three-day match from ...
Kale goes to court
MUMBAI, NOV. 24.Abhijit Kale has taken the legal route to fight back, following the suspension pending inquiry imposed on him by the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) and enforced by its affiliate, the Mumbai Cricket Association (MCA). ...
Kale inquiry at Vizag
VISAKHAPATNAM, NOV. 24. The inquiry into the allegation that a Maharashtra Ranji player, Abhijit Kale offered a bribe to two National selectors, will be conducted here from Nov. 29. The Chairman of the Bar Council of India, D.V. Subba Rao, the ...
HCA to serve notice to Vanka Pratap
HYDERABAD, NOV. 24. The Hyderabad Cricket Association will serve a show-cause notice to Ranji discard Vanka Pratap for alleging that he was approached by a member of the Association in connection with the India `A' team selection, M. Ranga Reddy, ...
Other Stories

  • M.P. well placed
  • HP restricts Services
  • Winning start for Kiwi eves
  • Ganguly vows to win a few games
  • Haryana poised for big win
  • Maharashtra gains lead
  • Vidarbha under pressure
  • Orissa in command
  • Delhi concedes lead but keeps hopes alive
  • Andhra consolidates
  • Satish, Sukhwinder frustrate Hyderabad
  • Tamil Nadu struggling
  • Punjab recovers after shaky start
  • Mumbai 126 for three
  • Rajasthan takes lead


    Tennis
    Vinod Sridhar dismisses Mazur
    NEW DELHI, NOV. 24. Vinod Sridhar was in an intensely competitive frame of mind as he dismissed Dmitri Mazur of Uzbekistan 6-3, 6-3 in the opening round of the $10,000 ITF Futures tennis tournament at the DLTA Complex here on Monday. Though it ...


    Hockey
    Indian Airlines storms into final
    NEW DELHI, NOV 24.In what will be a repeat of last year's title clash, Indian Airlines will take on Punjab Police in the final of the Nehru hockey tournament here on Tuesday. In Monday's semifinals at the Shivaji Stadium, Indian Airlines ...


    Badminton
    Manavi Rao goes down fighting
    THANE, NOV. 24.Karnataka's Manavi Rao stretched Maharashtra's Sampada Sahastrabudhe before running out of breath in an enthralling girls singles qualifying match of the 28th junior National badminton championships on Monday. The former fought ...


    Sports : General
    Prakurthi surprises one and all
    BANGALORE, NOV. 24. On an action packed opening day host Karnataka grabbed three gold medals out of the eight that were at stake in the 22nd senior National taekwondo championship at Sree Kanteerava indoor stadium here on Monday. In the men's ...


    Weightlifting
    Indian women grab four Olympic quota places
    NEW DELHI, NOV. 24. Despite finishing without a medal, the Indian women's team earned four Olympic quota berths at the just-concluded World weightlifting championships at Vancouver, Canada. India ended up eighth in the women's team ...



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