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Cricket
Match drawn, but Indian morale takes a beating
MELBOURNE, NOV. 27. The Indians were left to do a lot of soul-searching after the unfancied Victoria Bushrangers piled on a massive 518, built around a record 264 by Brad Hodge, on the third and final day of the tour opener here on Thursday. ...
Salute to a gladiator of substance
From January 6, 2004, or whenever the fourth and final Test of the India-Australia series ends in Sydney, cricket will never, ever, be the same again for a good number of people. Watching the game, many of us would feel as if we are watching a ...
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  • Dinesh, Vijay at the helm


    Tennis
    Harsh overcomes Jasper
    NEW DELHI, NOV. 27. Harsh Mankad lived up to his stature and brought off the right strokes at the right time in overcoming the big-serving and fluent-stroking Jasper Smit of the Netherlands 6-3, 7-6 (7-3) in the quarterfinals of the $10,000 ITF ...
    Tata Open: Bhupathi to wait for Leander's final word
    CHENNAI, NOV. 27. The strongest singles field ever assembled in the tournament's eight-year history in Chennai may not excite fans quite as much as the possibility of Mahesh Bhupathi and Leander Paes resuming the infamous, celebrated partnership ...


    Football
    Can Goa usurp Kolkata's supremacy
    KOLKATA, NOV. 27.One aspect seems to overshadow a host of speculations that stand together as prelude to the eighth edition of the National Football League's elite division: will Goa reassume itself as the country's supreme footballing force or ...
    Govt. HS, Dimapur rallies to beat Dumdum Kumar Ashutosh Institute
    NEW DELHI, NOV. 27. Government High School, Dimapur, rallied twice to beat Dumdum Kumar Ashutosh Institute, Kolkata, 3-2, in a league match of the Subroto Cup junior football tournament at the Ambedkar Stadium here on Thursday. Sakotemjen ...


    Athletics
    New records by Sasikala, Shabeen Rahman
    TIRUCHI, NOV. 27. M. Sasikala and F. Shabeeb Rahman, both of Jamal Mohamed College (JMC), recorded new distances in the hammer throw (women) and shot put (men) events respectively at the 22nd Bharathidasan University inter-collegiate athletic ...
    Youth National Championship from today
    BANGALORE, NOV. 27. Hope floats as the HUDCO Youth National athletic championship commences at the Sree Kanteerava Stadium here on Friday. Nearly 550 participants from 21 States are expected to compete in the tenth edition of this championship ...


    Badminton
    Gayatri edges out Varsha
    THANE, NOV. 27. Gayatri Kochak of Maharashtra showed that extra edge to nose out Karnataka's Varsha Belwadi in a pulsating second round match of the girls singles individual events matches in the 28th junior National badminton championships on ...


    Basketball
    Bangalore stuns Annamalai
    CHENNAI, NOV. 27. Bangalore brought off a sensational victory over last year's all-India champion Annamalai University, Chidambaram 72-60 and moved into the four-team summit league of the South Zone inter-University men's basketball championship ...


    Squash
    Smooth sailing for seeds
    KOLKATA, NOV. 27. The seeds had a smooth sailing in the initial rounds of the National squash championship here at the Calcutta Racket Club on Thursday. The top four seeded players including the country's No. 1 Ritwik Bhattacahrya (Delhi), second ...


    Table Tennis
    PSPB, Tamil Nadu enter knockout stage
    KOCHI, NOV. 27. Defending champion PSPB Academy and runner-up Tamil Nadu posted comfortable wins and cruised into the boys' knockout stage (pre-quarterfinals) of the 65th LIC junior National inter-State table tennis championships at the Rajiv ...


    Volleyball
    AP subdues Rajasthan
    DAVANGERE, NOV. 27. Former champion Andhra Pradesh had the ignominy of coming through the lower rungs of the tournament. But that did not seem to affect it and instead had added determination in its effort to make it to the second phase of the ...



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