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India `A' bowlers have the last laugh
PUNE, DEC. 2. The India `A' bowlers dictated terms as the host won the second `Test' by an innings and 92 runs against Sri Lanka `A' here on Tuesday. There was little resistance from the Sri Lanka `A' batsmen who succumbed to a combination of ...
Can the Indians buck the trend?
BRISBANE, DEC. 2. The Indians are discovering themselves in an atmosphere that looks hostile on the surface. The players, from the two tour games thus far, are clearly battling to come to terms with the pace, bounce and the cricket culture ...
Giles puts Lanka on the backfoot
GALLE, DEC. 2. We only had time for overture and beginners as the first day of the opening Test splashed and spluttered in the rain, the bane of the coastal plain. So far it has killed two of three one-day internationals here but 60 overs were ...
Other Stories

  • Draw can take India to fifth place
  • Maharashtra fights back
  • Mazumdar hits hundred
  • Sharath completes century; Tamil Nadu makes 372
  • Railways back on track
  • N.P. Singh wrecks Karnataka


    Tennis
    Somdev stops Qureshi's run
    MUMBAI, DEC. 2. Somdev Dev Varman opened the door for fellow Indian challengers to pick up priceless dollars and circuit points by knocking out favourite Aisam Qureshi in the first round of the $10,000 International Tennis Federation's men's ...


    Squash
    Vora, Harinderpal advance in qualifying round
    CHENNAI, DEC. 2. There were just two matches in the first day's programme in the qualifying phase of the PSA super satellite Chennai Open at the SDAT-TNSRA courts on Tuesday. Both the matches involved Indians, with Harinderpal Singh beating ...


    Table Tennis
    Soumyajit, Swarna triumph
    KOCHI, DEC. 2. The two took time to settle down, had their moments of worry. And in the end, it made their victory taste all the more sweeter. The SAI-Centre of Excellence's Soumyajit Sarkar and Tamil Nadu's J. Swarna celebrated their maiden ...


    Volleyball
    Karnataka women enter quarterfinal league
    DAVANGERE, DEC. 2. Karnataka joined Haryana in the quarterfinal league of the women's section in the 52nd Senior National volleyball championship. At the District stadium courts here this evening, with a boisterous crowd cheering them to the ...



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