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Cricket
A Gordian knot for the Indians
ADELAIDE, DEC 10. Forget the past. What a simple `mantra' for the Indian team! Forget the success. Forget the failures. Just shut the past out and look ahead. What has happened has happened and will not always help you tackle the present and the ...
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India should follow its captain's lead
ADELAIDE, DEC. 10. Before I met Sourav Ganguly I had a view of him that was distorted by distance and the misinformation that was often reported as fact by the sporting media. I suspect from comments attributed to them that many of his opponents ...
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    Tennis
    Sanam quells Divij's challenge
    NEW DELHI, DEC. 10. They are two lads who make you proud by being among the top-10 in the junior world. The only problem is that they are tough to beat as a doubles pair. When they are out on court on their own, they find their territory too ...


    Football
    Agragami holds a lacklustre Bagan
    KOLKATA, DEC. 10. Former champion Mohun Bagan came up against the strong defensive ploy of local rival DTDC Tollygunge Agragami and lost two crucial points as it was held to a goalless draw in a third round match of the VIII National Football ...


    Chess
    Humpy loses to Neelotpal
    KOZHIKODE, DEC. 10. Like India's cricket captain Sourav, Grandmaster Surya Shekhar Ganguly too has reasons to feel that life can be pretty good. He came here shortly after winning the Asian zonal meet in Dhaka and thus qualifying for the next ...


    Swimming
    Palangappa silences his rivals
    HYDERABAD, DEC. 10. Hoots of derision greeted Thambukthira Chengappa Palangappa's 9.7 score in the first shot of the men's 50 metre rifle prone final of the National shooting championships at the Sports Authority of Andhra Pradesh range here on ...


    Table Tennis
    Poulomi, Indu and Mantu upset
    NEW DELHI, DEC. 10. Favourite Poulomi Ghatak was among the top four seeds who bowed out of the women's singles quarterfinals of the National ranking (North Zone) table tennis championship here on Wednesday. Ghatak surrendered to the seasoned ...



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