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What's wrong with Tendulkar?
ADELAIDE, DEC. 13.Once again India is on the ropes in a Test match in Australia. Despite a wonderful come back by the Indian bowlers, the top order batsmen squandered a great opportunity to make the Test match safe on a beautiful batting wicket ...
Laxman and Dravid offer India some hope
ADELAIDE, DEC 13.India is fighting with itself, inflicting self-destructing blows against an opposition that has begun to discover limitations within its attack, but yet does not give up. The pitch is benign but not as considerate as the ...
Kumble and Dravid's distinction
Ricky Ponting's 242 is the highest score by an Australian batsman against India. He went past Justin Langer's 223 at Sydney in January 2000. Ponting also overhauled Kim Hughes' 213 in January 1981, the previous highest by any Australian against ...
Arun Prakash and Isha corner glory
NEW DELHI, DEC. 13. After a heavy spell of rain overnight, there was a lot of smiles on the Indian faces in the afternoon, under bright sunshine, as R. Arun Prakash and Isha Lakhani captured the boys' and girls' titles respectively in the Asian ...
Malaysia's no to India's second-string team
NEW DELHI, DEC. 13.India's participation in the Azlan Shah Cup tournament to be held in Kuala Lumpur next month is in jeopardy because the Malaysian Hockey Federation (MHF) is not willing to allow 'second string team' to take part and thus ...
No stopping Ganguly
KOZHIKODE, DEC. 13.Pete Sampras, said Fred Perry once, moves like oil. Maybe you can say the same about the way Surya Shekhar Ganguly, the Indian Oil staffer from Kolkata, has made his moves so far at the 41st National men's `A' ...
Sports : General
Agnishwar sets record
CHENNAI, DEC. 13. Among the several new meet records that were set in the National School Games swimming meet, currently in progress in Surat, was J. Agnishwar's 02:45.44 in the boys' under-14 200m breaststroke. The Tamil Nadu swimmer eclipsed ...
Results go on expected lines
MANESAR (HARYANA), DEC. 13.Results flowed on expected lines and justified the seeding in all but two cases as the process of identifying the teams for the pre-quarterfinals neared completion on the opening day of the Hero Honda 65th National and ...
Bengal wins team title
NEW DELHI, DEC. 13.Heavyweight Rakesh Patel defeated Bhagat Singh of Uttar Pradesh 6-1 to help Bengal win the team title in the freestyle category, in the National wrestling championship, which concluded in Puri, Orissa, recently. Patel's medal ...
Deepali claims title
HYDERABAD, DEC. 13. Deepali Deshpande of Maharashtra successfully overcame time pressure to claim the women's 50-metre prone rifle crown in the National shooting championships at the Sports Authority of Andhra Pradesh range, located in the ...
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