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We need to relax once in a while: Ganguly
MELBOURNE, DEC. 24. It is a tale of two captains — one on his final lap and the other on the threshold of making history. One has seen it all and conquered all. The other has a long way to go. This Test means so much for Steve Waugh and ...
Indians not worried by Lee's return
MELBOURNE, DEC. 24. The return of speedster Brett Lee is expected to add teeth to the Australian attack even though the Indians are not concerned. Sourav Ganguly wondered if Lee would be the same force without Glenn McGrath at the other ...
Must-win situation for India, Pakistan
KOLKATA, DEC. 24. Opening game losses to Sri Lanka has meant India and Pakistan are in a must win situation when they play the third league match of the Asian `A' triangular cricket tournament at the Eden Gardens here on Thursday. To ensure a ...
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    Peter Agnel Gladwin has it easy
    NEW DELHI, DEC. 24. The cold was bone-chilling, to put it mildly. The wind was bringing down the temperature a lot further, by the minute. The conditions looked particularly unfavourable for the top seeds in the boys' section as they bit the ...


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    Parimarjan beats Sandipan
    NEW DELHI, DEC. 24. Parimarjan Negi overpowered Sandipan Chatterjee and joint-favourite Y. Sandeep got the better of M. Shyam Sunder to share the lead with three points each with nine others after the third round of the National (under-11) chess ...


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    Sarwate - a thorough gentleman
    MUMBAI, DEC. 24. For cricket aficionados with a sense of history, a visit to Indore was incomplete without meeting Syed Mushtaq Ali and Chandu Sarwate. Known for his fearless stroke-making and style, Mushtaq Ali turned 89 recently. His famous ...



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