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Friday, December 26, 2003
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Tribute to Semmangudi
Peace with Pak.
Waugh's men keen on settling scores
MELBOURNE, DEC. 25. While still steeped in tradition, cricket at the Melbourne Cricket Ground has moved on. The new look MCG, with renovation work still on, is a testimony to the changing times as India and Australia prepare for a Test that could ...
India `A' makes it a merry Christmas
KOLKATA, DEC. 25. India `A' rose to the occasion and pulled off a resounding 89-run victory over Pakistan `A' in a league match of the Kenstar Asian `A' tournament at the Eden Gardens here on Thursday. India posted a mammoth 329 for six in 50 ...
India aiming for third win at MCG
The Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) has a rich history and tradition. Although the trees and flower beds that once ringed the ground have been replaced by massive concrete stands, the MCG, the venue for the first ever Test in March 1877, has ...
THE GREG CHAPPELL COLUMN
The special allure of Boxing Day Tests
MELBOURNE, DEC. 25. Boxing Day is a festival that dates back to Roman times. It is thought to have started with the gift-giving custom called strenae. The early Christian church adopted the custom by placing boxes in the churches in ...
Gladwin in both finals
NEW DELHI, DEC. 25. Peter Agnel Gladwin, who has been winning consistently, made it to the finals of both events in the DSCL National sub-junior tennis championship here on Thursday. In Gladwin's game, there is no room for defence. He attacks ...
IBF to distribute $1 million for development projects
BANGALORE, DEC. 24. The International Badminton Federation (IBF) is set to distribute over $1 million in 2005 to its five Continental Confederations for development projects, IBF President Korn Dabbaransi announced after the conclusion of the ...
Sethuraman holds Negi
NEW DELHI, DEC. 25. Tamil Nadu's P. Sethuraman held second seed Parimarjan Negi to be part of a seven-player leaders' group with 4.5 points each after five rounds of the Parsvnath National (under-11) chess championship at the Bapu Samaj Sewa ...
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