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Rohan Gavaskar replaces Kaif
KOLKATA, JAN. 3. Bengal's Rohan Gavaskar will replace the injured Mohammad Kaif in the Indian one-day squad for the VB ODI Tri-nation series in Australia. The decision was taken here on Saturday after the National selectors along with the ...
Pressure is now on the Aussies
What an outstanding batting display by India in Sydney! The Indians have brought the mighty Australians down to their knees with a clinical effort. Sourav Ganguly's men now have a great opportunity to make history as the first Indian team to ...
Tragedies made Schalken stronger
CHENNAI, JAN. 3. He sports a serious look, smiles rarely and measures his words while making a statement. Perhaps, tragedies make one a tough man. Twenty-seven-year-old Sjeng Schalken the No.1 Dutchman and ranked 18 in the world ...
Sanaa takes under-18 title
NEW DELHI, JAN. 3. Rupesh Roy and Sanaa Bhambri walked away with the under-18 boys and girls titles respectively in the AITA junior Masters tennis tournament at the DLTA Complex here on Saturday. On a sunny afternoon, Rupesh was stroking ...
Somdev, Mustafa, Punna advance
CHENNAI, JAN. 3.Indians Somdev Dev Varman, Mustafa Ghouse and Punna Vishal advanced to the second round of the Tata Open qualifying event at the Nungambakkam Stadium here. On Saturday, Somdev quelled a spirited challenge of Jonathan Erlich of ...
Not really the strongest squad
CHENNAI, JAN. 3. Measured by any yardstick, the Indian hockey team for the Azlan Shah Cup is not the strongest possible. But to dismiss the composition as insignificant, or even incompetent is unacceptable when evaluated against the backdrop of ...
Thumping win for Panjab
KARAIKUDI, JAN. 3. Defending champion Panjab University, Chandigarh, posted a 6-2 victory over Maharishi Dayanand (MD) University, Rohtak, to enter the semifinal round robin league of the all-India inter-University hockey tournament for women ...
Vijayan shines in JCT Mills' win
MARGAO, JAN. 3 I M Vijayan's brace enabled JCT Mills Phagwara to edge out Churchill Brothers 2-1 in the seventh round of the eighth National Football League (NFL) match being played here at the Nehru Stadium Fatorda today. For the winner, I M ...
Mary makes merry
KOZHIKODE, JAN. 3. Mary Ann Gomes made it five out of five when she scored an easy win over a woefully out-of-form J. Rajasurya in the sixth round of the Kajah second National sub-junior chess super league at the Chess India Complex here on ...
Sports : General
National Youth Games postponed
BANGALORE, JAN. 3. The National Youth Games, which is Karnataka Olympic Association's most ambitious venture since the National Games of 1997, should have begun tomorrow here, but when KOA was busy making all arrangements, the State Government, ...
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