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VIEW FROM PAKISTAN - MOIN KHAN
Pakistan is determined to bounce back
It is hard for any team to bounce back in a three-Test series after losing the first Test by a wide margin, but still I believe we have the ability to put a much-matured performance in the remaining two Test matches. We have to believe in ...
Yan Chong, Melanie in final
MUMBAI, APRIL 2. Yan Chong Chen, oozing raw power and wristy strokeplay, reduced fourth seed Montinee Tangpong to a bundle of nerves in the International Tennis Federation women's Futures singles semifinals. The muscular Chinese, using all ...
Serena, Roddick advance
KEY BISCAYNE, APRIL 2. Playing her first tournament since July, Serena Williams advanced her comeback into the final of the Nasdaq-100 Open tennis by beating Eleni Daniilidou of Greece 6-4, 6-4 on Thursday. U.S. Open champion Andy Roddick and ...
Yogesh, Settu in semifinals
BANGALORE, APRIL 2. The top two seeds, Yogesh Shah of Gujarat and S. Settu of Tamil Nadu, entered the 45 and above singles semifinals of the Indian Oil Servo veterans invitation tennis championship at the Century Club courts here on Friday. ...
SAI, Major Ports advance
KOLKATA, APRIL 2. Sports Authority of India (Eastern Centre) and All-India Major Ports won their Indian Oil Servo 109th Beighton Cup hockey tournament in contrasting style here on Friday. SAI boys put up a cohesive play to rout West Bengal ...
Anand wins rapid title
NEW DELHI, APRIL 2.World rapid chess champion Viswanathan Anand had to be satisfied with the title in the shorter version of the game on the concluding day of the Amber blindfold and rapid chess tournament at Hotel Grand in Monte Carlo on ...
Sorenstam sets her sights high
LOS ANGELES, APRIL 2. After a disappointing finish in the first LPGA major of the year, Annika Sorenstam has set her sights on three-fourths of a Grand Slam. The LPGA's six-time player of the year couldn't recover from a second-round 76 and ...
Sports : General
Jetty Joseph leaps to long jump gold
ISLAMABAD, APRIL 2. She is no Anju George, but Jetty Joseph had her moment under the sun as she won the long jump gold with a modest 6.30 metres jump, as the athletics programme unfolded at the Jinnah Stadium in the ninth SAF Games here on ...
Ronak Pandit beats Jaspal Rana
ISLAMABAD, APRIL 2. Ronak Pandit did what nobody has done in two editions of the SAF Games. The 19-year-old Mumbai lad beat Jaspal Rana, the man who won 16 gold medals in the last two editions in Chennai and Kathmandu, by nearly 10 points in the ...
Sprints and Jumps Academy in Madurai
COIMBATORE, APRIL 2. The Sprints and Jumps Academy to be set up in Madurai by the Sports Development Authority of Tamil Nadu (SDAT), Chennai, will not only benefit local athletes, but also sprinters and jumpers from all over Tamil Nadu. The ...
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