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Cricket
Sehwag stands tall amid ruins
LAHORE, APRIL 7. Only a rampant Virender Sehwag stands between a resurgent Pakistan and a series-levelling victory following an eventful three sessions at the Gaddafi Stadium on Wednesday. Even as the third day of the second Samsung Test ended ...

The power and limits of symbolism
Sport is essentially trivial. It's an end in itself, indulged in for its own sake, unfolding according to its own laws. It means nothing and can therefore mean anything. It easily becomes charged with symbolic values. And there are few phenomena ...

Other Stories

  • Century by Selvamani
  • Suhail does it for Sonnet
  • KG Dreamz Corporate Cup from April 10
  • SBM emerges champion
  • Hat-tricks by Aakash and Hooda
  • Waqar feels it's time
  • Ganguly backs Dravid
  • Six-wkt. win for Tellicherry CC
  • Murali's great to watch: Waugh
  • Indian women to play tri-series in Sri Lanka
  • Attingal CC posts win
  • Ellora beats Konark
  • S.V. College posts win
  • S.G. Sports in quarterfinals
  • Sher Singh slams century
  • Ramkumar is skipper
  • Easy for Gush Club
  • Big win for DCF
  • Sridhar simply superb

    Tennis
  • Navratilova's comeback bid stalled
  • Shikha overcomes Lizaan; Rushmi, Ankita advance

    Hockey
  • TNEB enters final
  • CoS shocks BSF
  • Indian eves to tour Down Under
  • No sweat for AOC

    Football
    Kick-off and go... al!
    According to The Sun, striker Marc Burrows, a British non-league footballer, scored the world's fastest-ever goal — in just two seconds! Burrows made full use of the strong wind and scored straight from the kick-off mark. He said: ...

    Other Stories

  • A day of surprises
  • Mahindra United, Al Wahda in goalless draw
  • East Bengal pips Island FC
  • Sivakumar shines

    Asian Games
    Fusion of colour and splendour at closing ceremony
    ISLAMABAD, APRIL 7. It was a fusion of colour, light and splendour, as the curtains came down to vibrant music and breathtaking pyrotechnics, on the ninth SAF Games at the Jinnah Stadium here on Wednesday night. In keeping with the party mood, ...

    Badminton
  • Gopichand sees stagnation at senior level
  • Kanetkar bows out

    Carrom
  • Shrenika clinches title

    Chess
  • Vinuthna on top

    Golf
  • Use slower balls, says Palmer

    Sailing
  • Gautam-Vaid duo triumphs

    Sports : General
  • Creditable show by Indians
  • Sivan, Mohamed share honours
  • SAK camps
  • Jagadeesh selected for National Child Award

    Wrestling
    Rathore is World No. 1
    NEW DELHI: World Cup gold medallist Major Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore has taken over the No. 1 spot in double trap shooting in the latest world ranking issued by the International Shooting Sport Federation (ISSF). Rathore, who had recently won ...



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