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Western Railway on course
BANGALORE, APRIL 22. Eastern Railway was set a huge task of scoring 449 runs in 40 overs by Western Railway on the penultimate day of the all-India inter-Railway cricket tournament at the Rail Wheel Factory ground here. The title is thus in the ...

Other Stories

  • Vaas closes in on 300 mark
  • Salwan HS edges out Santhome HS
  • Of marriage and mellowing down...
  • Sivasankari in sole lead
  • Three hit centuries
  • Whatmore to replace Miandad?
  • Quality Inn Residency Hotel triumphs
  • National CC tops table
  • Lara keen to get back
  • Ranjith's century in vain
  • Unbeaten century by Raju
  • ICC, ZCU to continue dialogue
  • Pot Market posts win
  • Four-wkt. win for Income Tax
  • I respect MacGill's decision: McGrath

    Tennis
  • Ankita puts India ahead
  • Coria, Safin move up
  • Mansigh has it easy

    Hockey
    Improved India holds Australia
    SYDNEY, APRIL 22. Elevating the quality notches above from the insipid show against the Malaysians on Wednesday, India produced spells of exotic fare to push Australia to the brink of defeat but eventually settled for a 2-2 draw in the men's ...

    Other Stories

  • India toys with Sri Lanka
  • Olympics: India, Pakistan in different pools
  • SBI stuns APSRTC

    Football
    Diego Maradona: the tragic twilight
    God to devil. Hero to villain. All conquering genius to whining everyman. Immortal champion to flawed mortal. Invincible superstar to an all-too-vincible, bloated, cocaine-addicted caricature. Awe-inspiring icon to an object of pity, fighting for ...

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  • Porto holds Deportivo
  • Dempo downs Churchill Brothers
  • AG's TN triumphs

    Badminton
  • Kanetkar advances

    Basketball
  • TNEB (Chennai) in quarterfinals
  • State sub-junior meet
  • St. Patrick's camps begin

    Billiards & Snooker
  • O'Sullivan tips Maguire for future glory

    Boxing
  • Vitali hopes to keep family dream alive

    Chess
  • Sasikiran in joint second position
  • New format for Dortmund tournament
  • Nimmy, Athira and Aswathy share lead

    Racing : Motor
  • Senna remembered at Imola
  • F-1 drivers honour Senna
  • Second round of JK Tyre championship on April 25

    Sports : General
  • SAAP to conduct water sports camp
  • Atkinson quits ITV Sports
  • Mukesh inaugurates coaching camps



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