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Thursday, April 29, 2004
Murali's `doosra' doesn't conform to ICC stipulation but should be allowed: UWA report
CHENNAI, APRIL 28. The tests conducted by experts at the University of Western Australia's School of Human Movement and Exercise Science on the Sri Lankan off-spinner Muttiah Muralitharan's bowling action have revealed that he was straightening ...
Fourth ODI also abandoned
ST. GEORGE'S (GRENADA), APRIL 28. Torrential rains washed out the fourth one-day International between the West Indies and England here on Wednesday. Match officials Darrell Hair of Australia and Eddie Nicholls of Guyana made the decision early ...
Akhtar appears before PCB Medical Commission
ISLAMABAD, APRIL 28. Three Pakistani cricketers, including `Rawalpindi Expresss' Shoaib Akhtar today appeared before the Pakistan Cricket Board's Medical Inquiry Commission in Lahore. All-rounder Abdul Razzaq and wicketkeeper Moin Khan also ...
Billiards & Snooker
O'Sullivan in semifinals
SHEFFIELD, APRIL 28.Ronnie O'Sullivan breezed through to the semifinals of the World championship after thrashing Anthony Hamilton 13-3 at the Crucible Theatre on Tuesday. O'Sullivan was in devastating form as he brushed aside Hamilton, notching ...
Sasikiran and Harikrishna finish joint second
DUBAI, APRIL 28. Grandmasters Krishnan Sasikiran and P. Harikrishna drew their ninth and final round games to finish joint second with 10 others in the Dubai International chess championship here. World junior champion 19-year-old Grandmaster ...
Karpov and the Cuban cause
HAVANA (CUBA): Former world chess champion Anatoly Karpov plans to participate in a Cuban attempt to break the Guinness world record for most people playing chess simultaneously. Organisers expect some 13,000 people to show up in the city of ...
Bedi the right choice
LAHORE: The selection committee, concerned about the dearth of quality spinners in Pakistan, has proposed to conduct a specialised clinic for spinners under the supervision of former Indian captain, Bishan Singh Bedi. Chief selector Wasim Bari ...
Tendulkar's priceless possession
NEW DELHI: Sachin Tendulkar may have received numerous accolades and awards from the day he started wielding his bat, but the ``priceless'' possession of them all is a card his daughter Sara made for him on his 31st birthday. ``Well, just this ...
LONDON: Paul Gascoigne, England's troubled former midfielder, while speaking of his long, difficult battle against alcoholism disclosed he had even considered suicide. Gascoigne, 36, who shot to international fame in the 1990 World Cup when he ...
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