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Cricket
Chavan gives Merchant XI five points
MUMBAI, MAY 24. Ankit Chavan's defiant unbeaten 87 helped Vijay Merchant XI take the first innings lead against Khandu Rangnekar XI in a second round league match of the 18th The Sportstar Trophy (under-19) Mumbai Cricket Association ...

Kick out weaker one-day teams: Ponting
HARARE, MAY 24. Australia captain Ricky Ponting has called for one-day cricket's weaker teams to be removed from the top flight on the eve of his team's limited-overs series against Zimbabwe. "The standard of some of the one-day sides from lesser ...

Other Stories

  • England smells victory; Strauss misses century
  • Tauqir sings a different tune
  • 38-run win for Gold Star Club
  • Century by Choudhary
  • Thumping win for Indian Airlines
  • Ravi powers CCF win
  • All-round display by Nitin
  • BCCI names probables for under-22 camp
  • Royal defeats Metro
  • Delhi Police posts win
  • Yashpal hits century
  • Hussain hits century, England wins

    Tennis
    Ahuja, Anklesria get past first hurdle
    MUMBAI, MAY 24. Maharashtra's Sagar Ahuja and Gujarat's Urvaksh Anklesria prevailed over their opponents Aman Tandon and Kunal Apte in three sets in the first qualifying round of the first Matunga Gymkhana all-India junior (under-14) ranking ...

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  • Rookie Haehnel halts Agassi with ease
  • Rushmi has it easy
  • Rastogi-Yi lose in final

    Hockey
  • IHF's new training schedule for probables

    Football
  • Real Sociedad humiliates Real Madrid
  • It's Monaco vs Porto, but Chelsea may end up winner
  • DDA posts win
  • Kootanda family emerges champion
  • Nilgiris DFA progresses

    Basketball
  • SAI, Sports School take titles

    Boxing
  • Usha wins bronze

    Carrom
    Ramesh in charge of carrom camp
    HYDERABAD, MAY 24. The first-ever residential coaching camp in carrom, organised by Sports Authority of Andhra Pradesh, will be formally inaugurated by G. Ashok Kumar, vice-chairman and managing director of SAAP, at Gachibowli on Tuesday. About ...

    Chess
    No problems for Humpy
    ELISTA, MAY 24. Koneru Humpy brightened her chances of making the third round of the Women's World chess championship, winning the first game of her second-round match against Peng Zhaoqin of the Netherlands here on Monday. While Humpy won as ...

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  • Vijay Keerthi emerges leader

    Globescan
  • Top lawyers to defend Murali

    Golf
  • Flesch wins at Colonial
  • Aditya triumphs
  • Pakistan players to play in Indian circuit

    Racing : Horse
    Great Crusader wins Kallar Plate


    Other Stories

  • Donyses works well

    Racing : Motor
    Sajjad, Sudhakar hog limelight
    BANGALORE, MAY 24. Sajjad Hussain bagged three titles in the four-wheeler section in the fourth round of the Base Terminal Dirt Track event held at Hassan on Sunday. In the two-wheeler category, Sudhakar Reddy emerged champion in the novice ...

    Narain Karthikeyan does India proud
    NEW DELHI, MAY 24. Racing ace Narain Karthikeyan, on Sunday, became the first Indian to win the Nissan World Series Race at Magny Course in France. Narain is the first Indian to reach the chequered flag triumphant in any international Formula ...

    Sailing
  • Sanjeev downs Harinath

    Sports : General
    Kerala women top pool
    KOCHI, MAY 24. Kerala stayed on course for its seventh consecutive title in the women's section by topping Pool `A' in the 49th Bharat Petroleum National ball badminton championship at the Rajiv Gandhi indoor stadium here on Monday. The Kerala ...

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  • Venkatesh wins tennikoit title

    Swimming
    Muraleedharan, Cherian fail to cross Palk Strait
    RAMESHWARAM, MAY 24. Kerala swimmers S.P. Muraleedharan and Wilson Cherian's attempt to cross the Palk-Strait ended in disappointment near here on Monday evening. Even after swimming nearly 40 km in a stretch between Talaimannar and Dhanushkodi ...

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  • Rohit dazzles

    World View
    Ivanisevic to retire at Wimbledon
    ZAGREB: Former Wimbledon champion Goran Ivanisevic plans to retire at the All England club where he won the only Grand Slam title of his 15 years on the circuit. "I've been thinking about it for the last two years," the 32-year-old said in the ...

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  • Sri Lanka turns down Pakistan's invitation
  • Malleswari aims for gold
  • Barnabas Koech wins Prague Marathon

    Wrestling
  • Juniors return with rich haul from Turkey



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