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Saturday, October 30, 2004
Australia conquers the `Final Frontier'
NAGPUR, OCT. 29. What Steve Waugh had longed for and Ricky Ponting had dreamt of, Adam Gilchrist achieved. Australia captured its first Test series in India in 35 years with a resounding 342-run victory on the fourth day of the third Test match ...
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An extraordinary triumph
By winning the Border-Gavaskar Trophy, the Australians have achieved an extraordinary success. Captain Adam Gilchrist's emotional response just after the game showed how much this victory meant to them. For the Indians it was a terrible defeat ...
Pigeon and Dizzy: a lethal combo
NAGPUR, OCT. 29. If `Pigeon' McGrath doesn't get you, `Dizzy' Gillespie surely would. Roll back the years, and the exploits of Jeff Thomson and Dennis Lillee would rush through the memory lane. Then they said, `If Thommo doesn't get you, Lillee ...
Sehwag, Kapil among most explosive batsmen: Wisden
NEW DELHI, OCT. 29. Indian batsmen Kapil Dev and Virender Sehwag have been endorsed by Wisden as two of world's fastest scoring Test players in a list topped by Australian wicketkeeper-batsman Adam Gilchrist. According ...
Punjab enters final
NEW DELHI, OCT. 29. Ever heard of a shoe-lace costing a match! The rare happening, cruel as it was, shattered a thousand Manipuri hearts at the Ambedkar Stadium as substitute Tiken Singh scored in the last minute of the extra time but in the ...
Thirty years on, you can still hear the rumble
The point about sport is its ephemerality. It is the key to sport's enduring appeal. Sport not only intensifies life's dramatic elements but also despite its sense of self-importance provides constant reminders of the transient ...
Indian men out of medal contention
MALLORCA, OCT. 29. For a brief while on Thursday the planetary positions looked ideal for India. Not only was India looking at a huge victory over Poland in the 13th and penultimate round but also welcoming some very encouraging results on the ...
VIJAYAWADA, OCT. 29. Aditya Vikas clinched the FIDE-rating round robin chess tournament title at the Chenupati Ramakotaiah Kreeda Pranganam here on Friday. Tied for the top spot on 10 points with Chandrahawsa, the Koya principle was applied to ...
Pradeep holds Himanshu
VIJAYAWADA, OCT. 29. Reigning runner-up Himanshu Sharma was held to a draw by Pradeep Arora, while eighth-seeded M. Vinoth Kumar lost to Amit Sharma in the opening round of the National youth (under 25) chess championships at the Chenupati ...
Jeev, Jyoti slip to tied 17th
NEW DELHI, OCT. 29. Jyoti Randhawa and Jeev Milkha Singh played contrasting rounds but finished the day on a matching note to be tied 17th after the second round in the 120 million Yen ABC golf championship in Hyohgo, Japan, on Friday. Randhawa ...
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