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Saturday, November 13, 2004
There will be fireworks as usual at the Eden
KOLKATA, NOV. 12. In a season of festivities, the least expected is an emotional contest between India and Pakistan. The one-off clash between the two archrivals at the Eden Gardens on Saturday is expected to be another high-voltage encounter ...
INZY'S INSIGHT - THE INZAMAM-UL-HAQ COLUMN
We can make it four in a row
Five years is a long time in a cricketer's life. When we last played at the Eden Gardens in 1999 little did I think that on my next trip to Kolkata I would be the captain of the side. It sure feels great to return to this historic venue leading ...
Is all this being done to protect one individual, asks Kapil Dev
NEW DELHI, NOV. 12. The latest twist to the chucking episode, according to some former stars, appears to legalise the illegal. All, they conclude, is for the benefit of one individual Muttiah Muralitharan. The delivery the ...
`We have come here to win'
MUMBAI, NOV. 12. The South African captain Graeme Smith, at 23 his country's youngest ever, is hopeful that a few heroes would emerge out of this whistle stop tour of India. Smith, himself a punishing batsman with an average close to 60, has ...
`The craze has doubled'
KOLKATA, NOV. 12. "It's a big match for us," said Ganguly about the one-dayer against Pakistan on Saturday. "In fact, India-Pakistan matches are always very big. As far as we are concerned, we are treating this as any other one-dayer and will ...
Greul to meet Kedriouk
GURGAON, NOV. 12.Sunil Kumar failed to capitalise on the openings and lost 6-7(5), 2-6 to the third-seeded Simon Greul of Germany in the semifinals of the first leg in the ITF Satellite tennis circuit at the NTA Complex here on Friday. It was a ...
Germany rallies to hold New Zealand
ROSARIO (ARGENTINA), NOV. 12. Olympic champion Germany rallied twice from a goal down to draw a spirited New Zealand 2-2 and remain unbeaten in the women's Champions Trophy on Thursday. Australia earned its first win by edging China 1-0, and ...
Harika in sole lead
HERAKLIO (GREECE), NOV. 12.Woman Grandmaster Dronavalli Harika took the sole lead in the World under-14 section at the end of the ninth round of the World youth chess festival here. Parimarjan Negi lost one game, drew one and won one to be just ...
Abhijit Kunte maintains lead
KOLKATA, NOV. 12. Indian Grand Master Abhijit Kunte maintained his lead by drawing his sixth game against the top seeded Aleksej Alexandrov of Belarus in 10 moves in the Alekhine Chess Club organised International Open at Gorky Sadan here on ...
Racing : Horse
Mumbai season from Nov. 18
MUMBAI, NOV. 12.The Mumbai winter racing season will get underway here from November 18 and conclude on May 1, 2005 according to the prospectus issued here by Royal Western India Turf Club (RWITC). Until last year, a lengthy programme of 55 ...
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