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Tuesday, November 23, 2004
Sehwag and Gambhir give India a rousing start
KANPUR, NOV. 22. A foggy morning gave way to a bright afternoon of entertaining cricket at the Green Park as India responded with a rousing start through Virender Sehwag and Gautam Gambhir. Giving an early insight into what lay in store for the ...
Right-left combination punch hurts South Africa
KANPUR, NOV. 22. The right-left combination punch hurt South Africa at the Green Park Stadium, and an Indian opening partnership was finally up and running. The runs flowed in a cascade, the stands buzzed with excitement and every thundering ...
Federer makes others shudder
HOUSTON, NOV. 21. Federer fatigue? Not as long as Roger Federer keeps dominating men's tennis in style. Rarely have an extended series of mismatches been more pleasing to the eye, and those few thousand fans who braved two lengthy rain delays ...
GURGAON, NOV. 22. Vivek Shokeen defeated Sergei Krotiouk of Russia 6-4, 7-5 in the first round of the third leg in the Satellite tennis circuit at the NTA Complex here on Monday. The victory not only boosted the confidence of the 17-year-old ...
Dhillon's `golden goal' takes Punjab Police into semifinals
NEW DELHI, NOV. 22. Baljit Dhillon's `golden goal' took Punjab Police past Namdhari XI into the semifinals of the Nehru hockey tournament at the Shivaji Stadium here on Monday. The regulation period had ended in a 2-2 draw, with Punjab Police ...
Blackburn's remarkable comeback
LONDON, NOV. 22. Blackburn recovered from 3-1 down to draw 3-3 with Birmingham in the Premier League on Sunday, but stayed at the bottom of the standings. Matt Jansen scored the opener for Blackburn at Ewood Park in the fourth minute off a ...
Billiards & Snooker
Gritty Advani survives
EINDHOVEN, NOV. 22. It was white-knuckle time for defending champion Pankaj Advani at the 2005 IBSF World snooker championship. Pitted against UAE champion Mohammed Joker in a vital Group F match, Advani was staring defeat in the face at 0-52 ...
Beauties in the brain game
KOCHI, NOV. 22. As the pretty girl lazes near the Casino Hotel lawns here, you realise that chess is slowly shedding its stuffy image. With her short tops, tight mini skirts and long graceful legs, Russian Ekaterina Korbut could easily give ...
Harikrishna in sole lead
KOCHI, NOV. 22. After taming the aggressive Armenian Tigran Petrosian in the morning, Indian Grandmaster P. Harikrishna played it safe on Monday evening in the World junior chess championship at the Casino Hotel here. "Two games a day are too ...
Racing : Motor
Sports : General
Income Tax keeps its hopes alive
BANGALORE, NOV. 22. It was a must win situation for the Income Tax, after last night's defeat at the hands of formidable Indian Overseas Bank (Chennai), to keep its hopes alive for a Super League berth. And the Hyderabad boys did it in style, ...
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