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Monday, December 27, 2004
Shaun Pollock, Makhaya Ntini destroy England
DURBAN, DEC. 26. Whatever disasters strike, there is always the consolation of cricket with its constantly changing pattern of comedy, tragedy, dramatic irony and farce. We had all these factors on Sunday when England was put in to bat on the ...
A difficult decision to arrive at: Leipus
DHAKA, DEC. 26. Andrew Leipus termed his decision to quit his position as physiotherapist of the Indian cricket team as a difficult one to arrive at. "It is the best job in the world that I have got, and to chuck it and go and do something ...
Youhana dons the skipper's role perfectly
MELBOURNE, DEC. 26. Stand-in captain Yousuf Youhana blazed his maiden hundred against Australia as Pakistan rebounded from a drubbing in Perth to reach 318 for six at stumps on Sunday, the opening day of the second cricket Test. Pakistan was ...
Tamil Nadu takes first innings lead
KOLKATA, DEC. 26.Tamil Nadu brightened its semifinal chances by taking a 91-run first innings lead over Punjab on the second day of the quarterfinal of the Under-15 cricket for the Poly Umrigar Trophy here today. Opener L. Suryaprakash scored a ...
A dream come true for the minnows of the game
DHAKA, DEC. 26. When push came to shove, Bangladesh finally delivered with a win. The occasion made it all the more momentous. It was Bangladesh's 100th one-day International since making its debut in the Asia Cup in Sri Lanka in ...
IA beats France
NEW DELHI, DEC. 26. The French had a taste of real Indian hockey on Sunday when they lost 2-1 to Indian Airlines in a friendly match at the Shivaji Stadium here on Sunday. Bimal Lakra and Dhanraj Pillay scored for the local side while Nicolas ...
Indians need to raise the bar
BIKANER, DEC. 26.In the space of one day and two rounds, Indian fortunes turned for the better in the on-going Asian junior chess championship. And with five rounds to go, another twist to the tale cannot be ruled out. When the action resumes ...
Two share top spot
VIJAYAWADA, DEC. 26. I. Ramyakrishna of Andhra Pradesh and Bhakti Kulkarni of Goa shared the lead with four points each at the end of fourth round in the National under-13 chess championship for boys and girls at the DRR Indoor Stadium here on ...
Three in joint lead
KOZHIKODE, DEC. 26. B. Prathyusha of Andhra, M. Thejaswiny of Tamil Nadu and Suman of Uttar Pradesh are leading with four points each at the end of the fourth round in the girls' event of the National under-7 chess championship at the Chess India ...
Sports : General
Hmangte starts with a flurry
KOLLAM, DEC. 24. World Champion M.C. Merycom Hmangte needed just 10 seconds to stamp her class in the 5th National senior women's boxing championship at the Kadappakada sports club here on Sunday. With a flurry of punches, Merycom had her ...
Delhi, Goa win
CHENNAI, DEC. 26.Delhi beat Karnataka 8-1 to win the men's category of the Senior National baseball championship in convincing style here at the University Union Ground today. In the women's final, Goa beat Karnataka ...
Maiden title for HSIDC
HASSAN, DEC. 26. Haryana State Industries Development Corporation's maiden men's title triumph in the National super volleyball league came as a big boost to the team that has waited for four years to achieve this. In the last match of the ...
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