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Wednesday, December 29, 2004
Give the power back to the umpires
The whole issue of legal bowling actions in the modern era has become a joke. Harbhajan Singh has become the latest victim of a flawed system. Either a bowler throws or he doesn't. If he throws he should be called on the field of play at the time ...
Australia takes control of second Test
MELBOURNE, DEC. 28. Australia capitalised on a depleted opposition bowling attack and another Pakistan batting collapse to seize control of the second cricket Test on Tuesday. Pakistan was reeling on 85 for five at stumps on day three, an ...
Memorable stand by Trescothick and Strauss
DURBAN, DEC. 28. Marcus Trescothick and Andrew Strauss, exhibiting heroic qualities in fighting for a lost cause, batted themselves to the point of exhaustion at Kingsmead on Tuesday as they put together 273, one of the finest opening stands in ...
Sports : General
Rathore's achievement silver lining for Indian sport
NEW DELHI, DEC. 28.Success juxtaposed with defeat, disappointment with elation and despair with hope as Indian sports traversed yet another eventful year in 2004. If Major Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore rewrote history books to win India's first ...
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