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Sunday, March 06, 2005
Winning lead for India
NEW DELHI, MARCH 5. The move proved a masterstroke, and captain Leander Paes sported a big smile, as the Indian team took an unbeatable 3-0 lead against China in the Davis Asia-Oceania group `I' tie at the R. K. Khanna Stadium here on ...
Look out for car No. 19
The Saturday before each race day was going to be and will be a very important day in the entire qualifying process. There are two practice sessions and then the very important first qualifying session. I finished ninth overall ...
THE GREG CHAPPELL COLUMN
India better-equipped of the two teams
The serenity and natural beauty of Dharamsala might have helped ease pre-tour tensions for the Pakistan players but it will not help them sleep any more easily leading into the first Test. Coming off a poor tour of Australia, Inzamam and his team ...
Visually impaired team feted
BANGALORE, MARCH 5. The Erin Foundation and the Samarthanam Trust felicitated H.A. Nethraraj, skipper of the Karnataka blind cricket team, along with his teammates for their win in the recent National cricket for the blind tournament at ...
Weather dampens Pakistan's spirits
DHARAMSALA, MARCH 5. Left to the Pakistani cricketers, they would have preferred to be on their way to Mohali this afternoon instead of risking injuries on the soggy outfield of the Dharamsala Stadium. In the end, they were relieved to be done ...
Australia in command
SYDNEY, MARCH 5.Australia defeated gritty Austrian doubles combination to take an unassailable 3-0 lead in their Davis Cup first-round tie on Saturday, setting up a likely quarterfinal with Argentina. The Australian pair of Todd Woodbridge and ...
Kasparov sitting pretty with victory over Kasimdzhanov
LINARES, MARCH 5.Favourite Garry Kasparov scored over World champion Rustam Kasimdzhanov to take a huge leap towards winning the City of Linares chess tournament. Kasparov's victory with black pieces in a ninth-round encounter took his tally to ...
Utpal Desai wins
BANGALORE, MARCH 5. Utpal Desai of Intel won the 0-12 handicap section of the AMCHAM inter-corporate golf tournament played at the Karnataka Golf Association course here on Saturday. Rajendra Patil was the runner-up. Former cricketer Javagal ...
Racing : Horse
Invitation Cup wears an open look
CHENNAI, MARCH 5. Sunday afternoon, the historic Madras Race Club's expansive Guindy Race Course is the magnet for all turf aficionados, who are sure to throng the enclosures to witness the 43rd India's premier invitation race, the Indian Turf ...
Racing : Motor
Minardi imbroglio threatens Australia's chances
MELBOURNE, MARCH 5. Minardi's bid to override race stewards at the season-opening Grand Prix with legal action in a local court has infuriated F1's governing body and jeopardised Australia's standing as a host for auto racing world championship ...
Sports : General
CHENNAI, MARCH 5. The Squash Rackets Federation of India clarified on Saturday that, "it is neither the recommending authority, nor the deciding authority, in respect of cash awards that are given to sportspersons by the Government of ...
RSB Kolkata triumphs
CHENNAI, MARCH 5. RSB Kolkata chalked out a comfortable 3-0 win over RSB Baroda in the women's team final in the all India civil services table tennis tournament here on Saturday. Other results: Men: third place: RSB ...
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