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SHOOTING
India reaps a rich harvest
NEW DELHI, MARCH 13 Olympic silver medallist Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore outshone his coach Russel Mark while ace markswoman Anjali Bhagwat seemed determined to erase her disappointing show at the Athens Olympic Games as India reaped a rich ...

THE GREG CHAPPELL: COLUMN
Pressure of expectation finally told on India
A delicious little irony was evident in the dying stages of the Mohali Test. As Kamran Akmal stumped Virender Sehwag in the shadows of the evening he also swept up the Man of the Match award. Had India been able to win the Test match it is most ...

A familiar Indian story
MOHALI, MARCH 13.Great sides can create a victory out of nothing, and Australia's remarkable win in the Christchurch Test reflects just this. Then there are teams, aspiring for greatness, which stumble at the footsteps of a triumph, India's ...

BILLIARDS
Indians need to raise their standard
MALTA, MARCH 13. A strong eight-member Indian contingent, which includes coach Subhash Agrawal, arrived at the Dolmen Hotel, here in Malta to begin the quest for the IBSF World Billiards title. Of the seven who are here, four cueists — ...

Cricket
Pakistan veterans win
SILCHAR, MARCH 13. Riding on Humayun Farhat's 78, Abdul Qadir XI beat Kapil Dev XI by six wickets in an exhibition match for raising tsunami relief funds here today. Humayun's innings, studded with nine fours and four towering sixes, fetched ...

Teams arrive for second Test
KOLKATA, MARCH 13. The Indian and Pakistan teams arrived here on Sunday evening for the second Test starting on Wednesday. The two sides were received at the airport by Cricket Association of Bengal officials and the players were taken to the ...

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Tennis
Rough ride for Roddick; Agassi has it easy
INDIAN WELLS, MARCH 13.Andy Roddick survived a scare in his opening match at the Pacific Life Open on Saturday, winning a third-set tiebreaker to beat Spanish left-hander Fernando Verdasco 6-3, 3-6, 7-6 (2). Roddick, ranked No. 3 in the world to ...

Chance for Indians to garner points
KOLKATA, MARCH 13. With the two Davis Cup singles campaigners — Harsh Mankad and Prakash Amritraj, staying out of the field, the remaining names in the senior men's hierarchy are aiming for precious ranking points in the third ITF Futures ...

Hockey
Comfortable win for PSB
NEW DELHI, MARCH 13. Strikers Mandeep Singh and Kulwinder Singh scored two goals apiece to steer Punjab and Sind Bank (PSB) into the super league of the National hockey championship here on Sunday. Mandeep opened the floodgates early on before ...

Pakistan emerges winner
KARACHI, MARCH 13. Pakistan scored a goal in each half to beat traditional rival India 2-0 in an emotionally charged final of the four-nation junior hockey tournament today. Pakistan captain Shakeel Abbasi connected Mohammad Akhtar's pass from ...

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Football
Musah nets winner
KOLKATA, MARCH 13. DTDC Tollygunge Agragami beat State Bank of Travancore 1-0 to begin its second phase campaign of the IX National Football League on a triumphant note at the Salt Lake Stadium here on Sunday. The all-important goal was scored ...

Manchester United marches ahead
LONDON, MARCH 13.Manchester United reached the English FA Cup semifinals, gaining some consolation after being knocked out of the Champions League earlier in the week. Defending champion Manchester United piled it on at Southampton, winning ...

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Badminton
`Camp should have lasted at least three weeks'
HYDERABAD, MARCH 13. The performance of the Indian players in the ongoing All-England badminton championships has left former chief National coach and Dronacharya award winner, S. M. Arif, a disappointed man. Speaking to The Hindu here ...

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