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Monday, March 21, 2005
Kumble spells Pakistan's doom
KOLKATA, MARCH 20. His eyes lit up with every strike, his face sported a wide grin, and this unassuming man, in a moment of triumph, even raised his arms in the manner of a conqueror. Anil Kumble continues to hound Pakistan. From New Delhi to ...
Kumble: more records tumble
** Younis Khan (147 & 0) became the 10th Pakistan player to record a century and a duck in the same Test. It was the 12th such instance for Pakistan cricket, with Imtiaz Ahmed and Asif Iqbal doing so on two ...
Alonso turns on the heat
KUALA LUMPUR, MARCH 20. Fernando Alonso led from lights to flag on a two-stop strategy to win; his triumph gives Renault its second consecutive Grand Prix victory. Jarno Trulli's second-place finish was the first podium finish for Toyota ...
Clijsters beats Davenport, takes title
INDIAN WELLS, MARCH 20. Former World No. 1 Kim Clijsters defeated top-ranked Lindsay Davenport on Saturday to win her second Pacific Life Open tennis title in three years. Clijsters, who withdrew during last year's tournament with a wrist ...
One of the better wins but not the best: Ganguly
KOLKATA, MARCH 20."It is one of the better victories. It feels very satisfying,'' effused the Indian captain Sourav Ganguly after India beat Pakistan by 195 runs in the second Test at the Eden Gardens on Sunday to take 1-0 lead in the three-Test ...
Gilchrist pounds Kiwis
WELLINGTON, MARCH 20. Damien Martyn scored 165 and Adam Gilchrist 162 as Australia declared its first innings at 570 for eight on Sunday to take overwhelming control of the second cricket Test against New Zealand. The pair put on 256 in little ...
Punjab all set to upset Mumbai
MUMBAI, MARCH 20.Punjab is well on its way to turn the tables on Mumbai and enter the Ranji Trophy final. First Yuvraj Singh and Dinesh Mongia and thereafter, Pankaj Dharmani and Gaurav Gupta showed their competence to deal with pressure and take ...
Services blanks Andhra Pradesh
HYDERABAD, MARCH 20. Services dished out an object lesson in the art of scoring to the youthful Andhra in recording an emphatic 6-0 win in a Pool `D' match of the 61st senior National hockey championship for Rangaswamy Cup at Gachibowli Complex ...
Billiards & Snooker
Anand stays ahead
MONACO, MARCH 20. Viswanathan Anand emerged as an early leader by maintaining his winning sequence on the second day of the Amber blindfold and rapid chess tournament here on Sunday. After blanking Alexie Shirov in Saturday's blindfold and ...
Sports : General
Rathore leads brave new generation
Last month, just by chance, the hopeful and the hero met. She was a discouraged swimmer, he was India's saint with a shotgun. She said she didn't have a coach, she mentioned the federation wasn't helping. He, the gentleman warrior, listened. And ...
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