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Tuesday, March 29, 2005
Inzamam caps hundredth Test with victory
BANGALORE, MARCH 28.At the Chinnaswamy Stadium that was a cauldron, minutes ticked by agonisingly on an emotionally draining final day of an engrossing old-fashioned Test that ended with just 6.1 overs remaining. As the shadows lengthened, the ...
INSIDE SPORT -- BY ROHIT BRIJNATH
Ganguly's batting form is cause for concern
More than most, watching him has been distressing. If he was never beautiful, it would not really matter so much, just another batsman out of form. But he was evocative, a cool stylist, as if he was batting on an Armani catwalk, or auditioning ...
Two-year ban for Kanwalpreet
HYDERABAD, MARCH 28. The Indian Hockey Federation (IHF) has decided to ban Punjab Police player Kanwalpreet Singh for two years with immediate effect for assaulting Deepak Thakur during the Raja Ranjit Singh Memorial hockey tournament in New ...
A Test of highs and lows
** Virender Sehwag's run aggregate of 544 runs was the most by an Indian in a home series against Pakistan. He went past Sunil Gavaskar's 529 runs in six Tests in the 1979-80 series. ** Sehwag's ...
Safin loses cool and contest
KEY BISCAYNE, MARCH 28. Marat Safin threw, kicked and cursed his racket but couldn't make it behave and went on to lose 7-6(6), 6-1 to Dominik Hrbaty in the third round of the Nasdaq-100 Open on Sunday. The combustible Safin, ranked fourth, ...
Harsh Mankad and Sunil Kumar pair records facile win
BANGALORE, MARCH 28. As 30,000 fans stayed rooted to a riveting Test contest between India and Pakistan at the M. Chinnswamy Stadium, there were not many spectators at the KSLTA Stadium, where the $15,000 ITF men's Futures tennis championship got ...
India holds Germany
KUALA LUMPUR, MARCH 28. World champion India narrowly escaped defeat in managing to hold Germany to a 1-1 draw in the six-nation under-21 hockey tournament here, after the Europeans completely dominated play on Monday. India team conceded the ...
Talent spotters not too happy
HYDERABAD, MARCH 28. The mind-boggling schedule of the on-going 61st senior National hockey championship for the Rangaswamy Cup has put the organisers as well as the players under duress because of the heat and the intensity of the matches. But ...
Record entries for Nationals
MUMBAI, MARCH 28. India's leading carrom talents R.M. Shankara, Sandeep Deorukhkar in men and S. Apoorve and Nirmala Parimi among women will be on view in the 34th National and inter-state carrom championship from March 29 to ...
Racing : Horse
Cherub runs with good chance
Gigi wins main event
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