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Thursday, March 31, 2005
STRAIGHT TALK: THE SOURAV GANGULY COLUMN
Sehwag and Younis batted like champions
I just cannot convey how disappointing it was to lose to Pakistan in Bangalore. We have saved Test matches in the past from far more difficult situations than we were in during the final Test and we should have done so this time as well. But it ...
THE GREG CHAPPEL COLUMN
India paid the price for a negative mind-set
Most of the soul-searching will be done in India in the next weeks, and while tickertape parades may not be seen in Pakistan, muted celebrations will be in evidence all around the nation. Inzamam-ul-Haq and Bob Woolmer will return to Pakistan ...
Pakistan romps home in style
HYDERABAD, MARCH 30. Pakistan, after restricting India `A' to 189 for seven in a match reduced to 45 overs per side, romped home in 41 overs at the Visaka Stadium here on Wednesday. Shoaib Malik, with a few lusty hits late in the day, remained ...
Punjab and Sind Bank reigns supreme
HYDERABAD, MARCH 30.Punjab & Sind Bank (PSB), Jalandhar, emerged champion in the 61st senior National hockey championship for Rangaswamy Cup defeating Indian Oil Corporation (IOC) 2-0 at Gachibowli Complex here on Wednesday night. The bankmen ...
Sensible batting by Railways
MOHALI, MARCH 30. Railways, propelled by some sensible batting by its top order, dented the Punjab attack to produce an intense day of cricket at the PCA Stadium as the first day of the Ranji Trophy final failed to attract a single spectator here ...
Sri Lankan board offices sealed
COLOMBO, MARCH 30. The offices housing the Sri Lankan cricket board have been sealed as a newly-elected rebel committee and one appointed by the government shape up for an open confrontation for control of the country's richest sports body. ...
Mudassar hits 109
NEW DELHI, MARCH 30. Mudassar Rashid hit 109 runs to set up South Delhi Colts' 159-run win against Prachar Club in the pre-quarterfinal match in the all-India Nehru memorial cricket tournament here. The scores: South ...
Chetan Sharma misses century
GURGAON, MARCH 30. Opener Chetan Sharma missed a century but Haryana made a comfortable 264 for four on the opening day of the Ranji Trophy Plate division final here on Wednesday. Sharma (95) and his partner Bageshwar Bisht (50) justified ...
Venus gets past Serena
KEY BISCAYNE, MARCH 30.Venus Williams ended a streak of six consecutive losses to her younger sister Serena by winning 6-1, 7-6(8) on Tuesday in the quarterfinals of the Nasdaq-100 Open. Meeting for the first time since July 2003, the sisters ...
Andhra athletes for Delhi National camp
HYDERABAD, MARCH 30. Four athletes from AP have been selected to attend a national coaching camp, which is to be conducted by the AAFI at the J.N. stadium, New Delhi, from April 1. The camp is being conducted to prepare Indian athletes to take ...
Indian Airlines, BSB eliminated
MUMBAI, MARCH 30. Indian Airlines and Bank Sports Board were major casualties in the men's team section of the 34th Senior National and inter-State carrom championships, going down 1-2 and 0-3 respectively despite presence of quality players in ...
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