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Wednesday, April 06, 2005
Dhoni's dream knock leaves Pakistan dazed
VISAKHAPATNAM, APRIL 5. There was a noticeable slide in the Indian innings after Virender Sehwag's exit, as the initiative provided by the opener was lost due to Sourav Ganguly's unsure ways in the middle. The Indian captain had dropped himself ...
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A giant leap by Dhoni
Bob Woolmer, the meticulous coach that he is, must have spent a lot of time in the last two days working out ways and means to put the skids on the Indian batsmen. Sehwag and Dravid would probably have consumed most of his time given their ...
Astle, McCullum join run feast
NAPIER, APRIL 5.Celebration and despair worked in tandem as New Zealand amassed 561 on the second day of the first cricket Test against Sri Lanka at McLean Park on Tuesday. Hamish Marshall celebrated his highest score in Tests, 160, and was ...
Atwal misses title by a whisker
DULUTH (GEORGIA), APRIL 5.Taking Indian golf to new heights, Arjun Atwal produced the best-ever result by an Indian on the US PGA Tour, coming within striking distance of the $5 million Bellsouth Classic title here. In a tournament reduced ...
Rajesh sparkles for Tirunagar Rainbow
MADURAI, APRIL 5. Rajesh's five for 29 helped Tirunagar Rainbow register a five-wicket win over Crescent CC in the Indian Bank-Madurai District Cricket Association second division league here on Sunday. The scores: First ...
Shruti shocks Julia
MUMBAI, APRIL 5. Indian wild card entrant Shruti Dhawan shocked fourth seeded Russian Julia Vorobieva, globally ranked 396 places above her, in the singles first round of the ITF women's tennis tournament here on Tuesday. Shruti, who was ...
Winning start by Martinez, Pierce
AMELIA ISLAND (FLORIDA), APRIL 5.Previous winners Conchita Martinez of Spain and Mary Pierce of France led the way on Monday in the first round of the Bausch and Lomb Championships Martinez and Pierce both advanced with straight set wins. ...
SBT holds Mohun Bagan
KOZHIKODE, APRIL 5. State Bank of Travancore has gone without a win in the ONGC NFL so far. On an overcast Tuesday evening, the bankmen, however, managed to avoid a loss for the first time in their last seven games, as they held former champion ...
Tamil Nadu ahead
JAIPUR, APRIL 5. Tamil Nadu, with 22 VPs, was on top at the end of the first round of the quarterfinal league in the National bridge championship being held here. Maharashtra `D' (21), Maharashtra `A' (17), WBBA `B' (13), West Zone (11), ...
AUSB chairman calls for better coordination among varsity players
CHENNAI, APRIL 5. Velammal Engineering College (Chennai) received the award for emerging champion in Zone 1 at the Anna University sports function here on Monday. Prof. A. Vijayakumar, Chairman, Anna University Sports Board, welcomed the ...
Randhawa, Jeev to battle for berth in British Open
KUALA LUMPUR, APRIL 5.Jyoti Randhawa would lead a strong group of six Indians who will vie for a place at the prestigious British Open when the 36-hole International Final Qualifying Asia begins here tomorrow. Other Indians hoping for a trip ...
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