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Monday, April 18, 2005
Pakistan clinches one-day series
Inzamam's focus was to retain wickets till the end overs and then give the charge.
CRICKET-ALL IN THE GAME
A collective effort
Inzamam will return a pleased man in more ways than one.
Convincing victory for IHF Juniors
IHF Juniors has virtually sealed a place in the quarterfinals
Ameya, Ayub, Rayomand do well
COIMBATORE: It was pretty hot and humid the whole day long, but Ameya Walavalkar of Mumbai, Rayomand Banajee of Pune and Ayub Khan of Chennai tackled the tough conditions well to claim a double each in the first leg of the eighth JK Tyre ...
India has to reassess its strategy and strengths, says Rahul Dravid
Musharraf's presence boosted team's morale: Inzamam
Unsung heroes behind Kotla success
Chetan Chauhan, Radhey Shyam win highest accolades for their professional approach
Titanium romps home
CHENNAI: Except in its name there was little challenging about Pondicherry Young Challenger's as Titanium Kerala romped home 7-0 winner on Sunday in a Group IV match of the NFL second division qualifying tournament at the Nehru stadium. ...
Radcliffe, Lel win London Marathon
My body was strong to go with my mind. It was totally different.
Indiranagar Club bags title
BANGALORE: Indiranagar Club defeated Koramangala Club 4-0 and emerged champions in the Fastrack Eye Gear inter-club badminton tournament which concluded recently. The results (final): Indiranagar Club bt Koramangala Club 4-0 (Vijay ...
Siddarth enters final
BANGALORE: H.S. Siddarth will fight it out with M.C. Srivas in the boys' under-10 singles of the Mehul Sirur memorial sub-junior badminton championship at the Canara Union courts here on Sunday. Swathi Poorvisha scored a hard-fought 11-7, ...
Sir, Hats off to Shahid Afridi for playing a dream innings. In scoring 102 off 46 balls, he proved that his effort of scoring the fastest century (off 37 balls) against Sri Lanka a few years ago was not a flash in the pan. One could not ...
Racing : Horse
Aleksei wins J.D. & Peggy Banatwalla Trophy
MUMBAI: Aleksei, ridden by C. Alford, won the J.D. & Peggy Banatwalla Trophy, the main event of the races here today. The winner is owned by Mr. D. Khaitan, rep. Soom Stud Farms Pvt. Ltd. Vijay Singh trains the winner. 1. BYCULLA CLUB ...
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