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Tuesday, April 19, 2005
It really feels like a dream come true
When we landed here six weeks ago, I had never imagined that we would be going back home at the end of the series in a special flight to attend a public reception. It really feels like a dream come true. Accolades are pouring in from all ...
ICC rejects Ganguly's appeal
Beloff did not accept the argument that heat was the reason for failing to achieve the over rates.
It isn't cricket to demonise Ganguly
Ganguly may not deserve to be deified; on the other hand, he doesn't deserve to be demonised either
India and China in same group
NEW DELHI: The initial reaction was of dread when the Delhi Chief Minister, Sheila Dikshit, drew India's name alongside the top-seeded China in Pool A of the Fed Cup Asia-Oceania tennis tournament to be played at the DLTA Complex here from ...
Henin-Hardenne clinches title
Rafael Nadal holds his nerve to win Monte Carlo Masters
Air-India confirms place in last eight
CHENNAI: Identifying the qualifiers and configuring them into the second stage quarterfinal slot, which begins on Wednesday, proved an interesting exercise even as another day passed by in the MCC-Murugappa Gold Cup hockey tournament at the ...
Luck favours Mahindra
KOZHIKODE: : Mahindra United, Mumbai, was lucky to escape with a 2-1 win over a fighting State Bank of Travancore in a 9th ONGC-National Football League match at the Corporation stadium here on Monday. However, successful in getting the three ...
Sasikiran plays it safe
MALMO: K. Sasikiran played it safe against overnight leader Moldova's Viorel Iordachescu to secure a 32-move draw in the third round of the Sigeman & Co. chess tournament here on Sunday. In the only drawn game of the day, Sasikiran and his ...
New York sweetens bid with huge incentives
BERLIN: Sweetening its bid with financial and promotional incentives, New York promised to market every Olympic sport for free in the seven-year period leading up to the 2012 Summer Games. With 80 days to go before the vote, ...
Racing : Horse
Hugo and Aerosat catch the eye
MUMBAI: Hugo and Aerosat caught the eye when the horses were exercised here on Monday morning. Outer sand: 1,000m: Hector (Rupesh) 1-5, 600/38.5. Pushed. 1,400m: Avantage (Shelar) 1-34, 600/40. Pressed. 1,600m: ...
Oriental Forest for main event
UDHAGAMANDALAM: Oriental Forest may score an encore in the Class II Memories Plate (1,400m), the main event of the races to be held here on Tuesday morning. 1 MEMORIES PLATE (1,400m), Cl. II 11-30 a.m.: 1. Great Occasion (3) Babul 60, ...
Sports : General
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