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Wednesday, April 20, 2005
Right replacement for Wright needed
I don't have to say that the entire country is disappointed with our performance in the ODI series. All credit to Pakistan for winning the series 4-2 after being down 0-2. In winning the last four games in a row, the Pakistan players showed their ...
Indians need rest and a fresh start
India will wonder what went wrong after such a good start to the six match one-day series. Having led the series 2-0 after the first two games it is hard to comprehend how they lost the series 2-4. It is too simplistic to say that India played ...
Uzbekistan has it easy against Philippines in a Group `II' match
NEW DELHI: Akgul Amanmuradova served a warning to the rest of the teams in group `II' as she powered Uzbekistan past Philippines in the Fed Cup Asia-Oceania tennis tournament at the R. K. Khanna Stadium here on Tuesday. The 19-year-old Akgul ...
Army XI staves off Airlines' challenge
CHENNAI: None would have bargained for a more sensational end for the part one of the MCC-Murugappa Gold Cup hockey tournament on Tuesday. In a pulsating contest, the Army XI, leading 5-1 till midway in the second-half, managed to stave off a ...
India's rating at an all-time low
LONDON: Pakistan has reached its highest rating since December 2003 in the LG ICC ODI table, improving by one point from 109 to 110 after its 4-2 series win in India. India's rating, however, fell by one point and its new rating of 97 is the ...
Sehwag's batting is phenomenal
Sehwag gave us grey hairs trying to find ways to dismiss him!
Gayanga beats Sidhanth
BANGALORE: Lucky loser from Sri Lanka W. Gayanga toppled top seed Sidhanth Baruthoki 4-6, 7-6 (7-5), 6-3 in the second round of the boys under-14 singles of the Kim's AITA talent series tennis tournament at the KIM's tennis academy courts here ...
Venkatesan on the rampage
CHENNAI: Venkatesan hammered in three goals in the first half and sneaked in another in the dying minutes as Madras Sporting Union overran Young Challengers 8-1 in an uneven National Football League division II contest, at the Nehru Stadium on ...
Diganth posts narrow win
BANGALORE: Diganth scored a narrow 21-18 victory over R.N Suraj in the boys' under-16 section to enter the main draw of the third Shivraj Memorial State badminton ranking tournament here on Tuesday. The results: Boys (U-16) singles ...
Sasikiran stuns Hansen
MALMO: Grandmaster Krishnan Sasikiran outclassed GM Curt Hansen of Denmark and jumped into joint lead after the end of the fourth round of Sigeman chess tournament here. Sasikiran took his tally to three points and joined leaders Hikaru ...
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