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Sunday, September 18, 2005
It was just a hollow win for India
Bulawayo: There are victories and victories. Some are hard-fought battles unto death, others insouciant celebrations of superiority. Few are hollow, still fewer pyrrhic. India's innings win in less than four days over Zimbabwe at the Queen's ...
ALL IN THE GAME
Ganguly should quit gracefully
There is simply no room for Ganguly in Indian cricket's new scheme of things. The sooner he accepts this reality the better for him, writes Nirmal Shekar
Captain, coach head off in different directions
It becomes imperative for the Indian Board to get involved
Sania Mirza hoping for the best
KOLKATA: Sania Mirza, the top Indian woman in world tennis, said that she hoped to return to winning ways in the $1,70,000 WTA Sunfeast Open. Seeded third in the main draw of the biggest women's tournament in the country, Sania said that she was ...
Racing : Horse
Sports : General
Dipika bags a double
MUMBAI: Dipika Pallikal, displaying skills and control worthy of a champion, overcame second seed Anvesha Reddy in straight games in both U-19 and U-15 finals between Tamil Nadu players. The 13-year-old Dipika picked up Rs. 18,000 for the U-19 ...
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