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Monday, October 17, 2005
Muralitharan's brilliance brightens up the day
SYDNEY: : Cricket has rarely seen an alluring smile like Muttiah Muralitharan's, nor has the game been recently visited by a player of such engaging cheerfulness. In an era of mostly stone-faced practitioners, duly promising us `hard' ...
Laxman's omission defies all logic
Kumble foresees positives for India under Dravid
Eyeing the 500 Test-wicket landmark personally
Rugut holds sway in half marathon
Vivek Shokeen, the man to watch
NEW DELHI: Vivek Shokeen will be the player to watch out for in the DSCL National tennis championship beginning at the DLTA Complex here on Monday. The 18-year-old Delhi lad who gave a good account of himself in the four-week Satellite ...
Glorious double for Sai and Sikki
NANDYAL: : Size didn't matter in the finals of the Nandi Pipes sub-junior National badminton championships that concluded at the Nandi Pipes Badminton Academy courts here on Sunday, but skill did. Three of the four singles winners were shorter ...
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