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Wednesday, November 16, 2005
South Africans will be no pushovers
Dravid feels India is ready for the challenge; fielding first will be the right option
England on the road to victory
Johan Botha a young talent for the future
It feels good to be back in India. And it feels better to have begun this series with a convincing win in our warm-up game. Admittedly, the opposition was not very strong, but the performance of the team has been in line with our recent ...
NEW DELHI: Nitin Kumar (37 not out) helped S. S. Khalsa School beat Jamia School by eight wickets and make it to the quarterfinals of the Sardar H. S. Sistani memorial inter-school cricket tournament here. The scores: Jamia School 61 in ...
Hodge likely to make debut
SYDNEY: Brad Hodge is expected to make his long-awaited Test debut on Thursday as Australia look to wrap up its Test cricket series against the struggling West Indies in the second Test at Hobart. Hodge, who battered the tourists' bowling ...
`It'll be different and difficult'
I don't believe that the pitches here can be a dampener to our attack, says Pollock
Shishir Patil shocks Varun
MYSORE: Unseeded Shishir Patil (Karnataka), an engineering student from RVCE, Bangalore, scored an upset win over top-seed Varun Gunasheelan (Tamil Nadu) 7-6 (3), 6-3 and entered the quarterfinals in the boys under-18 singles in the AITA Talent ...
Big win for HMT
BANGALORE: Hindustan Machine Tools Limited defeated host BEL Colony Youth Association's `A' team 6-1 to lift the trophy in the State level hockey tournament here on Tuesday. Sukumar scored thrice for the winner and was backed up by Prashanth, ...
Maharashtra puts paid to Bengal's hopes
Goa blasts Assam out of the tournament
Gajanana humbles Sporting
BANGALORE: Striking once in either half Sri Gajannana inflicted a 2-0 defeat on Mohammedan Sporting to register its second win in five matches in the B Division football league for the Bangalore Blues Cup at the football stadium here ...
Jaisha completes double
BANGKOK: O. P. Jaisha completed a double while Navpreet Singh expectedly took the shot put gold as the 11-member Indian athletics team wound up with a six-gold, on-bronze haul in the inaugural Asian Indoor Games on Tuesday. India also won the ...
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Tamil Nadu rallies to enter final
MUMBAI: Tamil Nadu, down 1-2 against Services A, surged to an exciting 3-2 victory for a place in the senior inter-State squash championships final. Three-time champion Maharashtra A overcame runner-up Delhi 4-1 in the second semifinal at the ...
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