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Friday, November 18, 2005
A special match for Dravid
He can become one of India's greatest captains, says Chappell
West Indies' batting woes continue
A professional display
Hyderabad: The South Africans displayed opportunism and resilience to move ahead in the one-day series here on Wednesday. When the side won a vital toss, the pacemen hunted the Indian batsmen like a pack of wolves. And when the host clawed its ...
Krishnamurthy to meet BCCI members on Nov. 23
MUMBAI: Mr. T.S. Krishnamurthy, former Chief Election Commissioner and the Supreme Court nominated observer to oversee the election part of the Board of Control for Cricket in India's 76th AGM (adjourned) at Kolkata on November 29, has agreed to ...
Trescothick may return home
FAISALABAD: Marcus Trescothick, the opening batsman who led England in the absence of Michael Vaughan during the first Test against Pakistan this week and made 192, may have to return home after an accident to his father-in-law, thus robbing ...
A thrilling draw
BANGALORE: BUFC and Mohammedan Sporting were involved in a thrilling 3-3 draw in the `B' division football league for the Bangalore Blues Cup at the football stadium here on Thursday. For BUFC, Harish netted a brace in the 54th and 73rd ...
Mukesh Kumar scores par in first round
Hanoi: Windy condition on a tough golf course took its toll as Mukesh Kumar alone came back with a par round of 72 among the ten Indians in the opening round of the Carlsberg Masters 2005. Mukesh, who was two-under after 15, double bogeyed the ...
Racing : Horse
Golden Bell may score
NEW DELHI: Golden Bell, who is at a tidy handicap, is expected to score in the upper division of the Good Faith Plate, the main event of the races to be held here on Friday (Nov.18). False rails (width about 5m from 900m to the winning post) ...
Racing : Motor
Sports : General
TN women's teams for National Sports Festival
MADURAI: The Tamil Nadu State women's teams (Hockey, handball and tennis) to participate in the 31st National Sports Festival to be held at Bilaspur from Nov. 23 to 26 were selected after trials at Madurai on Nov. 13. The teams will be leaving ...
Special cricket World Cup
NEW DELHI: The inaugural Special Olympics World Cup for cricket will be held in Mumbai from November 6 to 10, 2006. India was chosen as the venue after Special Olympics Asia-Pacific on Thursday appointed Kapil Dev as its global goodwill ...
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