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Saturday, December 10, 2005
Champions Trophy gets underway
India would look to make amends
Injury concerns for the host; Sachin continues quest for the 35th
Kiwis will be boosted by Fleming's return
CHRISTCHURCH: A reinvigorated New Zealand cricket team is likely to be further lifted by the return of captain Stephen Fleming in the third match of the Chappell-Hadlee limited overs series against Australia here on Saturday. The teams ...
Lankans have the firepower to rattle India
I read with interest that Rahul Dravid wants a `quickish' pitch at Kotla for the second cricket Test. It is a legitimate concern, for an under-prepared spinning track could well play into the hands of Murali. It is not a one-day but a Test ...
Bahutule, Patel rescue Maharashtra after early slump
NEW DELHI: Debutant Mukesh Dewan gave Delhi a flicker of hope towards the close of play on the first day after Sairaj Bahutule and Munaf Patel had rescued Maharashtra from a near slump in the Elite Group A Ranji Trophy league match at the Jamia ...
Rain affects play
CHENNAI: Inclement weather allowed only 32 minutes of play on the first day of the Ranji Trophy Elite Group `A' contest between Tamil Nadu and Karnataka at the M.A. Chidambaram Stadium on Friday. On a day of dark skies and a persistent ...
Inzamam wary of an England comeback
Lahore: Pakistan captain Inzamam-ul-Haq said his confident team would be wary of an England comeback in the five-match ODI series starting here on Saturday. ``Our win in the Tests has given us confidence, but I still think England is a very ...
Indians finish with a flourish
KOLKATA: : Indian eves completed the domination over their English counterparts, winning the last match by 38 runs at the Eden Gardens to wrap up the series 4-1 here on Friday. Karuna Jain scored a chanceless century (103) to help the host ...
Rich in experience, Nooijer is the toast of Dutch side
Chennai: As a midfield striker, he's easily one of the best in contemporary hockey. His dribbling skills, exceptional speed, quick change of direction and trajectory of shots, can hoodwink even the toughest of defenders. The 29-year-old Teun de ...
Yadava College bags men's title
MADURAI: Yadava College Madurai won the men's team championship in the Madurai Kamaraj University inter-collegiate athletic meet, which concluded on Friday. Lady Doak College won the women's team championship. Individual champion: ...
Billiards & Snooker
Parimarjan Negi fails to survive day of surprises
NEW DELHI: The pressure of expectation proved too much for young Parimarjan Negi. This immensely gifted top seed in the boys under-14 section crashed to a surprise loss at the hands of far lesser-rated Iranian Porya Dereni in the third round to ...
Racing : Horse
Jaspal Rana proves a point
HYDERABAD: For those who had written him off as a spent force, he served a reminder of his class with a gold-medal winning act at the Sports Authority of Andhra Pradesh (SAAP) range here on Friday. Although 29 and apparently not in peak form or ...
Sports : General
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