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Sunday, December 11, 2005
Climbing Mount Tendulkar
India struggles to make a match of it
Australia begins quest with a strong win
Tendulkar keeps his date with history
Special day for the maestro
New Delhi: After a special day that will be etched in the memories of everyone who saw it, Sachin Tendulkar who made his 35th Test hundred to cross Sunil Gavaskar's record, said it was "very satisfying" and that the moment was one of very few ...
Rain stops Tamil Nadu's progress
Chennai: Tamil Nadu, resuming at 20 for no loss, progressed to 80 without losing a wicket against Karnataka in the Ranji Trophy Elite `A' contest at the M.A. Chidambaram Stadium here on Saturday. Wet ground conditions in the morning and fading ...
Fine century by Prithvi
Bangalore: R. Prithvi's 100 helped Presidency School post 318 against Jain International Residential School (JIRS) in a Parle Cup Under-17 tournament semifinal here on Saturday. In reply, JIRS tottered on 87 for six at close on the first ...
Raiphi Gomez slams century
Manipal: A superb unbeaten century from Raiphi Gomez (102 n.o.) helped Kerala beat Kuvempu by 5 wickets in the South Zone inter-university cricket tournament on Friday. Brief Scores: Kuvempu 175 in 49 overs lost to Kerala 176 for 5 ...
Nation is proud of you, Kalam tells Tendulkar
NEW DELHI: President A.P.J. Abdul Kalam on Saturday congratulated Sachin Tendulkar on breaking the world record of 34 centuries in Test cricket. In a message, Mr. Kalam said his best wishes and prayers were with him for achieving "many more ...
`Forwards need to work much harder'
CHENNAI: Indian captain Gagan Ajit Singh said, "the forwards will need to work much harder" if India has to win its second match against Pakistan in the Champions Trophy. Disagreeing with the notion that there was lot of pressure on him since ...
Draw the unofficial kickoff completed
Anand's first major final
JAMSHEDPUR: Anand Pawar, son of former international and National coach Uday, made his father proud by reaching his maiden final of a National ranking meet at the Mohun Ahuja Stadium here on Saturday. The 19-year-old en route to the men's ...
Pranav Shetty upsets Sethuraman, takes lead
NEW DELHI: Pranav Shetty punished top seed S.P. Sethuraman for stretching too hard for a win and emerged as the leader of the boys' under-12 section with a perfect score after four rounds of the Asian youth chess championship at the Indira ...
Racing : Horse
Aristotle bags Calcutta 2000 Guineas
KOLKATA: Mr. D. Khaitan's, representing Soom Stud Farm Pvt. Ltd, Aristotle (C. Alford up) claimed the Chantilli Calcutta 2000 Guineas, the main event of the races here today. Vijay Singh trains the winner. 1 MAHARAJADHIRAJA UDAY CHAND MAHTAB ...
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