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Monday, December 26, 2005
Experience pays for Vishaal, Rushmi
I expected Ganguly's comeback: Inzamam
Islamabad: Inzamam-ul-Haq, terming Sourav Ganguly as an ``experienced campaigner'' against his team, said he expected the former captain's comeback to Indian side for the upcoming India-Pakistan series. ``Sourav is a very experienced campaigner ...
More seeks explanation from Ganguly
Mumbai: Kiran More, chairman of the national cricket selection committee, is peeved at Sourav Ganguly's decision not to turn out for Bengal in the Ranji Trophy Elite Group `A' league match against Gujarat at Surat. After being dropped from the ...
Punjab 169 for nine
HYDERABAD: Gujarat restricted Punjab to 169 for nine on the first day of the three-day final of the All India Polly Umrigar Trophy Under-15 cricket tournament at Rajiv Gandhi Stadium (Uppal) here on Sunday. The scores: Punjab 169 for ...
Andhra calls the shots
Debutant Israel Raju claims two wickets
Ramesh-Suresh share record stand
Kerala looks comfortable
Wickets fall like nine pins on day one
NEW DELHI: Batting became an arduous task on a slow turner as 17 wickets fell on the opening day of the Ranji Trophy Elite Group league match at the Karnail Singh Stadium here on Sunday. Railways, electing to bat, collapsed for a meagre 77 and ...
A long, hard year awaits a tough, ambitious Sania
Her self-belief has been evident in her relentless style
MYSORE: Vishnu K Jinan of Karnataka registered a well-earned 6-0, 6-3 win over State-mate Vikram Naidu and qualified for the main draw in the boys' under-16 singles in the AITA Indian Estates sponsored Championship series tennis tournament for ...
Satyajit and Hemant in joint lead
KOLKATA: Local boy Satyajit Kundu and Hemant Sharma of Delhi emerged joint leaders with full six points after the end of equal number of rounds in the The Telegraph schools' chess championship at Alekhine Chess Club here on Sunday. The ...
Racing : Horse
Patricia for main event
NEW DELHI: Patricia, who is tracking well, should make a winning debut in the Juvenile Cup, the main event of the races here on Monday. False rails (width about 7m from 900m to the winning post) will be in position. 1 STRING OF PEARLS PLATE ...
Racing : Motor
BANGALORE: C.S. Santosh Kumar of Team TVS emerged as the new national champion in the Indian experts foreign motorcycles Group A section) of the MRF National Supercross championship. In the final round at the Palace grounds Santosh took the ...
Sports : General
Kameswara Rao beats Ramakrishna
HYDERABAD: T. Kameswara Rao outslugged P. Ramakrishna 7-5, 6-2 in the 65 years and above category singles first round (main draw) of the 10th GVK-AITA veterans National tennis championship at SAAP Tennis Complex here on Sunday. The results ...
Kottayam in final
KUNNAMANGALAM: Kottayam entered the women's final of the State volleyball championship, beating host Kozhikode 25-22, 21-25, 25-23, 25-19 here on Saturday night. Ernakulam reached the men's final with a 25-23,25-23, 25-19 win over ...
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