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Sunday, January 01, 2006
A wish list for the year 2006
It does not matter if wishes are never fulfilled, it is the making of them which brings the pleasure, writes Rohit Brijnath
An extremely busy year for the media
Chappell has to resign to the fact that he will have to produce results
Ivan Ljubicic may ride easily till semifinals
Chennai: Some of them might try and pinch themselves out of their nightmare, some might have an eye on the earliest airline schedule, a few others might believe that their court finally resembles a tinge of green, and an exclusive few might even ...
How, Fulton star in Kiwis' win
QUEENSTOWN (NEW ZEALAND):
Peshawar unlikely to host second one-dayer
KARACHI: : The Indian cricket team's itinerary for its tour of Pakistan looks headed for another change with Peshawar unlikely to host the second One-dayer, leaving Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) to grapple with yet another problem barely a week ...
Big win for India
KARACHI: : A quickfire 138 by opener Jaya Sharma and her record unbeaten 223 run third-wicket stand with Anjum Chopra (80) helped India crush host Pakistan by 193 runs to record its second successive win in the inaugural women's Asia Cup cricket ...
Chennai Open is the best way to begin the year: Moya
CHENNAI: Carlos Moya is back even before the echoes of `C'mon Moya' would just about be reaching a decibel level he can finally fathom. A two-time winner, he looks like winning when he is at his best, and winning even when he is not. He is the ...
Germany upsets Australia
PERTH: Kiefer combined with German team-mate Anna-Lena Groenefeld on Saturday to upset the Australian pair of Samantha Stosur and Wayne Arthurs 4-6, 6-3 and 10-8 in the match tiebreaker in the Hopman Cup team tennis opener. It gave Germany a 2-1 ...
Indian Airlines brooks no defence
Twin strike by Sandeep downs Punjab and Sind Bank
Chennaionline wins Ruia Silver
CHENNAI: The honour of winning the first trophy, Ruia Silver, out of four in contention in the 47th edition of National bridge championship went to Chennaionline team. Thirty-three teams, who could not enter the last 32 of the Ruia Gold, ...
Negi holds Le Roux
NEW DELHI: Parimarjan Negi missed a possible victory before holding ninth-seeded French International Master Jean Pierre Le Roux in the third round of the Hastings Masters chess tournament at Hastings, in United Kingdom, on Friday. With this ...
New Year honour for England's Ashes-winning team
LONDON: England's Ashes-winning cricketers and the team behind London's 2012 Olympic bid lead the sporting New Year honours list, which was announced on Saturday. Michael Vaughan, cricket captain and the coach, Duncan Fletcher are made OBEs ...
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