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Thursday, January 05, 2006
Learning experience for Karan Rastogi
`I am on par with the top Indian players'
Questions linger as PHL gets off to a start today
BILLIARDS AND SNOOKER
Pankaj has it easy
CHENNAI: A triple century break followed by a century seemed modest efforts from Pankaj Advani, considering his class and stature. But then these are early days and his semifinal round-robin entry in junior boys' billiards was in line with that ...
Keen contests likely in men's section
BANGALORE: For the badminton buffs in Bangalore, it has been a long, long wait. But after 43 years, the premier event of the National calendar, the 2006 senior National championship returns to the Garden City. This championship sponsored by ...
Nel complains of racial taunts
SYDNEY: : South Africa fast bowler Andre Nel said he was racially taunted on Wednesday by a spectator at the Sydney Cricket Ground, an issue that threatens to overshadow the Test series in Australia. Nel told South Africa captain Graeme Smith ...
Dhawan, Chopra make merry
The Delhi openers set a fine base in the initial battle for first innings honours
Ponting, Gilchrist lead fightback
Double delight for Railways
PUNE: It turned out to be an evening of double delight for Railways. If the Railway women had set the motion, its men's team made a tremendous comeback to upstage the much fancied Punjab at 90-81 to lift the Todd Memorial trophy at the ...
Negi on course
NEW DELHI: Parimarjan Negi stayed on course of his maiden Grandmaster norm by making light of a 104-point rating difference and creditably drawing with Scottish GM Colin Mcnab in the seventh round of the Hastings Masters chess tournament at ...
Easy for Balaji XI
HYDERABAD: : Balaji XI recorded a 76-run win against Sri Shyam XI in the inaugural match of the Jai Bhagawati Cup floodlit cricket tournament at the Quli Qutub Shah Stadium here on Tuesday night. The scores: Balaji XI 202 (Pankaj Agarwal ...
Racing : Horse
Prakash Amritraj goes down with guns blazing
Chennai: The battle was primarily between Stepanek's serve and Prakash's nerve. To the Indian's credit, he had the nerve and the gumption to look the second seed in the eye and not blink, and even snatched the first set from him. Stepanek, ...
Sports : General
Madras Canine Club championships
Chennai: The 68th and 69th championships of the Madras Canine Club will be held at the University Union ground on January 7 and 8. The two shows have attracted as many 400 pedigree dogs comprising about 40 breeds, some of which are classified as ...
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