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Need of the hour is a solid opening pair
Indian captain risked everything when he volunteered to bat with Sehwag

Easy for Andy Roddick and Serena Williams
James Blake, Lindsay Davenport and Maria Sharapova move up

Cricket
Pakistan's gameplan has helped India gain confidence
In the final analysis, I thought the Indians stuck to their job pretty well, writes Bishan Singh Bedi

Indian security team's denial
NEW DELHI: The five-member security team that visited Pakistan to assess safety measures at the cricket venues ahead of the on-going Test and ODI series has denied that it rejected Pakistan Cricket Board's (PCB) original schedule of having the ...

HP fights back
PANAJI: Timely return to form by opener Nishal Gaur (42 batting) and Paras Dhogra (41 batting) and their unbeaten 72-run partnership for the fourth wicket enabled Himachal Pradesh to score 112 for three in 51 overs in reply to Goa's 347, on the ...

Ratings: Dravid moves up; Sehwag still on 7th
Dubai: Rahul Dravid, who scored an unbeaten 128 against Pakistan in the Lahore Test, has moved up to joint fourth spot in the latest ICC Test ratings for batsmen. Dravid leapfrogged his Pakistan counterpart Inzamam-ul-Haq and is now level with ...

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Tennis
Good start for Paes-Damm
Bhupathi to partner Martina Hingis

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Hockey
It's time for IHF to address chief coach issue
CHENNAI: Clueless and caught in a dilemma, the Indian Hockey Federation seems haunted again by the issue of National coach. Said to be miffed by factors, which remain inexplicable, chief coach Rajinder Singh (Jr.) is out of the ambit of the ...

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Badminton
Chen Hong starts well
BIRMINGHAM: : Defending champion Chen Hong reached the second round of the men's singles at the All-England Open badminton championships on Wednesday. The seventh-seeded Chinese, also the 2002 champion, needed 34 minutes to beat Yousuke ...

Billiards & Snooker
Memorable trip for Manan
His remarkable potting does the trick

Chess
Anand draws, Topalov catches up
NEW DELHI: Viswanathan Anand agreed to a 15-move draw with Ivan Sokolov before being joined in the lead by World Champion Veselin Topalov after four rounds of the Corus chess tournament at Wijk aan Zee, near Amsterdam, on Tuesday. Anand, ...

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