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Tuesday, January 31, 2006
Pakistan all set to take control
KARACHI: One of the immediate requirements for the Indian team is a bowler with genuine pace who can hustle and strike even after the pitch loses its early moisture content and liveliness. Coach Greg Chappell has said there was a pressing need ...
Exciting game in store, finally
Until India finds a genuine pace bowler, they will never be able to capitalise with the new ball, writes Imran Khan
Paul, Bose restrict Uttar Pradesh
LUCKNOW: Bengal roared back into the Ranji Trophy final with a timely all-round effort against Uttar Pradesh at the K. D. Singh Babu Stadium here on Monday. Things went Bengal's way on the second day as it restricted UP to 387 and then hit 138 ...
A glimpse at the real Roger Federer
Lions roars in the first final
CHANDIGARH: The drums remained mostly silent and the spectators melted much before the final whistle as Bangalore Lions slammed Chandigarh Dynamos 4-2 in a one-sided finish in the first of the three finals of the ESPN Premier Hockey League here ...
Dola, Tarundeep slip to minor places
KOLKATA: The opening day of the four-day 26th senior National archery championship opened up new vistas for young hopefuls as seasoned campaigners took the back row at the half-way mark of the FITA round competitions at the SAI, Eastern Centre, ...
Racing : Horse
Sports : General
Narsaiah's paper for Melbourne conference
HYDERABAD: It is a rare honour for the Hyderabad-based K. Narsaiah, Director of the Andhra Pradesh Sports School. He is the only one from the State whose paper has been selected, by the jury, for presentation at the 13th Commonwealth ...
Tamil Nadu boys on a roll
Warangal: Tamil Nadu boys maintained their winning streak in Group A of the 28th National sub-junior volleyball championship here on Sunday. Similarly, Uttarnachal in Group B, Uttar Pradesh in Group C and Haryana in Group D continued to score ...
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