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Monday, February 06, 2006
India takes on an inspired Pakistan
Rahul Dravid, the captain, faces a fresh challenge in the series
Pakistan has the edge
More than Ganguly, India will miss the services of Kumble in the one-day series, writes Imran Khan
Thumping triumph for Saurashtra
RAJKOT: : Saurashtra outplayed Rajasthan by an innings and 34 runs to win the Ranji Trophy Plate Group final at the Madhavrao Scindia Stadium here on Sunday. A spectacular catch, taken a yard or two inside the long on boundary by Kamlesh ...
Bipul Saharia crowned champion
Chennai: The Temenos Chennai marathon, run on Sunday morning at Marina, had all the ingredients of a mega event. The Anna Square came alive with about 30,000 participants, officials and the parents of young ones thronging the place, wanting to be ...
Another honour for Inzamam
LONDON: : Pakistan captain Inzamam-ul Haq pipped top Indian stars Sania Mirza and Viswanathan Anand to win the International Sports Personality of the Year 2005 Award, instituted by Sony Entertainment Television. Inzamam, one of the finest ...
Fransa's matches cancelled
PANAJI: The All India Football Federation on Sunday announced the cancellation of Fransa Pax's matches against Sporting Clube de Goa, scheduled on February 6, and against Salgaocar on February 9 in the ongoing ONGC Cup National Football League ...
Chopra lies at tied 34th
SCOTTSDALE: : Daniel Chopra, who got the birdies all right, bogeyed often to bring in only a modest card of one-under 70 to be placed at tied 34th after three rounds in the FBR Open at the TPC of Scottsdale on the USPGA Tour. Chopra, 30th ...
Racing : Horse
BANGALORE: Dr. Om Prakash Rangabashyam's six-year-old Indian gelding Monifieth added his name to the roster of Indian horses winning abroad. Monifieth, piloted by jockey B. Vorster and trained by M. Clements, won the last race of the card in ...
Racing : Motor
Ameya Walavalkar, Aditya Patel do India proud
COIMBATORE: Ameya Walavalkar of Mumbai and Aditya Patel of Chennai squeezed the best out of their Formula LGB cars to enable Team India register memorable wins in the inaugural edition of the JK Tyre Indo-Sri Lankan Racing Challenge at the Kari ...
Sports : General
Adarsh, Lakshmi claim titles
KOCHI: Thiruvananthapuram's P. Adarsh and Lakshmi Vijayan won the men's and women's titles in the Dr. P.K. Narayanaswamy memorial all-Kerala table tennis tournament which concluded at the Ambalamedu Club, near here on Sunday ...
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