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So, we thought it would never end?
Halfway down Mount Tendulkar is still higher than most peaks in Indian cricket, writes Nirmal Shekar

ATHLETICS
Hopeful Anju leaves for Thailand today
Kochi: Watching indoor athletics makes you believe that the stars would be safe and secure with a roof over their heads. There's no rain to trouble them and they certainly don't have to worry about the wind factor. But indoor athletics is a ...

Need for level-playing fields
Rawalpindi: Runs, runs and more runs. These words, in a nutshell, summed up the opening ODI of the Hutch Series. These are supposed to be revolutionary times in ODI cricket, what with the Super Substitute rule introduced, not to speak of the ...

Cricket
Akhtar can be reported again: Gavaskar
NEW DELHI: Asserting that no player is cleared for life, former India captain Sunil Gavaskar, who heads the ICC Technical Committee, has warned that Shoaib Akhtar may again be summoned again for his suspect bowling action. Gavaskar's remarks ...

Venkat honoured with `Life Time Achievement Award'
Mr. Ram urged Venkat to author a book on the art of spin bowling

Sri Lanka enters finals
Bandara does the star turn for the island nation

Rubbing salt into the wounds
Sachin has stuffed critics' mouth with his hundred, writes Bishan Singh Bedi

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Hockey
Four-nation hockey tournament postponed
LAHORE: : With India and Malaysia refusing to confirm their participation, Pakistan has been `forced' to postpone the four-nation women's hockey tournament scheduled to be held in Karachi from February 23 to 26. In a statement issued on ...

Football


Athletics


Badminton
National camp concludes
BANGALORE: The National badminton camp for the Thomas Cup and Uber Cup preliminaries, scheduled to be held at Jaipur from February14, concluded in Jalandhar on Tuesday. The shuttlers leave for Jaipur on Wednesday. Speaking to The Hindu ...

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Racing : Horse
Thats The Touch impresses
BANGALORE: Thats The Touch and Tina's Triumph pleased when the horses were exercised here on Tuesday morning (Feb. 7) Outer sand: 800m: Tina's Triumph (Tauseef) 56.5, 600/44. In fine nick. Show N Tell (Srinath) 59, ...

Since, Good Speed shine
Hyderabad: Since, Good Speed and Buddy Brothers shone when the horses were exercised here on Tuesday (Feb. 7). Winter outer grass: 800m: Star Crush (A. Imran Khan) 50, 600/38, 400/27. Impressed. 1,000m: Scenario ...

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Racing : Motor
Popular Hyundai car rally
KOCHI: The Motorsports Association of Kerala will be conducting the Popular Hyundai TSD car rally here on February 12. Held as part of the Cochin Flower Show, the 120-km rally will be flagged off from the Rajendra Maidan at 9 a.m. by Mohammed ...

Sports : General
South India teams likely to dominate
KOLLAM: The teams from South India are expected to dominate the proceedings in the 51st Senior National Ball Badminton championships, which gets underway at the Quilon Athletic Club here on Wednesday. But the two institutional teams in fray - ...

Solitary goal win for HAL
BANGALORE: Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL) maintained its unbeaten run. It defeated a mediocre Controllerate of Inspection Electronics (CIL) 1-0 in the George Hoover Cup senior division football league. A Rajendra Prasad volley, following ...

Keshavan tipped to win hearts at Turin
NEW DELHI: : Indian luge athlete Shiva Keshavan features in the latest edition of Sports Illustrated magazine as one of six athletes likely to charm spectators at this week's Winter Olympic Games in Turin, Italy. The 24-year-old athlete ...

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