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Tuesday, February 14, 2006
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Yuvraj, Dhoni leave Pakistan shellshocked
Injured Harbhajan Singh and Sehwag to return to India
No replacements will be sought, says chairman of selectors Kiran More
Rahul Dravid heaps praise on Dhoni
Lahore: Skipper Rahul showered praise on Mahendra Singh Dhoni (in picture) for his exceptional innings. ``Dhoni showed a great deal of maturity. We just tell him to trust himself and play his normal game. In his first full year of ...
`It will be a different ball game in India'
MUMBAI: Coached by Duncan Fletcher, known to be a visionary, and captained by Michael Vaughan, with a reputation for leading from the front, the England cricket team appears better prepared to handle the complexities and subtleties of a tour of ...
Badani fashions TN's victory
Karnataka scores its third straight win; Raghu hits century
Melinda Czink too good for Rushmi
BANGALORE: It was never expected to be one of those never-entirely-on-the-seat, hands blushing and eyeball wearying encounters, but Melinda Czink made sure that even the slightest trace of a possible thriller (which was hardly there) was promptly ...
Ken Fletcher passes away
BRISBANE: Ken Fletcher, who won 10 major doubles titles in the 1960s including a mixed doubles Grand Slam, has died aged 65, Australian Tennis said on Monday. Fletcher died of cancer on Saturday in Brisbane. Along with Margaret Smith Court, ...
Good show by Shivdan
New Delhi: Shivdan Singh put up a stellar performance at the Hong Kong marathon to help India jump two places up to be fifth in the Greatest Race on Earth. The Armyman clocked two hours, 27 minutes and 41 seconds to leapfrog India over the ...
ICF lifts title
Tirupur: Integral Coach Factory (Chennai) toppled top seed Indian Overseas Bank (Chennai) 26-29, 29-25, 29-25 in its final super league clash and won the all-India senior fives ball badminton tournament for men at the Chinnasamy Ammal Corporation ...
Randhawa in top 100
New Delhi: Recuperating from a rib injury after a bike accident in Qatar, seasoned Indian Jyoti Randhawa finally broke into the elite league of top 100 pro, according to the latest official world golf rankings. Randhawa, who will be teeing off ...
Racing : Horse
Sports : General
VFI ropes in Brazilian coach
COIMBATORE: : Last year was packed with lessons for Indian volleyball. Though the seniors messed up the World Cup qualifiers in Chennai, there was some consolation a few months later when India finished fourth at the Asian Championship in ...
KSP is champion
MADIKERI: Karnataka State Police (KSP) bagged the inaugural invitation volleyball tournament title, beating Muthoot Bank (Allepey) in straight sets at 28-26, 25-17, 25-20 here at the Gandhi Maidan court on Sunday night. The KSP side got Rs. ...
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