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Thursday, February 16, 2006
SPORT - CRICKET
A crunch match for Pakistan
SPORT - CRICKET
Pakistan lacks strategy
SPORT - TENNIS
Camille `Pins' down Sania
Bangalore: Camille Pin is blessed with a bigger tennis brain than a game. She got on Sania Mirza's nerves in the second set with a combination of patience and smart lobbing to send the top seed out of the Bangalore Open 1-6, 7-5, 6-2, at the ...
Indian women stun Thailand
JAIPUR: Exceeding all expectations, Indian women bounced back to trounce their higher-ranked counterparts from Thailand 3-2 and ignited some hope of qualifying to the next stage of the Uber Cup badminton tournament at the Sawai Man Singh Indoor ...
Sureka sets National record
NEW DELHI: Amidst a clutch of mediocre performances, V.S. Sureka's national record in pole vault and Ghamanda Ram's 1:47 in the 800 metres stood out as creditable exceptions as the Indian athletics season got off to a limping start through the ...
India storms into the final
COLOMBO: : India crushed England by 234 runs to enter the final of the ICC Under-19 World Cup at the R. Premadasa Stadium here on Wednesday. After India's formidable batting line-up had set a daunting target of 293, its bowlers came up with a ...
India should guard against complacency
This bunch of Dravid's hopefuls are yet to make winning a habit like in the Australian mould, writes, Bishen Singh Bedi.
No giving up on attack: Pietersen
MUMBAI: Kevin Pietersen, the South African-born big-hitter, is ready for action. Known for a whirlwind career best 158 against Australia in the final Ashes Test at The Oval, Pietersen who lashed record seven sixes to help his team clinch the ...
Pakistan team arrives
AMRITSAR: : A 27-member Pakistan hockey squad, including seven officials, arrived here on Wednesday for the up-coming India-Pakistan hockey series that commences at Chandigarh on February 17. The squad, led by skipper Mohammed Saqlain, was ...
Racing : Horse
Notable Guest wins Advertising Cup
Kolkata: Mr. M.A.M.R. Muthiah's Notable Guest (Imran Chisty up) claimed the Advertising Cup, the main event of the races held here on Wednesday. D.M. David trains the winner. The results 1. ASPIRANT HANDICAP (1,100m), Cl. V, ...
Bold Raider claims Assam Plate
CHENNAI: Dr. M.A.M. Ramaswamy's Bold Raider, ridden by C. Murugan, won the Assam Plate, the main event of the races held here on Wednesday. The winner is trained by F. Sait. The results: 1. ASSAM PLATE (1,200m), Cl. II: ...
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