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Friday, February 17, 2006
SPORT - CRICKET
India seals series with an emphatic victory
Dravid all praise for his bowlers
Multan: Rahul Dravid gave his bowlers the credit for bowling India to victory in the fourth match of the Hutch ODI series. "The bowlers did a great job. Some of the wickets were not easy to bowl on." More than winning the series, India has ...
Karnataka comes up trumps
HYDERABAD: : Tamil Nadu batting failed when it mattered most. Consequently, Karnataka notched up an impressive, six-wicket win in the final round-robin league match to win the South Zone K.S. Subbaiah Pillai Trophy limited overs cricket ...
Strauss gearing up for the great challenge
MUMBAI: Andrew Strauss is a patient man, ready to bide his time getting a hang of Indian conditions. The left-handed batsman with a 46.31 Test average from 40 innings is spending long hours at the Cricket Club of India nets, honing his batting ...
SPORT - TENNIS
Isha Lakhani goes down fighting
Bangalore: The scoreline may not suggest it, but this was a match that happened in slow motion. The rallies, thick with topspin from both ends, were played with no hurry, like a hypnotist trying to induce sleep. Consequently, the only source of ...
India too good for Singapore
JAIPUR: If India needed a serious workout on the eve of its do-or-die battles in the Thomas Cup and Uber Cup Asian qualifiers, the men from Singapore and the women from Hong Kong provided it in ample measure on Wednesday. Backed by a noisy ...
Pakistan exudes confidence
CHANDIGARH: A confident Pakistan team tackled the media with enthusiasm despite a long journey from Amritsar by bus, even as the Indian team opted to keep a low profile, on the eve of the India-Pakistan hockey Test series here on Thursday. The ...
Racing : Horse
Mumbai: Haunting Memories and Diabolical caught the eye when the horses were exercised here on Thursday morning. (Feb. 16). Outer sand: 600m: Fiery Fortune (P. S. Deora), Battery (Dasrath) 40. Pair level. Campanero ...
One Tough Guy impresses
Hyderabad: One Tough Guy, Barcelona and Carradale impressed when the horses were exercised here on Thursday morning (Feb.16). Sand: 600m: Fitting Tribute (App) (1,400-800) 45. Easy. Mission Chief (Rutherford) 45.5, ...
BANGALORE: Generous Lad, Cedros, Arizza, Hesperus and Red Eagle shone when the horses were exercised here on Thursday morning (Feb. 16). Outer sand: 800m: Penny Tweedy (L. Marshall) 58.5, 600/44. Moved well. Winfoot ...
MYSORE: A. R. Mani, rider of River Nile, was fined Rs. 1,000 for coming in and causing interference to Little Genny (Ashwin Rao up), which in turn passed on to Steady Growth (Ranjeet Singh up) approaching the 1,000m in the Himalayas Plate ...
Heritage Estates to sponsor Eclipse Stakes of India
Mumbai: The Heritage Estates Pvt. Limited will sponsor the prestigious Eclipse Stakes of India (Grade II) on Sunday (Feb. 19) with a contribution of Rs. 5 lakhs. "This is the first time we are sponsoring such a big event and is in keeping with ...
Sports : General
Snehal soars high
BANGALORE: Snehal Khaire, the fastest women of the meet, added yet another gold to her tally of two from the opening day, with a leap of 4.94 metres in the long jump event on the second day of the three-day all India civil services athletics meet ...
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