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Tuesday, February 21, 2006
Dravid tapping all-rounders from within
Developing the fifth bowling option remains the main challenge for the team
India combining well as a team
Poor batting cost Pakistan the one-day series, writes Javagal Srinath
Sania-Huber duo triumphs
BANGALORE: : So what that it was a duo with a heavily taped elbow and a heavily braced left leg that prevailed in a heavily charged atmosphere? So what that it was a match with more number of `quiet please' calls than line calls? So what that a ...
Inzamam's advice to Dravid
Lahore: Ever the gentleman-cricketer, the vanquished Pakistan captain Inzamam-ul-Haq was on Monday generous in his praise for his Indian counterpart Rahul Dravid's leadership qualities but also reminded him about the fickleness of success. ...
Indian players avoid media on return
Mumbai: Chaos and confusion reigned supreme as seven members of the Indian team arrived at the Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport on Monday morning from Karachi after a mixed tour of Pakistan in which it lost the Test series 1-0, but came ...
Cole helps Chelsea survive Colchester scare
LONDON: Joe Cole struck twice to ensure Chelsea staved off what would have been one of the all-time great upsets to advance into the quarter-finals of the FA Cup with a 3-1 win at home to Colchester United. When Colchester went ahead at ...
Kalmadi urged to stay
NEW DELHI: : The Athletics Federation of India (AFI) taken aback by the announcement of resignation by its chief, Suresh Kalmadi, has reacted in the most predictable manner. Office-bearers, coaches, State officials and others have joined to ...
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