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Tuesday, March 14, 2006
India canters home
Mohali: The end came amid gathering gloom much like the start of this freaky second Test. Virender Sehwag and Rahul Dravid knocked off the kind of target that has, in the past, turned India jelly-kneed. The pursuit of 144 required two ...
The saga of the C'wealth Games
Focus will be on Asafa Powell and Tatiana Grigorieva
Sania survives a scare
Hingis, Davenport set up fourth round clash
Kumble factor proved decisive
He is the best bowler in the world because he knows how to bowl on the slow-paced tracks, writes Geoffrey Boycott
Agassi interested in buying Borg's trophies
London: Last week, Bjorn Borg surprised everyone saying that he intended to sell his Wimbledon trophies which he won between 1976 and 1980 and two rackets, including the one he used in defeating John McEnroe in the 1980 final, to tide over ...
Racing : Horse
Pemba Tamang claims gold
MELBOURNE: : Pemba Tamang clinched the gold as India bagged three medals in the Badge shooting competition, a pre-Commonwealth Games event held here on Monday. Pemba Tamang won the rapid-fire event with a score of 585/600. While his compatriot ...
Sports : General
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