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Monday, March 20, 2006
Vijay and Tamang justify their billing
MELBOURNE: Favourites Pemba Tamang and Vijay Kumar lived up to their reputation, clinching one more gold for India, but Olympic silver medallist Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore and Vikram Bhatnagar had to settle for a silver in the double trap pairs ...
Zakir Asadullah lifts silver in 77kg category
India shocks Singapore but falls to England in badminton semifinals
English bowlers press home the advantage
India makes a poor start losing early wickets but Rahul Dravid and Yuvraj Singh steady the ship
England threatens to spoil Rahul Dravid's hundredth party
The Karnataka player deserves to lead India in the World Cup
England's middle order needs to fire
Railways, U.P. win one-sided encounters
LUCKNOW: Madan Yadav earns his living the tough way. He has to ensure that the wheels are well oiled and the track alignments are in place. He brought his professionalism into play at the K.D. Singh `Babu' Stadium here by performing a leading ...
All eyes on Ankita
NEW DELHI: Ankita Bhambri will be in focus in the $10,000 ITF women's tennis tournament to be played at the DLTA Complex here from Monday. The 19-year-old top seed is the third best Indian on the WTA rankings behind Sania Mirza and Shikha ...
Bobby Dutta shines
HYDERABAD: Good all-round show by Bobby Dutta, who claimed four for 20 and scored 41, helped Eastern Railway record an eight-wicket win against North-Central Railway in the 20th All India inter-railway women's cricket championship at Railway ...
Chiburdanidze on course
EKATERINBURG: : Former World women's champion and the oldest competitor in the fray, Maia Chiburdanidze of Georgia, came into strong contention for a semifinal berth in the women's World chess championship with a lucky victory over Viktorija ...
Ghei finishes tied fifth
BEIJING: : Notwithstanding the bogey on the 15th hole, Gaurav Ghei's otherwise flawless final round of six-under 66 was enough to earn him the tied fifth place while compatriot Jeev Milkha Singh finished tied seventh their best finish in ...
Chopra in 30th spot
MIAMI: Daniel Chopra put up an improved three-under 69 to move up to join Tiger Woods in the 30th spot after the third round of the $5 million Bay Hill invitational here on Saturday. With a three-day total of four-under 212, the former Asian ...
Racing : Horse
Name And Fame bags main event
CHENNAI: Dr. M.A.M. Ramaswamy's Name And Fame (Ross up) won the Sindhu Plate, the feature event of the races, held here on Sunday. R. Foley trains the winner. 1. YERCAUD PLATE (1,200m) maiden 3-y-o only (Terms): Indian ...
Haunting Memories, Lahinch triumph
Mumbai: Lahinch, ridden by C. Rajendra, won the Shapoorji Pallonji Breeders' Juvenile Colts Championship, and Haunting Memories (B. Prakash) won the Manjri Stud Breeders' Juvenile Fillies Championship, the main events of the day here on ...
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