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Saturday, March 25, 2006
Test rankings: Tendulkar slips to a new low
DUBAI: Sachin Tendulkar has dropped to his lowest Test ranking in 13 years while England all-rounder Andrew Flintoff is closing in on the No. 1 spot in the all-rounder's table following India's Mumbai Test drubbing this week. The latest LG ...
Sharath battles his way into semifinals
Chetan Anand goes down fighting to Malaysia's Choong Wong
A double dose of thanks
MELBOURNE: : The thousands of volunteers who have helped the Commonwealth Games run smoothly will get a double dose of thanks a commemorative medal and a ticket to an Australian Rules football game. The Victoria state government has ...
COMMONWEALTH GAMES - ATHLETICS
Anju fails to get going, ends sixth
Jepkosgei dashes Mutola's hat-trick hopes
COMMONWEALTH GAMES - HOCKEY
India finishes a disappointing sixth
Favourite Australia thrashes Malaysia, sets up an exciting final clash with Pakistan
COMMONWEALTH GAMES - SHOOTING
Samaresh misses sixth gold
Gagan Narang bags gold with record effort, Abhinav Bindra claims silver
Doping scandal overshadows competition
MELBOURNE: Drug-tainted weightlifters and disappearing athletes have taken some gloss off the Commonwealth Games. Edwin Raju and Tejinder Singh were confirmed on Friday as the Indian weightlifters who returned positives for the banned steroid ...
Closing ceremony live on DD
NEW DELHI: Doordarshan will telecast live the closing ceremony of the Melbourne Commonwealth Games on Sunday from 2 p.m. While the event will be telecast live on DD Sports channel from 2 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. It will also be shown on the ...
Pakistan a one-man team: Leander Paes
MUMBAI: "Pakistan is a one-man team. There is no reason why Rohan Bopanna, Prakash Amritraj or I can't handle Aisam Qureshi, who I learn is the main player against us and just back after a layoff," said the Indian Davis Cup captain, Leander Paes, ...
Spotlight on Ajay Jadeja
CRICKET / Solanki to lead England in practice game before ODIs
Pride on the line for West Indians
NAPIER: Personal pride will motivate the West Indies in the third cricket Test against New Zealand starting on Saturday even though the series is already lost, coach Bennett King said. New Zealand won the first Test in Auckland by 27 runs and ...
Tatishvili puts out Sania Mirza
Marat Safin ousted
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