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Tuesday, March 28, 2006
India, England all set to assess strengths
Chance for youngsters to come good
Big rewards await youngsters if they can take charge in tough situations, writes Geoff Boycott
Tendulkar the bowler will also be missed: Rahul Dravid
Flintoff rates his team highly; no firm announcement on Sehwag
Indian federation looking at a long haul ahead
NEW DELHI: The Indian Weightlifting Federation has a long haul ahead. Within seven months of having returned to the international fold after a one-year suspension for three doping violations by its lifters in 2004, it finds itself facing a ...
Delhi edges out spirited U.P.
NEW DELHI: Delhi staved off a spirited Uttar Pradesh to win 3-2 and claim maximum points in the Pool F super league match of the NTPC 54th Women's National hockey championship held at the Shivaji Stadium here on Monday. Striker Pritam Rani ...
HYDERABAD: V. Chiranjeevi of Andhra Pradesh won the 65 years and above singles title defeating C. Radhakrishnan of Tamil Nadu 6-1, 6-1 in the final of the Rs.1.65 lakh prize money Gokaraju Rangaraju memorial AITA veterans' National tennis ...
Sania to lead India
New Delhi: Sania Mirza will lead India's campaign in the Fed Cup women's team tennis competition to be played in Seoul, Korea, next month. Shikha Uberoi, Ankita Bhambri and Isha Lakhani are the other members of the team that will be captained ...
KEY BISCAYNE: With many of her chief rivals absent or already eliminated, top-ranked Amelie Mauresmo eased into the fourth round at the Nasdaq-100 Open on Sunday. Mauresmo beat hobbled French compatriot Marion Bartoli 6-4, 6-0. ``I'm aware ...
Racing : Horse
Narang books Olympic berth
HYDERABAD: Gagan Narang's incredible gold rush continues. On Monday, he claimed the 10m air rifle crown at the World Cup shooting championship in Guangzhou, China, becoming the first Indian shooter to book a spot for the 2008 Beijing ...
Sports : General
Humpy to compete in National `A' for men
HYDERABAD: WGM and former world junior champion Koneru Humpy will play in the National `A' men's chess championship to be held in Visakhapatnam from April 3, according to her father-cum-coach Koneru Ashok. Ashok told The Hindu that ...
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