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Tuesday, April 11, 2006
Suresh Raina India's rising star
'I learnt to be brave and mentally strong to face anything and anyone'
Dravid - a work of art in progress
Dravid is the very best of Indian batting along with Sunil Gavaskar and Sachin Tendulkar, writes Graham Gooch
BCCI suspends Dalmiya
Humpy bounces back, shares lead
Ganguly and Chakravarthy settle for a draw
Zoysa earns a recall for England tour
COLOMBO: : Sri Lanka has recalled fast bowler Nuwan Zoysa for the tour to England starting later this month, selectors announced on Monday. The 27-year-old played the last of his 30 Tests in July 2004 before a slump in form kept him out of the ...
`Keep spectators informed'
LONDON: : Former Test umpires David Shepherd and Dickie Bird believe that the only way to prevent a Guwahati like situation, where the crowds turned violent, was to keep the spectators informed or not let them inside the stadium if the chances of ...
Sania-Huber duo falls
AMELIA ISLAND: Sania Mirza's hopes of winning her first WTA title this year were dashed when she and her South African partner Liezel Huber were outplayed 2-6, 4-6 by Shinobu Asagoe and Katarina Srebotnik in the doubles final of $600,000 Bausch ...
Argentina dethrones Croatia
NEW YORK: : Argentina knocked out defending champion Croatia in the Davis Cup quarterfinals on Sunday and the United States set up a return to the site of its last title 11 years ago Russia. Replacement Juan Ignacio Chela won the final ...
Mumbai to host ATP tournament
LONDON: Mumbai is to host an ATP tournament in September following a calendar switch, the ruling body of men's tennis said on Monday. The Mumbai Open will take place between September 25 and October 1, replacing the $380,000 Vietnam Open in Ho ...
Veerabhadran shocks Raghavendra
Mysore: Unseeded A. Veerabhadran of Tamil Nadu registered an upset win over fourth seeded S. Raghavendra 9-4 (best of 17 games), and entered the pre-quarterfinals in the boys under-14 singles of the AITA Talent Series tennis tournament for ...
Sania moves up
NEW DELHI: Her inability to break the singles jinx this year notwithstanding, Sania Mirza has climbed three rungs to finish 37th in the latest WTA rankings issued on Monday. Sania has 516.75 singles ranking points and has also improved her ...
Bibaswan made to sweat
NEW DELHI: Bibaswan Deb of West Bengal defeated S. Siddharth of Tamil Nadu 7-6(3), 4-6, 7-6(2) in the boys' first round of the Hindustan Times AITA National series under-16 tennis tournament on the clay courts of the Yamuna Sports Complex ...
State league from today
KOZHIKODE: Nearly a year after going through nightmare after nightmare at the National Football League, SBT is coming back to the Corporation Stadium on Wednesday. The bankmen now are dreaming of walking away with the title in the Royal ...
Bhowmick to coach Sporting
KOLKATA: Mohammedan Sporting on Monday appointed Subhas Bhowmick as its coach. The former East Bengal coach replaces Mohammad Habib, who had led the team so far in the National Football League. - Sports ...
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