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Friday, April 14, 2006
India has to make a decision on Sehwag, Kaif
If India wants to change horses midstream, the time to do it is now, writes Graham Gooch
Pathan's success formula
He wants to be known as an all-rounder, not a bits-and-pieces player
Dilip Tirkey's inclusion raises eyebrows
CHENNAI: Even in the best of times, no Indian hockey team left the shores without a speck of controversy or acrimony. Given the present mood of gloom and scepticism, it was no surprise that irritants surfaced when the team flew out for the ...
Diwakar gets the better of Humpy, jumps to joint third position
Deepan misses a golden opportunity but continues to lead; impressive win for Harika
Ponting delivers yet again
Ponting and Gilchrist's feat
DUBAI: Ricky Ponting and Adam Gilchrist joined a select club of batsmen while Bangladesh's Habibul Bashar, Mohammad Rafique and Shahriar Nafees made huge leaps in ICC Player Rankings after the memorable first Test in Fatullah. Ponting and ...
Roddick meets Haas in last eight
Anbel Medina Garrigues/stops Neha Uberoi in the second round
Yuki stuns Vikram
NEW DELHI: Local lad Yuki Bhambri emphasised his potential yet again as he beat the top-seeded B. Vikram Reddy of Andhra Pradesh 7-6(1), 7-5 in the quarterfinals of the Hindustan Times AITA National series under-16 tennis tournament at the ...
Rahul, Likitha bag titles
Mysore: Unseeded Rahul Adhikari and second-seeded Likitha Shetty (both of Karnataka), hogged the limelight by winning the boys under-12 and girls under-12 singles titles by beating Kashyap (Kar) 6-3, 3-6, 6-4 and Shree Sanjana (TN) 6-3, 6-4 ...
Top seeds tumble
VISAKHAPATNAM: Quarterfinals of plus 65 years singles event of CMR-AITA National veterans ranking tournament here on Thursday witnessed three seeds, including the top seed V. Chiranjeevi (AP) being eliminated. Unseeded Ramesh Gautam of Uttar ...
England swamps Egypt
CHANGZHOU: : England thrashed Egypt 6-1, while Pakistan and Belgium shared four goals in the BDO hockey World Cup qualifier here on Thursday. The third match of the day saw Ireland getting past Canada ...
Remembering the `Brown Bomber'
ARLINGTON: With the laying of a wreath and the playing of taps, Joe Louis was remembered at Arlington National Ceremony on Wednesday on the 25th anniversary of the boxing great's death. Family and friends gathered at Louis' grave, beneath the ...
Rahil Gangjee begins well
Beijing: Rahil Gangjee continued his love affair with Beijing as he opened his campaign at the $1.8 million Volvo China Open golf with a fine four-under 68 that put him in tied eighth spot and within two shots of leader, Frenchman Christian ...
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