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Monday, April 17, 2006
Dhoni ranked second
India is placed third in ODIs
Oram leads New Zealand's recovery
CENTURION: All-rounder Jacob Oram, playing in his first Test match in more than a year, took New Zealand to a first innings lead with a century on the second day of the first Test against South Africa at Centurion Park on Sunday. Oram hit a ...
India should not peak too early
India should have the perseverance of ants in the single-minded pursuit of its goal, writes Graham Gooch
Flexibility is the team's strength
The onus is not on individual brilliance any more, only collective performance
Taguchi zips his way to glory
NOUMEA (NEW CALEDONIA): Katsuhiko Taguchi was on fire on Sunday. Having taken a big lead he could have taken it easy. But he decided to go all out in the final stage and zipped through it in style to not only win the final stage but also take the ...
Korea posts easy win
CHANGZHOU: : Korea beat Japan 4-2, while Malaysia got past China 2-0 in the BDO hockey World Cup qualifier here on Sunday. In another match, France beat New Zealand 5-2. ...
Pires, Bergkamp score in Arsenal's win
East Bengal bounces back to beat Dempo
MUMBAI: Dempo's Ranty Martins' misery in front of the goalmouth enabled East Bengal bounce back from a goal down in the 36th minute and win 3-1 in a 10th National Football League match here. The Nigerian, top-scorer till Sunday's away game at ...
Billiards & Snooker
Atwal drops to tied 20th
Hilton Head Island (U.S.): Arjun Atwal found the bogey trail on his back nine as he dropped five shots in his last 10 holes to hamper his chances of a top-10 finish at the Verizon Heritage tournament on the U.S. Tour. Atwal, who is coming off ...
Jeev ends a seven-year drought
Beijing: Seasoned golfer Jeev Milkha Singh ended a seven-year title drought winning the $.8 million Volvo China Open by a single stroke here on Sunday. The 34-year-old Indian, who started the day at tied second, returned a modest two-under 70 ...
Racing : Horse
Ajay Kini keeps winning
CHENNAI: Ajay Kini led both races of the Formula Maruti category from pole to finish on Sunday to extend his winning streak to four in the JK Tyre Racing Junior Cup here at the MMST track in Irrungattukottai. The 16-year-old Kini, who had won ...
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