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Sunday, July 23, 2006
Kumble hopes to make a return
London: Veteran leg-spinner Anil Kumble may have been out of India's one-day scheme for long but that has not deterred the bowler from nurturing hopes of a comeback for the World Cup in the West Indies next year. Kumble, here to play for ...
Nehra not to attend camp
Mumbai: Ashish Nehra, who is playing in one of the minor county circuits in England, won't attend the fitness camp for the 15-member Sri Lanka-bound Indian team in Bangalore from July 25 to August 1. "We thought it's better for him to keep ...
Laser National from August 6
HYDERABAD: The laser National sailing championships will be held at the Hussain Sagar here from August 6 to 12 to mark the Hyderabad sailing week. Asian Games bronze medallist Rajesh Chaudhary, currently training in Los Angeles, and host of ...
Indian colts hold sway
London: B. Sumanth held the innings together with a magnificent 97 as India Under 19 side completed a series whitewash against its English counterpart with a nail-biting one wicket win in the third and last one-dayer at the Sophia Gardens. ...
London: There seems to be no end to Sourav Ganguly's misery. The former India captain ended with two butterfly stitches after edging a Shahid Nazir bouncer onto his chin in Northamptonshire's match against Pakistan. Ganguly didn't get the ...
Chopra's aim is to play in World Cup
Vancouver: A self-confessed Englishman to the core, Cardiff city striker Michael Chopra says his primary goal this season is to help his club reach the Premier League while his ultimate target remains playing the World Cup, not for India but for ...
Abhijeet Gupta holds Krivoshey
NEW DELHI: Grandmaster-norm holder Abhijeet Gupta held eighth seeded Ukrainian GM Sergei Krivoshey to move to four points from five rounds of the Balaguer International Open chess tournament at Balaguer, Spain, on Friday. The 42-move draw ...
Garcia attacks as Woods slips at Open
HOYLAKE: The chase was on in the third round of the British Open here on Saturday as Tiger Woods saw his lead evaporate in the space of a few holes. Woods started the day at 12-under, one clear of Ernie Els, three ahead of Chris DiMarco and four ...
Racing : Horse
Racing : Motor
Karun gets ready for battle in Indonesia
Jakarta: Currently lying second in the points standings, Karun Chandhok would be hoping for a good run in the 2006 Formula Asia V6 by Renault series on its Indonesian leg at the Sentul circuit here. The Indian race sensation is just eight ...
Sports : General
U.S. posts first win
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