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Cook cracks century
MANCHESTER: In the 12th innings of a Test career that did not begin until March, England's No. 3 Alistair Cook made his third century, his highest score and his second in successive Tests against Pakistan. Surely it cannot be long before this ...
Team India returns after three-day camp
Bangalore: The Indian cricketers returned to Bangalore on Friday evening after their three-day stint at the Pegasus Centre for Excellence in Doddaballapur. The players, along with trainer Gregory King, physio John Gloster and bio-mechanist Ian ...
Indians firing on all cylinders
Sharma to coach Kerala
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Former Indian opener, Parathasarathy Sharma, has been contracted to serve as the head coach of its proposed State coaching centre by the Kerala Cricket Association. Disclosing this to The Hindu here on Friday, the KCA ...
Injured Roddick hangs on
LOS ANGELES: : Top seed Andy Roddick overcame a spirited resistance from fellow American Scott Oudesma before advancing to the Los Angeles Open quarterfinals with a 6-7, 6-3, 6-2 victory here on Thursday. However, Roddick suffered an abdominal ...
Big win for Australia
TERRASSA: : Australia thrashed Argentina 6-0 while Spain snatched a 3-2 last-gasp win over Pakistan in the men's Champions Trophy field hockey tournament here on Thursday. Luke Doerner made no mistake with three penalty corner conversions ...
JSC, Beagles win
Bangalore: Jayanagar Sports Club (JSC) and Beagles topped the league and emerged champions in the boys and girls sections respectively of the State youth basketball championship that concluded at the Sree Kanteerava Stadium courts here on Friday ...
PSPB men claim title
MADURAI: Defending champions, Petroleum Sports Promotion Board and Indian Audit and Accounts department, successfully retained the men and women's team title defeating Indian Audit and Account Department 2-1 and LIC Sports Promotion Board 2-1 ...
Landis in Spain
Atwal in second spot
MILWAUKEE: : After struggling with his game for weeks, Arjun Atwal seemed to have captured his old form at least for the day with a six-under 64 that saw him in second place after the first round of the U.S. Bank Championship on Thursday. The ...
Racing : Horse
Racing : Motor
Bindra accorded warm welcome
MAMMA'S BOY: Abhinav Bindra gets a kiss from his mother after the newly crowned World champion in the air rifle event returned to New Delhi on Friday. Photo: V.V. Krishnan
Sports : General
Delhi University backs out of its commitment to host CWG swimming
SAI (STC, Kollam) girls win South Zone hockey title title
HYDERABAD: Sports Authority of India (STC, Kollam) won the Inter-SAI South Zone women's hockey championship defeating hosts SAI (STC, Secunderabad) 2-0 in the final at Begumpet Police Stadium here on Friday. Forward Indu struck twice in the ...
Praveen Tokas wins 100m freestyle gold
NEW DELHI: Parveen Tokas won the men's 100m freestyle gold with a new meet record in the 42nd Delhi State Open aquatic championship at the Talkatora Pool here on Friday. Parveen, who won the 200m backstroke gold as well, clocked 57.16 to beat ...
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