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Thursday, October 19, 2006
Windies holds its nerves
Taylor rocks the Aussies with hat-trick in dying stages
Younis Khan, the committed leader
JAIPUR: He gives the impression of a man in a hurry; in a hurry to score runs, in a hurry to wind up the match and in a greater hurry to join his teammates once he is through with the mandatory media session. What matters to him is his team, and ...
Pitches not batsmen friendly
The dew factor will come into play in all the games at Jaipur, writes Vivian Richards
SGNP Girls' School wins title
NEW DELHI: Ritu Rani and Rani Devi scored three goals each as SGNP Girls' School, Shahabad, defeated Blooming Dales School, Hissar, 7-1 to win the 13th Nehru girls' hockey tournament at the Shivaji Stadium here on Wednesday. Rajni opened the ...
Srikar, Shalini emerge best athletes
HYDERABAD: G. Srikar of HPS (Begumpet) and Shalini of Nagarjuna High School were declared `best athletes' in the boys and girls under-12 sections respectively in the Hyderabad 10K Foundation's inter-school athletics meet at Lal Bahadur Stadium ...
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