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Tuesday, November 07, 2006
`Recent failure should not disappoint Indian fans'
MUMBAI: "Failure in the Champions Trophy is disappointing, but that should not discourage and prevent the fans from taking interest in Indian cricket," said Sachin Tendulkar at a press conference, after signing digital imaging company Canon as ...
Is Indian cricket going in the right direction?
Song helps Korea advance
KOLKATA: Holder Korea Republic showed its continental supremacy against Asian newcomer Australia during its 2-1 win in the first quarterfinal of the AFC Youth championship at the Salt Lake Stadium here on Monday. The defending champion played ...
Australia has unearthed two young talents
Ganguly leads East Zone's fightback
East still trains North by 289 runs in the first innings
Uthappa and Karthik dazzle
Ganegama is the pick of the bowlers
State sub-junior hockey
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The 27th State sub-junior hockey championship will be held at the Government Boys High School ground, Manjeri, from November 17 to 19. According to the fixtures released by the KHA secretary, N. Ramesh Kolappa here on ...
Samod, Sunita hog limelight
NEW DELHI: Samod Kumar and Sunita Joon won the boys and girls' under-18 titles in the 12th Salwan road races at the Nehru Stadium here on Sunday. Samod timed the eight-kilometre run in 23 minutes 13.90 seconds, just over seven seconds ahead of ...
Shivakumar's mega venture inaugurated
BANGALORE: S. Kumar Badminton Academy, Banglaore's first private training centre with its own stadium, was inaugurated on Sunday at Biddrahalli, about 16km from the City on the old Madras Road. The Academy, which was the brainchild of State ...
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Anil is `Mr. Hyderabad'
HYDERABAD: Anil Kumar was adjudged `Mr. Hyderabad' at the Hyderbad bodybuilding competitions organised at QQSUDA Stadium here. Other results: 55kg: 1. Syed Altaf Hussain, 2. M. Ranjit, 3. Mohammad Jahangir. 60kg: 1. M. ...
Kunal claims under-25 title
Madurai: M. Kunal of of NLC won the boys under-25 title, while Se. Meenu Priya of Seventh Day Adventist School won the girls' under-25 title in the State-level open chess tournament organised by Sri Vari Chess Academy at SMS Mahal here on Sunday. ...
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