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Friday, November 10, 2006
Cricket Australia, Ponting apologise
NEW DELHI: After BCCI President Sharad Pawar blasted the Australians for their ``totally uncivilised'' behaviour, skipper Ricky Ponting and Cricket Australia on Thursday apologised to him for the nudging incident on the presentation dais of ...
Mind games take centre-stage
MELBOURNE: Mind games have taken centre-stage ahead of the much-awaited Ashes series with Australian captain Ricky Ponting and coach John Buchanan engaging in a war of words with England coach Duncan Fletcher. The Australians said that ...
Japan overcomes Korea Republic, enters final
KOLKATA: Japan overcame holder Korea Republic 5-4 (2-2) via the sudden death in the first semifinal of the AFC Youth championship here at the Salt Lake Stadium on Thursday. Japan has reached the final on five occasions but has never won the ...
Jyoti Randhawa leads the pack
Tiger Woods has an unimpressive opening day
Shubhankar, Umang star in SPV's victory
NEW DELHI: Shubhankar Sharda and Umang Rathore bagged seven wickets between them to help Sardar Patel Vidyalaya to a 36-run victory over Bal Bharati School for a place in the semifinals of the fifth Frank Anthony inter-school cricket touranment ...
Hair-raising stuff at Ranchi
RANCHI: A crowd of about 2,000 youths mobbed star cricketer Mahendra Singh Dhoni and held him up for about four hours when he had gone to a men's parlour for a hair-cut here on Wednesday. As soon as the news spread around noon that Dhoni was ...
Brace by Taposh
NEW DELHI: Two goals by Taposh Barman helped Bangladesh Institution of Sports to a 2-1 victory over St. Ignatius High School, Gumla, in the 35th Nehru junior hockey tournament at the Shivaji Stadium here on Thursday. Jagannath scored the only ...
Narrow win for Paschim
NEW DELHI: Paschim Heroes beat State Bank of India 1-0 in Group III of the Delhi Soccer Association annual `A' division open club league at the Race Course ground here on Thursday. Paschim finished second in the Group with 13 points to qualify ...
JCT Academy posts win
PHAGWARA: JCT Academy defeated Jarnail Singh Sporting Club, Garhshanker, 1-0 in the fifth Santa Singh Bhaur memorial football tournament that began at the Government Senior Secondary School ground here on Thursday. In another match, Youth ...
Shankar sets record
PUDUKOTTAI: N. Shankar of SDAT Throws Academy, with a heave of 15.47m, set a new meet record in shot put in the boys under-16 section at the 20th Tamil Nadu State junior athletic championship conducted by the Pudukottai District Athletic ...
Racing : Horse
Sports : General
Himansh, Neha top seeded
NEW DELHI: Himansh P. Kala and Neha Aggarwal have been ranked top in the men's and women's section by the Delhi State Table Tennis Association on the basis of their performance last year.Pranshu Gupta and Esha Monga are ranked top in the junior ...
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