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Monday, January 01, 2007
India can clinch the decider: Chappell
CAPE TOWN: Coach Greg Chappell believes India can clinch the decider if it can "reproduce the commitment and thinking of Johannesburg." He told The Hindu here on Sunday, "We didn't bat well enough at Kingsmead. It is very ...
An exciting match-up, if the seedings hold
Time for introspection
CAPE TOWN: The South African celebrations continued late into the Durban night. The Indians stayed locked up in their rooms. Skipper Rahul Dravid ventured out to the hotel reception, his face mirroring deep disappointment. The skipper had ...
It's a dream come true for Sasikiran
KOZHIKODE: Krishnan Sasikiran couldn't have hoped for a better beginning to the new year. The Chennai-based Grandmaster (GM) has touched the magical 2700 mark in the latest FIDE-rating list. Only one Indian has been there before ...
Racing : Horse
Secret Command appeals most
Hyderabad: Secret Command, a comfortable winner of his last two races, appeals most among the seven runners for the Sri A.S. Krishna Memorial Cup (1,200m), the main event of the races here on Monday (Jan. 1). There will be no false rails. 1 ...
Sports : General
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