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CRICKET
Dream spells in crunch encounters
Slam-bang cricket is loaded in favour of batsmen — the supposed logic being, when there are fours and sixes to be plundered, why set out a competitive pitch and kill the fun? The best bowling performances in one-day cricket, then, are often ...

COMMENT
Bring back Warne
Australia desperately needs to coax the old master out of retirement for a tuneful World Cup redemption song, writes Nirmal Shekar

West Indies has the best chance to win, says Sir Garfield Sobers


TENNIS
Equal prize money at Wimbledon
WIMBLEDON: Wimbledon will pay women and men equal prize money for the first time at this year's grasscourt Grand Slam, All England Club chairman Tim Phillips said on Thursday. The tournament broke with its tradition to join the Australian and ...

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Cricket
India has a good chance: Abdul Qadir
New Delhi: Rahul Dravid and his men may have their concerns with injuries and form, but Pakistani legend Abdul Qadir believes India has a good chance at the World Cup in the Caribbean. The former leg-spinner said India had more strengths than ...

Good exposure, says Appanna
Bangalore: Karnataka left-arm spinner K.P. Appanna, who was part of the India under-19 team's recent tour of New Zealand, termed his experience as an exposure to different conditions. "The conditions were very different, especially the ...

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Jenas nets Spurs' winner
LONDON: Jermaine Jenas scored with a minute remaining as Tottenham Hotspur beat Everton 2-1 on Wednesday for only its second victory away from home this season in the English Premier League. Watford missed a chance of escaping last place when ...

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Billiards & Snooker


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Anand overwhelms Morozevich


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Golf
Ashok Kumar cards six-under par 64
BANGALORE: Ashok Kumar, fresh from his success at Digboi, where he bagged the Indian Oil Xtrapremium masters, carded a brilliant six-under-par 64 in the Solaris Global Green golf tournament at the Bangalore Golf Club here on Thursday. Hitting the ...

Cink sinks Jeev at World Match Play
MARANA: India's Jeev Milkha Singh was knocked out by American Ryder Cup star Stewart Cink 3 & 2 in the opening round of the WGC-Accenture Match Play here on Wednesday. While World No. 1 Tiger Woods stayed on the path for an eighth PGA Tour ...

Racing : Horse


Sports : General
Sub-continent setting unfortunate standards
Out-of-competition tests are held to shield players

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