Online edition of India's National Newspaper
Thursday, March 15, 2007
West Indies gets off to a perfect start
Ponting in full flow; slams century
The Aussie captain makes the most of a 'life' as Australia piles up 334
Sri Lankans looking to breeze through opener
Bermuda has just one professional player in its ranks
The value of No. 6 in ODIs
Chennai: Cricket is a lot about end-game skills. Sides that comprehend how to close out games finish at the right end of humdingers. Stump to stump bowling, fuller length, reverse swing, and variations in speed are the chief ingredients for ...
Beckham's emotional farewell to Man U fans
Zimbabwe, Ireland eye crucial edge
KINGSTON: A match between an under-strength Zimbabwe and debutant Ireland may look like a lightweight contest in a World Cup group that also includes mighty West Indies and Pakistan. But both need a win on Thursday if they are to have any ...
Spinners strike for Kenya against Canada
GROS ISLET: Tight slow bowling from Kenya restricted Canada to a score of 199 all out in the teams' opening Group C World Cup match at Beausejour here Wednesday. Off-spinner Jimmy Kamande, who reined in Canada's innings with a superb two for ...
Rest does India a world of good
PORT OF SPAIN: The working holiday part of India's itinerary in the Caribbean is finished. With its World Cup opener against Bangladesh looming, Greg Chappell thinks the squad is ready for work. "We've been doing cricket practice, been ...
Huge incentive for big hitters
BRIDGETOWN: The big hitters have extra incentive to smash the bowling out of World Cup cricket grounds, with a long-standing benchmark at stake and $1 million on offer for charity. The `Six Sixes Challenge' has been launched, with tournament ...
Symonds's recovery continues apace
BASSETERRE (ST. KITTS): Andrew Symonds' recovery at the World Cup is picking up speed, with the Australian all-rounder participating in throwing drills on Tuesday just weeks after biceps surgery. Symonds, who has already returned to batting in ...
Oram rues joking about his finger
GROS ISLET: Jacob Oram rues the day he joked about cutting off his finger so he could play in the World Cup. The New Zealand all-rounder made the off-the-cuff remark about amputating his broken left ring finger before leaving for the ...
Racing : Horse
Sports : General
Raju defeats Rajendran, enters final
HYDERABAD: Top-seeded P.R. Raju of Andhra Pradesh defeated Rajendran of Tamil Nadu 6-0, 6-4 to enter the final of the 55 years and above category singles in the Circars all-India veterans tennis tournament at Kakinada on Wednesday, according to ...
Read Today's supplements: Metro Plus | Sci Tech |
Send: Comments to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Letters to the Editor to: email@example.com with full postal address
News: ePaper | Front Page | National | Tamil Nadu | Andhra Pradesh | Karnataka | Kerala | New Delhi | Other States | International | Opinion | Business | Sport | Miscellaneous | Today's Headlines | Features: Magazine | Literary Review | Metro Plus | Open Page | Education Plus | Book Review | Business | SciTech | Friday Review | Young World | Property Plus | Quest |
Advts: Classifieds | Jobs | Obituary | Updates: Breaking News |
The Hindu Group:
Home | About Us | Copyright | Archives | Contacts | Subscription
Copyright © 2007, The Hindu. Republication or redissemination of the contents of this screen are expressly prohibited without the written consent of The Hindu