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Wednesday, May 02, 2007
Conditioning camp from today
Shastri asks players to enjoy the game, stresses on positive attitude
Kapil wants Tendulkar, Ganguly to interact with NCA trainees
BANGALORE: : The National Cricket Academy (NCA) Chairman Kapil Dev said he would request the BCCI to allow Sachin Tendulkar, Sourav Ganguly, Harbhajan Singh, Mohammed Kaif and Irfan Pathan to train and interact with the under-17 players at the ...
Looking within for a challenge
Australia's cricket team has had nobody to provoke it to greatness, writes Rohit Brijnath
Indian Grand Prix from today
PATIALA: Indian athletics was at its lowest ebb last year with just one gold medal coming from the Doha Asian Games. Athletes disappearing and running away from camps when WADA dope testing teams came calling was another shameful event that put ...
Hayden in no hurry to quit
MELBOURNE: : Australian opener Matthew Hayden has ruled out retiring from international cricket for at least another year, saying he wants to help the team rebuild itself after the departure of legends like Shane Warne and Glenn McGrath. ...
Man U holds a slender advantage
Milan: Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson has called on his players for one more huge effort as they take a 3-2 lead to AC Milan for the second leg of their Champions League semifinal on Wednesday. Wayne Rooney's injury-time winner at ...
Four players expelled
KOZHIKODE: Four KSEB players Jaseer Karanath, K. Anees, Noushad Parry and Antony Raj Simon have been expelled from the team playing in the on-going State football leauge here, according to S. Joseph, the KSEB coach. "They have ...
Vijayalakshmi makes final GM norm
NEW DELHI: The country's first Woman Grandmaster, S. Vijayalakshmi, gained her final Grandmaster norm on way to winning the Cutro Open chess tournament in Cutro, Italy, on Tuesday. In the 22-player event, Vijayalakshmi scored 6.5 points from ...
Eesha, Adhiban claim IM norms
NEW DELHI: A short draw ended Eesha Karavade's long wait for the final International Master norm after facing Qatar's Mohammad Al Sayed in the ninth and concluding round of the Dubai Open chess tournament in Dubai on Monday. The Pune-based ...
Racing : Horse
Sports : General
AP pips Delhi in a thriller
VATAKARA: As he served an arch pass, Andhra Pradesh setter Raghu Rama Raju looked anxiously at his team's star spiker N. Ashok. With chief setter Vamsee Krishna on the bench with a swollen knee, Raghu Andhra's second booster ...
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