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Thursday, May 10, 2007
Team India hopes to revive its image
DHAKA: Huge billboards of cricket heroes indicate the popularity of the game and the sensational performance at the World Cup, beating India and South Africa, has shown Bangladesh cricket in a new light. The emphasis on modernisation is evident ...
Dramatic finish sees India through
IPOH: : In a dramatic finish, India overwhelmed Argentina to wrest a slot in the semifinal on goal difference in the Sultan Azlan Shah hockey tournament here on Wednesday. All that India needed was a win by the narrowest of margins. A draw ...
Exploit Bangladesh's inconsistency
No rift, says Dravid
Dhaka: Indian skipper Rahul Dravid on Wednesday said he had received full support from Sachin Tendulkar and Sourav Ganguly during the World Cup, dismissing reports that the two players had undermined his leadership. ``To be honest with you, I ...
Rafael Nadal overcomes Bracciali
ROME: Rafael Nadal overcame stiff resistance from Italian wild card Daniele Bracciali on Wednesday on his way to a 6-4, 6-2 victory in the second round of the Rome Masters. Nadal extended his clay-court winning streak to 73 matches and is ...
Major stars stay away
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