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SPORT - COMMENT
Boorish and boring
Sreesanth’s offensive behaviour cannot be dismissed as harmless, ritualistic sabre-rattling, writes Nirmal Shekar

CRICKET
Irani Cup: a peek into its glorious past
Padmakar Shivalkar, with 51 wickets, tops the leading bowlers list

CRICKET
Down memory lane
‘Dhoni bats like my dad Nayudu’

CRICKET
Aussies arrive in Hyderabad with their tails up
Hyderabad: The dust settling on a volatile encounter in Kochi, the cricket caravan journeyed to this charming city. The ODI schedule is often back-breaking but the Aussies were smiling. This is an outfit that can inflict psychological ...

TENNIS
Sania Mirza enters quarterfinals
Venus Williams too good for Vania King

TENNIS
Yuki leads a young brigade charge
NEW DELHI: It was youth power at its positive best, as Yuki Bhambri led a young brigade into the men’s semifinals of the DSCL National tennis championship at the DLTA Complex here on Wednesday. While the 15-year-old Yuki played a ...

CHESS
Sethuraman, Lalith suffer defeats
Chennai: Niranjan C. Navalgund of M.V. Herwadkar English Medium School, Belgaum, sacrificed a pawn and shocked the top seed International Master S.P. Sethuraman of Tamil Nadu to be among the 29 leaders with full two points at the end of the ...

BRIDGE
Mixed luck for Indian Open team
Chennai: The uncertainties of most games were in ample evidence as the Indian Open team recovered gallantly — creating an unprecedented sensation in between — in the 10th and 11th rounds of the Bermuda Bowl of the World bridge ...

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