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Cricket
Masterly knock by Tendulkar
CHENNAI, SEPT. 18. These were not bold strokes on the canvas. But then, you can create without conquering. At no stage during his invaluable 94 did Sachin Ramesh Tendulkar appear the conquering general that he so often is. This was a different ...
16-team format for World Cup?
MUMBAI, SEPT. 18. The International Cricket Council (ICC) has made significant headway with regard to the format of the 2007 World Cup to be played in the Caribbean Islands. The success of Kenya — the African nation lost to India in the ...
Tendulkar joins 17,000-club
*** Sachin Tendulkar became the fifth Indian batsman to aggregate 17,000 runs in first-class cricket during his knock of 94 (when on 50) against Rest of India at Chennai. Playing in his 198th first-class match, Tendulkar has now scored 17044 ...
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    Tennis
    In a hero's shadow, Prakash and Bopanna have a lot to prove
    ZWOLLE (THE NETHERLANDS), SEPT.18.The giant shadow of a missing man blankets the India-Netherlands Davis Cup World Group qualifying round tie like a persistent fog on a wintry morning in the Scottish highlands. The One Who's Not Here has ...


    Football
    Iran too hot for Bangladesh
    JAMSHEDPUR, SEPT. 18. It was a battle between unequals. Iran's power and pressing game proved too much for Bangladesh. The West Asian superpower won 4-0 in the J.R.D. Tata Cup International invitational football tournament league match here on ...


    Asian Games
    Pakistan to host SAF Games
    ISLAMABAD, SEPT. 18. Pakistan will stage the thrice-postponed South Asian Federation (SAF) Games in March-April next year and India would participate in the games, the South Asian Sports Federation (SASF) announced here on Thursday. "It's a ...


    Chess
    Pilloo Mody international rating tourney from today
    LUCKNOW, SEPT. 18. Four major international rating chess tournaments on the trot. A total of 42 games spread over 28 playing days at four venues are sure to test the strength and stamina of those planning to play them all over the next month. ...


    Swimming
    Shikha rewrites National mark
    KOLKATA, SEPT. 18. The spotlight on the second day of the 57th senior National aquatic championship was on the Karnataka swimmers, who true to their tradition came up with scintillating display to garner three golds. Shikha Tandon and Karnataka ...



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