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Monday, November 08, 2004
Gains and losses from the series against Australia
MUMBAI, NOV. 7. The emotional response of the home camp to a dramatic win achieved on a minefield at the Wankhede Stadium should not cloud the fact that it was Australia that triumphed in the Test series. India has plenty of unfinished business ...
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Thrilling end to a farcical Test
What could have been? Both camps will be thinking this following the farcical two-and-a-bit day game that passed as a Test match at Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai last Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. Australia, in the end, did fall, rather ...
Fleming claims he was approached by Indian bookie
LONDON, NOV. 7. In a sensational manner, New Zealand cricket captain Stephen Fleming claims that he was offered £200,000 ($370,000) by an Indian businessman to join a match-fixing syndicate in 1999. This was disclosed in his new official ...
Wankhede pitch: Ponting to lodge formal protest
SYDNEY, NOV. 7. Ricky Ponting has asked Rahul Dravid to join him in a formal protest over the Mumbai wicket, which saw Australia suffer a 13-run defeat in the fourth cricket Test against India. Ponting said his displeasure would be spelled out ...
Thankfully, fourth Test wasn't a decider
Australians of all types loved it; I even had text messages from people renewing their faith in Test cricket because for two days they could not leave their seats or cars wherever they were witnessing the gripping spectacle, which was the fourth ...
Paris Masters for Safin
PARIS, NOV. 7.Sixth-seeded Marat Safin comfortably beat Radek Stepanek 6-3, 7-6(5), 6-3 to win a record-equalling third Paris Masters title on Sunday, putting him level with Boris Becker. Russian Safin sent down 16 aces against Czech Stepanek, ...
AIFF carries out constitution amendments
NEW DELHI, NOV 7. The All India Football Federation (AIFF) on Sunday revamped its constitution, ostensibly to fall in line with the international federation (FIFA) and the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) but failed to provide details to the ...
Four Indians among leaders
HERAKLIO (GREECE), NOV. 7. Four Indians were among the joint leaders in the World Youth Chess Festival at the end of the fourth round at Hotel Creta Maris here on Saturday. The Festival is being held to find the 2004 world champions in the ...
International Open from today
KOLKATA, NOV. 7.Asia's biggest annual event, which was being sponsored by Goodricke, ran into trouble after the tea major pulled out citing some problems. However, the organiser Alekhine Chess Club has decided to manage the show ...
Ashok Kumar finishes fifth
NEW DELHI, NOV. 7. India's Ashok Kumar finished a creditable fifth in the inaugural $200,000 Carlsberg Masters golf tournament in Hanoi, Vietnam, today. Although he was nowhere at his best in carding a one-over 73 at the newly-built Chi Linh ...
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