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    THE W.V. RAMAN COLUMN
    Ganguly should try and turn things around
    It can be a futile exercise to dwell on events in hindsight, but yet it is an irresistible temptation. Then, of course, the perceptions will depend on whether you are the perceiver or the perceived. Sourav Ganguly is perceived to have lost his ...

    It will be tougher for India in the ODIs
    After our fantastic come-from-behind win in Bangalore to level the Test series, spirits in our camp are high. Many people are even saying that we will have the upper hand in the ensuing ODI series. It is nice to get a few compliments for a ...

    I've grown into a more all-round batsman now: Dravid
    KOCHI, MARCH 31. As vice-captain of the Indian team and the man Sourav Ganguly looks to for ideas, Rahul Dravid currently finds himself in an unenviable position of having to explain the reasons for the surprising defeat in the third Test in ...

    Madan Yadav puts Railways on track
    MOHALI, MARCH 31.Two crafty deliveries from left-arm spinner Madan Yadav opened new avenues for Railways to pursue against a strong Punjab batting line-up on the second day of the Ranji Trophy final at the PCA Stadium here on Thursday. At ...

    Having shown he belongs, Narain will have to look to improve
    MANAMA, MARCH 31. In the heart of the archipelago, the Sakhir International Formula One Circuit here in Bahrain stands severely aloof and somewhat forlorn; stuck as it is on the teetering edge of the capital port city of Manama, and trapped by ...

    Cricket
    Sarwan, Gayle prefer careers to C&W contracts
    GEORGETOWN (GUYANA), MARCH 31. Two West Indies cricket players ended endorsement contracts with a telecommunications company that resulted in their omission from a Test against South Africa, their lawyer said on Wednesday. Ramnaresh Sarwan and ...

    Indian women lose to New Zealand
    DURBAN, MARCH 31. Skipper Mithali Raj and Anjum Chopra's superb knocks failed to save the blushes as India lost to New Zealand by 16 runs in a women's World Cup match at the Technikon grounds in Pretoria on Wednesday. Chasing a modest total of ...

    Muralitharan to resume training
    COLOMBO, MARCH 31. Sri Lankan spinner Muttiah Muralitharan said that he had recovered from a shoulder injury and would leave for London next week to start training with county side Lancashire. ``I am feeling fine and there is no pain,'' said ...

    Young Association posts win
    NEW DELHI, MARCH 31. All-rounder performances by Rohit Jagota (54 and three for 35) and Jaswinder Singh (40 and three for 35) helped Young Association beat Super Club by 35 runs in the high-scoring pre-quarterfinal match of the all-India Nehru ...

    Rajgopalan stars for Mohan Meakins
    NEW DELHI, MARCH 31.Ajay Rajgopalan's unbeaten 96 (7 x 4) steered Mohan Meakins to six-wicket win against State Bank of India in the Super Elite group II match in the DDCA cricket league here. The scores (Super ...

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    Clean sweep by Anand
    MONACO, MARCH 30.In keeping with the expectations, Viswanathan Anand took two short draws with Boris Gelfand to complete the formality of claiming a triple crown in the 14th Amber blindfold and rapid chess tournament here on Thursday. A day ...

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    Golf
    Gaurav Ghei leads as Jeev, Kapur disappoint
    NEW DELHI, MARCH 31.Gaurav Ghei reminded some of the more illustrious contenders for the Rs. 50 lakh PSPB Open golf title that when it comes to major event at the Delhi Golf Club course, he should not be counted out. On Thursday, Ghei produced ...

    Racing : Horse
    Ooty season from April 14
    UDHAGAMANDALAM, MARCH 31. The 28-day Ooty racing season will start on Tamil New Year's day (April 14) and conclude on June 16, according to a press release from the Madras Race Club. The race days: April: 14, 15, 19, 20, 22, ...

    Sports : General
    Summer camps at 154 centres
    THIRUVANANTHAPURAM, MARCH 31. The annual summer coaching camp, conducted by the Kerala Sports Council (KSC), will get underway at 154 centres across the State from April 4 and conclude on April 24. Giving details of the camp at a press ...

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