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Sunday, November 06, 2005
Will an upbeat India go for the jugular?
Battered Lankans to play for pride
Ultimately the team's performance is a matter of collective responsibility, writes Tom Moody
Nagaland holds Bengal
Goans begin with a bang
KOZHIKODE: The Goans were there in five of the last eight Santosh Trohpy finals. And lost every single one of them. This year though they are determined to set that record straight, and they couldn't have hoped for a better beginning than the ...
Australia tightens the noose
Racing : Horse
Greyhound for main event
Hyderabad: Greyhound, who is in rousing form, may extend his winning streak in the category I A.P. Commemoration Cup (1,400m), the chief event of the opening day's races to be held here on Sunday. There will be no false rails. 1 ABERADER ...
Our Own Girl appeals most
Chennai: Our Own Girl appeals most in the Gingee Plate (1,400m), the main event of the races to be held here on Sunday. 1 SAPTHAGIRI PLATE (1,000m), Maiden 2-y-o only 1-30 p.m.: 1. Dashing Brave (6) C. Velu 55, 2. Destiny Boy (4) B. ...
Racing : Motor
Sports : General
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