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Friday, November 11, 2005
SPORT - ALL IN THE GAME
Lankan batting fails yet again
A striking return to the team
BARODA: A new captain amidst Sturm und Drang at the top, a lacerating defeat in its last ODI (another final), anxiety surrounding how one of the greatest of all time would return the atmosphere in Indian cricket before the seven-match ...
India's rising power
India is doing what the Australians do and that is to attack at all costs, says Arjuna Ranatunga
Naunidh sets new record
HYDERABAD: Naunidh Singh of Punjab set a new national record in the men's 110m hurdles timing 14.05 seconds on the concluding day of the 45th National Open athletic championships at the GMC Balayogi stadium here on Thursday. Returning after a ...
Indian men clinch compound gold
NEW DELHI: Unheralded Chinese women shook the World champion Korea to record the biggest upset of the 14th Asian archery championship here on Thursday. A 247-246 win helped the Chinese women topple the defending champion after the Koreans had ...
Slender lead for Indian side
BANGALORE: The Indian team of golfers turning out for the Ravi Kirloskar Trophy salvaged much pride to end the second day of the three-day tournament with a slender one-point lead. The competition was once again intense and when the veteran Ashok ...
Saurav Ghosal, Deepali enter final
MUMBAI: Saurav Ghosal and Dr. Deepali Anvekar-Parikh gained an opportunity to gauge their progress graph against the torch-bearers of Indian squash, Ritwik Bhattacharya and Joshna Chinappa respectively. The defending champion set up a final ...
Australia recalls Symonds
Sydney: Limited-overs specialist Andrew Symonds was on Friday recalled to Australia's Test side for next week's second cricket Test against the West Indies, while selectors dropped out of form batsman Simon Katich. Symonds was called up to ...
Gurmeet fighting age and fate
Puts behind the death of her husband
St. Mary's beats Rosary
NEW DELHI: Ankita Dabla scored 12 points as St. Mary's School, Dwaraka, beat Rosary School 18-7 in a girls match of the fifth Archbishop Alan De Lastic Memorial basketball tournament at the St. Michael's SSScourts, Pusa Road. The results: ...
Woods praises Atwal
Shanghai: After Vijay Singh, it is the turn of Tiger Woods to speak highly of India's Arjun Atwal. Woods, the world's No. 1 player has struck a chord with Atwal, India's sole representative on the US PGA Tour and there is an unmistakable warmth ...
Racing : Horse
Sports : General
Swimmers' efforts at camp go in vain
BANGALORE: The Indian swimming camp for the Asian indoor championship, which concluded at the BAC pool here on Thursday, was nothing but a futile exercise. On the penultimate day of the camp, the swimmers received the shocking news that the ...
Rich haul by Hyderabad
VISAKHAPATNAM: Hyderbad retained the men's, women's and junior boys' team titles in the 29th inter-district table tennis championships here on Thursday. Visakhaptnam finished third in the men's section and runner-up in the junior boys' event. ...
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