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Friday, December 16, 2005
Ganguly deserved better treatment
NEW DELHI: Sourav Ganguly has found overwhelming support from all corners of the country. The selectors' decision to exclude him has not been received well and the consensus is that the former skipper deserved a better deal. Kapil Dev: ...
Even centuries are not enough
A chance for Jaffer to redeem himself
Reward for excellent domestic form
Australia clearly a cut above the rest
CHENNAI.: As the Champions Trophy cruises to the summit clash on Sunday, it is difficult to refrain from marvelling at the elements that have determined the essence of hockey at the higher echelons of competitions. The main component the ...
A livewire custodian
CHENNAI: In the face of an avalanche, which the Australian forwardline has been to its opponents in the Champions Trophy, it's easy to overlook a Queenslander. Wearing jersey No.18, he has given the Australian team the vigour and the confidence ...
Muniappa surges into the lead
KATHMANDU: C. Muniyappa of the Karnataka Golf Association took over the lead in the Surya Nepal Masters golf tournament with another card of three under 69 while overnight leader Vinod Kumar of Delhi slumped to tied fourth place with a card of ...
Shikha Tandon makes a splash
Chikara hits century
NEW DELHI: Riding on Ravi Chikara's 110, Delhi Police grabbed the first innings lead against Young Friends and earned two points in a two-day match of the DDCA cricket league here. The scores: Delhi Police 283 in 84.3 overs (Ravi ...
Sanam, Shokeen in semifinals
NEW DELHI: Sanam Singh and Vivek Shokeen kept the Indian hopes alive as they ousted the top-seeded Matthew Smith of Britain and the seventh-seeded Frank Moser of Germany in the quarterfinals of the BSNL $10,000 ITF Futures tennis tournament at ...
Paes to partner Damm in Chennai Open
CHENNAI: Leander Paes looks all set to take on the double role of player and commentator at the 2006 Chennai Open. He will partner Martin Damm of the Czech Republic, who earlier had a brief stint with Mahesh Bhupathi, and will skip the singles ...
Shiv Kapur begins badly
OKINAWA: The winner of the Volvo Masters of Asia title last weekend, Shiv Kapur did not have a great opening round and the Indian carded a one-over 72 to finish tied 42nd after first round in the Japan Okinawa Open here today. The Gaurav ...
Racing : Horse
Racing : Motor
Valimaki, Kalliolepo get FIA trophies
CHENNAI: : The `Flying Finns', Jussi Valimaki and co-driver Jarkko Kalliolepo, of Team MRF Tyres collected their rewards at FIA's gala prize distribution function in Monte Carlo recently. While Valimaki assured himself of the drivers' ...
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