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Saturday, January 07, 2006
Ponting points the way for Australia
Indian campaign begins today
PETER ROEBUCK COLUMN- SHOOTING FROM THE HIP
Ganguly's selection defies logic
Jesuraj too hot to handle
Ganguly's knock not enough for Bengal
Srichaphan crashes out
Chennai: All that Kristof Vliegen had to do was turn up for the match. Paradorn Srichaphan made sure that nothing more was required. Fifty three minutes later, Vliegen might have just slipped in a little thank you to Srichaphan for giving him ...
BILLIARDS & SNOOKER
Anuja is champion
CHENNAI: She had missed retaining her billiards title but Anuja Thakur will still have happy memories as she regained the snooker title 3-1 at the expense of the reigning champion Vidya Pillai of Tamil Nadu in the LIC-BSNL national billiards and ...
Bond, Patel break Sri Lanka
WELLINGTON: A rehabilitated fast bowler and a novice offspinner combined on Friday to bowl New Zealand to a 21-run win over Sri Lanka in the fourth limited-overs cricket international. Shane Bond, nearing his best after a crippling run of ...
Hingis' run ends in semifinals
GOLD COAST: Martina Hingis' perfect record in her comeback tournament ended on Friday with a loss in the semifinals of the Australian women's hardcourt championships and she has a minor hip injury. Fourth-seeded Flavia Pennetta of Italy ...
Double delight for Sanaa
CHANDIGARH: Rupesh Roy and Sanaa Bhambri won a double crown each in the Sunny Enclave ITF juniors grade `III' tennis tournament at the CLTA Complex here on Friday. On a bright morning, Sanaa was in roaring form as she blanked Chinese ...
No stopping the PSPB teams
BANGALORE: The team PSPB did it again, winning both the men's and women's titles of the 61st senior National inter-state championship at the KBA courts here. In the men's title contest, Petroleum Sports Promotion Board (PSPB) blanked Kerala ...
Ramesh, Aloke win Holkar Trophy
Chennai: V. Ramesh Kumar-Aloke Sadhu pair of West Bengal won the Holkar Trophy for the open pair event in the 47th edition of National bridge championship at the J.J. Indoor Stadium, Kilpauk, in Chennai. After a gruelling 62-deal final played ...
Racing : Horse
Friendly Fire appeals most
Hyderabad: Friendly Fire appeals most among the five runners in the Sri A.S. Krishna Memorial Cup (2,200m), the main event of the Saturday's races. False rails (width about 3 metres from 1,400m to 600m and 4 metres from 600m to the winning ...
Mystical for main event
Mumbai: Mystical, who is in pink of condition as evidenced by his track movements, should not find it difficult to win the Ramniwas Ramnarain Ruia Gold Cup (2000m), the feature event of Saturday's races. False rails (width 2 metres from 1400m ...
Sports : General
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