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Sunday, January 22, 2006
Afridi and Inzamam in blistering partnership
R.P. Singh impresses on debut after replacing Ganguly
There is no room for emotions, says Chappell
FAISALABAD: The moment the team-management decided to play five specialist bowlers in the second Test, Sourav Ganguly was walking on thin ice. And it did not arrive as a huge surprise when the former Indian captain was dropped from the eleven ...
Hingis silences critics with clinical win
Manikantan in, Oasis out
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Hard-hitting batsman P.V. Manikantan is the only new face in the Kerala cricket team for the P. Subbiah Pillai Trophy one-day limited overs South Zone league tournament to be held in Hyderabad from February 10 to 16. Sreekumar ...
Mormugao retains title
VISAKHAPATNAM: Holder Mormugao prevailed over Kolkata through a sudden-death goal in the final of the all-India major ports football tournament at Paradip on Friday. Host Paradip finished third in the tournament. Kedar Nayak of Paradip Port was ...
Kamsky stuns Anand
NEW DELHI: In a stunning result, tailender Gata Kamsky brought down leader Viswanathan Anand in 47 moves in the sixth round of the Corus chess championship at Wijk aan Zee, in Holland, on Friday. Playing white in their Queen's Gambit Accepted ...
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