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Friday, March 03, 2006
Collingwood puts England back in the game
Embodying the British spirit
Because Collingwood is less talented than the greats he has to put in more effort, writes Ted Corbett
Munaf's presence will boost West
UDAIPUR: Sipping tea, waiting for a connecting train at the Kota platform at one in the morning, North Zone skipper Dinesh Mongia reflected on the significance of domestic cricket and its overall impact on a young mind. "This is ...
White dashes Alok's hopes
PRESTATYN: An exhausted Alok Kumar's dream of a maiden IBSF World snooker Grand Prix title ended late on Wednesday night as he crashed out 5-8 against Michael White, the 14-year-old from Wales. In the best-of-19 frame final on Friday, White meets ...
New-look team meets with approval
CHENNAI: Call it pragmatism or a heartening response, the decision of the Indian Hockey Federation to shuffle the squad for the Commonwealth Games evokes approbation. The return of Viren Resquinha and Deepak Thakur enhances the strength of the ...
Jora Singh betters decathlon record
NEW DELHI: Jora Singh and P.J. Vinod tallied better than the national record in decathlon as the Federation Cup athletics championships went through an otherwise dull day's proceedings at the Nehru Stadium here on Thursday. Decathletes are ...
Indian challenge in singles ends
South faces experienced Central
JAIPUR: Out of the title-race after two successive losses, Central Zone will seek to salvage some pride when it faces an upbeat South Zone in their Deodhar Trophy league match at the Sawai Man Sing Stadium here on Friday. With East sharing ...
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