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Sunday, March 19, 2006
Dravid a role model: Sharad Pawar
He joins elite band of Indian cricketers who have played 100 or more Tests
Chanu claims second weightlifting gold for India
Paddlers storm into semifinals, shuttlers in quarterfinals
Samaresh Jung shoots two gold medals
MELBOURNE: Indian marksman Samaresh Jung became the first double gold medallist of the 2006 Commonwealth Games, winning two pistol pairs events within four hours on Saturday and with different partners. Shrugging off the disappointment of ...
C'WEALTH GAMES: HOCKEY
Pakistan mauls India
Andrew Strauss comes good
Confident U.P. takes on Baroda
LUCKNOW: It should provide an insight into the tactics of four coaches, each different from the other,when the teams line up for the semifinals of the all-India inter-State one-day cricket tournament here on Sunday. A confident Uttar Pradesh is ...
Challenge for drivers, engineers alike
Physically, it is one of the most demanding races of the season, writes Narain Karthikeyan
Special moment for me: Strauss
MUMBAI: Andrew Strauss's eighth Test hundred his first time in nine innings past 50 helped England to a position of strength on the first day of the third Test against India at the Wankhede Stadium here. "I know it has been a ...
Romario backs Ronaldo
RIO DE JANEIRO: Romario gave credit to his former teammate Ronaldo by asking critics to stay away from the Real striker. The veteran striker said on Friday that Ronaldo was being unfairly criticised, and was confident that the Real Madrid ...
KOCHI: The second Payyappilly Stanley memorial all-Kerala inter-collegiate football tournament, conducted by the Metro Cochin Football Academy, will be held at the St Albert's College Ground, Kaloor, from April 19. Some of Kerala's top teams ...
10 venues to host 2010 World Cup
GENEVA: FIFA, the world soccer's governing body, on Friday named 10 venues that will host matches at the 2010 World Cup in South Africa. South Africa's World Cup Local Organising Committee (LOC) said last week that a 68,000-capacity all-weather ...
Anju, Vikas Gowda to spearhead Indian challenge
Atwal misses cut again, Chopra stays on course
Miami: Ghost of the greens continues to haunt Arjun Atwal and the Orlando-based Indian's nightmarish 12-over 84 saw him missing the cut in his second successive tournament even though Indian-born Swede Daniel Chopra stayed in the hunt after the ...
Racing : Horse
Racing : Motor
Fisichella takes pole
Gulf Dirt track National championship
MANGALORE: The first leg of Gulf Dirt Track National Championship will be staged here on April 15 and 16. The total prize money on offer in each leg of the championships is Rs. 93,500. For details and entry forms can see ...
Sports : General
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