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Dhoni puts his head down to guide India home
DHAKA: . India's batting strength was put to test before M.S. Dhoni and Dinesh Karthik propelled the team to a five-wicket win over a refreshingly determined Bangladesh in the first of the three-match one-day series here on Thursday. The ...
Exceptional partnership: Dravid
DHAKA: : India skipper Rahul Dravid gave credit to M. S. Dhoni and Dinesh Karthik for the five-wicket victory over Bangladesh here on Thursday. "The partnership between Dhoni and Karthik was really special. The conditions were difficult. Under ...
Pakistan gets past China
IPOH: : Competition was close but lacked the intensity as the two classification matches meandered through a prosaic course in the Sultan Azlan Shah international hockey tournament on Thursday. In a clash involving two pan-American ...
Tempers fray as Man U holds Chelsea
LONDON: Manchester United emerged with a 0-0 draw from a bad-tempered clash against Chelsea on Wednesday that could have ended with both sides down to 10 men. Sir Alex Ferguson's side had delivered a knockout blow in the title race by taking ...
Erratic Federer crashes out
ROME: Roger Federer was sensationally knocked out in the third round of the Rome Masters by Filippo Volandri on Thursday. Federer uncharacteristically made 44 unforced errors in his shock 6-2, 6-4 defeat to the Italian wildcard ranked 53rd in ...
Carvalho & Co. on track
Journalists mark protest against arson attack on Madurai newspaper office
Professional organisations pass resolution urging Government to bring to book those involved
OBC case: Vahanvati submits consolidated list of issues
Bench expected to incorporate questions necessary for adjudication
Sheila Dikshit apologises
NEW DELHI: A day after her controversial comments about people from Uttar Pradesh and Bihar settling in the capital created a furore, Delhi Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit on Thursday addressed a press conference to express regret and extend her ...
A vulture takes wing, now on its own
It is released in Thailand after bird flu fears thwarted trip back to Mongolia
High Court stays penalty on derecognised schools
Government, schools go into a huddle over next move
Designing an eco-friendly stove
Foreign students join hands with a city unit
Storm over Delhi Chief Minister's remarks
Lok Sabha adjourned without transacting any business; angry MPs demand Sheila's resignation
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