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Friday, January 06, 2006
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We'll have to play very well to win: Dravid
NEW DELHI: From the day Rahul Dravid began his international career a decade ago, he impressed with his organised ways on a cricket field. His disciplined batting, patient approach and fierce determination all contributed in making him a ...
It's advantage Tamil Nadu
Ganguly has to play a big part for Bengal to force a draw
BILLIARDS & SNOOKER
Ayush Kumar, Pankaj Advani take the honours
CHENNAI: Ludhiana schoolboy Ayush Kumar emerged as the sub-junior snooker champion while the overwhelming favourite Pankaj Advani of PSPB expectedly took the junior billiards title in the LIC-BSNL National billiards and snooker championship here ...
Ivan Ljubicic overcomes Jiri Vanek
Chennai: He came, he saw, he waited. His opponent didn't show up till the fag end of the first set, before which the racket strings had somehow weathered a storm of serves, forehands and volleys. But to his opponent's credit, once he arrived, ...
Every series is equally important: Chappell
NEW DELHI: "To have as many opportunities as possible and to make things as difficult for the opposition as possible" will be coach Greg Chappell's goal, in a nutshell, ahead of the Indian cricket team's 45-day tour of Pakistan. Addressing a ...
Rain frustrates South Africa
SYDNEY: Herschelle Gibbs' dashing 67 ended in a run-out just before rain set in on Thursday as the third cricket Test between Australia and South Africa headed for a draw. After the start was delayed an hour because of showers, play was ...
Munaf Patel rocks Railways
Maharashtra takes first innings lead
Joshi and Kumble trigger Delhi collapse
Karnataka takes crucial first innings lead
Venus downs Sania
Hong Kong: Wimbledon champion Venus Williams overcame an injury scare to down Indian sensation Sania Mirza 6-3, 6-3 in the Champions Challenge in Hong Kong on Thursday. The five-time Grand Slam winner was struggling at a break down in the first ...
Agassi to miss Australian Open
SYDNEY: Australian Open organisers are bracing for a string of high-profile drop-outs after Andre Agassi announced he was withdrawing from the tournament on Thursday. The four-time Australian Open champion said he had been forced to pull out ...
Indian challenge ends with Bopanna
CHENNAI: Even an astrologer wouldn't wish to hazard a guess on this one. When will Indian tennis stop from being a good and gracious host? Every time the expectations are raised, the Indians have crumbled under them. That has been the story in ...
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