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Friday, February 10, 2006
Australians planning pace assault on Jayasuriya
Toss is going to be pretty important: Ponting
Indians need to rework batting order
SHOOTING FROM THE HIP: PETER ROEBUCK COLUMN
Show Murali the respect he deserves
Australians need to confront and correct their growing reputation for bad sportsmanship off the field
Srinath on ICC panel
Colombo: India's former pace spearhead Javagal Srinath will be part of the three-member Bowling Action Advisory Panel (BAAP) which will identify bowlers with potentially flawed actions at the ongoing ICC Under-19 Cricket World Cup here. Apart ...
Bopanna, Amritraj to launch campaign
New Delhi: Rohan Bopanna and Prakash Amritraj will launch India's Davis Cup campaign against Korea in the Asia-Oceania Group I first round tie in Changwon, Korea, from Friday. Bopanna will play Hee-Seok Chung in the opening singles and Amritraj ...
Samip stops a fighting Shabaaz
CHENNAI: Top seed Samip Mehta of Gujarat battled for an hour and 55 minutes to outlast Maharashtra's Shabaaz Khan 1-6, 6-2, 6-1 to advance to the boys' under-14 final of the The Hindu-Sportstar AITA junior tennis tournament at the ...
Navratilova hopes to carry on
Turin: Even as she turns 50 this October and recovers from knee surgery, Martina Navratilova plans to play a full schedule of doubles tournaments in 2006, including the Grand Slams, and might take another stab at singles. ``I just feel like I'm ...
Negi gets off to a flier
MOSCOW: : Double Grandmaster norm holder Parimarjan Negi scored a fluent win over former women's World Champion Zhu Chen of China in the first round of Group `A2' in the Aeroflot International Open Chess tournament at Hotel Delta-Gamma. ...
MPT surprises Kerala
KOLLAM: They looked like an incongruous bunch on the field. With their receding hairlines and less than perfect figures, the Major Port Trust team would hardly have scared anyone away. But the oldies had a whole bag of tricks under their sleeves ...
Muniyappa in sole lead
Lucknow: C. Muniyappa carded 3-under 67 to take his two-day tally to 134 to be the sole leader at the Lucknow golf club, which forms the 11th leg of the Amby Valley PGAI Tour on Thursday. For the second day running, as the game was delayed by ...
Racing : Horse
Sports : General
Panel to look into athletes' disappearance
Hard-fought win for South
VISAKHAPATNAM: South Zone scored a hard-fought win over East Zone to record its third win in the all-India SAI inter-region volleyball tournament at the Port Indoor Stadium here on Thursday. South beat East 25-23, 21-25, 25-22, 25-21 in the ...
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