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Saturday, May 27, 2006
West Indian bowlers put the skids on India
Yuvraj, Kaif and Dhoni do the rescue act
SHOOTING FROM THE HIP - PETER ROEBUCK
A blessing in disguise
Nothing is worse in sport than seeing a great player reduced to mediocrity
Pietersen shores up England
Muralitharan picks up six wickets
Webster to work with Team India
PORT OF SPAIN: Team India has engaged the services of sports psychologist Dr. Rudi Webster, famous for his work with Sir Vivian Richards in the 1970s. The 66-year-old was present at the Indian practice session on Thursday, ahead of the fourth ...
Sania Mirza to meet Anastasia Myskina
NEW DELHI: Sania Mirza was handed a tough draw at the French Open as she runs into former champion and World No. 12 Anastasia Myskina in the first round of the women's singles at the clay court Grand Slam, starting on Sunday. The minor dip in ...
Japan colts drub HAL
Bangalore: The Japan under-20 team defeated HAL 5-1 in a practice match at the Football Stadium here on Friday. The Japanese colts found their rhythm that was sorely missing in their earlier 1-0 win against India under-20 here on Thursday and ...
Rooney ruled out of early stages
LONDON: : Wayne Rooney will travel with England to the World Cup despite being told that he will be unable to resume full training before June 14 at the earliest, four days after his country's opening match. A scan on the Manchester United ...
Saina in semifinals
HYDERABAD: India's Saina Nehwal shocked World No. 4 Xu Huaiwen, the Chinese-born shuttler representing Germany, 12-21, 21-15, 21-17 in the women's singles quarterfinals of the Philippines Open badminton tournament in Manila on Friday, according ...
Integral Coach Factory (Chennai) has the last laugh
Coimbatore: Integral Coach Factory (ICF), Chennai, brushed aside the challenge of Western Railways (Mumbai) 63-59 to enter the second round of the 48th all-India basketball tournament for men here on Friday. The results: Men (knockout): ...
Digvijay moves to 17th
MANILA: : India's Digvijay Singh carded a two-under 70 to move to tied 17th as five Indians made the cut at the 90th Philippine Open golf tournament here on Friday. Australian Scott Strange shares the lead with Yeh Chang-ting of Chinese Taipei ...
Racing : Horse
BANGALORE: Maximise and Tina's Triumph pleased when the horses were exercised here on Friday morning (May 26). Outer sand: 800m: Pal Joey (A. Velu) 1-0, 600/46. Easy. Don Vinton (Mark) 1-0, 600/46.5. Amazing Forest ...
Racing : Motor
Johal takes honours
CHENNAI: Capt. N.S. Johal of the Army Yachting Node won the prize money (Rs. 10,000) Hutch Open sailing championship '06 race on Thursday. Three classes of boats optimist, cadet, and laser, vied for the coveted first prize. Because of ...
Samaresh misses out
NEW DELHI: Samaresh Jung missed a chance to qualify for the Beijing Olympics as he finished a disappointing 36th in the 50m free pistol event at the shooting World Cup in Munich. The Commonwealth Games gold medallist shot a 551 (97,91,94,89,89 ...
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