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Sunday, June 04, 2006
SPORT - CRICKET
West Indies in command
St. John's: A forceful second-wicket partnership of 119 from just 23.3 overs between Chris Gayle and Ramnaresh Sarwan helped the West Indies seize control on the second day of the first Test here at the Antigua Recreation Ground. The West ...
Lankan spinners call the shots
Collingwood plays an anchor role
Wanted: a professional media manager
ST. JOHN'S: : Things in Indian cricket management get ridiculouser and ridiculouser, with apologies to Lewis Carroll. When a team manager someone of whom a certain standard of professionalism and intelligence is expected tells ...
Israel men defeat India
TURIN: It took a 3-1 thrashing at the hands of Israel to put the Indian men firmly out of the medal race of the Chess Olympiad here on Friday. The women, though victorious and stayed in the joint fourth spot with USA, will require big wins over ...
Monroe clinches title
DEHRA DUN: Nick Monroe of the U.S. kept improving as the match progressed and beat Sunil Kumar 4-6, 6-1, 6-3 in the final of the ONGC $15,000 ITF men's Futures tennis tournament here on Saturday. It was a welcome relief for Nick as he had lost ...
Sunil Raju wreaks havoc
BANGALORE: : South was on the verge of victory after off-spinner Sunil Raju grabbed an unfinished match haul of 11 wickets to leave Central tottering in a Col. Hemu Adhikari Memorial NCA inter-academy tournament match at the RSI Ground here on ...
A good effort: Lara
ST. JOHN'S: West Indies captain Brian Lara was happy with his side's performance on the first day of the first Test, though he saw areas that could be improved on. "After I saw a couple take off, I thought we should not give them more than ...
Hewitt moves past Hrbaty with ease
Billiards & Snooker
Sethi regains World title
Mumbai: Geet Sethi regained the World professional billiards title defeating England's Lee Lagan by over 1000 points in a five-hour final on Friday. Sethi regained the title he had lost in 1998, besides pocketing the winner's purse of £5,000. ...
Joydeep is champion
KOLKATA: Joydeep Dutta emerged the surprise champion in the premier under-25 section of the Karvy the Finapolis chess for youth championship at the Netaji Indoor Stadium here on Saturday. In the final round, Dutta outwitted the overnight ...
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