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Tuesday, August 01, 2006
Beyond argument Tendulkar must be chosen
Tendulkar must play until he has been reduced to a pale shadow of his former self, writes Peter Roebuck
Sri Lanka crushes South Africa by an innings and 153 runs
COLOMBO: Muttiah Muralitharan took six second-innings wickets and 10 for the match to propel Sri Lanka to a crushing innings and 153-run win over South Africa in the first cricket test. Resuming Monday at 311 for four, South Africa was ...
The Wright way of making errors
Wright has used the passion for the game to fuel the sentiments of the people with whom he had worked, writes Makarand Waingankar
Pressure on Gatlin to explain
Facile win for Tiruvallur
CHENNAI: Tiruvallur scripted a nine-wicket win over Nilgiris in the TNCA Sumeru Soft inter-district under-17 cricket tournament for P.R. Thevar Trophy here. Big win for Coimbatore At Coimbatore, host Coimbatore ...
Haas overcomes Tursunov for LA title
LOS ANGELES: : Germany's Tommy Haas won his third title of the year and the second Los Angeles championship in three years when he beat Russian Dmitry Tursunov 4-6, 7-5, 6-3 in the Countrywide Classic on Sunday. ``I'll try to keep this going ...
IAF blanks Simla Youngs
NEW DELHI: Indian Air Force, New Delhi upset defending champion Simla Youngs 3-0 in the semifinal of the second Uttranchal Cup football tournament at the Ambedkar Stadium here on Monday. The winner led 1-0 at the half time. R. Thapliyal scored ...
Shazuli wins title
Chennai: Syed Anwar Shazuli, 28, of Integral Coach Factory, Chennai won the 19th all-India railway chess championship that concluded at the ICF Stadium on Monday. The final round saw a double blow for Western Railway as both its overnight ...
Hari Krishna takes sole lead
NEW DELHI: Favourite P. Hari Krishna outplayed second-seeded Hungarian Zoltan Almasi in 54 moves to head the six-player field with 2.5 points after three rounds of the Marx Gyorgy memorial chess tournament in Paks, Hungary, on Sunday. Hari, ...
Ning He takes centrestage
SURAT: : China unveiled another set of promising gymnasts as a quartet of young girls clinched the gold medal in the women's artistic gymnastics team event at the 3rd Asian championship at the Indoor Stadium here on Monday. Ning He led the ...
Racing : Horse
Racing : Motor
Dilip Rogger finishes sixth
CHENNAI: : Chennai's Dilip Rogger finished sixth in both races in the third round of the Malaysian Super Series 2006 for two-wheelers in the 600cc category, at the 2.7 km Sepang Circuit North. He finished first amongst the private entries, in ...
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