Part 1 (Pages: 1-12 :: File Size: 2.49 MB)
Dhoni's blitz tears Pakistan asunder
Pakistan thought it had given itself at least an even-money chance. Until Mahendra Singh Dhoni changed the match into a one-beast race, writes S. Ram Mahesh.
Sania and etcetera
With Sania Mirza struggling to recapture her winning touch at the start of the new season, the recent achievements of the rest of the established Indian girls do not present the best case for them to be models of inspiration, writes Kamesh Srinivasan.
The Indians performed admirably in the crunch situations at Rawalpindi. And more than the victory, the manner in which it was achieved must have been heartening for the team, writes S. Dinakar.
Pakistan's light in darkness
The Indians did not take their chances. The Pakistani fielders were seen congratulating each other as they walked back. Their body language told the tale, writes S. Dinakar.
Indians in Pathan land
After the 2004 defeat, the Men in Blue lost an one-dayer in Peshawar again. But, they enjoyed a different date with history in the city after visiting the
Khyber Pass, writes S. Dinakar.
Part 2 (Pages: 13-26 :: File Size: 1.70 MB)
A dream come true
Uttar Pradesh stayed focussed. The players put aside their differences and played as a well-knit unit to lift the Ranji Trophy, writes Rakesh Rao.
Here And There
Milking the cash cow
The BCCIís recent decision to allocate more money as match fees to domestic players has narrowed the financial gap between international and domestic cricket,writes Nandakumar Marar.
King of Corus
I think it is difficult to single out the most important victory. At different stages in your career, different things take importance, says Viswanathan Anand to Rakesh Rao.
Crowd support overwhelming
The 2006 PHL, held in Chandigarh was a huge success with an overflowing response from the spectators, writes Vijay Lokapally.
Part 3 (Pages: 27-32 :: File Size: 697 KB)
Giving the cold shoulder
Itís not easy to get involved with sports where most of the time you canít tell Franz from Fredrik behind those hats, goggles, gloves and sweaters. This is the Anonymous Games, writes Rohit Brijnath.
Part 4 (Pages: 33-40 :: File Size: 1.09 MB)
Menís recurve National champion Jayanta Talukdar is one who wants to win an individual medal at the Doha Games, writes S. Sabanayakan.
Star Poster: Sachin Tendulkar (File Size : 193 KB)
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