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Flintoff lifts England's spirits
COLOMBO, DEC. 18. It may surprise you to know, since he is a solemn-looking cove, that the England coach Duncan Fletcher is fond of a good time. He often suggests to his players that it is "time they put their hands up and came to the party" by ...
It's all about getting it Wright
HOBART, DEC. 18. Watching the Indians at the indoor `nets' at the scenic Bellerive Oval, what struck the most was the commitment of coach John Wright. Giving instructions to one, attending to the needs of another, he was a busy man even with just ...
Hyderabad posts a mammoth 447
HYDERABAD, DEC. 18. It was a frustrating day for Tamil Nadu. First, the Hyderabad tail wagged merrily, adding 181 runs for the last two wickets to help the host pile up an imposing 447. Then the host had the opposition struggling at 87 for three ...
Kamala Kannan wins match, Sanam the hearts
NEW DELHI, DEC. 18. He won the hearts but not the match. Consistent winning at the higher level can wait, for Sanam Singh has a long way to go, and among other things, needs to add many kilometres to his serve, which at the moment is as friendly ...
Coca-Cola to sponsor NFL
NEW DELHI, DEC. 18.The on-going National Football League (NFL), at last, has found a sponsor. The All India Football Federation (AIFF) has signed Coca-Cola India for NFL's title sponsorship, initially for a period of two years. The AIFF ...
Harikrishna, Chanda catch up with Ganguly
KOZHIKODE, DEC. 18.There have already been more twists in the 41st National men's `A' chess championship t than those in an O. Henry short story. First, the only female player in the fray, Koneru Humpy became the first one to take the sole ...
Ranbir pulls off dream victory over Raman
MANESAR, DEC. 18.After S. Raman had fought from the brink of defeat to lead Ranbir Das in the deciding game, most people present in the Manesar Club hall had waited for the 34-year-old National champion to put the finishing touches to truly ...
AP boys, Maharashtra girls are champions
KOZHIKODE, DEC. 18. After winning the lion's share of the medals at stake, Andhra Pradesh boys and Maharashtra girls emerged champions in the inaugural National sub-junior weightlifting championship, which concluded at the V.K. Krishna Menon ...
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