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Wednesday, November 10, 2004
Sharath shows his class
CHENNAI, NOV. 9. S. Sharath scored a classy century as Tamil Nadu took a huge first innings lead of 298 over Hyderabad in its Ranji Trophy Elite B match at the M.A. Chidambaram Stadium here on Tuesday. Bad light ended play on the third day with ...
Delhi calls the shots
AHMEDABAD, NOV. 9.A sparkling century by Delhi opener Gautam Gambhir and good knocks by three other batsmen helped Delhi pile up 430 for the loss of eight wickets and declare its first innings on third day's play against Gujarat in a Ranji Trophy ...
`I can't predict how I will play in the next few games'
MUMBAI, NOV. 9. Sachin Tendulkar, who showed flashes of brilliance in the Mumbai Test, on Monday said he `cannot predict' if he would adopt a similarly aggressive approach to batting in the matches to come. "It all depends on various factors, ...
India-Australia clash should be biennial
India is now bad news to South Africa because the disruptions are nearly all overcome. It has had some tough cricket coming off a break and will be ready to play closer to its potential. It will be another cracker of a series which will be easier ...
Mumbai halts Railways in its tracks
NEW DELHI, NOV. 9.The Railway players prepared for an anticipated all-day leather hunt slated for Wednesday by indulging in a friendly game of football after the third day's play of their Ranji Trophy Elite group match against Mumbai here on ...
BCCI stands to lose heavily
MUMBAI, NOV. 9.The early finish in all the four Test matches between India and Australia will severely cut into the Board of Control for Cricket in India's (BCCI) revenue share from television rights. According to Prasar Bharati Chief ...
Divij ousts Sugiyama
GURGAON, NOV. 9. Wild card Divij Sharan dismissed the 346th ranked top seed Norikazu Sugiyama of Japan 6-3, 6-3 in the first round of the ITF Satellite tennis circuit at the NTA Complex here on Tuesday. It was a shot in the arm for the ...
Columbus shown the door
MUMBAI, NOV. 9.The No. 8-seed Columbus Marquis of Maharashtra became the first casualty in the Nutrine Naturo All-India Sub-Junior Tennis Championships 2004. At the MSLTA courts here on Tuesday Marquis lost to Gujarat's Vaidik Munshaw of Gujarat ...
Bagan vs East Bengal: Tactical thriller on the cards
NEW DELHI, NOV. 9. A tactical thriller awaits football fans on Wednesday when East Bengal and Mohun Bagan clash for the Durand Cup football title at the Ambedkar Stadium. Provided, of course, that the two Kolkata clubs shed the defensive mindset ...
We're not good enough: Ferguson
MANCHESTER, NOV. 9. It's only early November, yet even Alex Ferguson is almost writing off Manchester United's title chances. Sunday's 0-0 draw with Manchester City at Old Trafford left the Red Devils in seventh place and 11 points behind ...
This year, I've played my best
NEW DELHI, NOV. 9.Some personalities never cease to amaze. They strive hard but silently. Perform with incredible consistency at the highest level yet remain down to earth. Superlatives fall short of describing their contribution to their chosen ...
Ganguly in four-way lead
KOLKATA, NOV. 9.Surya Sekhar Ganguly showed enough resolve to remain the sole Indian among the leaders as rest of his compatriots faltered in the second round of the Alekhine Chess Club-organised International Open chess meet at the Gorky Sadan ...
Negi keeps winning
HERAKLIO (GREECE), NOV. 9.Parimarjan Negi became one of the three players in the entire World Youth Chess Festival to lead their categories with full points. Negi has six points in the under-12 boys section with five rounds to go. Others to ...
Racing : Motor
Karun does well
CHENNAI, NOV. 9. In only his second weekend in World Series, India's Karun Chandhok finished eighth in Race 1 and fourth in Race 2 in the final round of the Nissan World Series in Jerez, Spain. Karun qualified eighth and fifth respectively for ...
Sports : General
SALISBURY, NOV. 9.After his arrest last week on drunken driving charges, the Olympic swimming star Michael Phelps said on Monday that he had made a mistake and would own up to the charges against him. Phelps, 19, was pulled over late Thursday ...
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