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Monday, April 04, 2005
It's Alonso all the way
MANAMA, APRIL 3.Fernando Alonso drove like he was powered by a whirlwind, and led from pole to win his second consecutive Grand Prix at the Sakhir International Circuit in Bahrain on Sunday. The win gives Renault its third win of the season, ...
It's almost win the toss, win the match
I don't know what the conditions would be like at the remaining venues, but if it's going to be as hot and humid as it was in Kochi, then I can safely say that the team which wins the toss will, in all likelihood, also win the game. That is ...
Ganguly capable of turning things around
VISAKHAPATNAM, APRIL 3. It is not his ability as a leader that is in question; it is his form as a batsman. And every failure with the bat is pushing Sourav Ganguly further into a corner, the latest being his first ball duck at Kochi. While the ...
Railways wins its second Ranji title
MOHALI, APRIL 3. Sanjay Bangar stood up for the team and spoke for his silent players as Railways celebrated a glorious Ranji Trophy triumph, with an emphatic performance in the final against Punjab at the PCA Stadium here on Saturday. ...
Mukesh Kumar makes it in style
NEW DELHI, APRIL 3.After 87 career titles, spread over 15 years, Mukesh Kumar scripted his first win at the Delhi Golf Club. Came as did in the PSPB Open golf championship, the richest domestic event in the country's sporting history, the 38-year ...
New limit favours bowlers with suspect actions: Elliott
NEW DELHI, APRIL 3. Australian biomechanics expert, Bruce Elliott, revealed fresh information that questions the basis of International Cricket Council's revamped Illegal Bowling Review process. The ICC, early this year, approved changes in ...
Clijsters earns second consecutive title
KEY BISCAYNE, APRIL 3. From corner to corner Kim Clijsters ran, sliding into the splits with a cheerleader's zeal as she retrieved shot after shot, keeping alive yet another rally and her comeback. The tenacious Belgian earned a second ...
Sonal, Tara and Karishma make it
MUMBAI, APRIL 3.Sonal Phadke, Tara Iyer and Karishma Patel qualified for the main draw of the Rajesh Kumar Wadhawan Charitable Trust sponsored $10,000 ITF Women's tennis tournament at the Practennis School courts here on Sunday. ...
Ram Manohar, Arun Kumar in spotlight
HYDERABAD, APRIL 3. Hyderabad archers, N. Ram Manohar and N. Arun Kumar stole the show in the preliminary rounds of the compound bow category finishing first and second respectively in the 90m event on the opening day of the National Ranking ...
Hari holds Azmaiparashvili
DOS HERMANAS (SPAIN), APRIL 3. For a second straight day, P. Hari Krishna drew his game in 31 moves with Georgia's Zurab Azmaiparashvili in the Dos Hermanas International chess tournament here on Saturday. Hari now has one point from two rounds, ...
Racing : Horse
Rain plays havoc
PRETORIA, APRIL 3. The final round of matches in the Women's World Cup were washed out without a ball being bowled. India and Australia shared points after their match was abandoned. It was the same story in the other games between ...
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