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Multan declaration was a mistake: Ganguly
NEW DELHI, APRIL 29. Indian cricket captain Sourav Ganguly has conceded that the declaration in the Multan Test against Pakistan with Sachin Tendulkar on 194 was a ``mistake''. ``We made a mistake in this matter but we need to look ahead now. ...

Sri Lanka completes whitewash
HARARE, April 29. Sri Lanka beat Zimbabwe by 25 runs in the fifth and final one-day cricket international here on Thursday and completed a 5-0 series whitewash. The Zimbabweans however managed a much-improved performance in this game. For only ...

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  • Three hit centuries
  • Australia to go ahead with Zimbabwe tour
  • Mithun scores century
  • Akhtar claims innocence
  • Disciplinary panel seeks more time
  • Hero Indian Sports awards on May 15
  • Fine show by Bantoo
  • Easy for Taj Banjara
  • Shankara Rao scalps six
  • All-round show by Girish
  • Facile win for Modern School
  • Puneet shines

    Moya moves up
    BARCELONA, APRIL 29. Second-seeded Carlos Moya of Spain and third-seeded David Nalbandian of Argentina eased through the second round of the $1.2 million Open Seat Godo on Wednesday. Moya, the defending champion, defeated Daniel Elsner of ...

    Rohan stuns Rohit
    KOLKATA, APRIL 29. Seventh-seeded Rohit Kumar was stunned by qualifier Rohan Ray in straight sets in the boys' under-18 singles category of the Shambazar Tennis Club organised AITA Talent Series meet here on Thursday. ...

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  • Rahul Gogia moves up
  • Double for Yeshwanth, Aishwarya

    India lifts junior Asia Cup
    KARACHI, APRIL 29. Left-winger Tushar Khandekar scored a hat-trick as India outplayed Pakistan 5-2 in the final to clinch its maiden junior Asia Cup hockey title here today. Khandekar, one of the most promising players in Indian hockey, and ...

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  • Artillery Centre routs Income Tax
  • Weather plays spoilsport

  • Santosh Trophy getting dribbled around
  • Rizwan's brace in Air India's win
  • Hindustan FC pips J&K Bank
  • (Un)Sporting coach banned
  • ITI holds BSF

  • Indian women take seventh position

  • AFI selects 23 athletes for Ukraine
  • ATNK & K Area triumphs

  • Hyderabad boys, girls post wins
  • Beagles, Vivekananda take titles
  • More questions than answers for U.S. Olympic team
  • Leading teams for State-level basketball

    Billiards & Snooker
  • Hendry sets up intriguing clash with O'Sullivan

  • Ratnakaran emerges champion
  • Karthikeyan in sole lead

  • Bhavna Shetty to represent India
  • Chowrasia regains top spot

  • 80 competitors likely for Nationals

    Sports : General
  • HISA awards nominees announced
  • All-India rugby begins today

    Table Tennis
  • Inter-dist. table tennis meet begins today

    World View
    Graf has no plans to return
    PROVIDENCE (RHODE ISLAND): Steffi Graf is enjoying retirement and family life. Don't expect to see her in a tournament again — even as a mixed doubles partner for husband Andre Agassi. ``No, no. I'm not coming back. That's not going to ...

    All 18? You must be kidding!
    BERLIN: Michael Schumacher has given hope to his rivals, saying that a suggestion he might win all 18 races this season was not serious. ``I don't want to have anything to do with such speculation, not only because it's too early but also ...

    Learning experience for Alexander Popov
    MOSCOW: Four-time Olympic champion Alexander Popov failed in his bid to become the president of the Russian Swimming Federation (RSF), beaten 40-33 by incumbent Gennady Alyoshin. Popov lost despite receiving heavy backing from several top Russian ...

    `Recall Dhanraj and Dhillon'
    MUMBAI: Former Indian hockey team captain M. M. Somayya, deploring the squad's lacklustre performance in Australia, called for the inclusion of experienced players Dhanraj Pillay and Baljit Singh Dhillon before the Athens Olympics. ``The ...

    Time to tee off, elsewhere
    TRAVELERS REST (SOUTH CAROLINA): It turns out Jack Nicklaus might be finished with more than just the Masters. He spoke about giving up a game he once dominated, winning 73 PGA Tour events and 18 Major titles. ``I'm about done playing golf,'' ...

    Memorable experience for pony-tailed star
    GENOA (ITALY): Italy's Roberto Baggio returned to say goodbye to international football after a five-year absence and said the 1-1 friendly draw with Spain provided him with the best moment of his career. The former `European Player of the ...

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