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Saturday, October 02, 2004
Tendulkar's inclusion, a psychological move
CHENNAI, OCT. 1. It was only logical that the newly-appointed senior National selection committee included Sachin Tendulkar in the 15-man squad for the first two Tests against Australia. It couldn't have been otherwise after the BCCI doctor, ...
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Engrossing battles, exciting results
Kolkata 2001 wasn't just another Test match. It was historic a classic turnaround from the brink of defeat that not only ended the 16-match winning streak of Steve Waugh's Indomitables, but changed the face of Indian cricket as well. It ...
Mumbai batsmen make slow progress
MUMBAI, OCT. 1. Australia's ace fast bowler Glenn McGrath gave a classic demonstration of seam bowling with both the new ball and the old after Adam Gilchrist declared the first innings at 302. The tour selectors' decision to leave out Jason ...
Tendulkar in team for first two Tests
BANGALORE, OCT. 1. Sachin Tendulkar was named in the Indian squad for the first two Tests against Australia at Bangalore and Chennai. "The fact that he is there in the squad means that he is considered for selection in the playing eleven. ...
Sehwag, Yuvraj spur India Seniors to victory
BANGALORE, OCT. 1. Virender Sehwag and Yuvraj Singh's return to runs spurred India Seniors to a five-wicket win over India `A' in a practise match that concluded at the Chinnaswamy Stadium here on Friday. The duo scored blistering centuries to ...
India flatters to deceive
LAHORE, OCT. 1. India missed out on a great chance to square the series as it squandered a two-goal advantage to be held 4-4 by Pakistan in the fourth hockey Test here on Friday. India, which was leading 4-2 with 13 minutes to go for the final ...
Kramnik stays ahead
BRISSAGO (SWITZERLAND), OCT. 1. For the third successive game, Vladimir Kramnik of Russia and Peter Leko of Hungary split the point. But the fourth game in the Dannemann World classical chess championship turned out to be a long battle, unlike ...
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Accountability needed from federations: Dutt
CHENNAI, OCT. 1. Dismissing the coaches for dope related incidents at the Athens Olympics reflected the Government's immediate reaction but the Union Minister for Sports and Youth Affairs, Mr. Sunil Dutt has initiated discussions with the various ...
The diuretic plot thickens...
NEW DELHI, OCT. 1. Weightlifter Sanamacha Chanu, slapped a life-ban by the Indian Olympic Association (IOA), had indicated that a `recovery drip' provided by coach Leonid Taranenko might have led to her positive test for the diuretic, furosemide, ...
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