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Sunday, April 03, 2005
Indians pull off an easy victory
KOCHI, APRIL 2. Sourav Ganguly began his trudge back to the pavilion looking dazed. Usually the one to know where his stumps are, the southpaw had moved far too across to play Naved-ul-Hasan down the leg-side only to see his leg-stick ...
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Indifferent batting form still a cause for concern
Viv Richards, the former West Indies captain, maintained that his batting form could be gauged by the manner in which he caught in the slips. Sourav Ganguly found out that the reverse holds true as a couple of fierce square cuts went whizzing ...
I am happy with the response from fans
I have been really happy with my performance so far this season and I am sure I will only be getting better as the races go on. I am particularly happy with the way my car has performed. Even though we are not running as fast as the leading cars ...
Yere Goud holding the fort
MOHALI, APRIL 2. An innings of character by Yere Goud put Railways on the winning track on the penultimate day of the Ranji Trophy final at the PCA Stadium here on Saturday. The veteran Railways batsman produced a gritty knock as Railways, ...
India should pick a coach in Wright's mould: Simpson
MUMBAI, APRIL 2.Bobby Simpson, the former Australian captain and coach, can analyse a match or a cricketer well enough to point out flaws in technique and strategy and spot a player's class. According to him, a lot of ordinary cricket is ...
Unbeaten 123 by Suresh Kohli
NEW DELHI, APRIL 2. Suresh Kohli (123 not out - 109b, 14 x 4, 3 x 6) and O.P. Chauhan (53) shared 127-run stand for the third wicket as Delhi Development Authority beat NDP Club by seven wickets and made it to the pre-quarterfinals of the 15th ...
Best win against Pakistan
** The 87-run win was India's best against Pakistan in One-Day Internationals. India had won by 60 runs at Sharjah on 18-10-1991. ** Sourav Ganguly was dismissed first ball for the fifth time ...
Marquis in last four
NEW DELHI, APRIL 2.Christopher Marquis, the lone Indian to make it to the semifinals, did so with a commanding 6-1, 6-2 victory over Pao Wichayaketsophorn in the ITF Asian under-14 tennis championship at the DLTA Complex here on Saturday. ...
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