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Wednesday, July 13, 2005
A tour robbed of competitive charm
Chennai: In Sri Lanka's 150th Test, Muttiah Muralitharan will not be matching skills with Brian Lara. The contest between the off-spin wizard and the Caribbean genius would have added lustre to the occasion, but this duel under the sun will not ...
Pietersen comes to England's rescue with a blistering knock
LONDON: : England, at its feeblest, found Australia at its well-drilled best in the final one-day international of the Ashes tour at the Oval and, inevitably, fell far short of a winning total, although it was impossible to find an excuse or a ...
King and Gloster satisfied with the fitness levels of probables
A couple of warm-up matches are scheduled in the next phase of the camp
Bangladesh's India tour may be postponed
CHENNAI: : Bangladesh's proposed full tour of India during October is likely to be postponed since the dates clash with that of the Super Series in Australia. Bangladesh was slated to visit India in April this year but that tour had to be put ...
David Shepherd a true professional
LONDON: The Duke of Edinburgh led a series of glowing tributes to one of cricket's greatest-ever umpires David Shepherd whose international career comes to an end with Tuesday's NatWest Challenge match between England and Australia. To ...
Seshu wins title
HYDERABAD: P.V.V. Seshu won the second S.R. Datla memorial open chess tournament, organised by Dronacharya Chess Academy, with eight points from nine rounds. F inal placings: 1. P.V.V. Seshu (8); 2. P. Srinivasa Varma (8), 3. J. ...
Racing : Horse
Acindar, Star Of The Season catch the eye
Pune: Acindar and Star Of The Season shone when the horses were exercised here on Tuesday morning. Training track: 600m: The Corsican (I. Shaikh) 39. Moved freely. Sandslash (Kamlesh) 41. Easy. Eni (rb), Expert ...
Magical Spirit impresses
BANGALORE: Magical Spirit, Talk Of The Devil, Diomedes and Lyricist pleased when the horses were exercised here on Tuesday morning. Outer sand: 800m: Witch Doctor (Ghous) 58, 600/43.5. In good condition. Go Go Boy ...
Adelaide, Cannon Glow please
Hyderabad: Adelaide, Cannon Glow, Blue Falcon and Adams Madame pleased when the horses were exercised here on Tuesday morning. Sand: 600m: Victory Chime (Jagdale) 47. Easy. Thrust Two (ex-Thurst Two) (rb) 47, ...
Pune 2005 season reduced to 25 meetings
Pune: The long-awaited Pune season, which will begin on August 6 and end on October 30, has been reduced to 25 meetings compared to last year's 33. In all, 832 horses will be taking part during the season. The 25 meetings will have 15 Club race ...
Agnivarsh runs with good chance
MYSORE: Agnivarsh, who has been well tuned, runs with a good chance in the Indraprastha Cup (Div. I), (1,400m), the main event of the races to be held here on Wednesday. False rails (width about 8.5m from 1,600m to the winning post) will be in ...
Sports : General
Women's kabaddi in SAF Games
HYDERAEBAD: Women's kabaddi has been included in the 2006 South Asian Federation Games to be held in Colombo, according to Mr. K. Jagadishwar Yadav, newly-elected general secretary of Amateur Kabaddi Federation of India. Mr. Yadav said here on ...
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