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Saturday, July 16, 2005
PETER ROEBUCK COLUMN - SHOOTING FROM THE HIP
Pressure is back on England
Seldom has a nation craved a sporting trophy as does England the Ashes. It is hardly surprising. Australia took the prize in 1989 and shows not the slightest desire to give it back. Not that the actual urn has been dispatched to Melbourne. ...
Indian team for Sri Lanka tour to be selected on Monday
CHENNAI: The National selection committee will meet in three days' time to pick the squad for the tri-series in Sri Lanka, beginning on July 30. But Justice Albie Sachs, sole member of the Disputes Resolution Committee, will take at least till ...
Chappell optimistic of team's performance
Ganguly, Tendulkar will be back in the thick of action
Malkit fails to make it
KOCHI: Punjab's Malkit Singh failed to qualify for the boys triple jump's final round at the fourth World youth athletic championship in Marrakesh, Morocco, on Friday. The 16-year-old Malkit, who won the New Delhi junior inter-zone gold last ...
Armstrong looks to play it safe
Three tough days in the Pyrenees. We don't want to lose any climbers and Triki (Beltran) is one of our pure climbers Armstrong
Vikrant Chopra bags title
NEW DELHI: Vikrant Chopra won the Northern India Open amateur title with a four-round total of 291 at the Noida golf course here on Friday. For the second time in less than two months Chopra foiled Chirag Kumar's attempt to win a title. He had ...
Racing : Horse
Red Key Point, Melodious and Shakira catch the eye
Hyderabad: Red Key Point, Melodious, Shakira, Da Vinci Rose, Dama Grande and State City pleased when the horses were exercised here on Friday morning. Sand: 600m: Space Net (rb), Divine Perfection (rb) ...
Flightingale, One Tough Guy shine
BANGALORE: Flightingale and One Tough Guy impressed when the horses were exercised here on Friday morning. Outer sand: 800m: Storm Surge (Rajesh), Ministry Of Sound (rb) 1-0.5, 600/45.5. They are in good shape. ...
Amatol expected to score
BANGALORE: Amatol, who has been well prepared, is expected to score in the S.M. Ramakrishna Rao Memorial Cup (1,200m), the feature event of the races to be held here on Saturday. False rails (width about 4m from 1,600m to 1,000m and 6m from ...
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