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Friday, September 16, 2005
England on track to being the best
It was a great series with fluctuating fortunes, superb personal performances and pulsating finishes
Irfan Pathan's fiery spell puts Zimbabwe on the backfoot
Sourav Ganguly ends century-drought; cameo by Harbhajan
Sania's presence a boost, says Bhupathi
Expresses satisfaction over the other arrangements at the venue
Praneet to be India's youth hockey promoter
NEW DELHI: Praneet Kaur of Yadvendra Public School, Patiala, has been nominated as India's youth promoter for the FIH hockey festival in Santiago, Chile. Praneet, who captains her school team, will attend the `World hockey promoter festival of ...
NEW DELHI: The third women's World boxing championship will be held in Podolsk, near Moscow, from September 25 to October 3 after the Amateur International Boxing Association (AIBA) stepped in to save the event. Originally scheduled in St. ...
New format for winter National championship
CHENNAI: A new format designed to give every team as many deals as possible will be in force when the Tamil Nadu Bridge Association stages the winter National championships at the JJ Stadium from December 27 to January 5. Last held in this ...
Jyoti Randhawa stretches lead
BANGALORE: Only three golfers mastered the KGA course on the penultimate day of the Hero Honda Open South tournament. Jyoti Randhawa once again had a sub-par score (69) to retain the lead by six strokes over Mukesh Kumar, while Chennai's ...
Racing : Horse
Hugo shows out
Pune: Hugo, Rosenkavalier and Amazing Power showed out when the horses were exercised here on Thursday morning (Sept. 15). Outer sand: 600m: Arctic Mist (P.S. Deora) 38. Moved freely. Summer Wind (Bhadke) 39. Handy. ...
Al Habib pleases
MYSORE: Al Habib, Romantic Forever and Rahil pleased when the horses were exercised here on Thursday morning (Sept. 15). Outer sand: 800m: Star Emblem (Prem), Wolverine (Rajendra Singh) 1-3.5, 600/48.5. ...
BANGALORE: Democraticus, Aspinalls, Arturo and Supreme Power shone when the horses were exercised here on Thursday morning (Sept. 15). Inner sand: 1,200m: Wingnaprayer (Mark) 1-22.5, 1,000/1-10, 800/55, 600/43.5. ...
It's Precious King vs. Always Champ
Chennai: Precious King and Always Champ may fight out the finish of the Maraimalai Plate (1,000m), the main event of the races to be held here on Friday. 1 LOTUS PLATE (1,400m), Cl. V-B 2-30: 1. Crimson Tiger (3) Sham Kumar 67 ...
Rising Force well placed on weights
MYSORE: Rising Force, who is well placed on weights, is expected to score in the Maharaja's Gold Cup (1,600m), the feature event of the races to be held here on Friday. False rails (width about 2.5m from 1,600m to the winning post) will be in ...
Dama Grande and Adelaide catch the eye
Hyderabad: Adelaide and Dama Grande caught the eye when the horses were exercised here on Thursday (Sept. 15). Outer grass: 600m: Pleasure Way (Ramana) 44.5. Extended. 800m: Blue Falcon (Farokh), Great Combination ...
Racing : Motor
Chandhok's fate hangs in the balance
Mumbai: Armaan Ebrahim might become the first Indian to race for the A1 Team India in the inaugural A1 Grand Prix at Brands Hatch, Great Britain 10 days from now, should the ruling in a race license conflict between the Federation Internationale ...
Sports : General
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