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SPORT - ALL IN THE GAME
When Dravid's ploy met with success
South African speedsters will enjoy bowling on the harder surface at Chepauk
South Africa may change its gameplan
Chepauk the past, present and future
CHENNAI: Cricket and Chennai. Two words that spark off images of tied Tests, Sachin's sixes, Saeed's sizzler, and lest we forget, the city's very own claim to fame and weapon of mass perspiration, the scorching sun. And if that weapon doesn't ...
Kerala salvages some pride, finishes third
Players unhappy over Pakistan tour schedule
Mumbai: The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has committed a faux pas by scheduling the tour of Pakistan early next year, much against the interest of the Indian team. A BCCI source revealed that the senior players have expressed ...
Nalbandian masters Federer in thriller
Henry's brace ends Wigan streak
Utsav, Ashwini claim titles
BANGALORE: Utsav Prakash and Ashwini Ponnappa emerged as champions in the Wrarhouse State-ranking badminton championship that concluded at Sadhasshivanagar Club courts here on Sunday. Utsav Prakash made a fine comeback against seasoned D. Guru ...
Bhilai schools corner glory
Chennai: Two schools from Bhilai Viswabharathi and Bhilai GHS, repeated last year's performance by capturing the boys and girls' titles in the PBA-KC Tech all-India inter-school basketball tournament at the Montfort indoor stadium, ...
Army wins Maharaja Hari Singh Cup
NEW DELHI: Argentine riders revelled under the perfect playing conditions as Santiago de Estrada and Martin Ravina steered Army to the title win in the Amby Valley Maharaja Hari Singh memorial cup 14-goal polo tournament at the Jaipur Polo Ground ...
Racing : Horse
Bratz wins Golconda 1000 Guineas
Hyderabad: Bratz (Suraj Narredu astride) won the Golconda 1,000 Guineas, the main event at the races held here on Sunday. The winner is owned by Mr. & Mrs. Shapoor P. Mistry, Mr. & Mrs. Cyrus P. Mistry rep. Manjri Stud Farm Limited and traine
Sports : General
Brazil completes title double
NAGOYA (Japan): Brazil beat South Korea 25-19, 25-18, 25-20 on Sunday to lift the World Grand Champions Cup with five straight wins, completing a title double in world women's volleyball. The United States finished second by whipping 28-26, ...
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