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Friday, November 25, 2005
The game at Eden has more than a point to prove
Graeme Smith looks at it as the first of a two-match finals; Spinners may have a major part to play
Chappell did not want Ganguly
The Australian used his `stet skills' to make a scathing attack
Khanolkar leads Railways' recovery
Vinay scalps five
Kolkata holds special memories for us
Five players for NBTA
CHENNAI: Five promising players from Tamil Nadu, will get a chance to get some specialised racquet-training at the Nick Bollettieri Tennis Academy (NBTA) in Florida, as part of the `Advantage Tamil Nadu' programme, organised by IMG in association ...
England claws its way to a draw
First or 100th, its the same: Ganguly
Pune: Sourav Ganguly on Thursday said he would treat his comeback to the Indian side as if it was his first Test match. "If I get a chance against Sri Lanka, I will give my best as I did in my first Test, and try to do well," Ganguly said in ...
BCCI chief has only casting vote
Mumbai: Former Chief Election Commissioner, T.S. Krishnamurthy, appointed observer by the Supreme Court to oversee the BCCI elections, has ruled that the BCCI President shall not be entitled to vote and that the Bihar Cricket Association, not ...
The missing `Prince'
KOLKATA: Sourav Ganguly, popularly known as 'Prince of Kolkata' one of the big sporting icons of Bengal, will miss the Eden Gardens as much as his die-hard supporters will when India takes on South Africa in the fourth One-Day International on ...
Ganguly helps Bengal recover
PUNE: After displaying his prowess with the ball, former India captain Sourav Ganguly showed his mettle with the bat by scoring an unbeaten 81 to steer Bengal's recovery. At close, Bengal was 202 for five, in reply to Maharashtra first innings ...
Rafael Nadal is the star attraction
Chennai: 2005 was a `C'mon Moya' and `C'mon Srichaphan' show. Come 2006, and kids can soon start practising N-A-D-A-L, not that they need any practice. Rafael Nadal, the world No.2 with a blistering forehand and elastic ball-reach accessorised ...
Junior National from today
Chennai: The Junior National athletics championship is to serve as the starting block in establishing a full-fledged institute of sports conforming to all the parameters of international recongition. This was stated by chairman and chancellor of ...
Bilbao (Spain): Even though the final score line read 8-4 in favour of the chess softwares, ex-FIDE champions Alexander Khalifman, Rustam Kasimdzhanov and Ruslan Ponomariov put up a good show to draw their final round games on the last day of the ...
Cricketers tee off in right earnest
BANGALORE: Ian Bishop was slightly bewildered on his arrival at Bangalore. He had flown out of England quite happy to have left the English weather behind and was looking forward to some sunny days here. "I never expected that it would be raining ...
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