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Friday, December 23, 2005
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Sachin is remarkable: Chappell
Dhoni find of the season
The swashbuckler could be an automatic choice for the Pakistan tour
Yuvraj deserves his place: Sehwag
Says he isn't too concerned about Test rankings
World Cup 2007 my goal: Ganguly
New Delhi: The selection committee may feel that Sourav Ganguly doesn't fit into Team India's scheme of things for future but the axed southpaw is determined to play in the World Cup 2007. ``World Cup 2007 is my goal and I believe that I have ...
Rohan Bopanna keeps his cool
Latest stringing machine set up at Chennai
CHENNAI: After Mumbai and Bangalore, it is Chennai, which will have the benefit of the latest electronic badminton and tennis stringing machine `Es 5 Pro', a fully computerised facility that guarantees 100 per cent stringing result. At a ...
Seeds have little trouble
KOLKATA: : Most of the seeded players moved into the second round of The Telegraph schools chess championship at Gorky Sadan on Thursday. The only casualty among the seeds was the 10th seeded local boy Saikat Mallick who was held to a draw ...
Racing : Horse
Sports : General
HYDERABAD: Pentyala Harikrishna will leave for Spain on Friday morning to take part in the Pamplona international round-robin chess tournament in pursuit of his first target of reaching the 2700-plus rating. Speaking to The Hindu on the ...
Bopanna loses twice
BANGALORE: Sajan Bopanna suffered two successive defeats. After a string of good runs, the talented Bopanna suffered his first reversal at the hands of D. Rajkumar and then put up a plucky show against B. Bhaskar before bowing out 3-5 in the ...
Sufficient security for India's Pakistan tour
Lahore: Ahead of the arrival of a six-member delegation from India to review the arrangements for Indian team's tour of Pakistan beginning in January, the PCB tried to allay concerns saying that the security would exceed visitors' expectations. ...
KESPA Chennai City School Games
CHENNAI: The Kerala Sports Persons Association (KESPA), is conducting its second Chennai City Schools Games at the YMCA campus, Nandanam, on January 14 and 15. W.I. Davaram, a patron of KESPA, said that there would be competitions in five ...
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