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Sunday, September 04, 2005
Zimbabwe should pose no threat
HARARE: The last league match of the Videocon tri-series between India and Zimbabwe at the Harare Sports Club here on Sunday will peter out into meaninglessness. The spots for the final have been sealed, no surprises there, and India's thumping ...
Bond's presence will make the difference
In my last article I had mentioned that we would be using our last game against India to sort out our batting problems ahead of the final. While we did lose the game, the positive is that that aspect of the game was looked after since we did ...
The Williamses set up fourth-round clash
NEW YORK: The Williams sisters, who will play each other on Sunday, held the most intrigue and controversy at the U.S. Open on Friday. A sequined Venus Williams turned into her own promoter on Friday night, stealing a page from professional ...
Manjeet, Geetha strike it rich
INCHEON: Manjeet Kaur and Satti Geetha brought back memories of the golden '80s as they regained Indian women's quarter-mile supremacy on the penultimate day of the 16th Asian athletics championships with a gold-silver finish here on ...
Bridgestone tyres make progress
Crisis brewing in Zimbabwe
Harare: Cricket in Zimbabwe faces an uncertain future after players voiced their unhappiness with the modified contracts issued by Zimbabwe Cricket (ZC), the game's governing boundary in the country. This is just the latest in a series of ...
Racing : Horse
It's Hesperus vs. Galloping Bay
Hyderabad: Hesperus and Galloping Bay may fight out the finish in the Deccan Bookmakers Association Colts Trial Stakes (1,600m) the main event of Sunday's races. There will be no false rails. 1. ZOOM ZOOM PLATE (1,200m) Cat. II, 3-y-o & over ...
Asiatique fancied for main event
Pune: The three-year-old colt Asiatique, who is in good form, is fancied to win the General Rajendrasinhji Trophy (1,800m), the main event of the races to be held here on Sunday (Sept. 4). False rails will be announced two hours before the ...
Thats The Touch shines
BANGALORE: Thats The Touch, Aspinalls, Star Qualities and Adesina pleased when the horses were exercised here on Saturday (Sept. 3). Inner sand 1,600m: Wingnaprayer (Mark) 1-53, 1,400/1-35.5, ...
Arabian Boy, Smart Falcon please
MYSORE: Smart Falcon, Rare Destiny and Arabian Boy shone when the horses were exercised here on Saturday (Sept. 3). Outer sand 800m: Authentic Power (rb) 1-1, 600/45.5. Moved freely. Space Time (Vijay Kumar), Accolade ...
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