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Thursday, November 03, 2005
Indians looking to maintain the momentum
Dhoni's knock is incomparable
The two wicketkeepers provided completely contrasting examples of limited-overs batting, writes Tom Moody
No place for MacGill in Aussie squad
India is a seriously good team in the making
Competition has brought about changes
Naomi toils to down Ksenia
Pune: Qualifier Naomi Cavaday of Great Britain overcame a resolute Ksenia Palkina of Kirghyzstan in a fully stretched struggle 6-7 (7-9), 7-5, 7-6 (7-4), while Indian third seed Shruti Dhawan went down to Czarina Arevalo of Phillipines 6-1, 4-6, ...
Misery for Coria, Puerta
PARIS: Argentinian duo Guillermo Coria and Mariano Puerta, beaten Roland Garros finalists in 2004 and 2005, endured another dose of French misery on Tuesday when they crashed out of the Paris Masters. Coria, the second seed, lost 6-4, 6-2 to ...
Paes-Zimonjic qualify for Masters Cup
New Delhi: Leander Paes and his Serbian partner Nenad Zimonjic have qualified for the doubles event of the season-ending ATP tennis Masters Cup in Shanghai from November 13 to 20. The combination made it to the elite event as the fifth ranked ...
Sanam Singh jumps to No. 13 in the world
NEW DELHI: The recently crowned Asia-Oceania junior Sanam Singh has jumped up to No.13 in the latest ITF junior ranking list. The 17-year-old Chandigarh lad, who had earlier in the season won the Asian junior title in Seoul, has 642.50 combined ...
Junior Federation Cup gets underway today
KOCHI: It would not be surprising if the athletes and officials who have landed here for the sixth Junior Federation Cup have an intense prayer meeting at the Sacred Heart Church opposite the championship venue. "We're just praying that ...
India-Pakistan three-day golf tournament
NEW DELHI: A three-day golf event between India and Pakistan will commence on at the Karnataka Golf Association course in Bangalore on November 9. The tournament, to be played on the Ryder Cup format, will witness the contestants compete in a ...
Randhawa, Atwal slip in rankings
New Delhi: The Indian trio of Jyoti Randhawa, Arjun Atwal and Jeev Milkha Singh slipped down the table while Tiger Woods stayed atop the ladder in the latest official world golf rankings. The 2002 Asian Order of Merit winner Jyoti Randhawa ...
Ghei aiming to go one better in Thailand
RAYONG (THAILAND): : Buoyed by his second place finish in the Indian Open, Gaurav Ghei will hope to go one better when he leads a strong 11-member Indian contingent at the inaugural US$ 300,000 Double A International Open at St. Andrews Hill Golf ...
Racing : Horse
Southern Regent wins Golconda St. Leger
HYDERABAD: Dr. M.A.M. Ramaswamy's Southern Regent, ridden by B. Prakash, won the Golconda St. Leger, the feature event of the races held here on Wednesday. Ganapathy trains the winner. Leading individual owner: Dr. M.A.M. Ramaswamy ...
It's Flashing Star vs. Hesperus
MYSORE: Flashing Star and Hesperus may fight out the finish of the Poonawalla Mysore Derby (2,000m), the star attraction of the races to be held here on Thursday (postponed from Oct. 28). False rails (width about 7m from 1,400m to the winning ...
Racing : Motor
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