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Friday, December 09, 2005
Hockey's homage to earthquake victims
Asian subtlety was suffused with the power and precision of European and Aussie flavour
All set for the World Cup draw
Deadly Vaas-Murali combo
Telecast rights: BCCI to go in for fresh tenders
Women's final one-dayer today
KOLKATA: India will be looking to complete its domination in the eves' ODI series against England, when the two meet for the last assignment here at the Eden Gardens on Friday. The host wrapped up the five-match series ensuring a 3-1 lead with ...
Nagpur to host first Test
NEW DELHI: England's tour of India next year will start a week earlier than originally planned due to the cancellation of Asia Cup. The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) and the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) together have ...
Agassi may miss Australian Open
LONDON: : According to reports on Thursday morning, it was announced that Andre Agassi is a doubtful starter at the Australian Open. The American is worried that a lingering ankle injury could possibly force him to miss the opening Grand Slam ...
Grand treble for Nimisha Mohan
BANGALORE: Nimisha Mohan capped her splendid run in the Mahila Seva Samaj AITA Talent Series (under-14 and under-16) tennis championship with a triple crown here on Thursday. With the under-16 singles title already in her kitty, the ...
Champions Trophy live on TEN Sports
MUMBAI: : TEN Sports will telecast live all the matches of the Champions Trophy hockey tournament starting in Chennai on Saturday. Australian hockey legend Rick Charlesworth and renowned expert David Christison will provide commentary during ...
Assam Rifles holds Mohammedan Sporting
NEW DELHI: Mohammedan Sporting had reasons to grumble after it was held to a 1-1 draw by Assam Rifles in its opening group `C' match of the Durand football tournament at the Ambedkar Stadium here on Thursday. The 73rd-minute penalty that was ...
LONDON: The final 16 of the Champions League was completed on Wednesday when Villarreal, Benfica and Werder Bremen became the final three teams to advance in Europe's most prestigious club competition. The draw for the knockout round is on ...
Anamica sets record
MADURAI: B. Anamica of Lady Doak College, Madurai, set a new meet record in shot put in women's section on the second day of the three-day Madurai Kamaraj University inter-collegiate athletic meet on Thursday. She heaved the iron ball to a ...
Sahaj Grover prevails
NEW DELHI: The setting was just right for some truly competitive chess for the champions of tomorrow. However, all the efforts from the organisers of the Asian youth chess championship fell well short of providing a smooth take-off for the ...
Racing : Horse
Abhinav Bindra takes gold
Sports : General
MSPSN bags three titles
DINDIGUL: M.S.P. Solai Nadar Memorial HSS won three titles football, basketball and handball, in boys' section in the SAI Promotion of Sports and Games in schools' district level tournaments here on Thursday. The results (Boys, all ...
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