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Swann, Flintoff limit damage
Off-spinner Graeme Peter Swann triggered a top order collapse in the post-lunch session to keep England in business at the end of day two of the second Test match on Friday. ... |
Karim wants his boys to forget fatigue
I can proudly say that were the happiest team around. My players look after each other. They share a superb ... |
Dravid: I was never short on confidence
A visibly relieved Rahul Dravid on Saturday thanked everyone who supported him during the difficult times and said it wa ... |
Rahul Dravid scored his 26th Test century on Saturday in Mohali. Following is the list of his centurie ... |
Back with a bang!
Fireworks on the cards
There were clouds of uncertainty over the current edition of the Federation Cup before it was s..
Tour off, more jobs likely to go
The cancellation of Team Indias tour of Pakistan, which was to begin in the first week of..
Day II highlights
The 314-run partnership between Gautam Gambhir and Rahul Dravid is now Indi ... |
Visa dismay for Aisam
Pakistan tennis star Aisam-ul Haq Qureshi Saturday dropped plans to ta ... |
Gritty Saina bows out
Ace Indian shuttler Saina Nehwal played her heart out but eventually r ... |
Smith 108 gives SA hope
Graeme Smith knew there would be pain in his elbow throughout his 108, but ... |
Bengal combat Goa, elements
A haze hung over the Capital through Saturday and stood between the Be ... |
Kaul keeps Punjab alive
A defiant century by 21-year-old Uday Kaul helped Punjab delay the ine ... |
NZ in control
New Zealand opener Tim McIntosh took advantage of a West Indies fieldi ... |
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