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Viru back to scare Lankans
Virender Sehwags batting has been an enigma the Sri Lankans, like most other teams, have failed to unravel. His carefree approach and the tried and tested method of see the ball, hit the ball has pulverised the islanders in the ... |
Mumbai rule on bowlers day
Bowled out for a modest 233 in the first essay, Mumbai came out all guns blazing as they skittled out Karnataka for a pa ... |
Gill urges players to rejoin camp
A few hours after the talks between the striking players and Hockey India broke down in Pune, several other agencies, in ... |
Strike is the right step: Dhanraj
Olympian Dhanraj Pillay Tuesday threw his weight behind the senior Indian players who were locked in a bitter dispute wi ... |
Maidens & aces!
Sania Mirza and Alicia Molik along with Australian cricketers Shane Watson and Mitchell Johnson, prior to an exhibition match in Ho ... |
Hockey stalemate continues
There was no end in sight Tuesday to the worst crisis in Indian hockey after the striking playe..
Sehwag: We are better placed
Virender Sehwag is feeling fresh and raring to go after the two-game break. At the news confere..
Agarkar fined for dissent
Mumbai pacer Ajit Agarkar has been fined 50 per cent of his match fees ... |
Tevez stars in City win
Carlos Tevez scored a superb hattrick as impressive Manchester City cr ... |
Egypt beat Nigeria 3-1
Egypt came from behind to make a winning start to the defence of their ... |
Sol close to Arsenal comeback
Former England defender Sol Campbell could be about to rejoin Arsenal ... |
Tiger will bounce back, says Jeev
Jeev Milkha Singh firmly believes Tiger Woods would be back on top in ... |
85 for golf tourney
The 48th East India Ladies Amateur Golf Championship and Open Meet, sp ... |
Wankhede in legal wrangle
The Wankhede stadium, which is scheduled to host the 2011 World Cup fi ... |
KKR win practice match
Pakistan great Wasim Akram Tuesday bade goodbye to the Kolkata Knight ... |
Sourav backs Dhoni & Co.
Former India captain Sourav Ganguly Tuesday threw his weight behind Ma ... |
Kumar: Team batting first can also win
Kumar Sangakkara feels it is possible for the team bowling second to w ... |
India cant be No.1
Former Australian captain Ian Chappell says India do not have the bowl ... |
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