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Since 1st March, 1999
History holds both hope and horror
With the latest home series hours away, there are two ways of reflecting on what is past. That India have lost the last two Tests at the Wankhede inside three days; that India have won the last three series at home. ...  | Read.. 
Paes-Mirza sails through Round I
For once, Leander Paes wasnít the favourite in a mixed doubles match. In fact, he and 15-year-old Sania Mirza were up ag ...  | Read.. 
Susanthika too fast for the rest
Susanthika Jayasinghe got off the blocks lazily, took a few metres to get her rhythm and then pretty much scythed the fi ...  | Read.. 
Debatable verdict costs Mongia gold
India were robbed off a possible gold medal in sailing at on Tuesday after overnight leader Nitin Mongia was disqualifie ...  | Read.. 
ode to joy! ...  | Read
I just wanted a medal: Soma
Ranaghat, in Nadia, has, finally, more than the pantua to offer ...  | Read.. 
IFA in game of one-upmanship
A gold each from track and field
Itís not often that keeping track of Indian medal-winners at a major international competition ..  | Read.. 
Bagan face the unknown
They say the exotic charm of the Maldivian atolls coexists with an uncanny system of fandith..  | Read.. 
Coach sure of Greene resurgence
Maurice Greene has hit the roughest patch of his glittering career. No ...  | Read.. 
World Cup chess starts today
The second World Cup chess meet will start here on Wednesday with Gran ...  | Read.. 
I enjoy captaining and playing overseas moreí
With four meetings scheduled for the afternoon-evening, Sourav Ganguly had his hands full Tuesday, on the eve of yet another series. The Indian captain, however, did manage time for a hurried interview with The Telegraph at his Taj suite. ...  | Read.. 
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