May 7, 2005

India lives up to its seeding

PLAYING tennis is a tremendous education. Having circled around the world a few times, competing in all the five continents and in about ...

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India lives up to its seeding

PLAYING tennis is a tremendous education. Having circled around the world a few times, competing in all the five continents and in about ...

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A coveted double abroad

HE is a quality player, capable of high quality results. It was thus no surprise when Sanam Singh shrugged of his poor form and bagged a double ...

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Success follows sacrifice

BEATING the odds comes naturally to Abhijeet Gupta. RAKESH RAO BEATING the odds comes naturally to Abhijeet Gupta. Unlike some of ...

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Carving a niche for herself

NOT so long ago, Eesha Karavade gave the impression of being a little girl lost in the growing world of chess. RAKESH RAO NOT so ...

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A master of manoeuvre

Fernando Alonso's emergence as a potential heir has done the sport no harm; and Schumacher's resurgence only acts like an adrenalin shot for ...

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A fresh mindset is needed to address the coaching issue

EACH time the Indian Hockey Federation appoints a new coach a debate is triggered off. EACH time the Indian Hockey Federation appoints a ...

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Point to ponder

Sir, — The over-dependence on Virendar Sehwag's heroics, every time he walks into the middle is definitely hampering the prospects of Team ...

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Should Ganguly be replaced?

SOURAV GANGULY is passing through a difficult phase. He is a confident and mature captain and deserves to lead the team. He certainly deserves ...

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He scores... to get the monkeys off his back

The burning urge to play attractive football — and to be respected and rewarded for his skills — is the story behind all the 26 goals and the ...

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