Aug 20, 2005

Galle stadium — picture of tsunami for the cricketing world

S. RAM MAHESH IT'S the innings break of the last match at Dambulla between India and Sri Lanka. I decide ...

Briefing

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Galle stadium — picture of tsunami for the cricketing world

S. RAM MAHESH IT'S the innings break of the last match at Dambulla between India and Sri Lanka. I decide ...

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Brilliant individual performances

The 1894-95 series which England won 3-2 is recorded as the first great Test series as it went to the wire and saw some outstanding individual ...

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A wake-up call

SANJAY RAJAN DWAYNE SMITH'S twin strike sunk Sri Lanka in what was the biggest upset in the IndianOil Cup ...

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Same old story

SANJAY RAJAN & S. RAM MAHESH A NEW team management, the same old story. The failure of the much-vaunted batting line-up cost India ...

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To gag or brag is the question

RECENT reports indicate the Board is engaged in serious thought about its media policy and some rethinking is imminent to sort out the issue of ...

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Proving her worth

KAMESH SRINIVASAN IT has been a fabulous race for Sania Mirza on the WTA Tour. In a memorable season, in which there is still plenty at ...

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Protecting the family silver

TED CORBETT AUGUST 1. Reaction to the unchanged England Test team is generally favourable even though ...

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Wastage, Real and Chelsea style

REAL MADRID have surely been busy in the close season. They've bought at huge expense two Brazilian attackers. Robinho is the rising star of ...

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So near, yet so far

SANJAY RAJAN IT boiled down to the last 10 overs. Chasing 282 for victory, India was 209 for four — the ...

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It boils down to experience

SANJAY RAJAN "I was definitely surprised. I thought at six down for 112 — not that we took it easy — we ...

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Letters

Upward and downward curves Sir, — Sania Mirza's recent upward performance graph shows that her feet are well grounded, and that her ...

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Losing the plot in the mind

THE Indians choked yet again in a Cup final. The 18-run defeat in the title duel of the IndianOil tri-nation series in Colombo's Premadasa ...

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Standing out forever

Warne's take on the Don, whose 90th birthday celebrations he attended along with Sachin Tendulkar, has been far removed from awe and ...

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A long-standing record tumbles

S. THYAGARAJAN IT was a logical step by Athletics Federation of India (AFI) to segregate multi-sports ...

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Cut the hype and get to work

ROHIT BRIJNATH SOON the fact that India was a World Cup finalist in 2003 will seem like some distant ...

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Warne heights

Shane Warne, the Australian leg break bowler, gets it right every time he bowls as his haul of wickets proves; as his rightful place in the top ...

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A match without equal

It was heroic, colossal, magnificent; a match without equal, a tantalisingly narrow win, the most exciting end to a match the history books will ...

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Sania Mirza