Sep 17, 2005

The deja vu is shattering

deja vu S. RAM MAHESH HIS head bowed, his voice a whisper, Sourav Ganguly looked in pain. "I don't ...

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The deja vu is shattering

deja vu S. RAM MAHESH HIS head bowed, his voice a whisper, Sourav Ganguly looked in pain. "I don't ...

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Schumacher's peak — the ascent is arduous

G. RAGHUNATH MICHAEL SCHUMACHER, attempting to defend his World Championship title for the eighth time, has managed to win just a ...

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Kaif takes control

S. RAM MAHESH THEY pumped fists and slapped gloves. Even the huddle shuddered with more verve than has ...

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Official status: where to draw the line?

S. DINAKAR THESE are changing times in cricket. Super substitutes and power play are in. Twenty-20 cricket is spreading its wings. And ...

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Extraordinary summer of Ashes

TED CORBETT AUGUST 29. You are the most successful bowler in history with 610 victims in your pocket and ...

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Youth power saves India the blushes

S. RAM MAHESH THE final league match of the Videocon tri-series at the Harare Sports Club promised little ...

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Mental approach is vital

JUDGING by recent statements made by members of the troubled Australian team it would appear that some of the players and coach are in a state ...

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Two giants bid farewell

TED CORBETT WITH the end of the fifth Ashes Test, two cricketing giants bid farewell to the game in England. Channel Four have lost their ...

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The essential SANIA

Sania Mirza might have to change a thing or two, in technique, in how she moves, in how she thinks on court, and that is fine. But not much ...

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A new force in basketball

IT was a proud moment for debutant BSNL- Chennai Telephones when it received the prestigious Magnolia Trophy, winning the ABC-L&T 27th ...

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Letters

Bond's blistering pace Sir, — Shane Bond's spell against India in the second one-day international in Bulawayo was a wonderful display of ...

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India could well beat Beckham and Co.

THE emotional turbulence of its most precocious face, and the rational befuddlement of its most socially and professionally acceptable name, ...

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Jessop's match

GULU EZEKIEL SOME individual performances stand out so vividly in the context of a Test match that they ...

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Phenomenal run

Just before the US Open, the WTA released the top movers in the world rankings, and Sania topped that list by moving 284 places from No. 326, ...

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Challenging course

AS a tournament for amateurs, The Sportstar Open has its own relevance. The meet provides a stage for the non-professional golfers to test ...

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Why Eriksson must be changed midstream

AFTER England's recent flaccid display in Cardiff against Wales — who would even have taken the lead in that World Cup eliminator were it not ...

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Return of an icon

N.U. ABILASH RECENTLY, Zinedine Zidane went to Dublin to captain his country in a crucial European Group ...

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