Oct 15, 2005

Randhawa's class act

D. RAVI SHANKAR FOR a man who is making hundreds of thousands of dollars playing golf abroad, the prize ...

Briefing

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Have things changed at all?

BEFORE the Irani Cup game there was hardly any sign that the Karnail Singh Stadium was going to stage an important match. Irani is a big game, ...

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So much money, but meagre margins

ON the same recent Sunday, Arsenal squeezed through to a sadly meagre 1-0 win at home to 10-man Birmingham City, but Chelsea at Anfield ...

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Gilchrist calls the shots

ADAM GILCHRIST scored Australia's fastest limited overs century to help his country wrap up its one-day series against the World XI with a ...

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Some TV fillip to Indian cricket!

RAJU BHARATAN IT verily looked to be a point in Indian cricket history when Michael Ferreira had real ...

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A marriage of disparate elements

ROHIT BRIJNATH THE World may have been in their backyard, but Australians early on were not overly impressed. Bowled Vettori, caught ...

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Turning the clock back

Agassi's performance at the US Open speaks eloquently for his fitness, and even more his mental resilience. In a way it is also an indictment ...

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A worthy possession

The A To Z of Sachin Tendulkar. By Gulu Ezekiel, UBS Publishers' Distributors Pvt. Ltd., 150 pages, Rs. 195. GREAT players have so much ...

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Troubled times for Greg and Sven

THE Greg Chappell-Sourav Ganguly spat may have been "resolved" according to the politicalspeak of the special review committee set up by the ...

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Putting the past behind

AUSTRALIA rebounded from last month's 2-1 Ashes series defeat to England with a 93-run win over the World XI in the first of three ...

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Landing a new punch

M. C. RAMAN INDIAN boxing has been riding high after an excellent show by the country's pugilists in the ...

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Randhawa's class act

D. RAVI SHANKAR FOR a man who is making hundreds of thousands of dollars playing golf abroad, the prize ...

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Wilander on his contemporaries

Bjorn Borg: He is the first player we should all thank, because he was the one who revolutionised tennis. He became an icon. He was a quiet ...

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Ringside vignettes

THE 52nd National Championship saw many unusual things. There was a spurt in entries and one could see more boxers from the North Eastern ...

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The timeless match

GULU EZEKIEL NEARLY three-quarters of a century later and the 1932-33 England tour of Australia — forever ...

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Eyes firmly set on history

`Apart from talent, you also need to build up a good understanding with your partner. Doubles being a team game, striking a good understanding ...

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`Sweden pioneered modern tennis'

KAMESH SRINIVASAN HE WAS the last player to win three Grand Slam singles titles in the same year (1988) before Roger Federer accomplished ...

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