Oct 29, 2005

Rahul & Greg — long haul ahead

RAJU BHARATAN UNFOLDING to view as underarm was Greg Chappell's TV submission that Sourav could yet be ...

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Rahul & Greg — long haul ahead

RAJU BHARATAN UNFOLDING to view as underarm was Greg Chappell's TV submission that Sourav could yet be ...

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Second coming for Sunil Kumar?

HE is a very talented player and equally graceful to watch. He shot to fame by winning the National men's title as a 16-year-old precocious ...

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A pat from Chappell

AT the end of the Irani Cup when Greg Chappell walked into the Railways dressing room he was greeted respectfully. He went around, carefully ...

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Advantage Rastogi

KAMESH SRINIVASAN HE is a player for the future. Karan Rastogi showed why the future of Indian tennis was ...

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Leaving a lot to be desired

RAKESH RAO IT was meant to be a series between the wannabe stars of tomorrow. The Indian and the ...

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Gung-ho Europe, WARTS AND ALL

N.U. ABILASH IN ALMOST a Dickensian manner, the European World Cup qualifiers held together the idea that ...

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Hot in the qualifiers

Arjen Robben Team: Netherlands. Position: Attacking Winger. Strengths: Ripped apart rival full-backs at will during the ...

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Blatter's moralistic utterances

EVERY now and then, Sepp Blatter erupts. He seems to think it goes with the territory; with the office of President of FIFA. He isn't blessed — ...

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Verity's match

GULU EZEKIEL ENGLAND have not won a Test match at Lord's against Australia for 71 years. In the latest ...

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It takes more than great players to make a team

ROHIT BRIJNATH IN the end the captains spoke, and the coaches, and the ICC boss, and there were press ...

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Archers eye future with hope

S. SABANAYAKAN THE recent performances of the Indian archery contingent in international competitions ...

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Fear factor

The Indian bowlers continue to be wary of Jayasuriya, picking him as the danger man, writes S. RAM MAHESH AT an age most men are ...

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The red herring of unity

THE French may be stereotyped in the world of arts and ideas as aesthetes, but it is doubtful whether their romanticism extended to the realm ...

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The World in Australia's pocket

S. DINAKAR "WORLD SIDE? Disappointing," said Pete as he stamped the passport. The Australians have an ...

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Letters

Quite disappointing Sir, — I visited the Karnail Singh Stadium in New Delhi to watch the first day's play in the Irani Trophy match ...