Mar 21, 2009

Aggression is the key

When Virender Sehwag and Gautam Gambhir open the innings a first-ball boundary is very much on the cards, be it in Tests or one-day ...

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Aggression is the key

When Virender Sehwag and Gautam Gambhir open the innings a first-ball boundary is very much on the cards, be it in Tests or one-day ...

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The conquerors capitulate

The Indians, having already won the series, failed to apply themselves and New Zealand posted a consolation victory. S. Ram Mahesh reports.

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You can't hector the dolphins to come

There was an expedition to watch the Hector’s dolphin, but the being doesn’t show up. Over to S. Ram Mahesh. Sunday, March 8: The diary ...

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West Indies manages a draw

The fifth Test finally came alive on the final day as nerves and tension superseded benign pitch conditions in Trinidad. By Vic Marks.

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Sehwag’s record hundred

After being decimated by Virender Sehwag, Daniel Vettori, the New Zealand captain, admitted that his team had no answer to the Indian’s ...

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TN's professional show

Tamil Nadu had planned well and performed creditably to win the National one-day cricket tournament. Over to S. Sabanayakan. Tamil Nadu’s ...

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On the rise

From winning a mere four games in three sets against Victor Hanescu in the World Group play-off tie against Romania in Bucharest last September ...

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'The (F1) world won’t stop just because it's raining'

Despite icy torrents from the neighbouring Atlantic Ocean, it was business as usual for the Formula One teams who were at the Circuito de Jerez ...

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Pornanong to the fore

The 19-year-old Thai staved off Korean Hae Jung Kim’s challenge on the final day to retain the title. Y. B. Sarangi reports. A look at ...

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The pride of Anantapur

Unlike many other sports infrastructure in the country that lie mostly unused, the sports village here is active almost right through the year.

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Another controversy

In the old second division, Brian Clough (in pic) was a prolific goal-scorer, capped by England, but a horrifying collision with a goalkeeper ...

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In a different class

There must be high morale in a United side that entered the last eight by overcoming Inter, knowing it is almost sure to establish greater ...

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Making rubble of Real

It may well be Liverpool cannot encounter future opponents who will be as bad as Real was but it is also true that few clubs exploit frailty in ...

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Confidence oozes through Liverpool

Apart from a few minutes in the first-half, when Manchester United led through a penalty, this was a surprisingly one-sided encounter, writes ...