Apr 25, 2009

There’s no substitute for skill

The old boys have been making a huge impact in the IPL largely due to their skills which have made them everyday cricketers unlike the ones who ...

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There’s no substitute for skill

The old boys have been making a huge impact in the IPL largely due to their skills which have made them everyday cricketers unlike the ones who ...

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Sour grapes threaten bitter Tiger Woods' reputation

Tiger Woods is a better golfer than Mickelson and he will go down as the greatest player in history. He is also the most driven - coveting Jack ...

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It is veterans’ show

Kumble sent the Rajasthan Royals crashing to defeat when it started the defence of its crown at Newlands while Tendulkar led the Mumbai Indians ...

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A morale boosting victory for India

Though it would be wise not to read too much into the victory in Ipoh, it’s certain that Indian hockey is moving in the right direction. By S.

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Ronaldo's missile sets up clash with Arsenal

The outcome is therapeutic for holders Manchester United, who are now in better shape to make a successful defence of the Champions League, ...

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A poignant anniversary

The Police, owing to their ineptness, were primarily responsible for the Hillsborough stadium disaster on April 15, 1989 in which 96 helpless, ...

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Chelsea shut the door on Liverpool

The team that Rafa Benitez named appeared devoid of any attacking inspiration save for their fantastic Spanish striker Fernando Torres. Gerrard ...

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The predatory English

To say that young Macheda has the so called Big Match Temperament to go with his formidable skills would be to put it mildly. But the $64,000 ...

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English hegemony in Champions League

The dominance of English clubs in Europe is evident. With the Champions League semifinals approaching, three of the remaining four contenders ...

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Sebastian Vettel springs a surprise

The 21-year-old German not only defied the downpours to give Red Bull their first win in 74 attempts, but also led home a one-two for the team ...

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Grant ends title drought

The Englishman, ranked No. 13 in the world, put paid to the hopes of the giant killer, Hisham Mohammed Ashour of Egypt, winning the final in ...