Sep 12, 2009

A twist in the tale

The BCCI was not against the WADA agreement by itself, but was only pointing out the difficulties of its players in complying with some of the ...

Briefing

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Consistency pays

Adhiban, the most accomplished player in the tournament, outran a field of 248 contestants to lift the title. Amitabha Das Sharma reports.

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No place for gentlemen

Crooks and thugs take over sports as winning at any cost takes centre stage. Over to Ted Corbett. I have sometimes thought in the past ...

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A scorer of great goals

Wayne Rooney’s goalscoring record is better than he’s generally given credit for. In 243 matches for Manchester United so far, he has scored ...

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Fans and violence

Confrontations between hooligan supporters are all too frequently pre-planned, though usually in places carefully selected away from the ...

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Carving his own identity

Till the other day, when Jaideep Sinh Parmar was introduced to someone, it would definitely be mentioned that he was a grand nephew of Raj ...

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On right track

India is finally learning how to win. Team India under Bob Houghton caps off another successful August triumph, writes Vijay Lokapally.

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Districts to the fore

The team led by Arun Karthick became the first Combined Districts side to win the Buchi Babu trophy. Team-spirit was reflected in the ...

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New venue, new champs

Playing at a high altitude — Gangtok, 5600 feet — presented a different kind of challenge to the players. The ones who adjusted to the ...

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A twist in the tale

The BCCI was not against the WADA agreement by itself, but was only pointing out the difficulties of its players in complying with some of the ...

Archives

Consistency pays

Adhiban, the most accomplished player in the tournament, outran a field of 248 contestants to lift the title. Amitabha Das Sharma reports.

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No place for gentlemen

Crooks and thugs take over sports as winning at any cost takes centre stage. Over to Ted Corbett. I have sometimes thought in the past ...

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