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Tuesday, September 28, 2004
BCCI seeks clarification from Delhi Police
MUMBAI, SEPT. 27. The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has sought the Delhi Police Commissioner's views on the status of South African cricketers, Herschelle Gibbs and Nicky Boje, in connection with the match-fixing allegations during ...
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Benaud and Warne: contrasting fortunes
In the days long gone by, India was known to be vulnerable against fast bowling and confident against spin. Nevertheless, some visiting slow bowlers have had remarkable success in Indian conditions, none more than leg-spinner Richie Benaud, the ...
Warne and Australia get down to business
MUMBAI, SEPT. 27. The Australian cricketers were welcomed at the Brabourne stadium on Monday morning by a harsh sun and humid conditions. They sweated it out for two-and-half hours after warming up and played a short game of rugby. The batsmen ...
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Hamm puts forward his case
LAUSANNE, SEPT. 27. Paul Hamm appeared before the sports world's highest court on Monday to argue why he should he keep his Olympic gymnastics gold medal. The Court of Arbitration for Sport convened to hear the appeal from a South Korean ...
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