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K. Kumaraswamy

Separate North Karnataka Will Not Happen During My Lifetime, Nor My Son's: Deve Gowda

Aug 02, 2018 Outlook Web Bureau

"The provocation made by Yeddyurappa will not come true. We will take care of it."

'Rankings Not A Reflection Of Standards'

Jul 30, 2007 K. Kumaraswamy

'When I was ranked 31 in 2005, I was probably playing top-70 tennis. I have now worked hard on some of my weaknesses and feel that my current ranking (of 31) is a better reflection of my level of tennis.'


Aussies Dazzle On Diwali Day

The much-hyped 'prelude to the Ashes' turned out to be whimper instead of a cracker as the pacers and Martyn (78) guided the world champions to a comfortable six-wicket win that left England all but eliminated.

Gritty Pak Win Battle Of Nerves

Oct 17, 2006 K. Kumaraswamy

Showing no signs of being ruffled by the sensational dope scandal, Shoaib Malik (46 n.o.) and Abdur Razzaq (38 n.o.) kept their composure in the dying stages to snatch a thrilling four-wicket victory over Sri Lanka.


A Victory, Nevertheless

It was meant to be a walk in the park for the Indians after restricting England to their lowest-ever total of 125 against the hosts. But the batsmen made heavy weather of the chase to ultimately prevail by four wickets.

13 October, 2006

Bangladesh Win Battle Of Minnows

K. Kumaraswamy

Opener Shahriar Nafees' century fashioned the team's morale boosting 101-run victory over Zimbabwe in an otherwise inconsequential encounter.


11 October, 2006

B'desh Blown Away By Gayle

K. Kumaraswamy

The opener's unbeaten 104 powered the Windies to a 10-wicket win and a Super Eight slot after the bowlers had restricted the opposition to 161.


20 August, 2006

Sri Lanka Call Off Series

K. Kumaraswamy

'The rain has already ruined two matches and the forecast is not good, so we have requested for the series to be played at a later date,' a Sri Lanka Cricket official told reporters.


19 August, 2006

Weather Gods Refuse To Relent

K. Kumaraswamy

Cricket continued to remain a slave of the weather with monsoon rains forcing the first ODI between India and Sri Lanka to be abandoned.


16 August, 2006

SA Pull Out Citing Threat To Players

K. Kumaraswamy

Justifying the pull out, CEO of CSA Gerald Majola quotes from the independent report: 'The Olive Group report says, inter alia, that the current risk to the team is at an unacceptable level, and the Sri Lankan Government is unable to guarantee the ph


31 March, 2006

Raina Does A Star Turn

K. Kumaraswamy

At 92-5 in their quest of 227, India looked set to return England the favour by emulating their Kotla display. But the 19-year-old's unbeaten 81 in the company of Dhoni (38) turned the game around for a four-wicket victory and 2-0 lead.


28 March, 2006

Bhajji Fries At Kotla

K. Kumaraswamy

The day clearly belonged to the Turbanator. A top-score of 37 in India's modest 203, and then a career-best 5-31 to script a dramatic 39-run victory over England.


14 December, 2005

Standout Performer

K. Kumaraswamy

Extending his devastating form at the Feroze Shah Kotla, that has now seen him scalp 48 victims in five Tests, Kumble returns match figures of 10-157 (6-72 and 4-85) to mastermind the Sri Lankans' 188-run demise.


13 December, 2005

Lanka Staring Down The Barrel

K. Kumaraswamy

Chasing 436, Indian bowlers effect four dismissals in the final session to leave the visitors, at 123-5, with the daunting task of batting out the final day to stave off defeat.


12 December, 2005

Pathan, The All Rounder

K. Kumaraswamy

Promoted to open the innings, the 21-year-old's 93 enhances his credentials as an all-rounder and hands India a handy overall 297-run lead.


11 December, 2005

Spinners' Day Out

K. Kumaraswamy

Kumble revives fond memories of Kotla as he strikes four vital blows in the closing session to bring India back into the contest after Muralitharan had plotted a dramatic Indian collapse with a seven-wicket haul.


10 December, 2005

Ferozeshah Kotla, 16:44

K. Kumaraswamy

It took a long time coming, but fittingly it was here, where an Indian had first equalled the highest number of test centuries, where another Indian had taken the most number of wickets in a test innings, that yet another Indian, finally did what has


17 November, 2005

On The Comeback Trail

K. Kumaraswamy

'It is never easy to get back into the national team. And it is not just me. If someone like Saurav Ganguly can be left out after scoring runs (in domestic cricket) ... Everyone has been performing.'


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A tractor at work at the construction site of the Central Vista project, in New Delhi.

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Congress General Secretary and AICC in-charge of Uttar Pradesh (UP) Priyanka Gandhi speaks during 'Pratigya rally', ahead of UP Assembly elections 2022, in Moradabad.

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Tamil Nadu Chief Minister M. K. Stalin visits the flood affected areas, in Thoothukudi.

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Rashtriya Janata Dal MLA Bhai Virendra and BJP MLA Sanjay Saravgi go for compromise in the presence of Speaker Vijay Kumar Sinha, RJD leader Tejashwi Yadav and Deputy CM Tarkishor Prasad following a verbal spat between...

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