Vol. 4 Num 293 Wed. March 24, 2004    
 
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SAMSUNG CUP JEET LO DIL India-Pakistan 2004
Mercury goes up in Lahore
Cricket rivals India and Pakistan were gripped by big-match jitters as they prepared for Wednesday's decisive fifth one-dayer that one expert said would be "too close to call.
 
SAMSUNG CUP JEET LO DIL India-Pakistan 2004
Indo-Pak rivalry on ICC table too
India will have more than just pride at stake in Wednes-day's deciding cricket one-dayer against Pakistan, as a win would see them leapfrog their rivals in the cricket ratings.
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Sims rescues Zim A
A fighting half-century by Richard Sims rescued Zimbabwe A on the opening day of the second four-day match against their Bangladesh counterparts at the Shaheed Chandu Stadium in Bogra yesterday.
 
Warne after history
The Shane Warne show is threatening to overshadow Wednesday's third and final Test here between Australia and Sri Lanka as the star spinner begins his assault on the world bowling record.
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Eng won't lose series
England completed a seven-wicket win over the West Indies in the second Test here Tuesday to go 2-0 up in the four Test series.
 
No Premier Division
Here comes Corporate League
There will be no Premier Division cricket for the ongoing 2003-2004 season as the Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) virtually gave up on the possibility and started planning for a first-ever Corporate Cricket
 
Latif could be sued by PCB
Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) said on Tuesday it was considering legal action against former captain Rashid Latif for alleging the fourth one-dayer against India was fixed.
 
Cricket goes to Bollywood!
The current nerve-fraying cricket series between arch-rivals India and Pakistan may be firing up the fans on both sides of the border but for Bollywood it has ushered in a prolonged cinema drought.
 
BJP abides by cricket
The ruling party has brought cricket to the campaign trail and the New Delhi city council rescheduled its session to be in front of TVs as India geared up for Wednesday's decisive one-dayer with Pakistan.
 
Ranieri says bye!
Chelsea manager Claudio Ranieri has told his players he will be leaving the club at the end of the season, newspapers reported Tuesday.

"I know what's going on. You know what's going on.

 
UEFA Champs League
Gunners have all the aces
It is the match Chelsea cannot win and Arsenal cannot lose - at least that's what the statistics say ahead of the London rivals' Champions League quarter-final first leg match here Wednesday at Stamford
 
UEFA Champs League
Real's Ronaldo relief
Real Madrid go into their Champions League quarter-final with Monaco on Wednesday on the back of two defeats which have rocked the reigning Spanish champions.
 
Hosts lift DC Gold Cup
Gaibandha Pourashava emerged champions in the Deputy Commissioner Gold Cup football tournament beating Pabna Zila by 6-5 in the tie-breakers at the Gaibandha Stadium yesterday.
 
SAF football
Tough revised draw
For all their protests Bangladesh will feel hard done after knowing their opponents for the SAF Games football competition. The revised draw was conducted in Islamabad yesterday.
 
ID football
Big win for Brothers
Premier Division champions Brothers Union scored a massive 6-2 victory over Chittagong Mayor Ekadash in the Independence Day football tournament at Rajshahi Stadium yesterday.
 

 
   
 
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