Vol. 5 Num 317 Mon. April 18, 2005    
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India v Pakistan 2005

Fightback Pakistan style
India slump to new low; tourists clinch ODI series 4-2
Pakistan capped a fairytale fight-back with a 159-run victory over India in the sixth and final one-dayer marred by crowd trouble here on Sunday to clinch the series 4-2.
Fed Cup
MSC, Abahani play on opening day
The Tibet 20th Federation Cup final rounds will begin on April 21 -- six weeks after the end of the qualifiers -- with traditional powerhouses Mohammedan and Abahani both playing on the opening day.
He can hold his head high
When John Wright quits as India's first foreign coach after the current Pakistan tour on Sunday, he will leave with the satisfaction of having done the pressure job in a creditable manner.
Pepsi Cup
India v Pakistan 2005

They outclassed us: Rahul
Team effort was the key to success: Inzy
Stand-in India captain Rahul Dravid conceded Sunday his team had been outplayed by Pakistan in the sixth and final one-day international here to lose the series 4-2.
Pepsi Cup
India v Pakistan 2005

Musharraf won't predict result
Cricket bug has bitten Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf.
Crowd trouble in India again
The Indian and Pakistani teams walked off New Delhi's Ferozeshah Kotla ground on Sunday following crowd trouble during the sixth and final one-day international.
Fa Cup
United set up dream final
Manchester United beat Newcastle 4-1 in the FA Cup semi-final at the Millennium Stadium here Sunday.
Spurs deny Liverpool
Andy Johnson's controversially won penalty secured a 3-3 Premier League draw for Crystal Palace against bottom-of-the-table Norwich on Saturday.
StanChart cricket
Saikat Hossain hit a sparkling century as Iqra Model handed a Titas Gas Adarsha High 39-run defeat in the Standard Chartered Under-15 Young Tigers School Championship at the Uttara Friends Club ground
Maple Leaf defend girl's h'ball title
Maple Leaf International School retained their title when they registered a 5-1 victory against Dhanmondi Qamrunnisa in the final of the mini handball girl's tournament at the Dhanmondi Women's Sports
Mind your mouth!
Flamengo have fired their second coach this year, this time for talking too much.
Maradona protests racism arrest
Diego Maradona has joined a chorus of protest after an Argentine soccer player was arrested by Brazilian police for allegedly racially abusing an opponent during a Libertadores Cup match.
Australia released from Oceania
Australia Sunday took another step towards joining the Asian Football Confederation when it received an official release from the Oceania Football Confederation.

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