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Thursday, March 07, 2002
Easy outing for Gopi, Abhinn; Bhatt wins thriller
KOCHI, MARCH 6. Defending champion Gopi Chand and Indian national champion Abhinn Shyam Gupta came up with easy first round wins in the Yonex All England Open badminton championships which began at the National Indoor Arena, Birmingham, on ...
Convincing wins for TN men & women
LUDHIANA, MARCH 6. The Tamil Nadu men's and women's teams warmed up with convincing wins in the Airtel 52nd National basketball championship at the Guru Nanak Sports Complex here on Wednesday. While the triumph of the defending men's champion, ...
Crucial game for Kasparov
LINARES, MARCH 6. The tournament leader, Garry Kasparov of Russia, has two hurdles before a possible victory in the 19th City of Linares chess tournament which is excitingly poised. Kasparov, who is leading the 7-player category 20 tournament ...
Shetty upstages Vakhidov, joins leaders
RAIPUR, MARCH 6. Rahul Shetty continues to fly high. After a smooth take-off at the expense of Grandmaster Pravin Thipsay on Tuesday, the Mumbai- based Indian Airlines player soared further by bringing down Uzbekistan's Tahir Vakhidov in the ...
A move on to the hustle and bustle now
FARIDABAD, MARCH 6. This dusty town may lack cricket culture but the craze for the game can send the elite into a complimentary- collection frenzy. Cops (mostly former wrestlers), bureaucrats, politicians, businessmen in and around this ...
Railways miss out on an easy track
NEW DELHI, MARCH 6. The conditions were far from ideal for the side bowling first but Baroda rose to the occasion with a disciplined effort. By restricting Railways to 253, Baroda seemed to have won the first-round battle on the opening day of ...
Century by Warne
CAPETOWN, MARCH 6. Shane Warne goes into his 100th Test on Friday looking more like he did on his first overseas tour a decade ago, before he created a phenomenon which enhanced and changed the cricket world. At a time when two of Australia's ...
Orissa enters maiden final
SILIGURI, MARCH 6. Six years of toil and perseverance finally paid of for Orissa. The team made it to the maiden final of the National women's football championship in the 10th edition here at the Kanchenjunga Stadium on Wednesday. Playing ...
Nothing went according to plan for India
KUALA LUMPUR, MARCH 6. As the hockey World Cup hurtles towards a grandstand finish on Saturday, a review of the first phase is an interesting exercise. There were surprises galore, predictions went haywire and frustrations were vented, all part ...
Manavjit off to a good start
NEW DELHI, MARCH 6. Defending champion Manavjit Singh fared well in ideal conditions and shot 71 out of 75 to take a four-point lead in the National trap shooting championship at the Dr. Karni Singh range in Tughlakabad on Wednesday. Manavjit ...
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