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Monday, September 08, 2003
Latif banned for five one-day matches
MULTAN, SEPT. 7.Pakistani captain Rashid Latif has been banned for five one-day internationals by the International Cricket Council (ICC) match referee Mike Procter for unfair play during the third and final cricket Test against Bangladesh in ...
Flintoff flings Test England's way
LONDON, SEPT. 7. Andrew Flintoff, hitting clean and with acute discrimination, changed the whole atmosphere of the final Test between England and South Africa at the Oval today; as a certain draw suddenly developed into a dramatic South African ...
Resilient Henin takes U.S. Open title
NEW YORK, SEPT. 7. A resilient Justine Henin-Hardenne beat error-prone Kim Clijsters 7-5, 6-1 for the U.S. Open championship on Saturday night and won her second Grand Slam title of the year. Henin-Hardenne flattened her Belgian countrywoman ...
Suchanan looking for an encore
BANGALORE, SEPT. 7. The ITF women's Circuit caravan rolled into Bangalore after a long haul from Delhi and with little respite as the players got down to as much practice as possible before the main draw on Monday. There is a lot at stake for ...
Binu, Jasmine rewrite records
JAMSHEDPUR, SEPT. 7. Asian Games silver medallist in 800m, K.M. Binu, and one of the country's leading walkers, Jasmine Kaur of Punjab, produced record-breaking efforts on the fourth and concluding day of the 43rd senior National inter-state ...
Adhikary moves up to fourth position
MUMBAI, SEPT. 7 Laxminarayan Adhikary moved up to the fourth position with three others on the strength of a sixth round victory over Harkowski of Poland on Sunday in the World junior chess championship for the Visually Impaired, organized under ...
Team LaSalle takes the honours
CHENNAI, SEPT. 7. Team LaSalle, led by professional Feroz Ali, bagged the honours in the Hyundai-MGC Pro-Am at the Gymkhana links on Sunday with 123 stableford points. The team comprised amateurs in S. Senthilnathan, Chansderswamy and Koshy ...
Racing : Motor
Naren yearns for a second chance
KOCHI, SEPT. 7. The stage is being set and the roads are being readied. There is a buzz of excitement in Indian motor sport as the country is set to host the Asia Pacific Rally Championship (APRC) this year. It's being hailed as the biggest motor ...
Changgong claws back from the brink
HYDERABAD, SEPT. 7. Trailing 0-3 in the final, Zheng Changgong staged a spectacular charge to the boys' singles crown, inflicting a 9-11, 6-11, 10-12, 11-1, 12-10, 11-6, 11-8 defeat on Korea's Kim Tae Hoon in the Asian junior table tennis ...
India tops Group `B'
TIANJIN, SEPT. 7.Maintaining a clean slate, India thrashed Thailand 3-1 to storm into the quarterfinals of the 12th Asian men's volleyball championship at Tianjin on Sunday. With its confidence on a high following its biggest victory over ...
Rathore misses the bus
LONATO (ITALY), SEPT. 7. It was yet again a brave effort but a `tough luck' story for doubletrap shooter Major Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore as he missed making the final in the World Cup here on Sunday. Shooting rounds of 42, 45 and 45 in the ...
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