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Tuesday, September 09, 2003
Badrinath takes Chemplast to final
HYDERABAD, SEPT. 8. Badrinath's unbeaten 103 (105b, 10x4, 1x6) helped defending champion, Chemplast, set up a title-clash with Cricket Association of Bengal on Tuesday in the all-India Moind-ud-Dowla Gold Cup invitation cricket tournament. In ...
Englishmen give Stewart the best parting gift
LONDON, SEPT. 8. England won the fifth and final Test against South Africa at the Oval on Monday to crown an outstanding sporting weekend in which its soccer team came back from 0-1 down to defeat Macedonia in the European championship, the Great ...
Ramchand passes away
MUMBAI, SEPT. 8. Former India captain and manager G.S. Ramchand passed away on Sunday night at a city hospital, just a day after the Board of Control for Cricket in India's announcement of an ad-hoc Rs. two lakh grant to cover the medical ...
Natalia breezes past Iciri Rai
BANGALORE, SEPT. 8. The three wild cards Asha Nandakumar, Iciri Rai and Varsha Shivashankar, all from Karnataka, folded up the in the first round of the $10,000 Indian Oil Servo-ITF women's Futures tennis championship at the KSLTA Stadium here on ...
Jugraj to be sent abroad for physiotherapy
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 8. The Indian Hockey Federation (IHF) on Monday said Jugraj Singh would be sent abroad for physiotherapy as soon as he is able to travel so that the player can attain full fitness and be on the field again within the shortest ...
KEC eves in badminton final
PERUNDURAI, SEPT 8. Kongu Engineering College (KEC) eves continued with their splendid run scoring a comfortable 2-0 win over a formidable Thiyagarajar College, Madurai, to enter the badminton final of the State level inter-collegiate tournaments ...
Racing : Motor
Record entries for Rally Hokkaido
CHENNAI, SEPT. 8. A record 62 cars have entered Rally Hokkaido, which doubles up as the third round of the FIA Asia-Pacific Rally Championship (APRC) for cars, to be run in Japan's northernmost island between September 12 and 14. Twelve of the ...
Will Qamar and Jitendra's absence derail the Railways?
BANGALORE, SEPT. 8. The bad news is that Mohammed Ali Qamar and Jitendra are missing from the Railways' team list. Both the Commonwealth Games gold medallists at Kuala Lumpur have decided to skip the Nationals for reasons varying from `carrying ...
Japan downs Qatar
TIANJIN (CHINA), SEPT. 8. Japan cruised into the quarterfinals of the 12th Asian men's volleyball championship with a straight-sets victory over Qatar here on Saturday. Japan brushed aside Qatar 25-22, 25-23, 25-17 to finish second in the ...
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