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Wednesday, September 10, 2003
TVS Salve Challenger series begins today
BANGALORE, SEPT. 9. The TVS Salve Challenger one-day series tournament commences at the Chinnaswamy Stadium here on Wednesday. The day and night matches will pit the nation's top players in a three-way clash as Sourav Ganguly's India Seniors, ...
Chemplast is champion again
HYDERABAD, SEPT. 9. It was the day of the Lord Ganesh idol immersion in the City. And the parade of the Cricket Association of Bengal batsmen at Gymkhana Grounds while chasing a modest target of 210 in 50 overs was similar to the procession on ...
Sai has the measure of Sheetal again
BANGALORE, SEPT. 9. Sai Jayalakshmy and Sheetal Goutham, the two seasoned pros on the women's circuit, re-enacted the drama that marked their clash at Delhi and the verdict was once again in favour of Sai, who won 3-6, 6-0, 6-4 and moved into the ...
Asia Cup: Muneer Sait is Tournament Director
CHENNAI, SEPT. 9. Former Olympian and goalkeeper, Muneer Sait, has been nominated as the Tournament Director by the International Hockey Federation (FIH) for the forthcoming Asia Cup to be held at Kuala Lumpur from September 21 to 28. South ...
Anju gets additional assistance
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 9. Anju B. George, who won the country's first ever medal at the World athletics championships in Paris recently, has been granted an additional financial assistance of Rs. 1.79 lakhs by the Union Sports Ministry for ...
Kramnik getting ready for Leko match
CHENNAI, SEPT. 9. World classical chess champion Vladimir Kramnik of Russia has said in a press release that he is preparing for the match against Hungarian challenger Peter Leko, with the negotiations for the game entering the final ...
Impressive field for The Hindu Open
CHENNAI, SEPT. 9. One of the oldest professional golf tournaments in the country, The Hindu Open, tees off with an impressive field at the Cosmo-TNGF course on Wednesday. Into its third decade, the Rs.7 lakh tournament will be played on ...
Racing : Horse
Hong Kong racecourse in Guinness Records
BANGALORE, SEPT. 9. The Hong Kong Jockey Club is the latest addition to the world of Guinness Records. It is to do with its famed Sha Tin racecourse but has nothing to do with either the track or the horses. A few days ago, a 70.4m long by 8m ...
Good Neighbour Policy gets TAI backing
BANGALORE, SEPT. 9. The Turf Authorities of India has joined seven other affiliates of the Asian Racing Federation viz: the Australian Racing Board, Hong Kong Jockey Club, Japan Racing Association, The Korea Racing Association, New Zealand ...
Khemanand displays his class
BANGALORE, SEPT. 9. Khemanand Belwal, one of the country's most promising boxers, showed his class in the light flyweight section of the senior Nationals opening round which commenced at the Sree Kanteerava Stadium here on Tuesday. Khemanand, ...
India loses to Japan
TIANJIN, SEPT. 9. India, which had a fantastic run in group matches including a victory over defending champion South Korea, surprisingly went down to Japan 22-25, 21-25, 25-23, 21-25 in the quarterfinals of the 12th Asian men's volleyball ...
Western Railway in lead
KOLKATA, SEPT. 9. The 26th All India Railway bridge championship commenced here today at the premises of Officers' Club, South Eastern Railway with nine representative teams in the fray. At the end of second round of matches, Western Railway, ...
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