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Saturday, September 20, 2003
Rest falls like nine pins
CHENNAI, SEPT. 19.And it was this sense of pride that was absent as a star-studded Rest of India line-up folded up for 202 against an efficient but not menacing Mumbai attack and on a demanding but not impossible pitch. Was it not a Rest side ...
'GCC's damage claims fictitious'
MUMBAI, SEPT. 19. The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has told the International Cricket Council (ICC) that the Global Cricket Corporation's claims for damages suffered during the World Cup 2003 in South Africa from the ICC ...
Bopanna a victor in defeat against Verkerk
ZWOLLE (NETHERLANDS), SEPT.19. Bravely swimming against the tide in a hostile sea of orange, amidst the sort of noises that might have drowned out an atomic explosion, Rohan Bopanna sighted the promised land. Climbing on a magic ladder ...
Uzbekistan outplays TFA White
JAMSHEDPUR, SEPT. 19. India TFA White was just not good enough to earn a berth in the final of the J.R.D. Tata Cup International invitational football tournament. Uzbekistan outthought and outplayed India White 2-0 in ninth league game on Friday ...
China should dominate again
MANILA, SEPT. 19. China is back at near full strength for the Continental championships after a year's gap. That should be comforting news for the organisers even as it should be an intimidating piece of information, if not a despairing one, for ...
Organisational inability takes centrestage
LUCKNOW, SEPT. 19. Even after holding the Pilloo Mody international rating chess tournament 23 times in the past, the organisers have not grown any wiser. Terrible playing conditions, chess pieces fit for hobby players, inadequate lighting, ...
Richa sets the pool ablaze
KOLKATA, SEPT. 19. For Richa Misra, medals and records seem to be there for asking. The Police ace, for the third straight day, went on a record breaking spree, setting new National and meet records in the 100 m butterfly event for women at the ...
Adip rallies past Praveen
BANGALORE, SEPT. 19. Karnataka's Adip Nayak defeated Maharashtra's Praveen Upadhyay 10-15, 15-3, 15-9 in the boys' under-19 singles first round in the Union Bank all-India junior ranking badminton tournament at the KBA Courts here on Friday. ...
PSPB, RSCB retain titles
HYDERABAD, SEPT. 19. Defending champions, Petroleum Sports Promotion Board in men's section and Railway Sports Control Board in women's section, retained the team championships in the 33rd all-India inter-institutional table tennis championship ...
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