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Thursday, September 25, 2003
Ceat rating for domestic cricket launched
MUMBAI, SEPT. 24. Ceat has decided to bring Indian first-class cricket performances under the ambit of its popular cricket ratings. The Ceat rating for domestic cricket will come into effect in 2003-2004, with a trophy and Rs. 1 lakh for the ...
Two team tied on points, winner undecided
VISAKHAPATNAM, SEPT. 24. Karnataka managed to beat Goa by two wickets in its last round-robin match in the P. Ramachandra Rao Trophy South Zone under-22 tournament here on Wednesday. But the winner of the trophy is yet to be decided. Tamil ...
All eyes on the young men in the fast lane
MUMBAI, SEPT. 24. Suddenly there is a lot to choose from. The National selectors have a fresh, hard-working and ambitious lot of fast and medium pace bowlers ranging from a large pool of youngsters to the more experienced to ...
Rain plays spoilsport
MUMBAI, SEPT. 24Constant travelling has taught Kartiki Bhat the value of rest. So when rains washed out an entire second day in the International Tennis Federation's junior tournament, forcing her to walk off court before the girls singles round ...
Bopanna crashes out
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 24.Last year's runner-up, the fourth-seeded Rohan Bopanna crashed to a 4-6, 4-6 defeat at the hands of the unranked qualifier Denis Salimsakov of Uzbekistan in the first round of the $100,000 Asian tennis championship in Tashkent ...
Pakistan prevails in a classy contest
KUALA LUMPUR, SEPT. 24. In a contest that underlined the exquisite touches and technical excellence of the sub-continental style and system, India cameback from a 0-2 reverse to level 2-2 at half-time but fumbled in the second half to concede two ...
Denmark Open: Gopi in main draw
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 24. Former All England champion Pullela Gopi Chand entered the main draw of the Denmark Open badminton tournament along with Chetan Anand and Arvind Bhat. Gopi Chand overcame a stiff challenge from local boy Joachim Fischer ...
Muralidharan, Karthik in last four
COIMBATORE, SEPT. 24. Muralidharan and Karthik, both from Loyola College, Chennai, breezed into the semifinals posting contrasting wins over their respective opponents in the 21st State-level inter-collegiate badminton tournament for men and ...
Gurpreet joins Ramesh, Neeraj in lead
LUCKNOW, SEPT. 24. A timely rearguard action by young International Master Poobesh Anand denied favourite R. B. Ramesh what looked like a possible victory in the crucial 10th and penultimate round and led to a three-way tie for the lead in the ...
Sports : General
Afro-Asian Games: Official countdown begins
HYDERABAD, SEPT. 24. With the official mascot of the inaugural edition of the Afro-Asian Games to be held here from October 24 to November 1, Sheroo greeting the Governor, Surjit Singh Barnala, the official countdown for the Games was ...
BANGALORE, SEPT. 24. India will field a team of 33 boxers in the first international boxing championship in Goa from September 30 to October 4th. The championship has received confirmed entries from Sri Lanka, Philippines, Qatar, Afghanistan ...
Day one belongs to Majhi Swayn
AMRITSAR, SEPT. 24. A good round of 306, in the opening 90 metre distance, gave Majhi Swayn an early lead, which he consolidated to 12 points at the end of the first day in the second National ranking prize money archery tournament here on ...
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