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Tuesday, September 30, 2003
Congrats to Kirmani
My congratulations to Syed Kirmani for becoming the chairman of the national selection panel. It is a fitting honour to a great Indian cricketer, who has not always received the recognition due to him. However, it is better late than never, and I ...
Rajesh gives TN slender lead
BANGALORE, SEPT. 29. Leg-spinner M.P. Rajesh spun Tamil Nadu back into contention against Karnataka in the Ghulam Ahmed Trophy South Zone under-19 tournament at the Chinnaswamy Stadium here on Monday. Rajesh's five-wicket haul (five for 44) ...
KSLTA's unique endeavour
TUMKUR, SEPT. 29.Three Challengers on a trot is truly unique endeavour and that's what Karnataka State Lawn Tennis Association has set out to do now. The effort in the words of Vijay Amritraj is "incredible'' and what KSLTA has attempted, could ...
Warm welcome for victorious team
CHENNAI, SEPT. 29. "This Asia Cup which the Indian team won for the first time in Kuala Lumpur on Sunday will be dedicated to the now recouping Jugraj Singh," said K. Jothikumaran, secretary, Indian Hockey Federation, who landed here with the ...
President hails India's feat
NEW DELHI, SEPT 29. The President of India, A.P.J. Abdul Kalam, has hailed India's victory as a result of ``planning, determination and the capacity to dream'' of the team members, which saw them crush Pakistan 4-2 in the final of the Asia Cup in ...
CM presents cash awards to Anju and Bobby
CHENNAI, SEPT. 29.The Tamil Nadu Chief Minister, J. Jayalalithaa presented ace long jumper Anju Bobby George with a cheque for Rs. 25 lakh for her bronze-medal winning performance at the recent World athetics championship in Paris. Anju is the ...
Jasmine walks to glory
BANGALORE, SEPT. 29. The vagaries of Nature notwithstanding, Jasmine Kaur walked to gold and glory as the second and penultimate day of the National Open athletics championship, organised by KPTCL, witnessed two more meet records set at the Sree ...
Fominyh, Ramesh claw their way back
SAHARANPUR, SEPT. 29.Koneru Humpy gave another rock-solid display, with black pieces, to hold fellow-leader and fourth seeded Uzbek Grandmaster Saidali Iuldashev on the top board as hard-fought battles proved the order of the day in the ...
Ramyasree stuns Priyadarshini
VIJAYAWADA, SEPT. 29.The top boards were not free of upsets in round three of the National junior girls chess championships at the Indira Gandhi Municipal Corporation Stadium here on Monday. Rank outsider Jarabana Ramyasree felled M. ...
Saidulu upsets Subramanyam
VIJAYAWADA, SEPT. 29. Sk. Saidulu stunned J. Subramanyam (ELO rating: 2129) in the second round of the Immortal Five all India open FIDE-rating chess championships at the Indira Gandhi Municipal Corporation stadium here on Monday. Other ranked ...
Sports : General
Althea Gibson dead
NEW YORK, SEPT. 28. Trailblazer Althea Gibson, the first black tennis player to win the Wimbledon and U.S. national championships, died on Sunday at age 76, according to media reports. Gibson, who dominated women's tennis in the late 1950s and ...
Goa gearing up for international meet
COLVA (GOA), SEPT. 29. A day prior to the start of the First International boxing championship in Goa the scene was one of mixed activity. With intermittent showers over the past two days slowing the progress at the nerve centre of action, the ...
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