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Thursday, October 02, 2003
All eyes on the selectors
RAJKOT, OCT. 1. Between hope and reward lies a bridge called performance in the highly stimulating and somewhat complex world of Indian cricket which this year began with two high-profile tournaments in Bangalore and Chennai on the heels of two ...
Kiwis cover lost ground
RAJKOT, OCT. 1. Sweating it out for two days at the Race Course here ground has `made up' for the loss of practice at Visakhapatnam, according to New Zealand captain Stephen Fleming. Reiterating a point made by coach Ashley Ross, the Black Caps ...
Aussies face life ban for sledging
SYDNEY, OCT. 1. Australian cricketers would now face a life ban for sledging under a new code of behaviour policy as the country's cricket board makes an effort to lift the game's domestic and international image. Under the new policy, assault ...
Mankad is last Indian standing
TUMKUR, OCT. 1. Harsh Mankad remained the sole Indian survivor at the end of a long and tiring day under a blazing sun in the $25,000 ATP Challenger tennis championship at the Mahatma Gandhi Stadium here today. Mankad put down a spirited, but ...
Shruti blanks Kerkhoven
NEW DELHI, OCT. 1. Shruti Dhawan defeated lucky loser Inga Kerkhoven of the Netherlands 6-0, 6-0 to move into the pre-quarterfinals of the $10,000 ITF women's circuit tennis tournament in Jakarta, Indonesia, on Wednesday. Four other Indian ...
Humpy signs off in style
SAHARANPUR, OCT. 1.Maintaining her fine run, Grandmaster Koneru Humpy raced away with the Saharanpur International chess title after a resounding final round victory over Himanshu Sharma here on Wednesday. Humpy's seventh victory in nine ...
Raghavi shocks Saheli
VIJAYAWADA, OCT. 1.N. Raghavi subdued Asian bronze medal winner and higher rated Saheli Nath in the fifth round of the National junior girls chess championships at the Indira Gandhi Municipal Corporation stadium here on Wednesday. In a game of ...
Praveen Prasad in lead
VIJAYAWADA, OCT. 1. P. Praveen Prasad moved to the fore with four points after as many rounds of the Immortal Five all India FIDE-rating chess championships at the Indira Gandhi Municipal Corporation stadium here on Wednesday. His game against ...
Sports : General
Philippines official caught on the wrong foot
COLVA, OCT. 1. Philippines made a wrong-footed entry into the first Goa International boxing event with one of its officials being detained at the Mumbai Airport by the Customs. The Referee-Judge Darcito Teodoro was asked to remain in Mumbai as ...
Lerio Arlan shows his class
COLVA (GOA), OCT. 1. Lerio Arlan, a Sydney Olympian from Philippines showed his class in the feather weight class bout on the second day of the Goa international boxing championship. Lerio outpointed Dharam Singh of India `B' winning ...
India dominates SAARC tourney
NEW DELHI, OCT. 1. R.M. Shankara and K. Suvarna won the men's and women's titles respectively, as India asserted its supremacy once again in the seventh SAARC carrom championship held in Dhaka, Bangladesh, from September 26 to 29. World ...
China takes two KT-class golds
BHOPAL, OCT. 1.China served a wake-up call to the challengers by winning two of the three gold medals on offer, though in the KT-class, in the 10th Asian kayaking and canoeing championship at the Upper Lake here on Wednesday. The opening day ...
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