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Saturday, October 04, 2003
Ramesh gives selectors something to think about
RAJKOT, OCT. 3. Sadagopan Ramesh scored a thumping century (110, 19x4) on Friday. Shots in front of the wicket some firmly pushed, some elegantly driven, all with sweet timing flowed from his blade. In short, Ramesh was on top of ...
Test team selection today
RAJKOT, OCT. 3. Picking the Indian cricket team has always been tricky business in recent times for the selectors. There's always intrigue surrounding it with the five selectors, the captain and coach, laying primacy on the `balance' on most ...
Thrilling win for Pakistan
LAHORE, OCT. 3. Express bowler Shoaib Akhtar claimed four wickets for 49 runs on Friday to help Pakistan clinch a thrilling eight-run win over South Africa in the first one-day international at Gaddafi Stadium. Akhtar's brilliance overshadowed ...
Resurgent Tabara in semifinals
TUMKUR, OCT. 3. Two years ago in July 2001, Czech professional Michal Tabara enjoyed a career high ranking of 47 and had won a major ATP title (in Chennai), which remains his biggest triumph. But times have changed for the 24-year-old Tabara as ...
Billiards & Snooker
Merchant at his best
MUMBAI, OCT. 3:Yasin Merchant showed off his mastery in a 5-1 win over Chirag Ramakrishnan, while youngsters Jaswinder Singh and Rishabh Thakkar made a favourable impression enroute to the snooker quarterfinals phase in the Rexello Castor P.J. ...
Praveen humbles Humpy
NEW DELHI, OCT. 3. A shocking loss followed by a narrow victory, Koneru Humpy had her worst day at work in the last couple of months. Youngster C. Praveen Kumar pulled off the biggest upset of the Parsvnath International chess tournament before ...
Sports : General
Iran, China dominate
BHOPAL, OCT. 3. Raesi Reza anchored an Iranian quartet to a spectacular gold medal in the K-4 class through 500 metres, after his sure gold was snatched away by the vagaries of fortunes. Reza was cruising through for a gold position in the K-1 ...
Impressive show by Lavi
COLVA (GOA), OCT. 3. Vibeeshan Lavi of India came up with a gritty display to convert a losing bout into a winning one in the semi-final of the welter weight (69 kg) class in the Goa International Boxing tournament. Pitted against Nawaf ...
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