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Monday, October 27, 2003
India tames the Aussies
GWALIOR, OCT. 26. Adam Gilchrist should take a vow never to hit across the line. His error of judgement pushed Australia to defeat in its day-night match of the tri-series against India at the overflowing Roop Singh Stadium, which was earlier ...
Gagan Narang wins 10m air rifle gold
HYDERABAD, OCT. 26. Gagan Narang fetched the first gold for the host in the Afro Asian Games here on Sunday by claiming the honours in the 10 metre air rifle competition at the University of Hyderabad range. In the 50 metre pistol event, world ...
A moment to savour for Narang
HYDERABAD, OCT. 26.The railing restricting the spectators to the gallery earmarked for them, proved no barrier. Scores of well-wishers leapt over it to congratulate a shooter they considered one of their own. Basking in the limelight was ...
Indian pugilists pack too much punch
HYDERABAD, OCT. 26. Indian pugilists packed considerable punch, winning each of their four bouts, while Asia managed 10 out of 14 at the Swarnandhra Pradesh indoor stadium here on Sunday. Akhil Kumar set the trend for the host nation. Blows ...
Emphatic win for India
HYDERABAD, OCT. 26. India took the most emphatic route to the semifinal by drubbing a disjointed Kazhakstan 9-0 in the last women's league match in the Afro-Asian Games hockey competition at the Gachibowli Hockey Complex here tonight. Putting ...
China steals the show
HYDERABAD, OCT. 26. Asian superpower China picked up both the golds which were up for grabs on the second day of the weightlifting competitions of the first Afro-Asian Games at the indoor stadium in Yousufguda here on Sunday. In the men's ...
Iraguha is Rwanda's hero
HYDERABAD, OCT. 26. Jimmy Iraguha was the hero for Rwanda on Sunday. In despair till the 81st minute of the match, Iraguha who had come only in the second session found the mark twice, first for the equaliser and the second for the match winner ...
Somdev loses doubles semifinals
NEW DELHI, OCT. 26. Somdev Dev Varman in partnership with Koji Motomura of Japan lost 6-4, 3-6, 2-6 to the eventual champions, the second-seeded Sanchat Ratiwatana and Sonchat Ratiwatana of Thailand in the doubles semifinals of the $10,000 ITF ...
Anand needs a win to make knockout
CAP D'AGDE (FRANCE), OCT. 26. Former World chess champion Viswanathan Anand requires a final round win against former World champion Anatoly Karpov to avoid the play-offs and enter the knockout phase of the World rapid chess ...
Pradeepa, Vinod are State champions
CHENNAI, OCT. 26.International T. Pradeepa of Indian Oil Corporation and G. Vinod (Southern Railway) clinched the women's and men's titles respectively in the Tamil Nadu State table tennis championship, which concluded at the University Union ...
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