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Tuesday, November 04, 2003
Australia labours to a narrow win
PUNE, NOV. 3. Australia laboured to a hard-earned and fortuitous two-wicket win over New Zealand in a TVS Cup league match on Monday at the Nehru Stadium. A combination of factors inflicted intense pressure upon the World champion right ...
Money row: ICC's `conditional access'
LONDON, NOV. 3. The International Cricket Council confirmed that it would release the World Cup money to India and a few other countries, but only when ``a series of strict conditions are met.'' The ICC said in a statement from Barbados, where ...
Vijay and Mustafa scrape through
NEW DELHI, NOV. 3. The second-seeded Vijay Kannan and Mustafa Ghouse scraped through to a 1-6, 6-3, 7-6 (7-5) victory over Naoki Arimoto and Go Soeda of Japan in the doubles first round of the $10,000 ITF Futures tennis tournament in Pattaya, ...
Akgul overcomes Karen
MUMBAI, NOV 3.Akgul Amanmuradova wrestled with wind-swept court conditions and took time to get cracking against determined Karen Paterson, before having her say, at the National Sports Club of India on a humid Monday. The huge Uzbek, seeded ...
A remarkable year for India
Missing the bronze medal at the Champions Trophy and the car crash that rendered that brilliant striker, Jugraj Singh, hors de combat were the two major blots in an otherwise memorable year for Indian hockey. Rewarding in more than one ...
India in sixth spot
CHENNAI, NOV. 3. India has been ranked sixth in the first-ever official World rankings released by the International Hockey Federation. The women's team, which won the gold medal at the Commonwealth Games in Manchester, has been rated 13. World ...
Salgaocar crushes TFA
NEW DELHI, NOV. 3. Recovering from an indifferent start, Salgaocar Club crushed Tata Football Academy (TFA) 4-1 after being 1-1 at the interval in a group `C' league match of the 116th Durand football tournament at the Ambedkar Stadium here on ...
Billiards & Snooker
Tulshan gets the better of Lily
MUMBAI, NOV. 3.Seeded players faced rough weather on the opening day of the main draw in the Rs. 4.60 lakh prize money Khar Gymkhana Open snooker tournament, with fourth-seeded Dharmendra Lily and sixth-seeded Ashok Shandilya losing their opening ...
Ravi Teja triumphs
THALAMBUR, NOV.3 Mummadi Ravi Teja of the Chess Academy of Hyderabad clinched the Under-7 boys title in the Vel's Srinivasa College of Engineering & Technology 17th National Under-7 boys & girls chess Championship which concluded at Thalambur. He ...
Anand wins Corsica Masters
BASTIA, NOV. 3. World rapid chess champion Viswanathan Anand won the 7th Corsica Masters chess tournament for a fourth time when he defeated Veselin Topalov of Bulgaria in the second set of tie-break games in a pulsating final here on ...
Disappointing show by Indians
KOZHIKODE, NOV. 3. The World youth chess championship concluded at Halkidiki (Greece) on Sunday on a disappointing note for India. They were 29 Indians in the fray, but only one of them was able to win a medal. Not a great effort for a country ...
Ghei, Digvijay to represent India
NEW DELHI, NOV. 3. Gaurav Ghei and Digvijay Singh will represent India in the 24-nation World Cup golf championship to be held at the Ocean Course at Kiawah Island Golf Resort from November 13-16. This will be the first time since 1997 that ...
Naval Sailing Club teams do well
VISAKHAPATNAM, NOV. 3.The teams of the Naval Sailing Club-I and II from Mumbai, along with Tamil Nadu Sailing Association-I, performed so well on Monday, the first day of the round-robin races in the National team sailing championship at ...
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