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Saturday, November 08, 2003
Flintoff stars in England's win
CHITTAGONG (BANGLADESH), NOV. 7. Andrew Flintoff grabbed four wickets and smashed a half-century as England cruised to a seven-wicket victory over Bangladesh in the opening limited-overs match on Friday. After dismissing Bangladesh for a ...
A missed opportunity for India
It was an opportunity missed for India. The home side failed to take its chances in the TVS tri-series match in Cuttack on Thursday but full marks to Craig McMillan and Scott Styris for their efforts. It must, however, be said that the Indians ...
Indian under-19 team returns
NEW DELHI, NOV. 7. It was a long and tiring drive, which spanned nearly 11 hours from the Wagah border to the Capital, as the Asia Cup under-19 cricket champion, India, returned home this evening. Tired they were, but the presence of the ...
Akgul to fight it out with Isha Lakhani
MUMBAI, NOV. 7. Akgul Amanmuradova is on her own no sponsors to take care of tour expenses; no entourage as back up; no coach to seek guidance from. The Uzbekistan Tennis Federation pays for her entry fees into International Tennis ...
Salgaocar enters final
NEW DELHI, NOV. 7.Down by a goal in the second minute, Salgaocar Club came back to subdue Mahindra United 2-1 and make the final of the Durand Cup football tournament at the Ambedkar Stadium here on Friday. Salgaocar, which is making its second ...
Chiranjeev still in the van
NEW DELHI, NOV. 7.A final-hole birdie kept Chiranjeev Milkha Singh ahead of three other home challengers on a less-exciting second day of the $ 300,000 Hero Honda Masters golf championship at the Delhi Golf Club course here on Friday. If ...
Racing : Horse
MRF-India Rally from Dec. 5.
CHENNAI, NOV. 7. Some of the top FIA-registered drivers in the Asia-Pacific region, including reigning overall champion Malaysia's Karamjit Singh, in a Group-A modified Proton Pert, and Japanese ace Fumio Nutahara, piloting a Mitsubishi Lancer ...
T.N. boys put up a great show
BANGALORE, NOV. 7.Tamil Nadu boys look a formidable lot. And in the 12th Mini National volleyball championship, they have proved their mettle in a telling manner. Having blanked both Goa and Rajasthan in straight sets this morning and late ...
Punya Prabha hogs the limelight
BANGALORE, NOV. 7. Punya Prabha is just a wisp of a girl, but give her a bow she turns an archer par excellence. The school girl from Moradabad, once again hogged the limelight as the curtain came down in the 24th National sub-junior archery ...
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