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Friday, November 14, 2003
We have to be aggressive and believe in ourselves: Tendulkar
HYDERABAD, NOV. 13. He takes flight so often in the field of dreams that soaring in the skies is nothing new to Sachin Ramesh Tendulkar. It was thus quite appropriate that Tendulkar shared his views in an exclusive interview with The Hindu ...
Indian bowlers lack self-belief
The Indians did not project themselves in good light at the Chinnaswamy Stadium on Wednesday and were a big letdown on the field. I do not question for a moment that the Australians have a powerful batting line-up. However, the Indian bowlers ...
BCCI names probables, defers team announcement
BANGALORE, NOV. 13. The announcement of the Indian Test squad for the Australian tour has been postponed to November 15. The BCCI secretary, S.K. Nair, announced the deferment in a press conference at the Chinnaswamy Stadium here on Thursday. The ...
Thassha shuts out Sonal
PUNE, NOV. 13. Thassha Vitayaviroj, one of the army of Thailand tennis juniors stalking the pro-circuit in Asia and beyond, prised open the door of opportunity in the NECC-ITF women's tennis championships. The 17-year-old law student from ...
Government Model bags title
NEW DELHI, NOV. 13. The striking force led by Ranjodh Singh grabbed an early initiative when the opposition skipper was yellow-carded, and built upon it the Jalandhar school's course to the title, in the ONGC-Nehru sub-junior hockey tournament at ...
138 athletes called for National camp
NEW DELHI, NOV. 13.The Amateur Athletic Federation of India (AAFI) has named 138 athletes including 56 women for the National coaching camp to be held at the NSNIS, Patiala, from November 17. The camp is in preparation for the SAF Games, ...
Billiards & Snooker
Loganathan claims title
CHENNAI, NOV. 13. R. Loganathan of Q-Shot put up a good show in the three-leg Abirami Mega Mall State senior ranking snooker tournament and captured the title with a 33-67, 74-43, 59-48, 53-42, 67-43, 48-73, 75-0, 49-24 victory over Prem Prakash ...
Humpy continues victory march
KOZHIKODE, NOV. 13. Koneru Humpy, that smiling assassin from Vijayawada, now has eight points from eight rounds in the Oilum 30th National women's `A' chess championship. That's quite a score to have, especially when you are playing in the ...
Strong contenders from Tamil Nadu
BIKANER, NOV. 13. Oblivious to all the chaos and confusion on the streets with the Assembly elections round the corner, a silent war of pieces in the National junior chess championship is set to be fought at the Veterinary College auditorium here ...
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