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Monday, November 17, 2003
What's in a pitch?
KOLKATA, NOV. 16. "What's in a pitch. If you're good, don't think about the pitch. Just go out and do your job.'' Two great performers from the past Kapil Dev and G. R. Visvanath shared this opinion, and were not known to spend ...
Australia tour will be a real test of our ability: Ganguly
HYDERABAD, NOV. 16. It was a long, dark night and when skipper Sourav Ganguly finally emerged from a seemingly endless selection meeting that picked the Indian Test squad for the Australian tour, here, in the early hours of Sunday, he appeared ...
Sri Lanka A keen to excel in India
MUMBAI, NOV. 16. After a not so successful tour of South Africa last month, a Sri Lanka `A' team led by Naveed Nawaz left for Rajkot on Sunday evening for a three-day match against the India under-19 team. Thereafter the tourists will play ...
Ruina to meet Chen in final
SHANGHAI, NOV. 16.Top seed Gong Ruina battled her way into the final of the $250,000 China Open badminton championships in Guangzhou, vanquishing Hong Kong's Wang Chen 3-11, 13-10, 11-5 on Saturday. Gong next faces compatriot Zhou Mi. Zhou ...
Billiards & Snooker
Geet Sethi, the man to beat
HYDERABAD, NOV. 16. Will Pankaj Advani, create history again in the World billiards championship that starts on Monday evening at Taj Krishna Hotel here? This question is in a way a tribute to the way he has caught the imagination of and one all. ...
Harika halts Humpy's winning run
KOZHIKODE, NOV. 16. Dronavalli Harika, the young prodigy from the coastal Andhra brought an end to her idol Koneru Humpy's amazing winning streak in the 12th round of the Oilum 30th National women's `A' chess championship at the Chess India ...
Venkatesh overpowers Abhijeet
BIKANER, NOV. 16.Unheralded T. Purushottaman and Puneet Jaiswal caused major upsets to share the spotlight while top seed M.R. Venkatesh posted a top-board victory over defending champion Abhijeet Gupta in an eventful fourth round of the National ...
Racing : Motor
Karandip ends title drought
BANGALORE, NOV. 16. Chandigarh-based Karandip Singh (co-driver Jaidas Menon) of Team MRF finally broke a jinx and notched up his first win in nearly two years finishing first overall in the Movva Rally de Bangalore, a round of the MAI Indian ...
Special awards for Joshua and Shruthi
CHENNAI, NOV. 16. S.L. Joshua Joseph of SDAT with 40 points and Shruthi Arunkumar (Sakthi) with 44 points bagged the special award (top scorers) in Group I boys' and girls' sections respectively of the Rajalakshmi Ammal Sports and Cultural Trust ...
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