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Wednesday, November 19, 2003
Kangaroos hop away with cup
KOLKATA, NOV. 18. The winning huddle, again, belonged to Australia. This time the stage was Eden Gardens as stunned spectators saw the unsung Ian Harvey strike four blows in 13 balls to swing the tri-series final Australia's way, leaving India ...
Sri Lanka ambushes England
DAMBULLA, NOV. 18. England, made soft by easy victories in Bangladesh, caught unawares in the steamy atmosphere of this Sri Lankan area of caves, holiday makers and jungle and, perhaps, bewitched by 1,000 brightly-clad dancing maidens before the ...
Mumbai cruises to victory
NEW DELHI, NOV. 18. Mumbai coasted home in true champion style in the end. A 10-wicket victory over Delhi would have been one of the most unlikely margins that could have been forecast before this Ranji Trophy Elite group `A' match began at the ...
Vishaal gets past Sunil Kumar
DEHRA DUN, NOV. 18. Vishaal Uppal served and stroked well to get past sixth-seeded Sunil Kumar 6-1, 6-4 in the first round of the ONGC $10,000 ITF Futures tennis tournament at the Doon School Complex here on Tuesday. It was difficult for the ...
PSB rallies to down Indian Oil
NEW DELHI, NOV.18. Punjab and Sind Bank rallied from an early deficit to beat Indian Oil 2-1 in a pool `C' super league match of the Nehru hockey tournament at the Shivaji Stadium here on Tuesday. Down in the third minute, when Bikramjit Singh ...
Billiards & Snooker
Sujarlithurakaran marches ahead
HYDERABAD, NOV. 18. A methodical display by Thailand's, unseeded Thawat Sujarlithurakaran's touched the hearts of the few fans who hovered around the table as he notched up his second straight win of the day by getting the better of Korean Kim ...
Swati lets Viji off the hook
KOZHIKODE, NOV. 18. Swati Ghate has hardly done justice to her undoubted talent. On Tuesday, in the 15th round of the Oilum 30th National women's `A' chess championship, she was presented with an excellent opportunity to score what would've been ...
Venkatesh tames Deepan, emerges sole leader
BIKANER, NOV. 18. M. R. Venkatesh extricated himself from a difficult situation and got the better of Deepan Chakkarvarthy to take sole lead with 6.5 points after seven rounds of the National junior chess championship here on Tuesday. At the ...
Asian women ready to fight for supremacy
HISAR (HARYANA), NOV. 18. A boxing ring may not be an ideal stage for women to parade their prowess. But then, in the era of equal opportunities, it has since become fair for the fairer sex to indulge in combative body-contact sport. Against ...
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