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Tuesday, December 02, 2003
Ramesh makes strong case for selection
BRISBANE, DEC. 1. Sadagopan Ramesh made a strong case for his selection in the Test team even as the visiting Indians came off second best for the third successive day against a second grade opposition in Queensland Academy of Sports here on ...
Can England negate the Murali factor?
GALLE, DEC. 1. Lets talk about torque. Not the Persian jewellery that eventually became Roman soldiers' medals, but the buzz word for the amount of life force that Muttiah Muralitharan imparts on the ball. It will be a huge factor when the ...
Masterly knock by Rohan Gavaskar
PUNE, DEC. 1.The first shot Rohan Gavaskar swung in the air in over seven hours resulted in a first chance that rested in the hands of a fielder in the deep. But till twenty minutes past 4 p.m. on Monday, he was like the chip off the old block, ...
Vishaal conquers Matsui
MUMBAI, DEC. 1. Punna Vishaal is an advertiser's delight; fast and furious approach coupled with courage to back himself on court. A firm believer in taking risks to win points and matches, the Indian's pace and punch unnerved Japan's Tosihide ...
JCT takes full points
CHENNAI, DEC. 1. It was a disappointing start for local glamour team Indian Bank as visiting side JCT (Phagwara) gained full points with a 3-0 win in their National Football League match at the Nehru Stadium on Monday. The sparse gathering was ...
Ramesh turns Grandmaster
KOZHIKODE, DEC. 1.This was confirmed to The Hindu on Monday by the FIDE vice-president, P.T. Ummer Koya. Ramesh's title had been conditionally approved at the last FIDE congress at Halkidiki (Greece). ``FIDE is now satisfied that he has ...
Racing : Motor
Narain slips to fourth
CHENNAI, DEC. 1. After an extremely tough season, Narain Karthikeyan ended the year on a note of disappointment, taking only the fourth place overall in the Nissan World series, which concluded at the Spanish city of Parma. When Narain entered ...
Swarna fights her way into final
KOCHI, DEC. 1. She is quite a chatterbox on court, or rather, across the table tennis table. Muttering to herself, stomping her feet and pumping her fist, Tamil Nadu's J. Swarna makes a very lively picture. On Monday, the Medimix-Chandra ...
Railways gets the better of AP
DAVANGERE, DEC. 1. Indian Railways blunted the fire-power of Andhra Pradesh with clinical efficiency to notch up a 28-26, 22-25, 25-19, 25-18 win in a group G league encounter of the Second phase of the senior National volleyball championship at ...
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