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Thursday, January 08, 2004
Dravid to don the big gloves
MELBOURNE, JAN. 7. Rahul Dravid will return to his now-familiar position as wicketkeeper for the VB Series tournament, the opening match of which will feature India and Australia on Friday. The selectors had picked two wicketkeepers for the Test ...
ESPN to telecast VB series live
NEW DELHI, JAN. 7. ESPN will telecast live and exclusive the tri-nation VB series matches involving world champion and host Australia, India and Zimbabwe, beginning on January 9 (Friday). Besides the India-Zimbabwe and Australia-Zimbabwe ...
Vidyut weaves a magic
CHENNAI, JAN. 7.Vidyut Sivaramakrishnan turned Tamil Nadu's Subbiah Pillai Trophy South Zone limited-overs contest against Kerala on its head with his left-arm spin at the ICL-Guru Nanak College ground here on Wednesday. The all-rounder, who ...
Lisnard dumps Dupuis
CHENNAI, JAN. 7.Anthony Dupuis of France floated dangerously in the first round against Alexander Popp on Monday. Slipping into unforced errors, the Frenchman, seeded eighth here, was lucky to survive a tough third set tie-breaker then. But ...
How to keep spectator interest going
CHENNAI, JAN. 7.The only ATP fixture in India, the Gold Flake Open, now re-christened Tata Open, has had a varied response from the start in 1997. Some of the big names in the game graced the city, returned with happy memories and in keeping with ...
Azlan Shah Trophy from today
KUALA LUMPUR, JAN. 7. Acknowledged as an impeccably organised event among the few elite competitions in world hockey, the 13th edition of the Azlan Shah Trophy tournament gets under way on Thursday. This being the year of the Olympics, the ...
Arun, Mary reign supreme
KOZHIKODE, JAN. 7.S. Arun Prasad survived a scare, while Mary Ann Gomes opted for safety as the Kajah second National sub-junior chess super-league concluded at the Chess India Complex here on Wednesday. Both drew their final round encounters to ...
Sports : General
Anju George dominates
CHENNAI, JAN. 7World championship bronze medallist Anju George, a Superintendent in Chennai Customs, flew into the city from Bangalore to take part in the South Zone inter-Revenue athletic meet, cleared 6.01 m in long jump at the Nehru stadium ...
Saurav Ghosal does India proud
CHENNAI, JAN. 7. After Joshna Chinappa it was the turn of another prodigious talent Saurav Ghosal from Chennai to show his mettle. The Lady Andal school student has won the much-coveted British Junior Open Under-19 title, unprecedented in the ...
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