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Friday, January 09, 2004
India looks to extend formto one-day series
MELBOURNE, JAN. 8. The stage is set for post-Waugh cricket in Australia. Steve Waugh's farewell Test series gripped the nation for a little over a month and finally Australia's famous cricketing son for 18 years bid adieu from the big stage. A ...
THE GREG CHAPPELL COLUMN
More runs don't mean better quality
MELBOURNE, JAN. 8. As we move from the ebb and flow of Test cricket into the slather and whack of the limited-over game it is to be hoped that the players can make the adjustments required to keep up the level of entertainment we witnessed in the ...
Ian Healy's words of wisdom
MELBOURNE, JAN. 8.Ian Healy passed on valuable tips to India's young Test wicketkeeper Parthiv Patel and the ODI stumper Rahul Dravid at the MCG on Friday. "This is what international cricketers do. The request came from Patel and then from ...
Moya overcomes Goldstein
CHENNAI, JAN. 8. Former World No. 1 and top seed Carlos Moya of Spain overcame Paul Goldstein of America 3-6, 7-6 (9-7), 6-4 in an hour and 28 minutes to advance to the quarterfinals in the Tata Open championship at the Nungambakkam stadium on ...
Arul bows out
KOLKATA, JAN. 8. The day turned out to be inauspicious for the third seeds in the boys' and girls' under-14 singles section as S.G. Arul of Andhra Pradesh and Mokshada Jain of Bengal respectively were sent packing by unseeded opponents in the ...
Losing start by inexperienced India
KUALA LUMPUR, JAN. 8. Mediocrity was pronounced, when studied within the parameters of what constitutes technical excellence, on the opening day of the Azlan Shah hockey tournament on Thursday. The World champion, Germany, fielding a ...
Sridharan rewrites hurdles record
HYDERABAD, JAN. 8. S. Sridharan of South Zone established a new meet record by clocking 15.10 seconds in the men's 110-metre hurdles on the concluding day of the 37th All-India LIC athletic championship at the GMC Balayogi stadium here on ...
AURANGABAD, JAN. 8. The last four stage was reached in the team of four duplicate event in the National bridge championship for the Ruia Trophy. Among the notable teams that failed to make the grade were Formidables, Delhi, which failed to cross ...
Anand to play in Olympiad
KOZHIKODE, JAN. 8. Viswanathan Anand will play for India at the chess Olympiad this year. After 12 long years. ``I am looking forward to being part of the National team once again,'' Anand told The Hindu over telephone from his home in ...
Sports : General
Tamil Nadu keeps overall title
CHENNAI, JAN. 8. Tamil Nadu did well in most of the events to retain the overall championship in the South Zone inter-Revenue sports meet at the Nehru Stadium here on Thursday. Karnataka finished runner-up and Andhra third. Anju George was the ...
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