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Tuesday, January 20, 2004
Ganguly eyes the big prize as Zimbabwe struggles to stay competitive
BRISBANE, JAN. 19. Sourav Ganguly is quietly nursing an ambition to beat Australia in a tournament final. He has stoked the resolve of the players and he himself is fiercely determined to keep Ricky Ponting's men on the edge and take them by ...
Court orders detention of Sumathipala
COLOMBO, JAN. 19.A Sri Lankan court on Monday ordered the detention of the country's cricket chief on allegations of fraud and passport forgery, despite his claim that he is preparing for major surgery. Sri Lanka Cricket President Thilanga ...
Shruti shuts out Takagishi
NEW DELHI, JAN. 19. Shruti Dhawan played with confidence when it mattered to oust fifth-seeded Tomoyo Takagishi of Japan 6-1, 5-7, 6-3 in the first round of the $10,000 ITF women's tennis tournament at the DLTA Complex here on Monday. On a cold ...
Salgaocar, Dempo split points
MARGAO, JAN. 19. Table leader Dempo was held to a goalless draw by Durand Cup champion Salgaocar in a National Football League encounter at the Nehru Stadium here on Monday. Both teams had numerous opportunities to break the deadlock, but ...
Smooth sailing for seeded players
HYDERABAD, JAN. 19. Most of the seeded players had an easy entry into the third round of the Indian Oil sponsored 68th Senior National badminton championship at the KVBR indoor stadium here today. Top seed Chetan Anand, second seed Abhinn Shyam ...
Anand in sole lead
CHENNAI, JAN. 19.Viswanathan Anand has tremendous record against Chinese players. In his seventh round game of the 66th Corus chess tournament at Wijk aan Zee in the Netherlands he humbled Zhang Zhong of China in a positional encounter to move ...
Atwal finishes 18th
NEW DELHI, JAN. 19. Ace Indian golfer Arjun Atwal finished a creditable joint 18th at the Sony Open, his maiden appearance on the prestigious USPGA golf tour, at Honolulu, Hawaii, on Sunday. Atwal collected a prize money of $9,648 after ...
S. Railway women rally to beat SCR
CHENNAI, JAN. 19. Southern Railway women rallied to beat South Central Railway, Secunderabad 28-30, 23-25, 25-21, 25-17, 17-15 in the Super League of the Nutrine Maha Lacto National volleyball championship at the Nehru indoor stadium here on ...
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