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Thursday, January 22, 2004
India, Australia feel the strain of a long summer
SYDNEY, JAN. 21. Australia is in a state of shock and disbelief following the death of David Hookes in unfortunate circumstances early this week. Newspapers have paid tributes to the former Test cricketer and coach of Victoria who was seen as a ...
Memories of another day
BRISBANE, JAN. 21. Yalumba Hamlet is famous for two things. Long ago Australia's oldest winery came up here. Now the world's oldest living Test cricketer, William Alfred Brown resides there with his wife, Barbara. Houses on either side of the ...
Agassi, Roddick advance with ease
MELBOURNE, JAN. 21.Defending champion Andre Agassi and top-ranked Andy Roddick, who could meet in the semifinals, were in top form as they rushed through straight-set victories in second-round matches on Wednesday at the Australian Open. About ...
`He serves from a tree'
MELBOURNE, JAN. 21. Ask American veteran Todd Martin to pick the best serve he has faced and he is quick to answer Croatia's Ivo Karlovic. The 33-year-old Martin beat Karlovic in the second round, but was left shaking his ...
Jwala and Shruthi retain women's doubles title
HYDERABAD, JAN. 21. Top seeds Jwala Gutta and Shruthi Kurien of PSPB retained the women's doubles title in the IOC sponsored 68th Senior National badminton championship at the KVBR indoor stadium here today. In the final they defeated third ...
Anand keeps lead
CHENNAI, JAN. 21.Viswanathan Anand and Vladimir Kramnik of Russia played out a draw in their ninth round encounter of the 66th Corus Chess tournament being played at Wijk aan Zee in The Netherlands on Wednesday. Anand, with 6.5 points, is in ...
International Open: top stars in fray
CHENNAI, JAN. 21.Grandmasters R.B. Ramesh and Koneru Humpy will lead the Indian challenge in the International Open chess tournament to be held at Hotel President from today. The 210 entries comprise players from twelve countries and ten of ...
PSPB inter-unit tournament from today
BANGALORE, JAN. 21. The country's top amateur golfers in both the men and women's sections will be on view at the Karnataka Golf Association course here from January 22 to 24. With all the nation's top golfers being on the Petroleum Sports ...
Dream day for KSEB women
CHENNAI, JAN. 21. The Kerala State Electricity Board women won their maiden title, beating South Central Railway (Secunderbad) 25-21, 25-17, 25-21 in the final match, in the Super League of the Nutrine Maha Lacto National volleyball league at the ...
A.P., Kerala are favourites
KOLKATA, JAN. 21. Defending champions Andhra Pradesh and Kerala will lead the charge respectively in the boys' and girls' sections as the 30th edition of the National junior (under-18) volleyball gets underway at Hooghly district's Baidyabati on ...
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