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Friday, January 23, 2004
Centuries by Yuvraj and Laxman in vain
SYDNEY, JAN. 22.Brett Lee was Australia's hero on Thursday night at the SCG. He struck a big six off the fourth ball of the last over and with a single from the next clinched the match for the home team to break the hearts of eleven Indian ...
Yuvraj and Laxman - two class acts
SYDNEY, JAN. 22. India's batsmen continue to pile on the runs. Not since the visit of Viv Richards' mighty West Indians has any touring side batted with as much style and conviction as this Indian outfit. Not even the absence of the regular ...
Isha tames Sandy
NEW DELHI, JAN. 22. Isha Lakhani stood out with a fine exhibition of intense strokeplay, even as the rest of the Indian players crashed out in the $10,000 ITF women's tennis tournament at the DLTA Complex here on Thursday. On a day when the ...
NEW DELHI, JAN. 22. Leander Paes, returning to action after a gap of five months, lost his comeback match when his Czech partner Tomas Cibulec and he crashed out of the men's doubles in the Australian Open in Melbourne on Thursday. The 10th ...
PCB sacks Sohail
ISLAMABAD, JAN. 22. National selection committee chairman Aamir Sohail was today sacked by the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) and replaced by another former cricketer Wasim Bari. A PCB press release here said former Test captain Wasim Bari had ...
Chetan Anand's maiden win tastes doubly sweet
HYDERABAD, JAN. 22. In front of an adoring home crowd, Andhra lad Chetan Anand, representing Petroleum Sports Promotion Board, coasted to his maiden title in the IOC-sponsored 68th senior National badminton championship at the KVBR indoor stadium ...
Chetan to lead SAF Games squad
HYDERABAD, JAN. 22. The newly-crowned National champion, Chetan Anand, will lead India in the South Asian Federation (SAF) Games to be held in Islamabad in April. This was disclosed by B.K.Varma, president of the Badminton Association of ...
Chole holds Humpy
CHENNAI, JAN. 22. Grandmaster Koneru Humpy was held to a draw by unknown Vikrant Chole in the opening round of the 1st Orient Flying School International Open chess tournament at Hotel President here on Thursday. Except a few minor upsets, ...
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