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Monday, January 26, 2004
Karvi and Shukla put India in final
BANGALORE, JAN. 25. It was a perfect Sunday for India as the defending champion rode high on seamer Umesh Karvi's four-wicket burst and Ravikant Shukla's unbeaten 96. The duo's efforts helped the host defeat Sri Lanka by seven wickets in a Asia ...
THE GREG CHAPPELL COLUMN
David was a Goliath of generosity
ADELAIDE, JAN. 25. Tomorrow is going to be an emotional day at the Adelaide Oval. The international and national cricket community is going to join with the local public to say farewell to one of South Australia's favourite cricketing sons, David ...
Ponting impressed by Zimbabwe's show against India
ADELAIDE, JAN. 25. After a knock at the nets, Australia's captain Ricky Ponting obliged autograph hunters who had assembled at the Adelaide Oval Grounds on Sunday morning to have a glimpse of the Australian cricketers. Inside the Oval, ...
Billiards & Snooker
Vidya, Uma Devi begin well
GWALIOR, JAN. 25. Defending champion Vidya Pillai and the last year's runner-up, R. Uma Devi, had a good start to their campaign in the 12th Women's National snooker championship at the Jivaji University here on Sunday. Vidya of Tamil Nadu made ...
Anand keeps lead despite setback
CHENNAI, JAN. 24. Veselin Topalov of Bulgaria ended the six-year undefeated stint of Viswanathan Anand by defeating him in a penultimate round game of the 66th Corus chess tournament being played at Wijk aan Zee in the Netherlands on Saturday. In ...
Mixed day for Ramesh
CHENNAI, JAN. 25. Grand Master R.B. Ramesh of Indian Oil, Chennai had a mixed day losing and winning against visiting Russian grandmasters on an eventful fourth day of the 1st Orient Flight School International Open chess tournament being played ...
Racing : Horse
Fond Fantasy for Bangalore Derby
BANGALORE, JAN. 26.
Sports : General
St. Joseph's College dominates
ERODE, JAN.25. St. Joseph's College of Engineering, Chennai lifted the basketball and tennis titles on Sunday in the 22nd Tamil Nadu Inter-Engineering Sports (TIES 2004) sponsored by the KSR College of Technology, Tiruchengodu. In table tennis ...
Karnataka continues its good run
MYSORE, JAN.25As Karnataka continued its gold rush, there were quite a few pleasing performances from other southern State swimmers as well, and the most notable being that of B. Vinod Kumar of Tamil Nadu, the talented young lad who smashed two ...
AP boys, Kerala girls cruise into quarterfinals
KOLKATA, JAN. 25.Defending boys' champion Andhra Pradesh won all its matches, without conceding a game, in the preliminary league to top Group A and waltz into the quarterfinals of the 30th National junior volleyball at Baidyabati on ...
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