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Wednesday, January 28, 2004
A venue with a rich history
CANBERRA, JAN. 27. Manuka Oval where an Indian XI will play the Australian Prime Minister's XI led by Steve Waugh here on Wednesday has a rich history. It derives its name from New Zealand's Maoris who used to call the `leptospermum scoparium' or ...
Dhoni stars as East emerges winner
JAMSHEDPUR, JAN. 27.East Zone won the Prof. D.B. Deodhar Trophy limited-overs inter-zonal cricket tournament for the fourth time here at the Keenan Stadium on Tuesday. East humbled Central Zone by 142 runs to earn five points including a bonus to ...
All-round display by Ajith
TIRUCHI, JAN. 27. An all-round display by Ajith Pereira (85 and four for 14) enabled St. Joseph's College to score a big 154 run win over Ponnagar Cricket Club in the Tiruchi District Cricket Association-IOB I division league match here on ...
Bhupathi-Mirnyi knocked out
MELBOURNE, JAN. 27. Mahesh Bhupathi and Max Mirnyi suffered a shock quarterfinal defeat in the men's doubles today. The second seeded Indo-Belarussian pair lost to the French pair of Fabrice Santoro and Michael Llodra, the fifth seeds, 3-6, 4-6. ...
Easy for Navdeep, Rupesh
KOLKATA, JAN. 27. Top-seeded Navdeep Singh and second-seeded Rupesh Roy waltzed into the boys' singles pre-quarterfinals of the ONGC ITF junior tennis tournament with straight-sets victories. The spillover of singles matches at the DKS courts ...
Rain plays spoilsport
CHENNAI, JAN. 27. Early morning rain on Tuesday forced postponement of the semifinal matches by a day in the South West zone inter-university men's tennis tournament being organised by the Anna University Sports Board. As per the current ...
Billiards & Snooker
Meenal ahead in summit clash
GWALIOR, JAN. 27. Playing in her maiden final, Maharashtra's Meenal Thakur led 2-1 against R. Uma Devi of Karnataka in the best-of-five frame summit clash at the 12th National women's snooker championship at the Jiwaji University here on ...
Fominyh back in lead
CHENNAI, JAN. 27.Grandmasters had a field day in the eighth round, as Alexander Fominyh of Russia re-established his lead, with seven points, after a marathon 77-move victory over Mahmood Lodhi of Pakistan, in the International Open chess ...
Sports : General
SSCB steals the show
HYDERABAD, JAN. 26. Services Sports Control Board (SSCB) topped the table with a tally of 26 gold, six silver and two bronze in the 14th National kayaking and canoeing championship held at the Hussain Sagar Lake here. Host Andhra Pradesh (11 ...
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