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Sunday, February 01, 2004
India may field full strength team
PERTH, JAN. 31.The Indian team has enjoyed a thoroughly well deserved long break from competitive cricket. It's sort of a holiday after the toughest seven days of the VB tri-series during which it had to confront Australia and Zimbabwe. After ...
New bunch has a lot of potential
MUMBAI, JAN. 31.The youth content in Indian cricket has been a revelation for even the Australians. Irfan Pathan's easy transition from U-19 levels to the senior squad underlining the importance of age group competitions and coaching ...
Double delight for Rupesh
KOLKATA, JAN. 31.Indian junior champion Rupesh Roy annexed a double crown with two stellar performances on Saturday, first winning the boys' singles as the second-seed and then partnered compatriot Anshuman Dutta to lift the doubles' title in the ...
Rastogi bows out
NEW DELHI, JAN. 31. India's Karan Rastogi went out in the semifinals of the boys' singles at the Australian Open in Melbourne on Saturday. Fourth seed Rastogi was upset by eighth seed Gael Monfils of France in straight sets 6-2, 6-2 at the ...
CHENNAI, JAN. 31. North-East Zone winner Delhi meets Osmania and Bangalore takes on South-West Zone winner Jiwaji (Gwalior) in the semifinals of the all-India inter-university tennis tournament for men. In the quarterfinals here on Saturday, ...
ITF junior meet from tomorrow
NEW DELHI, JAN. 31. Players from 17 countries are scheduled to compete in the Adidas ITF grade `II' junior tennis tournament to be played at the DLTA Complex here from February 2 to 7. ``It is nice to have so many international junior ...
Indian coach more realistic than optimistic
NEW DELHI, JAN. 31.The oft-repeated "feel good'' factor is in the air. But the breeze of optimism has not swept through the dormitories of the Nehru Stadium residential wing. On the eve of the fifth Asia Cup women's hockey tournament, the ...
Billiards & Snooker
Kothari, Mehta advance
GWALIOR, JAN. 31. As long as Pankaj Advani floats in the junior pool of players, none really fancy their chances. Even so, there is a hope - to be at least number two in the country and be able to wear India colours on the international ...
Venkatesh overcomes Prakash
CHENNAI, JAN. 31. National junior champion M.R. Venkatesh of Bharat Petroleum overcame G.B. Prakash of Indian Bank in the 12th round to stay in contention for the Grandmaster norm in the 1st Orient Flight School open chess tournament here. In a ...
Sports : General
Karnataka girls in volleyball final
CHENNAI, JAN. 31. Karnataka moved into the girls' under-14 volleyball final defeating Haryana 25-18, 25-22, 22-25, 25-14 in the 49th National Schools Games at the Nehru indoor stadium complex here on Saturday. Tamil Nadu boys outplayed Uttar ...
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