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Thursday, February 05, 2004
India has to recapture batting magic
MELBOURNE, FEB. 4.India has to recapture its batting form this weekend if it hopes to match Australia in the VB Series triangular finals and revive memories of the first three matches between the teams. India's batsmen adjusted and settled to ...
Is India shining?
MUCH like the "technical correction" that is taking place in our stock markets, some of the air has gone out of the feel-good balloon of Indian cricket which was flying high down under. What happened at the WACA in Perth over two matches, against ...
South Asia's only ATP event will stay in Chennai
CHENNAI, FEB. 4.After several days of angst-ridden debate a decision has finally been taken: South Asia's only ATP fixture will continue to be played in the metropolis at least for another five years, but under a new name The Chennai ...
Five Indians cruise into quarterfinals
NEW DELHI, FEB. 4. Each one of them is a champion in his own right. Five Indian lads, each capable of outwitting the other, cruised into the quarterfinals of the Adidas ITF grade `II' junior tennis tournament to affix the host's stamp of ...
India swamps Kazakhstan, meets Korea in semifinals
NEW DELHI, FEB. 4.India attained its primary objective of topping Pool `A' and earned a semifinal meeting with defending champion Korea in the women's Asia Cup hockey tournament at the National Stadium here. On Wednesday afternoon, about half ...
E. Bengal signs pact with Leicester City
KOLKATA, FEB. 4. Kingfisher East Bengal signed a deal with the English premiership club Leicester City. The city giant formalised a three-year agreement on Wednesday with the English football club that will open up a host of developmental ...
Billiards & Snooker
Advani pockets junior snooker title too
GWALIOR, FEB. 4. Pankaj Advani switched from billiards to snooker in an effortless manner to win the 28th Junior National snooker championship at the Jiwaji University here on Wednesday. "It was a matter of switching from billiards to snooker ...
Short stops Hari, takes lead
GIBRALTAR, FEB. 4.For the second time in three weeks, British Grandmaster Nigel Short outwitted P. Hari Krishna and snatched the lead with 6.5 points after the eighth round of the Gibtele.com Masters international chess tournament at the La ...
Meghna stuns Anjali
BANGALORE, FEB. 4. Fifteen-year-old Meghna Bal from Shriram School, New Delhi, defeated second-ranked Anjali Chopra in the second round of the Navision all-India ladies amateur golf championship at the Karnataka Golf Association Course here on ...
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