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Saturday, February 07, 2004
Indians sing the same old song in a tournament final
MELBOURNE, FEB. 6.Australia outclassed India with the bat and ball and romped home a comfortable winner in the first VB Series final here on Friday. First, its fast bowlers knocked over India's top half cheaply and then Adam Gilchrist lashed out ...
Paes puts India on par
INVERCARGILL, FEB. 6.Leander Paes made a successful return to singles play on Friday, beating Mark Nielsen 6-2, 6-3, 7-6 (2) to leave the Davis Cup Asia/Oceania Zone Group 1 match between India and New Zealand tied 1-1. Paes has faced surgery ...
Hewitt helps Australia draw level
ADELAIDE, FEB. 7. Lleyton Hewitt beat rookie Robin Soderling as defending champion Australia levelled the first-round Davis Cup match at 1-1 Friday after Sweden's Thomas Enqvist upset Mark Philippoussis in the opener. Enqvist didn't lose a ...
India storms into final
NEW DELHI, FEB. 6. An improved performance gave India a flattering 5-0 win over Korea, and a place in Sunday's final of the fifth women's Asia Cup hockey tournament against Japan, at the National Stadium here. In the other semifinal, formidable ...
Injuries may hamper East Bengal's prospects
KOLKATA, FEB. 6. Injuries to key players have cast a shadow over the prospects of National Football League champion Kingfisher East Bengal in the AFC Cup against Singapore club, Gelyang United. Being the first Indian club to have won an ...
Billiards & Snooker
Kothari on song
GWALIOR, FEB. 6. Junior international Sourav Kothari set the pace chalking a break of 174 on his sixth visit to the table, as he took a convincing stride ahead in the 70th National billiards championship at the Jiwaji University here on ...
Short regains title; Ganguly second
GIBRALTAR, FEB. 6. Surya Shekhar Ganguly's inability to overcome P. Hari Krishna allowed Nigel Short to regain the Gibtele.com Masters chess title here. Short, joint-winner with Cyprus GM Vasilious Kotronias last year, completed his ...
Vandana is champion
BANGALORE, FEB. 6. Kolkata's Vandana Aggarwal bagged her second all-India Ladies Amateur Golf Championship title in a 15-year career, wearing down a strong challenge from Delhi's teenager Meghna Bal. The final to have been played over a ...
Sports : General
400-member squad for SAF Games
NEW DELHI, FEB. 6.In line with the improving relations with Pakistan, India has decided to send a 400-member contingent for the SAF Games to be held in Islamabad from March 29 to April 7. Addressing newspersons here on Friday, the Indian ...
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