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Friday, February 13, 2004
Sriram helps India 'A' complete whitewash
CHENNAI, FEB. 12. The road from the periphery to centrestage, from the fringes to limelight, from relative obscurity to celebrity status can be long and treacherous. Sridharan Sriram has been on this road before and he is on it again, negotiating ...
Secret agents for India-Pakistan series
ISLAMABAD, FEB. 12. Concerned over match-fixers targeting the India-Pakistan series, the International Cricket Council (ICC) has decided to deploy as many as three anti-corruption officials besides secret agents to check the menace. ``The ICC ...
Chetan, Rakesh sparkle for West
KOCHI, FEB. 12.A 104-run second-wicket stand between Chetan Padiyar (62 off 173 balls, 6x4) and junior international Rakesh Solanki (58, 70 balls, 2x6, 7x4) helped West Zone to 281 on the opening day of its four-day semifinal against East in the ...
Jeevan humbles Rupesh, enters final
CHANDIGARH, FEB. 12. Jeevan Nedunchezhiyan continued with his hot streak and humbled top-seeded Rupesh Roy 6-1, 6-3 in the semifinals of the ITF grade `III' junior tennis tournament at the CLTA Complex here on Thursday. It was sweet revenge for ...
Tamarine confirms participation
HYDERABAD, FEB.12.Defending champion Tamarine Tanasugarn of Thailand and Uzbekistan's Iroda Tulyaganova have confirmed their participation in the second edition of the WTA Indian Open tennis championship to be held at SAAP tennis complex here ...
Shivdan Singh emerges front-runner
MUMBAI, FEB. 12. Shivdan Singh of Services Sports Control Board (SSCB) emerges the front-runner in the Indian pack at the Standard Chartered Mumbai International Marathon 2003 with a personal best of 2hrs, 23m, 53s and a third place in the Pune ...
Billiards & Snooker
Pankaj Advani begins in style
GWALIOR, FEB. 12. World champion Pankaj Advani and Sourav Kothari opened their campaigns with polished performances in the 70th National snooker championship at the Jiwaji University here on Thursday. Defending champion Advani chalked out two ...
Tanmoy takes over at the top
HYDERABAD, FEB. 12. Tanmoy Patnaik of Alekhine Chess Club (Kolkata) emerged sole leader with 4.5 points from five rounds in the National junior chess championship for boys and girls (under-18) here today. On the second board, Tanmoy preferred ...
Beggs does well to down Sujjan
KOLKATA, FEB.12.Second seed Norman Beggs of South Africa made a good comeback in the third round of the Eveready 103rd all-India amateur golf championship against unseeded Sujjan Singh on the second play-off hole. Beggs was five-down after 10 ...
Racing : Horse
Spark Of Glory for feature
BANGALORE, FEB. 13.Spark Of Glory, who has been well tuned, is expected to score in the Stayers Trial Stakes (2,400m), the main event of this afternoon's meeting. False rails (width 4 mts from 1,600m to 1,000m and 7 mts from 1,000m to winning ...
Good day for Indians
NEW DELHI, FEB. 12. It was one of the most successful days for Indian shooters as they not only won two gold in the trap event but also grabbed four quota places for the Athens Olympics at the 10th Asian Shooting Championship at Kuala Lumpur. ...
Sports : General
Malathi hogs limelight
BANGALORE, FEB. 12. Karnataka's Malathi Holla, who has won laurels abroad in many paralympic events, made a spectacular start in the sixth National Games for the disabled, which opened at the Sree Kanteerava Stadium. Competing in the T 52 ...
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