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Sunday, February 15, 2004
The tour is on reactions
BCCI hails decision
KOLKATA, FEB. 14. The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) on Saturday welcomed the `cricket friendly' decision of the central government to clear the Indian team's tour of Pakistan. "The clearance has come for the full tour,'' said Mr. ...
Dogged century by Das
DHARAMSHALA (HP), FEB. 14.Shiv Sundar Das played all day to put together a classy unbeaten 107 and guided East Zone to a comfortable-looking 229 for four against South Zone on the opening day of the four-day Duleep Trophy league encounter at the ...
Khoda leads from the front
GURGAON, FEB. 14. A responsible innings of 145 by Central Zone captain Gagan Khoda left the West Zone bowling in a shambles at the Devi Lal Stadium here on the opening day of the Duleep Trophy match. Khoda won the toss and then capitalised on the ...
West, Central set up title clash
KOCHI, FEB. 14. West Zone and Central posted contrasting wins and entered the final of the Vinoo Mankad Trophy National under-19 inter-zone cricket championship on Saturday. West, as expected, crushed East by 237 runs at the Ambalamugal KRL ...
Mumbai Marathon today
MUMBAI, FEB. 14.Celebrity appearances by the likes of American long jumper Mike Powell and sprint ace Michael Johnson at an international marathon race may appear an aberration, but when it is time for the long haul, the focus shifts to another ...
There's nobody in sight now: Johnson
MUMBAI, FEB. 14. Michael Johnson was a phenomenon in athletics. Like Carl Lewis in the 100m and Edwin Moses in the 400m hurdles he reigned supreme in the 200m and 400m flat runs. He holds the world records in the 400m, 43.18s at the 1999 World ...
Billiards & Snooker
Big names take a beating
GWALIOR, FEB. 14. The lesser-league cueists made a splash with just one day of league matches remaining in the 70th National snooker championship at the Jiwaji University here on Saturday. Junior international Sourav Kothari, pro Manan Chandra ...
Vinuthna is sole leader
HYDERABAD, FEB. 14. N. Vinuthna of Andhra Pradesh emerged sole leader with 6.5 points at the end of the seventh round of the National junior chess championship for boys and girls (under-18 years) being held at Gowtham Model School here ...
Junior women win team bronze in Air Pistol
NEW DELHI, FEB. 14.Junior women today added one more medal to India's kitty, winning the Air Pistol team bronze in the 10th Asian Shooting Championship in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The team comprising Minverva Singh (370), Anuraj Singh (371), ...
Sports : General
Karnataka hogs limelight
HYDERABAD, FEB. 14. Karnataka, with three gold and three bronze medals in the eight finals, emerged on top on the first day of the two-day Federation Cup taekwondo championship 2004, which was inaugurated by Mr. P.N.V. Prasad, Chairman of SAAP, ...
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