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Monday, February 16, 2004
Pakistan will look into India's concerns
ISLAMABAD, FEB. 15. Pakistan has assured India that it is prepared to accommodate the concerns on the duration of stay of the cricketers for the forthcoming tour in Karachi and Peshawar. The issue reportedly figured at the wind-up meeting of ...
South in a spot of bother
DHARAMSHALA (HP), FEB. 15. By claiming three South Zone wickets in the final session, East Zone had reasons to be pleased at the halfway stage of its four-day Duleep Trophy match at the Dharamshala cricket stadium here on Sunday. After ...
West bowlers toil
GURGAON, FEB. 15. Central Zone maintained its relentless pursuit to win the battle of attrition against West Zone with two more days left in the Duleep Trophy contest at the Devi Lal Stadium here on Sunday. Rajasthan middle-order batsman Vineet ...
Saori Obata given top billing
HYDERABAD, FEB. 15. If an event is as good as its cast, the Women's Tennis Association India Open, renamed the WTA Hyderabad Open this year, should spring a few surprises, what with all its seeded players figuring in the world's top 100. Take ...
Ramaala clinches men's title
MUMBAI, FEB. 15. Hendrik Ramaala broke the spirit of Julius Sugut and Lucien Timobo with a spurt up the final incline at 38 km and then cruised to the finish, winning the men's event of the Standard Chartered Mumbai international marathon 2004 in ...
An impressive show
MUMBAI, FEB. 15. Initially the Walt Disney World Marathon conducted on the 30,000 acre Disney World property used to be known as the loneliest marathon. Times have changed with people being transported to theme parks to make it a big success. The ...
Seeking `Payyoli Express'
MUMBAI, FEB. 15. Nawal El-Moutawakel-Bennis, a surprise visitor to the Mumbai International Marathon, is on the lookout for P.T. Usha, her competitor in the 400m hurdles final at the 1984 Los Angeles Olympic Games. The Morocco hurdler wishes to ...
Billiards & Snooker
Manan sneaks past Gandhi
GWALIOR, FEB. 15. An early meeting between World champion Pankaj Advani and the lone Indian pro, Manan Chandra, became a possibility as the latter survived on the largesse offered by Harish Gandhi in the league phase, in the 70th National snooker ...
Arun, Nikhilesh share lead
HYDERABAD, FEB. 15. Arun Prasad of Tamil Nadu and Nikhilesh Kumar of Andhra Pradesh with 6.5 points each emerged joint-leaders at the end of the penultimate round of the National junior chess championship for boys and girls (under-18) at Gowtham ...
Sports : General
Karnataka retains overall championship
HYDERABAD, FEB. 15. Karnataka with a tally of 82 points retained the overall (men and women combined) team title in the Federation Cup taekwondo championships which concluded at the Lal Bahadur stadium here on Sunday. CRPF was second with ...
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