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Sunday, February 29, 2004
North gains first innings lead
DHARAMSHALA (HP), FEB. 28. West Zone paid the penalty for its overcautious approach and allowed North Zone to take a firm grip on their Duleep Trophy league match at the Dharamshala Cricket Stadium here on Saturday. From 121 for three, West ...
It will be a great series: Wright
MUMBAI, FEB. 28. India coach John Wright feels Sourav Ganguly's Indian team should go to Pakistan with optimism, fighting spirit and the realisation that it would be one of the greatest series in world cricket. After spending two weeks with his ...
India better prepared
DHAKA, FEB. 28. Ambati Rayudu's one-match suspension has come at an inopportune time for India. Considering his experience at this level it is his third year with the junior National side he will be sorely missed in the ...
Focus on Shikhar Dhawan
DHAKA, FEB. 28. With three centuries and a fifty under his belt in the ICC under-19 cricket World Cup so far (497 runs at an average of 99.40), India's Shikhar Dhawan is a strong contender if not an automatic choice for the Best ...
Aisam Ul-Haq Qureshi lifts title
NEW DELHI, FEB. 28. Aisam Ul-Haq Qureshi rode on his big serves to win his first title of the season, as the second-seeded Pakistani beat the top-seeded Todor Enev of Bulgaria 6-3, 6-4 in the final of the Syndicate Bank $10,000 ITF men's Futures ...
Nithyaesh, Megha corner glory
KOCHI, FEB. 28.Tamil Nadu's Nithyaesh Nataraj and Andhra Pradesh's Panuganti Megha bagged the biggest titles of their budding career at the AITA Junior Tour KRL all-India ranking tennis tournament, which concluded at the Ambalamugal KRL courts ...
Nitin Kirtane posts win
CHENNAI, FEB. 28. Nitin Kirtane of India defeated Markus Egger of Austria 6-3, 7-6 (2) in the first round of the singles qualifying draw of the $ 10000 TNTA-ITF Futures tournament at the Nungambakkam stadium on Saturday. The results (Indians ...
Kasparov escapes with a draw
NEW DELHI, FEB. 28. Garry Kasparov lived dangerously against Alexei Shirov before forcing a draw through perpetual checks in the eighth round of the Linares chess tournament on Friday. After the previous round had witnessed decisive battles, ...
Siddaiah emerges sole leader
BANGALORE, FEB. 28. N. Siddaiah of Andhra Pradesh emerged as the sole leader, with seven points from as many rounds in the South Zone chess championship for the blind at the State Youth Centre here on Saturday. On the top board, Siddaiah ...
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