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Wednesday, March 10, 2004
Ganguly promises to make history
KOLKATA, MARCH 9. When it comes to a war of words, Indian captain Sourav Ganguly is the last man to flinch. The gutsy left-hander fired the first salvo hard and deep, on Tuesday. As the short conditioning camp concluded at the Eden Gardens, ...
A rousing welcome awaits Indians
Some intense and exciting cricket is on the cards when India and Pakistan renew their duels this week. History against our neighbour over the years is indicative of this. After a long wait of 15 years, a rousing welcome awaits the Indian ...
Injured Bopanna exits
KOLKATA, MARCH 9. Injury seemed to cast its long shadow on Rohan Bopanna's performance as the Indian Davis Cupper succumbed to his second consecutive first round exit in the ITF Futures. The ONGC sponsored $10,000 event here at the Saturday Club ...
India qualifies for Athens Olympics
MADRID, MARCH 9. India has qualified for the Athens Olympics and what more has earned a berth to the semifinals of the pre-Olympic competition here after defeating Canada with a tennis set like score of 6-4. The scoreline, however, masks the ...
Indian Airlines in last four
MUMBAI, MARCH 9.Indian Airlines, as expected, reached the penultimate round of Union Bank-sponsored Bombay Gold Cup hockey tournament 2004, defeating Central Railway 4-1 in an action-packed quarterfinal at the Mahindra stadium on Tuesday. The ...
Bagan, Mahindra play out a drab draw
KOLKATA, MARCH 9.It was honours even for Mohun Bagan and Mahindra United in the 14th round of the National Football League at the Salt Lake Stadium here on Tuesday. In earning its 19th point from 14 outings, Mohun Bagan did well to contain ...
Parsvnath international tournament from today
NEW DELHI, MARCH 9. Around the time when the Indian cricketers land in Lahore on Wednesday, the second Parsvnath international chess tournament would be underway here. With the focus of the country's sports lovers more on the six-week tour and ...
Geetika misses Olympic berth
NEW DELHI, MARCH 9.Asian silver medallist Geetika Jakhar wrestled her way but missed the Olympic berth by a whisker in the Women's wrestling qualifying tournament in Tunis on Monday. Geetika tried to lift her opponent in one last attempt but ...
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