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Thursday, March 11, 2004
Indians land in Lahore
LAHORE, MARCH 10. The Indian cricket team on a historic 40-day tour of Pakistan was accorded a warm welcome. The team was greeted by the Nazim of Lahore, Mian Amir Mehmood, and the officials of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB). Sourav Ganguly ...
Win everyone's hearts: Vajpayee
NEW DELHI, MARCH 10. Before embarking on its historic tour of Pakistan, Sourav Ganguly and his team on Wednesday called on the Prime Minister, Atal Bihari Vajpayee, who in turn advised the cricketers, "Khel hi nahi, dil bhi jeetiye - ...
England - West Indies Test: Vaughan's batting is key factor
KINGSTON, MARCH 10. For almost 30 years the received wisdom ahead of an England tour of the Caribbean has been that West Indies would pressurise the tour captain with a bombardment from four or five tall fast bowlers and that tactic would bring a ...
Sridhar stuns Tereshchuk; Sunil, Bopanna out
KOLKATA, MARCH 10. The second day of the ONGC-ITF Futures main draw witnessed two contrasting performances on the clay courts of the Saturday Club. While Vinod Sridhar was close to perfect, Sunil Kumar Sipaeya fell into a heap of errors to make ...
Rejuvenated India takes on Holland
MADRID, MARCH 10.There is an immense sense of relief over India ensuring a place at the Olympics in Athens. It is indeed a paradox for the eight-time Olympic gold medallist to go through a harrowing experience to qualify. But such are the ...
Chetan, Abhinn and Kanetkar advance
BIRMINGHAM, MARCH 10. National champion Chetan Anand, Abhinn Shyam Gupta and Nikhil Kanetkar advanced to the second round of the All England Open Badminton tournament here on Wednesday. Chetan defeated Tooru Matsumoto of Japan 15-10, 13-15, ...
Harish dumps Humpy
NEW DELHI, MARCH 10. Koneru Humpy's list of conquests is more impressive than that of most Grandmasters in the country. But the teenager dragged her feet to an agonising 70-move loss against the 1999 Delhi champion Harish Sharma while Swati Ghate ...
Three share lead
MUMBAI, MARCH 10: In-form Ashok Kumar, experienced Vijay Kumar and Ranjit Singh recorded six-under 64 to lead the Rs.7.5-lakh Hutchison Essar Open Golf, at the par-70 Bombay Presidency Golf Club course here on Wednesday. The three have a ...
Sports : General
SAF Games: IOA likely to charter two flights
NEW DELHI, MARCH 10. The Indian Olympic Association (IOA) in collaboration with the Union Government, is probing the possibilities of chartering two flights to take the 400-odd Indian contingent, including coaches and officials, for the SAF Games ...
Muralidharan to be given reprieve?
NEW DELHI, MARCH 10.Swimmer Amar Muralidharan is being given a reprieve by the Indian Olympic Association (IOA) Anti-Doping Commission for his doping violation at the Hyderabad National Games. Unless the IOA top brass over-rules its doping ...
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