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Friday, April 09, 2004
Pakistan completes formalities
LAHORE, APRIL 8. When opener Taufeeq Umar glanced Irfan Pathan to the fine-leg fence 26 minutes after lunch on the fourth day, Pakistan had drawn level in the three-Test series at the Gaddafi Stadium on Thursday. With a comprehensive ...
`A fitting reply to critics'
LAHORE, APRIL 8. Pakistan captain Inzamam-ul-Haq said despite the joy of a series levelling victory in the second Test, he was pained at the criticism his team had to take after the setback in Multan. "The boys have responded well to criticism. ...
The Hindu Trophy from today
VISAKHAPATNAM, APRIL 8. The Hindu Trophy cricket tournament has entered its 11th year. This edition will be held from April 9 to 18 with as many as 16 top teams of the city, both from institutions and clubs, participating in it. Metro CC ...
India takes on Japan
OSAKA, APRIL 8. Japan has not won a Davis Cup tennis tie against India in 74 years. But this interesting piece of history is not about to make Japan captain Jun Kamiwazumi imagine a victory against the Indians in the Davis Cup tie here from April ...
Ankita makes semifinals
NEW DELHI, APRIL 8. Nursing a troubled forearm, Rushmi Chakravarthy made a painful exit from the Bank of Baroda $ 10,000 ITF Women's tennis tournament soon after an injured Shikha Uberoi pulled out of her quarterfinal match against Ankita Bhambri ...
Warm welcome for Indian contingent
NEW DELHI, APRIL 8. With a haul of 101 gold medals, the Indian contingent to the South Asian Federation (SAF) Games returned here to a rousing welcome, but the modest performance of its athletes and boxers has surely left a scar on India's feat ...
Master's final Masters?
AUGUSTA: For Jack Nicklaus this might be about as close as he'll ever come to giving a farewell speech at Augusta National. He leaned forward just a bit, eyes widening, and revealed what was going on in his mind. ``I would say the chances of ...
Racing : Motor
Can anyone stop Schumacher?
SAKHIR (Bahrain): With Michael Schumacher winning the first three races in Australia, Malaysia and Bahrain, Formula One opens in Europe with a familiar question: Can anyone stop him? The only serious challenges the six-time world champion has ...
Sports : General
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