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Sunday, April 11, 2004
The axe may fall on Chopra
RAWALPINDI, APRIL 10. Both India and Pakistan have critical selection issues to resolve ahead of the Rawalpindi Test. They will have to get it dead right, for there are no comebacks after the decider. The powerful Indian batting line-up failed ...
Paes-Bhupathi pair wins crucial doubles
OSAKA, APRIL 10. Leander Paes and Mahesh Bhupathi defeated Thomas Shimada and Takahiro Terachi in the doubles rubber today as India took a 2-1 lead over Japan in their Davis Cup Asia/Oceania Group I clash. Paes and Bhupathi outplayed the ...
Salute to a heroic outsider
ON Friday, even as post-mortems were being conducted in millions of drawing rooms and bars and playgrounds in this country to figure out the main reasons for the Indian cricket team's loss to Pakistan in the Lahore Test, in a tennis stadium in ...
Chuang takes title without any fuss
NEW DELHI, APRIL 10. Top seed Chuang Chia-Jung needed just over an hour to pack off an indisposed Hao Jie as the final of the Bank of Baroda-sponsored $ 10,000 ITF Women's tennis tournament proved a damp squib at the DLTA Complex on Saturday ...
PSB, Army XI post identical wins
KOLKATA, APRIL 10. Punjab and Sind Bank (PSB) and Army XI notched up identical wins 2-1, to ensure a final face-off in the Indian Oil-Servo sponsored 109th Beighton Cup hockey tournament. In the two semifinals held here at the CC & FC ...
Henry's hat-trick helps Arsenal stem the rot
LONDON, APRIL 10. Arsenal made amends on Friday for its most disappointing week of the season, rallying behind a Thierry Henry hat-trick to defeat Liverpool 4-2 at Highbury to keep the Gunners in command in the Premier League. Henry, who ...
Santosh Trophy likely to be postponed
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM, APRIL 10. The 59th Santosh Trophy National senior football tournament, to be held in Kochi from May 1 to 15, is likely to be postponed to either September or October, according to informed KFA sources. Speaking to The Hindu ...
Tjiptawan enters final
TOKYO, APRIL 10. Mia Audina Tjiptawan of the Netherlands defeated China's Zhou Mi on Saturday to advance to the finals of the Yonex Open badminton tournament. Tjiptawan, the tournament's fourth-seeded player, posted an 11-4, 2-11, 11-4 victory ...
India reaps rich rewards
KOZHIKODE, APRIL 10. India once again showed it had little competition in the continent when it comes to age-group chess. India claimed nine out of the 12 medals on offer at the Asian under-18 and under-16 championships, which concluded in ...
Palmer's emotional final stroll
AUGUSTA (GEORGIA), APRIL 10. Justin Rose is the youngest pro in the field. Alex Cejka made a harrowing escape from Communism. K.J. Choi set a Masters record. And don't forget Charles Howell, who grew up five minutes from Augusta National. Or ...
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