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Tuesday, September 07, 2004
Face-saving victory for India
LORD'S, SEPT. 6.Making the most of a complacent England, India drew on its strength, and put up its best display of the England tour thus far, to inflict a defeat on the home team. Lord's inspired the Indians as England suffered a defeat in the ...
The smile is back on Ganguly's face
LONDON, SEPT. 6. If the Indians overdid the celebration act at Lord's it was quite understandable. A victory against England had looked a dream but thanks to the infectious enthusiasm of Dinesh Kaarthick and Harbhajan Singh, skipper Sourav ...
ESS goes to court
MUMBAI, SEPT. 6. ESPN-STAR SPORTS (ESS) on Monday dragged the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) to court following its decision to conditionally award the four-year television rights to Zee Telefilms. ESS has filed a writ petition in ...
A unanimous decision: Muthiah
CHENNAI, SEPT. 6. Clad in traditional dhoti and khadi shirt, A.C. Muthiah looked relaxed at his Adyar Villa home on Monday, the sprawling garden lending the ambience a sylvan touch. As the immediate past President of the Board of Control ...
Principles of fairplay favoured Zee, says Dalmiya
MUMBAI, SEPT. 6. The President of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), Jagmohan Dalmiya, told The Hindu today that legal counsel on a variety of factors principles of fairplay, natural justice and more importantly the ...
Roddick overpowers Canas, runs into Robredo
NEW YORK, SEPT. 6. Serena Williams left her opponent swinging at shadows, then Andy Roddick finished his work with a 217 kph fast ball. Roddick and Williams easily aced their latest tests in the U.S. Open on Sunday, serving notice that they ...
Paes-Rikl stun top seeds
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 6. India's Leander Paes and Czech Republic's David Rikl continued their fine run in the US Open men's doubles, as they upset top seeds Jonas Bjorkman of Sweden and Todd Woodbridge of Australia to reach the quarterfinals on ...
Sandipan stuns Harikrishna
PUNE, SEPT. 6. Looking wistfully at the rain, Krishnan Sasikiran couldn't hide his glee. "I haven't seen such heavy rain in years," he said. He lives in Chennai, and of course even a drizzle there is cause enough for wild celebrations. The ...
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