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Tuesday, August 19, 2003
Kirtley bowls England to victory
NOTTINGHAM, AUG. 18. After one of its best home performances in the last three years, England won the third Test by 70 runs at Trent Bridge today; but it was a tense 100 minutes in which the fighting qualities of the South Africa tail made the ...
Agnel's patience pays off
CHENNAI, AUG. 18. L.S. Ananth Baskar of Tamil Nadu dominated the proceedings against Maharashtra's Agnel Gladwin in the first round of the boys' under-18 section of the Adidas-Madras Cricket Club National junior tennis championship at the Madras ...
Spirited resurgence sees India through
AMSTERDAM, AUG. 18.Returning to the victory mode after a traumatic opening match on Saturday, India displayed that it has the wherewithal and energy to stage a comeback in the final minutes at it beat Germany after being twice in arrears in the ...
South men, West women have it easy
KOCHI, AUG. 18. Defending champion South Zone men, led by international Jaison Xavier, and West women posted easy wins in the 37th all-India LIC badminton championships, which began at the Rajiv Gandhi indoor stadium here on Monday. Mr. Rajesh ...
Anand triumphs in style
MAINZ, AUG. 18.Viswanathan Anand, the versatile genius, changed his approach to win two positional games on the final day and defeat Judit Polgar of Hungary 5-3 to retain his hold in the Chess Classic rapid match here on Sunday. It was an ...
Dronavalli Harika stuns Zhao Xue
KOZHIKODE, AUG. 18. After a disappointing Asian junior championship in Sri Lanka last month, Dronavalli Harika went to Tirupati and offered her hair to Lord Sri Venkateswara. The 12-year-old, who is making heads turn with her tonsured head, ...
Smooth sailing for seeded players
TUTICORIN, AUG. 18.It was a smooth sailing for the seeded players in the second round of the 16th SPIC Trophy FIDE Rated all India open chess tournament being held at the SPIC Nagar Community Hall here on Monday. At the end of the second round, ...
National camp concludes
NEW DELHI, AUG. 18. Coach Tibor Gonczol was happy with the response of the experienced and young shooters at the three-week national camp that concluded at the Dr. Karni Singh Range in Tughlakabad. "The shooters responded well. Jaspal Rana shot ...
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