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Thursday, September 18, 2003
Rest of India takes on Mumbai
CHENNAI, SEPT 17. It was a familiar sight at Chepauk bright sunshine illuminating the M.A. Chidambaram Stadium. But on a closer look, it was not so common after all. Light was bouncing off the grass in the centre of the ground. Yes, ...
ICC `brainstorming' meet
MUMBAI, SEPT. 17. Considerable interest surrounds the first India-sitting of the International Cricket Council's Cricket Committee (Management) here on Thursday and Friday. The CC-M meets three times in a year and the agenda for the two-day ...
Gautham Gambhir to lead
MUMBAI, SEPT. 17. Gautham Gambhir will lead a 14 member Indian team for the three-nation Emerging Team Trophy limited overs tournament to be held in Sri Lanka from September 27 to October 5. Pakistan is the third team. The Indian team was ...
Junior ranking tourney from today
BANGALORE, SEPT. 17. The Union Bank all-India junior ranking badminton tournament will commence here on Thursday. A berth in the National junior teams scheduled to participate in the European circuit and a total prize money of Rs.1 lakh will be ...
Punna Vishal in second round
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 17. Punna Vishal defeated qualifier Saar Steele of Israel 7-5, 6-4 to move into the pre-quarterfinals of the $10,000 ITF Futures tennis tournament in Sunderland, Britain. Punna will meet David Sherwood of Britain in the second ...
Lanka official passes away
CHENNAI, SEPT 17. J.S.N. Anandarajah, a popular Sri Lankan football official and former Secretary of the South Asian Football Federation passed away in Colombo on Wednesday according to the Football Federation of Sri Lanka (FFSL). He was 59. A ...
Win for India White
JAMSHEDPUR, SEPT. 17. India TFA White midfielder Malsawma is perhaps the shortest player of the J.R.D. Tata Cup International Invitational football tournament. On Wednesday he stood tall among his compatriots fashioning his team's 2-1 victory ...
Humpy to play in World under-16 boys' championship
KOZHIKODE, SEPT. 17.Thirteen years after Judit Polgar of Hungary lifted the World under-14 boys' title, an Indian girl is hoping to repeat the feat. Koneru Humpy, who was crowned the Asian women's champion here last month, will play in the World ...
Sports : General
Horse show at Auroville
CHENNAI, SEPT.17. Red Earth Riding School will hold its annual horse show from September 27 to 29 at Auroville (Pondicherry). About 100 horses and over 150 riders are expected to take part in the competitions. " This is a great opportunity to ...
Rajeev sinks National mark in 50m butterfly
KOLKATA, SEPT. 17. Breaking a meet record is a achievement and breaking twice over and setting a new National mark as well, is an outstanding feat by any standards and the honour for it went to K. Rajeev of Kerala, who dazzled in the 50 metre ...
Inter-institutional tourney from today
HYDERABAD, SEPT. 17. The 33rd all-India inter-institutional table tennis championship will commence at the Fateh Maidan Indoor Stadium here from tomorrow. Top players will figure in the championship which features the team and singles and doubles ...
This is my best, says Rathore
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 17. It was no surprise that Major Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore won the Olympic quota in double trap in the World Championship in Nicosia, Cyprus, on Tuesday. He celebrated that in style by marching ahead to the bronze medal. For ...
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