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Sunday, November 02, 2003
Martyn shows the way with masterly century
MUMBAI, NOV. 1.Australia's cricketers play their parts very well at most times. Individually they let their talent flourish, come out in flying colours and thereby turn into a cohesive bunch to chalk out clear-cut victories. Quite remarkably they ...
MUMBAI, NOV. 1. Sunil Gavaskar was conferred the `Ceat Legend for Life' title at the Ceat Cricket Rating Awards function at the Taj Mahal Hotel on Friday. The batting maestro received the award from former Australian captain and now selector, ...
A riot of colours
HYDERABAD, NOV. 1.The closing ceremony of the inaugural edition of the Afro-Asian Games at the GMC Balayogi Stadium here may not have transported the near-capacity crowd into a world of fantasy. Yet, there was no mistaking the spirit of ...
HYDERABAD, NOV. 1. It was a truly starry affair as the first edition of Afro-Asian Games came to a close on a dark and starless evening at the G.M.C. Balayogi Stadium here today. A carnival like atmosphere prevailed as a medley of song and ...
Tariq, Akshitha emerge champions
BANGALORE, NOV. 1. Tariq Jacob, the 14-year-old lad from Chennai, capped his good run in the AITA Super Series under-14 championship with a well-deserved title win at the KSLTA Stadium here today. In an absorbing final, the second-seeded Tariq ...
Kamala Kannan loses early
NEW DELHI, NOV. 1. Kamala Kannan lost 2-6, 6-2, 2-6 to Murad Inoyatov of Uzbekistan in the first qualifying round of the $10,000 ITF Futures tennis tournament in Pattaya, Thailand, on Saturday. Shivang Mishra also went down 1-6, 2-6 to ...
Rakesh, Vinitha corner glory
CHENNAI, NOV. 1.M. Rakesh Shankar (Arunai EC, Thiruvannamalai) and Vinitha Devi of Madras Institute of Technology clinched the overall championship in the men's and women's sections respectively in the Anna University Sports Board three-day ...
Anand advances, Sasikiran bows out
BASTIA (FRANCE), NOV. 1. Indians had a mixed day in the pre-quarterfinals when Viswanathan Anand had an easy victory while Krishnan Sasikiran crashed out of the 7th Corsica Masters being played at the Bastia Theatre on Saturday. Knockouts and ...
Harika, Humpy humbled
KOZHIKODE, NOV. 1. India suffered a major setback when overnight sole leader Dronavalli Harika lost to China's Xiaoweng Zhang in the ninth round of the girls' under-14 event in the World youth chess championship at Halkidiki in Greece. That meant ...
Sai Nirupama keeps winning
THALAMBUR, NOV. 1. K. Sai Nirupama of Andhra continued her winning run in the Vels Srinivasa College of Engineering & Technology 17th National under-17 boys and girls chess championships in Thalambur here on Saturday. At the end of the eighth ...
Racing : Horse
A storm in the offing
BANGALORE, NOV. 1. What was thought to be a mere tempest in a tea-cup is holding out ominous signs of a full blown storm. There is plenty of talk and mounds of correspondence but neither the Bangalore Turf Club nor the trainers and the owners ...
Racing : Motor
Kremer remains on top
RAYONG (THAILAND), NOV. 1.The second day of the Rally of Thailand here on Saturday was a test for both man and his machine, what with it comprising nine Special Stages broken into three equal blocks of 47.95-kms each. And with just two service ...
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