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Monday, November 10, 2003
Australia cruises to another victory
GUWAHATI, NOV. 9. It was indeed a thoroughly professional performance by Australia against New Zealand in the TVS Cup tri-series game at the Nehru Stadium here on Sunday. Australia coasted to a comfortable 44-run victory in the last day game of ...
Indians to get their dues
KOLKATA, NOV. 9. The president of the Board of Control for Cricket in India, Jagmohan Dalmiya, said here on Sunday that the ICC "had agreed to release the share withheld from India and other countries.'' The share of $6.5 million ...
Ganguly keen to be back in action
BANGALORE, NOV. 9. Sourav Ganguly is keen to get back to the middle. And when the lights come on at the Chinnaswamy Stadium here on November 12, Ganguly will be back in the cricketing arena after an injury-induced brief lay off from the game. ...
Six Indians progress to main draw
PUNE, NOV. 9. Isha Lakhani's form in the Mumbai leg of the International Tennis Federation's women's Circuit event last week enabled her climb to the No. 7 place in the NEC-ITF women's tournament 2003 singles seedings. The Mumbai southpaw may ...
Salgaocar has its task cut out
NEW DELHI, NOV. 9. It will be a big challenge for the Goan league champion, Salgaocar Club, to stop the fine run of Asean Club champion and defending champion, East Bengal, in the final of the 116th Durand football tournament to be played at the ...
Good day for the Humpy family
KOZHIKODE, NOV. 9. Koneru Humpy came here, by her own admission, totally unprepared. But then, her chess is solid enough to overcome that handicap. The Andhra girl proved that again on Sunday, winning both her games in the Oilum 30th National ...
Atwal has the last laugh
NEW DELHI, NOV. 9.As anticipated, the final round of the $300,000 Hero Honda Masters had its share of thrills with overnight leader Digvijay Singh, Jyoti Randhawa and Atwal leading at different stages. Eventually, it was Atwal's chip-in birdie ...
Karnataka boys, Haryana girls triumph
BANGALORE, NOV. 9. Karnataka was cock-a-hoop. And understandably so as it extended its seven match winning streak to the title triumph in the 12th Mini national volleyball championship at the Sree Kanteerava Indoor Courts here this ...
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