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Wednesday, November 12, 2003
Can Ganguly set the Indian house in order?
BANGALORE, NOV. 11. Sourav Ganguly, affectionately called `dada', is back in the thick of things and that's welcome news for India. The heat is on the home side and the aggressive streak that Ganguly brings with him as captain should rub off on ...
Sandeep Patil retained India `A' coach
MUMBAI, NOV. 11.Sandeep Patil has been retained coach of the India `A' team for the three Test series against Sri Lanka `A' to be played at Ahmedabad, Pune and Mumbai and the four-nation tournament to be held in Bangalore in December. The Sri ...
The `Mysore Express' rolls to a halt
BANGALORE, NOV. 11.Javagal Srinath announced his retirement from all forms of cricket, here on Tuesday, putting to an end his illustrious career as an India paceman. "I have basked under the sunshine, been under the microscope, but enjoyed ...
Kim Clijsters wins second straight WTA Championships
LOS ANGELES, NOV. 11. Kim Clijsters of Belgium successfully defended her title at the WTA Championships, defeating Amelie Mauresmo of France 6-2, 6-0. Clijsters became the first player since Steffi Graf in 1996 to win successive titles at the ...
Archana plays the mindgame to perfection
PUNE, NOV. 11. Archana Venkataraman grabbed attention for persistence on court and raw passion to win against all odds on a dramatic day at the NECC-ITF women's tennis tournament, the way Anna Kournikova may have loved to do instead of hogging ...
Mahesh-Mirnyi win second match
HOUSTON, NOV. 11. The second-seeded Mahesh Bhupathi and Max Mirnyi of Belarus stayed afloat in the race for a semifinal berth from `Blue' group, as the duo beat Wayne Arthurs and Paul Hanley of Australia 6-4, 7-6 (7-2) in the World doubles tennis ...
Billiards & Snooker
All geared up for World championship
HYDERABAD, NOV. 11. In yet another welcome gesture on the sporting front, the Union Government has cleared the way for the participation of the two best Pakistani players Khurram Hussain Agha (No.1) and Mohd Yousuf (No.2) in the ...
Humpy prevails in sibling showdown
KOZHIKODE, NOV. 11.Nothing it seems could stop Koneru Humpy. Not even sentiments for her own younger sister. She punished Koneru Chandra Hawsa for a costly a mistake and made it five out of five. The top seed from Andhra has thus extended her ...
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