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Tuesday, January 06, 2004
Can India pull it off today?
SYDNEY, JAN. 5. Anil Kumble's career-best haul overseas eight for 141 raised visions of an Indian victory in the final Test of this highly absorbing series. It is all set to provide the spectators some exciting cricket when the ...
Kumble is the trump card
I believe Sourav Ganguly's decision not to enforce the follow on in the ongoing Sydney Test was the right one. India ruled out the possibility of chasing any kind of target on a wearing pitch on the final day. The Indian captain could have ...
Ferrer survives a scare
CHENNAI, JAN. 5.Watching David Ferrer, one wondered what was going on in his mind. The Spaniard, who had scalped players such as Andre Agassi on clay in the ATP Masters Series at Rome, looked hardly the player who could win against a legend like ...
Centre court (5 p.m. start): Albert Montanes (Esp) vs Paradorn Srichaphan (Tha); Carlos Moya (Esp) vs Naom Okun (Isr); Dmitry Tursunov (Rus) vs Tommy Robredo (Esp); Thierry Ascione (Fra) v Rafael Nadal (Esp). Court No. 1 (5 p.m. ...
Tommy has started to rock `n' roll
CHENNAI, JAN. 5. It remains to be seen if Tommy Robredo would rock and roll at this year's Tata Open. The World No. 21 did score some impressive victories last season, notable being the ones over world No. 1 Lleyton Hewitt and three-time champion ...
It's been a happy New Year for Dhanraj
HYDERABAD, JAN. 5. The New Year has begun well for Indian hockey star Dhanraj Pillay. The 35-year-old forward revealed that the Tamil Nadu Government had decided in principle to allot him three acres of land in Chennai to realise his dream of ...
GNDU regains trophy
KARAIKUDI, JAN. 5. Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar regained Malhotra Trophy, in the Indian Universities women's hockey, after a lapse of two years defeating JPM Rohalkhand University, Bareilly 2-0 in the last match of the semi-final round ...
Krithika stops Mary's merry run
KOZHIKODE, JAN. 5.Mary Ann Gomes's merry run of wins finally ended on Monday. Eleven-year-old Pon. N. Krithika held the top-seeded Kolkatan to a draw in the tenth round of the Kajah second National sub-junior superleague at the Chess India ...
Kunte outsmarts Cherniaev
HASTINGS (ENGLAND), JAN. 5. Indian Grandmaster Abhijit Kunte outsmarted IM Alexander Cherniaev of Russia in the eighth and penultimate round of the premier tournament of Hastings International Chess Congress to move into fourth place with 4.5 ...
Sports : General
Kapil Dev's autobiography released
NEW DELHI, JAN. 5."I have nothing to hide. I have no worries. In my book, I've said what I think of my life, my family, my friends, teammates, the cricket board and the media.'' These were the words of Kapil Dev after his mother released his ...
Asian championships from Jan. 9
MUMBAI, JAN. 5.Sailors from 14 Asian nations will take part in the Asian sailing championships 2004, to be held from January 9-12, 2004 off Mumbai harbour and Girgaum Chowpatty. Competitions will be held in six sailing and two windsurfing ...
Formidables in lead
AURANGABAD, JAN. 5. Formidables, Delhi, represented by Kiran Nadir, Subhash Gupta, K.R. Venkatraman, Sumit Choksi, with 225 VPs, lead Group `A' at the end of the 10th round of the qualifying matches for the Ruia Trophy National bridge ...
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