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Monday, January 19, 2004
After 12 years an ODI victory over Australia Down Under
BRISBANE, JAN. 18. Australia's best plans went awry and it was made to eat humble pie, beaten by 19 runs by India for the first time in the tri-series and for the first time in 12 years in their own backyard. Even the great finisher in one-day ...
An opportunity for Indians to excel
NEW DELHI, JAN. 18.It will be another opportunity for the Indian women to assert themselves when the $10,000 ITF women's circuit tennis tournament unfolds at the DLTA Complex here on Monday. Rushmi Chakravarti had done well to make the final ...
Aussies prove invincible
KUALA LUMPUR, JAN. 18. Displaying ingenuity in midfield and improvisation in attack, Australia regained the Azlan Shah Cup from Pakistan in an exciting contest at Bukit Jalil on Sunday. The Aussie win was far more emphatic than what the margin ...
No stopping PSPB teams
HYDERABAD, JAN. 18. Petroleum Sports Promotion Board (PSPB) lived up to expectations and retained the Rahimtoola and Chaddha Cups, the symbol of supremacy in the men's and women's team events, in the 59th inter-State zonal and 68th senior ...
Short and Smirnov clinch titles
MUMBAI, JAN. 18. Sunday proved an off day for the Indians in contention for honours in the Commonwealth chess championship. The defeats of Pravin Thipsay, P. Hari Krishna and Lanka Ravi on the top three boards led to Russian GM Pavel Smirnov ...
Anand in joint lead
CHENNAI, JAN. 18. Title holder Viswanathan Anand defeated Alexei Shirov of Spain to stay in the joint lead at the end of the sixth round in the 66th Corus chess tournament played at Wijk Aan Zee in the Netherlands on Saturday. The NIIT-sponsored ...
HSIDC shocks Kochi Refineries
CHENNAI, JAN. 18. Haryana Small Industries Development Corporation scored a stunning 25-13, 20-25, 25-18, 23-25, 15-9 victory over last year's runner-up Kochi Refineries in the men's Super League of the Nutrine Maha Lacto National League at the ...
Simple shatters records
NEW DELHI, JAN. 18. Commonwealth silver medallist Simple Kaur Bhumrah went on a record-breaking binge as she defended her super-heavy title with ease, in the National weightlifting championships at the Karnail Singh Stadium here on ...
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