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Friday, March 12, 2004
A forgettable day for Indian bowlers
LAHORE, MARCH 11.Aap India se hai? Kaisa laga apko Pakistan? (Are you from India? How do you find Pakistan?) These have been about the most common questions thrown at the Indian presspersons in Pakistan. And the predictable answer, "It ...
Nine security officials for each spectator
LAHORE, MARCH 11. Each of the spectators who turned up for the opening match of India's first full tour of Pakistan in 14 years had nine security officials observing their movements on Thursday. A crowd of less than 300 ticket-holders were ...
England makes early inroads
KINGSTON, MARCH 11. Simon Jones, the England fast bowler, made a fairytale return to Test cricket, 16 months after being badly injured, by capturing the wicket of Brian Lara, one of the world's greatest batsmen, in his second over at Sabina Park ...
Britain beats Belgium
MADRID, MARCH 11. Though Madrid plunged into chaos, turmoil and grief due to horrendous bomb blasts, hockey activity at the Club de Campo in the pre-Olympic competition went on schedule, albeit on a low-key affair. Filtering through all this ...
Real Madrid eliminates Bayern
LONDON, MARCH 11. Real Madrid sets itself up as the favourite for an unprecedented 10th European Champions Cup football title, eliminating nemesis Bayern Munich in the process. Two Spanish (Real Madrid, Deportivo de La Coruna), two French ...
Tame end to Indian challenge
NEW DELHI, MARCH 11. The Indian challenge at the All-England Open badminton championship came to a tame end with all the three Indian men bowing out in the second round at Birmingham. National champion Chetan Anand was shown the door by ...
Indian team for second Olympic qualifier
NEW DELHI, MARCH 11.After a sorry show at the first Olympic qualifier in Manila, the Indian Amateur Boxing Federation (IABF) has trimmed the squad from ten to six for the second qualifying tournament in China. The second Olympic qualifying ...
Barua, Ganguly, Chanda tamed
NEW DELHI, MARCH 11. Kolkata is the first city in the country to produce three Grandmasters. So far, Dibyendu Barua, National champion Surya Shekhar Ganguly and Sandipan Chanda have done enough so far to show that there is more to the metropolis ...
Vijay Kumar takes two-stroke lead
MUMBAI, MARCH 11. Vijay Kumar bounced back into the reckoning on the back nine, notching eight-under 132 for a two-stroke lead on the penultimate day of the Rs. 7.5 lakh Hutchison-Essar Open Golf, at the par-70 Bombay Presidency Golf Club ...
Racing : Horse
Indian Bloodstock Review hits the stands
The Indian Bloodstock Review 2004, compiled and produced by Indian Truf Services in Mumbai has just come on sale. The authors Mr. & Mrs. Anil Mukhi have been modest when they state in their foreword that the Indian Bloodstock Review constitutes a ...
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