Sport Events in March 1998
India's Vikas Pandey and Tumpa Debnath emerge men's and women's all-around champions in the SAARC gymnastics championship at Allahabad.
India wins 2-0 at Karachi to square the hockey series, but Pakistan took the Habib Bank Trophy on goal-difference.
Viswanathan Anand wins the super category tournament at Linares.
India `A' beats Pakistan `A' by 58 runs in the fourth `Test' to clinch the rain-hit series 1-0 at Karachi.
China's Sun Jun and Ye Zhaoying bag the all-England Open badminton men's and women's titles at Birmingham.
Pakistan `A' clinches the three-match one-day series 2-0 against India `A', winning the second match at Lahore by six wickets. Abhijit Kunte wins the Indian Independence Golden Jubilee Grandmaster chess tournament at Kozhikode. Feroz Ali wins Indian Open golf championship at Calcutta.
Pakistan `A' makes it a clean sweep over India `A', winning the third one-day match at Karachi by 170 runs. World No. 1 Mike Russell wins the World Matchplay billiards championship at Liverpool, beating Peter Gilchrist 8-5.
Aparna Popat wins French Open badminton title at Halle Carpentier, Paris, beating Katja Michalowsky of Germany 11-8, 11- 4. Mohun Bagan emerges National Football League champion at Calcutta.
Former New Zealand cricket captain Lee Germon announces his retirement from first class cricket in Rangiora (NZ). Mumbai retains Wills Trophy at Lucknow.
Pakistan wins the eight-match Pepsi Friendship hockey series against India 4-3 after winning the Chennai Test 2-0.
Australia wins final Test at Bangalore, but India bags the Gavaskar-Border Trophy in the three-Test series 2-1.