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Badminton
Gopi Chand to play in Japan Open
HYDERABAD, MARCH 26. All England badminton champion Pullela Gopi Chand has decided to take part in the Japan Grand Prix Open commencing from April 3 even as he is struggling to find a quality practice partner. Unfortunately, the champion player ...


Chess
Cautious Sulskis settles for a draw
KOLKATA, MARCH 26. Capping a approach, Lithuanian Grand Master Sarunas Sulskis agreed to a draw in just 10 moves against his Iranian opponent Ehsan Ghaem Maghami and maintained a crucial one-point lead in the penultimate round of the XIII ...


Cricket
Sriram's knock a bright spot for South
CHENNAI, March 26. Bat first, run up a 500-plus score, and then apply pressure - often the formula for success in domestic cricket. South Zone got only the first of the `three-part' act right. The big total is proving to be elusive, with the ...
Other Stories

  • The ball is in ACB's court
  • Chris Kelly appointed Umpires and Referees manager
  • It's Rathour's day out


    Football
    Bhratri Sangha surprises Central Railway
    CHENNAI, MARCH 26. C.S.L. Bhratri Sangha, Kolkata needed a lifeline and the 1-0 win over better placed Central Railway, Mumbai provided just that in a Group I-second phase match of the second division National Football League at the Nehru stadium ...
    Other Stories

  • Indian National on course to final phase
  • Tamil Nadu to fight it out with Kerala


    Golf
    SRF matchplay from April 2
    NEW DELHI, MARCH 26. The excitement of knock-out has been added to the Indian Golf Tour. A field of 64 players will contest in a matchplay format, which was still a new system for the Indian golfers. After 27 years, the first professional ...


    Sports : General
  • Sport Digest


    Tennis
    Sunil Kumar ousts Bopanna
    KOLKATA, MARCH 26. Sunil Kumar Sipaeya of Chandigarh caused the biggest upset of the Indian Oil Servo senior National grasscourt tennis championship at the South Club courts here on Tuesday. He ousted top-seed Rohan Bopanna of Karnataka 3-6, ...
    Other Stories

  • Indians struggle to make impact
  • Will India be fourth time lucky?


    Boxing
    Indecisive Dingko out of King's Cup
    NEW DELHI, MARCH 26. Bantamweight pugilist Ng Dingko Singh's indecisiveness has cast apprehensions about him being match-fit for the coming international competitions. Already, the Indian Amateur Boxing Federation (IABF), for the second ...


    Volleyball
    VFI recommends team for Asiad
    CHENNAI, MARCH 26. Based on the reports of chief coach, Chander Singh, and special observer Mr. Kothandaramiah, who were with the victorious Indian team in the Rashid memorial men's international tournament at Dubai recently, the VFI has ...

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