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AAFI rejects four National records
NEW DELHI, APRIL 4. The Amateur Athletic Federation of India (AAFI) has rejected the four National records set in Bangalore in July, 2000 and sought clarifications from the International Association of Athletic Federations (IAAF) about the high ...
Anand, Ivanchuk bow out
CHENNAI, APRIL 4. Zurab Azmaiparashvili of Georgia came from behind to upset third seed and former world chess champion Viswanathan Anand in the tie-break session of round two of the UAE Grand Prix rapid chess tournament in Dubai on ...
Series win for Australia
DURBAN, APRIL 4.Adam Gilchrist scored a superb century to help Australia clinch the one-day series against South Africa in Durban on Thursday. Gilchrist scored 105 off 104 balls with 12 fours and a six as Australia totalled 271 for two in reply ...
Tour opener may not be challenging enough
GEORGETOWN, APRIL 4.The Indians had a `surprise' at the `nets' even as they whipped themselves into a state of near-frenzy ahead of the series against the West Indies. An under-19 fast bowler from the Guyanese stable of promising youngsters ...
He had the rare honour of representing two countries in the World Cup, first Hungary, where he was born and then Spain, where he had a long outstanding stint with Real Madrid. Ferenc Puskas was an amazing talent for one predominantly left-footed ...
AP humbles Kerala
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM, APRIL 4. Andhra Pradesh (AP) dented Kerala's pride with a 1-0 win in the opening match of the 11th South Zone youth (under-21) football championship at the Central Stadium here on Thursday. Andhra Pradesh converted the only ...
Arjun Singh wins a cliffhanger
NEW DELHI, APRIL 4.Arjun Singh put himself in line for his maiden matchplay pro title by winning a see-saw battle against Vijay Kumar in the quarterfinals of the SRF all-India golf championship at the Delhi Golf Club course here on ...
Punjab Police regains Beighton Cup
KOLKATA, APRIL 4. Punjab Police took its third title in style, beating Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) 3-1, in the final of the 107th all-India Beighton Cup hockey at the Mohun Bagan ground on Thursday. Punjab Police, having become ...
Sports : General
Ramesh Krishnan confident
WELLINGTON (NEW ZEALAND), APRIL 4. The non-playing captain of the visiting Indian Davis Cup team, Ramesh Krishnan, sounded confident about his side's chances in the Asia Oceania Group I second round tie against New Zealand, beginning here on ...
Samrita stuns Radhika
MUMBAI, APRIL 4. Radhika Tulpule became the biggest casualty as the women's singles reached the semifinal phase in the $ 5000 International Tennis Federation women's circuit. The second seed from Pune, known to put pressure on opponents with an ...
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