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Saturday, April 13, 2002
Billiards & Snooker
Ding wins in style
KOLKATA, APRIL 12. The Chinese whirlwind Junhui Ding put the final signature of his authority lifting the title in the fourth Asian under-21 snooker championship here at the Calcutta Swimming Club on Friday. As Ding outclassed Thailand's Pramual ...
Negi is country's youngest rated player
NEW DELHI, APRIL 12.Fresh from winning the Asian (under-10) chess title in Teheran earlier this month, Parimarjan Negi, at nine years and two months, has now gained the distinction of being the youngest Indian to enter the International rating ...
King Carl and Chanderpaul dictate terms
GEORGETOWN, APRIL 12.Carl Hooper led by example and Shivnarine Chanderpaul played the perfect pupil as the West Indies batted itself into a strong position at lunch on the second day of the first Test on Friday. At 361 for our, the West Indies ...
Great Goals: Pele, Alberto (1970)
Mexico '70 saw the samba style of soccer at its grandest. Brazil, champion in '58 and '62, was a team of great attacking flair with the likes of Pele, now at his peak, and exciting craftsmen in Tostao, Jairzinho and captain Carlos Alberto (see ...
Davis Love III leads on a day of low scores
AUGUSTA, APRIL 12.Augusta National wasn't the clear-cut winner everyone expected at the Masters, but it was enough of a brute to make Arnold Palmer call it quits after 48 years. It was plenty tough for Tiger Woods, too. On what might be the ...
Sports : General
FOOTBALL: BRUSSELS: Feyenoord Rotterdam hung on Thursday to a 2-2 draw against Internazionale in their UEFA Cup semifinal second leg, eliminating the Italian powerhouse on a 3-2 aggregate and advancing to its first European cup ...
Moya enters quarterfinals
OEIRAS, APRIL 12. No. 3 seed Carlos Moya of Spain overcame Italy's Federico Luzzi 6-2, 7-6 on Thursday in the second round and enter the quarterfinals of the $ 465,000 clay-court Estoril Open, where players battled against strong winds. ...
Anjali bags World Cup silver
NEW DELHI, APRIL 12.Anjali Vedpathak gave a rousing start to the Indian challenge by clinching the air rifle silver medal in the shooting World Cup in Sydney on Friday. The 32-year-old Anjali showed her prowess with a total of 500.1, as she ...
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