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Thursday, June 06, 2002
CHENNAI, JUNE 5. Former World chess champion, Garry Kasparov of Russia scored a comfortable 1.5-0.5 win over 15-year old Teimour Radjabov of Azerbaijan to claim the second FIDE Grand Prix chess tournament which concluded in Moscow on ...
Ganguly vows to persuade Srinath
MUMBAI, JUNE 5.Sourav Ganguly vowed that he would urge Javagal Srinath to withdraw his decision to retire from Test cricket. Looking very fit and confident, Ganguly, who was unanimously retained as captain for the forthcoming England tour, said ...
Nehra, Ratra cleared
MUMBAI, JUNE 5. Ashish Nehra and Ajay Ratra have been cleared by the BCCI's medical advisor and sports medicine expert, Dr. Anant Joshi. Both will be available for selection for the tour of England, with the team to be selected on Saturday (June ...
Will he or won't he the big Zidane question
BUSAN (SOUTH KOREA), JUNE 5.France will have to draw on all the resources that made it World and European champion if it is to bounce back from the humiliating defeat by Senegal in its must-win encounter with Uruguay here on Thursday. ...
Americans pull off a coup
SUWON (SOUTH KOREA), JUNE 5. The United States recorded one of the most memorable upsets in World Cup history, claiming the scalp of strongly favoured Portugal with a 3-2 win in a thrilling Group D match on Wednesday. The Americans, underdogs ...
Keane's injury-time goal hurts the Germans
IBARAKI (JAPAN), JUNE 5. Robbie Keane scored a last-minute goal to give Ireland a 1-1 draw with Germany on Wednesday in a Group E game. Keane's right-footed blast came just seconds before the final whistle. Germany had looked set to become ...
A dream come true for Chiranjeev
NEW DELHI, JUNE 5. Chiranjeev Milkha Singh became the first Indian professional to qualify for the prestigious US Open golf championship. Chiranjeev tied for fourth place, with five others, at the Sectional Qualifier at Purchase, New York, and ...
India dominates, Malaysia wins
MELBOURNE, JUNE 5.On a cold, windy Victorian night at the State Hockey Centre, day one of the second leg of the quadrangular tournament here had a lot to cheer for the moderate crowd. While the Aussies maintained their winning sequence and picked ...
Indira Mogane enters record books
PONDICHERRY, JUNE 5. A record-breaking unbeaten 219 by R. Indira Mogane (126b, 34x4, 6x6) enabled PCS CC score a 277-run win over AFT CC in a first division league match at the Pondicherry Unversity ground, here, recently. PCS ran up an ...
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