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Monday, July 08, 2002
Bahniman and Krishna Deka triumph
CHENNAI, JULY 7 Two top seeds from Assam both national champions, Bahniman Bora in the junior boys section and Krishna Deka Raja in the junior girls section kept their reputation intact in low key title-clashes on the final day of the Krishna ...
Unification match: India submits proposal
KOZHIKODE, JULY 7.India has submitted a proposal to conduct FIDE's unification match, provided Viswanathan Anand is included in the unification plan. Mr. P.T. Ummer Koya, FIDE vice-president and All India Chess Federation (AICF) secretary, made ...
Sri Lanka humbles England
MANCHESTER, JULY 7. Their hum was as good as a roar. Unhappy and muted following their fourth straight loss at Edgbaston in Saturday, the Sri Lankans made a game of cricket spring to life from a smidgen of hope and humbled England by 23 runs for ...
A just reward for Ganguly's men
A place in the final is a just reward for Sourav Ganguly's men, who have played as a team. However, it is important that the Indians do not lose momentum. They will have to play the remaining league matches will all seriousness. Winning is a ...
Racing : Motor
Michael Schumacher proves again he is the best
SILVERSTONE, (England), July 7. Michael Schumacher proved again he's the best in the damp as he won Sunday's British Grand Prix for his seventh victory of the season and the 60th of his record-breaking career. Starting from the No. 3 spot on ...
Richa betters record
NEW DELHI, JULY 7. Richa Mishra bettered an 18-year-old National record when she clocked one minute 05.85 seconds in the 100m butterfly event for women, during the selection trials for the Asian age group swimming championship here. The old ...
Sub-junior National from July 10
BANGALORE, JULY 7. The Maqintosh 19th sub junior National aquatic championship will be held at the Basavanagudi Aquatic Centre and the P.M. Swimming Centre here from July 10 to 13. The championship will feature 24 States including the Services ...
Hewitt proves too hot for Nalbandian
LONDON, JULY 7 David versus Goliath is the very stuff of sporting folklore. And this was indeed David versus Goliath _ as close to it as anything you might have seen in the world of sport in recent times. It's just that the script went wrong. ...
Anna's misery continues
WIMBLEDON, JULY 7. Anna Kournikova was a double loser on Saturday. Nearly two weeks after being eliminated in the opening round of singles, Kournikova and Chanda Rubin lost their semifinal doubles match to Serena and Venus Williams on Centre ...
Vinodh takes men's title
SIVAKASI, JULY 7.Fifth seed G. Vinodh won the men's title, defeating the sixth seed V. Abhinay 4-11, 11-7, 11-5, 11-5, 11-4 in the final of the Lovely Cards third Tamil Nadu State ranking table tennis tournament conducted by Virudhunagar District ...
Services, Tamil Nadu make merry
KOLKATA, JULY 7. Services continued its dominance in the men's seniors' section while Tamil Nadu proved its superiority in the sub-junior section as the two recorded a rich haul of golds in the finals of the seventh open sprint and fifth ...
Indian juniors are off target
LAHTI (FINLAND), JULY 7. They are good on paper. Maybe, we should say that they are good on paper targets, to take a little punch off the blow on them. The Indian junior pistol shooters, who had given so much of hope for the coaches and ...
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