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Thursday, August 29, 2002
Saraswati breaks 23-second barrier
LUDHIANA, AUG. 28. Saraswati Saha broke through the 23-second barrier on Wednesday as the selection process for the Asian Games gained its final shape with the last National Circuit meet of the season being gone through at the partially-lit Guru ...
Laxman, Jaffer bat well
DERBY, AUG. 28. Although there is a fair bit of hype and publicity for a fixture against touring teams mainly to attract new members, it has become a habit for County teams to field their second XIs. The priority is always on moving up in the ...
Ranjit takes lead
GURGAON, AUG. 28. Overnight leader Ranjit Singh broke free and established a two-stroke lead after two rounds in Group A, in the IGU junior golf tour tournament at the DLF Golf and Country Club here on Wednesday. Ranjit carded a back-to-back ...
Sports : General
TENNIS: NEW YORK: Andre Agassi will join Pete Sampras as an investor in The Tennis Channel, a 24-hour US cable network launching this year. Agassi, a seven-time Grand Slam tournament champion, will be a spokesman for the channel, which ...
Vishal sends Nitin Kirtane packing
GULBARGA, AUG. 28. When Punna Vishal came to the court for his second round match against Nitin Kirtane, it was a source of joy for the goodly crowd. But the `Marathon Man' Vishal had the last laugh, as he packed punch in his serve to dismantle ...
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