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Chess
Satyapragyan in sole lead
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 12.International Master S. Satyapragyan whipped Himanshu Kumar and Gurpreet Pal Singh with ease to emerge as the leader with three points after as many rounds of the Rajiv Gandhi international rating chess tournament at the ...
FIDE ratifies Humpy's men's GM norm
HYDERABAD SEPT. 12. The men's GM title for Koneru Humpy has been ratified by FIDE at its presidential board meeting held in Moscow on Sep 8. This was disclosed by Mr. P.T. Ummer Koya, Secretary, AICF, who met the press here on Thursday. He ...
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  • Raja Surya surprises Kruthika


    Cricket
    Jayasuriya leads Lanka to facile win
    COLOMBO, SEPT. 12. Under the big, bold lights, the crests on the helmets of these two gladiators gleamed even brighter. And a passionate home crowd roared in approval. Yes, Sanath Jayasuriya and Aravinda de Silva, two of Lankan cricket's ...
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  • Indian team leaves for Colombo
  • Chemplast and Sical make final


    Football
    SER assured of quarterfinal berth
    VISAKHAPATNAM, SEPT. 12.Host South Eastern Railway made certain of its place in the quarterfinals of the 59th all-India inter-Railway football championship, beating Eastern Railway 1-0 for an all-win record in the three-team group `D' at the ...


    Golf
    Three share lead
    CHENNAI, SEPT. 12. It will take a very brave man or a rather foolish person to predict the winner of the Rs. 6 lakh Hyundai Open golf tournament at the Gymkhana Club course here after two rounds. With two rounds to go, the competition at the ...


    Swimming
  • Ambica, Kailash make a big splash


    Tennis
    Geeta Manohar's great run continues
    MYSORE, SEPT. 12. Geeta Manohar's saga of success continued in the McDowell's ITF women's circuit tennis championship, as the talented Hyderabad girl made her maiden semifinals with a well crafted 6-4, 6-2 victory over Wilawan Choptang of ...


    Archery
    Jharkhand, U.P. are the teams to beat
    HYDERABAD SEPT. 12. Star-studded Jharkhand and Uttar Pradesh are likely to be the teams to watch out for in both men's and women's sections of the 23rd Senior National archery championship which was inaugurated by Mr. P. Ramulu, Minister for ...


    Shooting
    Indians will miss their mentor at Busan
    NEW DELHI, SEPT. 12. The only foreign coach of the Indian team, instrumental in tuning the team to optimum performance in international competitions for nearly a decade, Tibor Gonczol, will not be available to support the team during its Asian ...

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