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Monday, October 21, 2002
King Anand, queen Yuhua keep their crowns
HYDERABAD, OCT. 21. The `King' rose to the occasion on the day of reckoning. Defending champion Viswanathan Anand demonstrated to the world once again that he has everything in his armoury when it matters. He is a supreme artist in his own right ...
India wraps up series without much sweat
CHENNAI, OCT. 20.The flag, the country, and the cricketers. Even as Rahul Dravid and Sachin Tendulkar were completing the final act of the second Exide Test, under a steady drizzle and the omnipresent floodlights, three little boys raced across ...
Ganguly's pat for Harbhajan, Patel
CHENNAI, OCT. 20.India captain Sourav Ganguly termed off-spinner Harbhajan Singh `a match-winner' following India's eight-wicket victory over the West Indies in the second Test at the M.A. Chidambaram Stadium. He acknowledged the performance of ...
Racing : Motor
Bright chance for Warren-Judd
SHAOGUAN (CHINA), OCT. 20. There is no denying that man changes all the time. But there are certain moments when the change becomes noticeable. Like how on Sunday there was a marked difference in Stuart Warren's style of driving from what one ...
Kamlesh emerges winner
CHENNAI, OCT. 20.Kamlesh Patel emerged winner in the lap 10 and 15 races in the Esteem category of the JK Tyre (third leg) National racing championship held at the Irrungattukottai Track, near here, on Sunday. The Lap 15 race of the Formula ...
Sports : General
Sunita's gold out of medals tally on official website
NEW DELHI, OCT. 20.For those who insist that they are yet to receive anything officially from the Asian Games organisers or the Olympic Council of Asia (OCA) and thus parrot the worn-out line that India still has 11 gold medals from the Busan ...
Salwan to probe Sunita's case
NEW DELHI, OCT. 20. The president of the Amateur Athletic Federation of India (AAFI), Mr. Suresh Kalmadi, has appointed Mr. Sushil Salwan as a one-man committee to probe the doping case of Sunita Rani, the winner of the 1500-metre gold and ...
IOA plan for Athens Olympics
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM, OCT. 20.The Indian Olympic Association would soon be chalking up a detailed plan focussing on the preparations of the Indian contingent for the 2004 Olympics in Athens, according to the IOA president, Mr. Suresh ...
National championship from today
NEW DELHI, OCT. 20. The cream may be missing but it is going to be an interesting race for the men's and women's titles as the DSCL National tennis championship begins at the DLTA Complex here on Monday. The left-handed Sunil Kumar, with his ...
Aditya, Ilavazhagi pocket honours
NEW DELHI, OCT. 20. S. Aditya of Hyderabad and I. Ilavazhagi of Tamil Nadu won the boys and girls titles respectively in the 31st National junior carrom championship, which concluded at the St. Stephen's School, Sector-45, Chandigarh, on ...
Subhajit shakes off Raman's challenge
INDORE, OCT. 20. Fleet-footed Subhajit Saha recovered in time from a shaky start and won the men's title by defeating the seasoned S. Raman 4-1, in the Central India National ranking table tennis championship at Abhay Prashal indoor stadium here ...
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