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Tuesday, November 12, 2002
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BLED, NOV. 11. Curtains were brought down in the 35th Chess Olympiad after a formal closing ceremony in which the Chinese women and Russian men were presented gold medals. Over one thousand players and many spectators attended the function, held ...
Ganguly determined to arrest the slide
RAJKOT, NOV. 11.Not long ago the Indian team basked in the English summer dominating a one-day tri-series and winning the precious title at Lord's in a manner that put them in a cock-a-hoop frame of mind. Trends and things have dramatically ...
Sports : General
No action against Sunita for now
NEW DELHI, NOV. 11. The Salwan Commission which enquired into the Sunita Rani dopig case has raised several questions regarding the credibility of the tests done at the Seoul laboratory. While recommending to the Amateur Athletic Federation of ...
Mahajan, Kaura hog limelight
MUMBAI, NOV 11:Raghav Mahajan (Delhi) and Mumbai boy Arnay Kaura grabbed centre stage by surviving gruelling first round matches on day one of the Rs 2.25 lakh prize money Complan Junior Squash Open 2002, organised by Saran Presents and conducted ...
Vishal-Vijay pair makes winning start
DAVANGERE, NOV.11The doubles champions of the Delhi leg and the top seeded pair, Vishal Uppal and Vijay Kannan made a winning to start to their campaign in the third $ 10,000 ITF Futures championship with a clinical demolition of Indo-British ...
Sania Mirza clinches title
MANILA, NOV. 11.Sania Mirza gave a rousing finish to her campaign by clinching the title in the $ 10,000 ITF women's tennis tournament in Manila on Monday. The 833rd ranked Sania defeaed the fifth-seeded I-Ting Wang of Chinese Taipei, ranked ...
National championship inaugurated
BANGALORE, NOV. 11 The 46th National shooting championship commenced at the J.N. Radhakrishna Memorial Shooting Complex in the SAI Campus here on Monday. Mr. L.S. Ranawat, Regional Director, SAI, Bangalore, inaugurated the tournament. However ...
C.V. Rao's team claims title
NEW DELHI, NOV. 11.C.V. Rao's team from Vizag, represented by Badal Das, Srinath Sarkar, Pranab Pradhan, Swarnender Benerjee, Sumit Mukherjee won the PHD-GPI bridge tournament. In the final, the Vizag team defeated Formidables Delhi by 22 imp ...
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