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Thursday, November 14, 2002
Kerala retains overall title by narrow margin
CHANDIGARH, NOV 13.Jaspreet Singh lived through a dispute, which had almost threatened to snowball into a controversy, before he sprinted to a new meet record running in the unprecedented ninth lane, on the final day of the 10th National ...
Indian team for World Youth championship
NEW DELHI, NOV. 13 Grandmaster P. Hari Krishna and the reigning women's National `B' champion Dronavalli Harika will spearhead the Indian challenge in the boys and girls sections of the World Youth chess championship to be held at Heroklio, in ...
A prank that spoilt the entertainment
AHMEDABAD, NOV. 13. A 12 year old's prank blotted Rajkot's copybook on Tuesday. Until the third one-day international between India and the West Indies, Rajkot enjoyed the reputation of a peace loving and another among the ubiquitous cricket ...
The dumbing down of a great culture
Sport, says the new, revised Oxford English Dictionary, is a pleasant pastime. A matter affording entertainment. Or, if you please, to play a sport is to frolic or gambol, an occupation of the nature of a pleasant diversion. Generally, ...
Sports : General
Salwan Commission report: Unanswered questions
NEW DELHI, NOV. 13.The Sushil Salwan Commission that probed the Sunita Rani doping case has pointed out several discrepancies in the Seoul laboratory's testing and procedures. It has, at the same time, left many crucial questions unanswered on ...
World junior tourney from Dec. 3
CHENNAI, NOV. 13. With just a few weeks remaining for December 3 start of the premier event, the World junior men's squash championship, at the SDAT complex here, preparatory work has begun even as enquiries from the various participating teams ...
Sriranga stuns Ghouse
DAVANGERE, NOV.13. It was a big day for qualifier, Sriranga Sudhakar as he pulled of the biggest upset of the day, knocking out the top seed, Mustafa House 6-4, 3-6, 6-3 and entered the quarterfinals of the $10,000 ITF Futures championship at the ...
Favourites hold sway
BANGALORE, NOV. 13.The final bullets are yet to be fired. However at the half way stage, the favourites held sway in the preliminary rounds of the National shooting championship that commenced at the J.N. Radhakrishna Memorial Shooting Complex ...
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