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Saturday, November 16, 2002
Harika, Harikrishna start favourites
ERAKLIO (GREECE), NOV. 15.The first round of the World Youth chess festival, incorporating the World championships for under-10, 12, 14, 16 and 18 boys and girls will begin here at 4.30 p.m. (8 p.m. IST) here on Friday. The eleventh and last ...
Pakistan exudes confidence
BULAWAYO, NOV 15. The Pakistan cricket team arrived in the `City of Kings' on Thursday to begin preparations for the second and final Test of the series against Zimbabwe which begins on Saturday. Having won the first Test in Harare by 119 runs ...
Hooper to miss Bangladesh series
NEW DELHI, NOV. 15. West Indies captain Carl Hooper will not tour Bangladesh after the conclusion of the current one-day series in India due to a knee injury though he is expected to play in the remaining one-dayers against India. Hooper ...
Sports : General
'Our own committee' to probe `us'?
These are days of committee formations. Our nation has always specialised in this exercise. At the slightest hint of trouble, form a committee and shut out a controversy by naming a probe panel. Who cares what the end product is? The field of ...
Naresh Kumar, Ravi Dixit claim titles
MUMBAI, NOV. 15 Dhampur squash coach Shyamlal Verma has a reason to celebrate. His proteges Naresh Kumar and Ravi Dixit did him proud by making their mark in the Complan Junior Squash Open 2002, the richest squash tournament for juniors in India. ...
Nitin quells Manoj's challenge
DAVANGERE, NOV.15. Harsh Mankad, making his second final of the circuit, set up a title clash with Nitin Kirtane in the $10,000 ITF Futures tennis championship here on Friday. Harsh, a finalist in the first leg at Chandigarh, stormed to the ...
Sweet sixteen for Sania
HYDERABAD, NOV. 15.India's Sania Mirza defeated Diana Nulianto of Indonesia 6-1, 6-1 to enter the semifinals of the Union Cement ITF-Phi women's circuit at Manila in Philippines, according to information received here today. Sania meets Khoo ...
Sandeep Jijabapu Tarate puts up fine display
BANGALORE, NOV. 15.He looks like the boy next door. And when he fires, Indian shooting tends to look up. Sandeep Jijabapu Tarate, the 17-year old from Kolhapur, is a gawky lad who drops his diffidence near the gun. "I have always loved ...
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