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Wednesday, December 04, 2002
Bangalore to host World Cup for the disabled
BANGALORE, DEC. 3. The World Cup badminton championship for the disabled will be held at the Karnataka Badminton Association Stadium here from December 6 to 8. The event is being conducted by the Commonwealth Disabled Sports Association of ...
Roktim outsmarts Neelakantan
THANE, DEC. 3. Top-seeded International Master Roktim Bandopadhyay of West Bengal withstood a barrage from former National `A' and Central Bank player, N. Neelakantan, to win his third round encounter in the Rochess International Rating chess ...
A tour opener with a difference
CHRISTCHURCH, DEC. 3. The Indians made a bumpy landing in New Zealand, and some might say, they were `caught on the wrong foot.' Yet, with plenty of cricket ahead, there is every chance for Sourav Ganguly's men to put `the aberration' behind ...
Triumph of spirit will be the winner
CHENNAI, DEC. 3.Neither is the tourney for charity nor for any worthy cause. It is as competitive and as serious as any other international cricket match. When the second edition of the Petro World Cup for the blind was inaugurated by ...
Bagan, Mahindra split points
MUMBAI, DEC. 3.Listening to Mohun Bagan's accomplished coach Subrata Bhattacharya and Mahindra United's overseas coach Karel Stromsik, an impression went around the shed at the Cooperage that both were perfectly happy with the 1-1 draw their ...
Penalty corner rule likely to be modified
PERTH, DEC. 3. The rule pertaining to penalty corner may be modified if the Executive Board (EB) accepts the recommendation for such a course. The Rules Board, which met here a few days ago, has submitted two alterations with a view to ...
Nominees for FIH women's awards
PERTH, DEC. 3. A select panel of coaches, managers and journalists today nominated women and young players for the `Player of the Year' Awards at the World Cup in progress here. The panel consisted of members who were present at the major ...
Chennai to host 2005 Champions Trophy
PERTH, DEC. 3.The International Hockey Federation which finalised the programme for the next four years preferred to allot India the men's Champions Trophy in Chennai in 2005 than the Junior World Cup that has been slotted for Santiago in Chile ...
Racing : Motor
MRF India Rally from tomorrow
BANGALORE, DEC. 3. World Rally Championship status is the long-term objective of MRF India Rally, which begins here on Thursday (Dec. 4.). The 819-km car contest is listed in the draft schedule of the 2003 FAI Asia-Pacific Rally Championship. ...
Gallant fightback by Supreet
CHENNAI, DEC. 3. On a day when the Indians had much to cheer about, Supreet Singh had the longest stay on court while scripting a gallant fightback to get past his Kuwaiti opponent Ali Alramezi for a second round berth in the World junior men's ...
Isha sets up intriguing duel with Sania Mirza
PUNE, DEC. 3.Isha Lakhani knows she can expect no mercy from Sania Mirza in Wednesday's singles second round clash, though both have toured together on the International Tennis Federation's junior circuit and even partnered in doubles at the U.S. ...
Bopanna upsets top seed Lee
NEW DELHI, DEC. 3.Wild card entrant Rohan Bopanna scored the biggest win of his career, as he beat the 86th ranked top-seed Hyung-Taik Lee of Korea 7-6 (7-5), 6-2 in the first round of the $25,000 Challenger, the 70th King's Cup and Queen's Cup ...
Rathore eyeing hat-trick of crowns
NEW DELHI, DEC. 3. Winning the National title is indeed a significant achievement, no matter whether you do it for the first time or the umpteenth time. Yet, clinching the crown in the double trap event of the ongoing National shotgun shooting ...
Formidables wins BAM event
LUDHIANA, DEC. 3. Formidables, Delhi, represented by Kiran Nadar, Subhash Gupta, Rajesh Dalal, K.R. Venkatraman, Sunit Choksi and B. Satyanarayan won the BAM (Board-A-Match) event with a tally of 214 points in the National bridge championship ...
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