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Saturday, December 07, 2002
Sivasundara Pandian claims a treble
MADURAI, DEC. 6. P. Sivasundara Pandian of M.A.V.M.M. Higher Secondary School, Madurai (Madurai Educational District) won three gold medals (200m, 110m hurdles and triple jump) and a silver (long jump) in the boys' super senior section, in the ...
Indians off to a bad start
BANGALORE, DEC. 6. Indian's generally fared badly in the opening day of the World Cup 2002 badminton for the disabled which began at the KBA Courts here today. Barring Anand Kumar and Amarendra, who posted two victories in the standing lower ...
Sriram Jha and Dinesh Kumar in joint lead
THANE, DEC. 6 Second seeded IM Sriram Jha (7.5) and his colleague from LIC, IM Dinesh Kumar Sharma (7.5) emerged joint leaders at the end of ninth round of Rochess International Rating chess tournament being played at Sahyog Mandir here on ...
Lankans get a lifeline
CHENNAI, DEC. 6. Sri Lanka received a lifeline. Not from the umpires in the middle, or from the opposition but from an unlikely source the rain gods. With two defeats from two encounters, a diffident Lankan unit was up against a charged ...
Central Districts pacemen hold fort
NAPIER, DEC. 6. The backdrop at the McLean Park was picture perfect. A row of lovely colourful houses, followed by pine trees lining a busy road running along the beach, and at the other corner, the mountains. With the sun forcing its way ...
Jeev surges ahead
NEW DELHI, DEC. 6.Ace golfer Jeev Milkha Singh moved into position to become the first ever Indian professional to qualify for the top-grade US PGA Tour when he shot his second successive three-under 69. According to information received here ...
BDO and Rabobank to be FIH's first global sponsors
PERTH, DEC. 6. The world wide organisations BDO International and Rabobank are to be the first global partners of the International Hockey Federation (FIH). The partnership, signed at the Meadow Lea Women's World Cup in Perth on Wednesday, will ...
Racing : Motor
Stewart Warren's experience to the fore
BANGALORE, DEC. 6.Stewart Warren's wealth of rallying experience came to the fore at the end of the first day in the MRF India Rally 2002. Starting off from pole, Stewart Warren let India's Naren Kumar do all the pacemaking, but by the end of the ...
Four Pakistanis in quarterfinals
CHENNAI, DEC. 6.Intent on re-establishing its credentials as a major force, Pakistan did well to have four players in the quarterfinals of the World junior men's squash championship being held at the TNSRA-SDAT complex here. On a day when ...
Asian junior meet from Dec. 9
NEW DELHI, DEC. 6. The GAIL 25th Asian junior tennis championship will be held at the DLTA Complex here from December 9 to 14. The winners in the boys and girls sections will get 120 ITF points, while the runner-up will get 80 points. The ...
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