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Monday, April 07, 2003
Rotich, Omwanza win Paris marathon
PARIS. APRIL 6. Kenyan Mike Rotich held off France's Benoit Zwierzchlewski to set a new Paris Marathon record on Sunday, while Kenya's Beatrice Omwanza won a closely-contested women's race. Rotich crossed the line in 2 hours, 6 minutes and 33 ...
Anand triumphs in style
CHENNAI, APRIL 6.Former world champion Viswanathan Anand won five straight games to win the SIS-MH 2003 Masters Rapid chess tournament in Denmark on Sunday. In a weekend to remember, Anand, 33, player played high quality chess and made ...
Malhotra likely to be India coach; Ganguly may opt out
KOLKATA, APRIL 6.Former Test cricketer and present India `A' coach Ashok Malhotra is likely to accompany the Indian team to Dhaka to participate in the three-nation tournament beginning at the Bangabandhu National Stadium from April 11. ...
Elite-A ends campaign on a high
BANGALORE, APRIL 5.Elite-A finished its Duleep Trophy league engagements on a high with a seven-wicket victory over Elite-B at the Chinnaswamy Stadium here on Sunday. However it was no stroll in the park as initially the Elite-B tail and ...
Parab and Goud propel Elite-C to easy win
HYDERABAD, APRIL 6. Satyajit Parab and Yere Goud guided Elite-C to a convincing nine-wicket win over Plate-A in the Duleep Trophy championship at Gymkhana Grounds here on Sunday. When play resumed, Elite-C, which was 24 without loss, needed ...
Sri Lanka win by 129 runs
SHARJAH, APRIL 6.Kumar Sangakkara hit his second century on the trot as Sri Lanka scored an imposing 256 for five against Kenya in the four-nation one-day series here today. (Sri Lanka defeated Kenya by 129 runs. Kenya was all out for 127 in ...
Mohammedan and Haywards qualify
KOLKATA, APRIL 6. Mohammedan Sporting, Kolkata, and Haywards Sporting Club, Goa, qualified to the final phase' second and final round of the second division National Football League drawing their last Group B league match goalless, at the JRD ...
NFL resumes on April 8
KOLKATA, APRIL 6. After a month-long break the seventh National Football League kicks off again on April 8 to complete the remaining four rounds of the 12-team competition. With Kolkata giant East Bengal on the verge of winning the title after ...
Australian squad for India, Pakistan series
PERTH, APRIL 6. Rookie defender Mark Knowles helped Queensland to a 4-3 win over Western Australia in Sunday's domestic field hockey championship and was rewarded with a surprise inclusion in the Australian squad for upcoming series against India ...
Indians make Kiwis dance to their tune
KOLKATA, APRIL 6. A spell of bright sunshine bathed the South Club, a huge relief after heavy bouts of rain. And Indian tennis matched the vibrant atmosphere, being at its smiling best on Sunday. What looked to be an intriguing tie ...
Paes and Bhupathi to pair up again
KOLKATA, APRIL 6.India blazed to three victories on the favoured lawns of South Club, which hosted yet another triumph to re-emphasise its status as the most auspicious venue in the country with eight out of the 10 ties here favouring the ...
China gets past fighting Australia
VISAKHAPATNAM, APRIL 6. Volleyball was at its best when China, struggling to keep its reputation intact in Asia, battled its way to bring down `Goliath' Australia at 25-23, 26-24, 12-25, 23-25, 15-13 in an interesting Group B match on the opening ...
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