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Tuesday, April 22, 2003
Arif to call it a day
HYDERABAD, APRIL 21. In the twilight of his career, S.A. Arif is widely perceived to enjoy the fruits of acute hardship, spanning over three decades of coaching. But, that was not to be. The Dronacharya awardee is now pushed to take the extreme ...
Federation Cup from today
VASHI (NAVI MUMBAI), APRIL 21. Indian basketball, on the wrong track for about a decade, is back on the rails again. The very fact that the 20th Federation Cup basketball championship is being hosted by (Navi) Mumbai from April 22 to 26, once the ...
Delight and despair for Deepan
MUMBAI, APRIL 21. Deepan Chakravarthy is considered one of India's most promising young chess players. On Monday, he showed his prowess while causing the biggest upset of the Commonwealth chess championship at Hotel Tulip Star. He shocked the ...
Where feminists feel vindicated
MUMBAI, APRIL 21. No matter how heavily she scores Mithali Raj can never hope to break into the Indian cricket team (the men's team, that is). But Koneru Humpy, a schoolgirl from Vijayawada, has already captained a senior Indian men's team in as ...
India, South Africa share trophy
DHAKA, APRIL 21. The irony of the situation was hard to miss. First, the lights went out at the Bangabandhu Stadium, soon followed a fresh burst of rain. The TVS Cup final, on the reserve day, had met with a watery end. India shared the trophy ...
Ganga leads Windies fightback
PORT OF SPAIN (TRINIDAD), APRIL 21. West Indies was 273 for four at lunch on the third day of the second Test here on Monday. Daren Ganga scored his second consecutive century and remained unbeaten on 117, while Ramnaresh Sarwan was the lone ...
Tamil Nadu in dire straits
BANGALORE, APRIL 21.The second day's honours belonged to Madhya Pradesh in the BCCI inaugural under-25 inter-zonal tournament final here on Monday. The Tamil Nadu first innings crumbled to 116 for six in at close after Madhya Pradesh, resuming at ...
Indian Oil trounces Bhopal XI
MUMBAI, APRIL 21.Indian Oil, startled by a clever Amjad Khan goal off a free-hit, struck back to reduce an impetuous, but unfit Bhopal XI to tatters, propelled by sheer running power. The resultant 5-1 victory in a Pool `A' quarterfinal league ...
Racing : Motor
Michael Schumacher: noblesse oblige indeed!
GRIEF has many faces. But rarely will you get to see it reflected as it was on the face of a great German champion on the podium at the Imola Formula One race track on Sunday. Heroism has many faces. But seldom will you see it reflected quite ...
Mahesh back on road to claim the No. 1 spot
NEW DELHI, APRIL 21.Mahesh Bhupathi has recovered his ground and is right back on the road to No. 1, with the Masters Series title in Monte Carlo on Sunday, that he won in the towering company of Max Mirnyi of Belarus. The 28-year-old Mahesh ...
Harsh hammers Bachelot
BANGALORE, APRIL 21.Indian Davis Cupper Harsh Mankad, with a display of steely resolve and sensible tennis, hammered his way past the third seeded Jean-Francois Bachelot of France 6-4, 6-4 in 84 minutes to enter the last sixteen of the $25,000 ...
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