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Sunday, April 27, 2003
Western Railway women bag title
VASHI (NAVI MUMBAI), APRIL 26 It had all the intensity of a final. Western Railway, Mumbai, the Inter-Railway champion, did face a tough fight, but its better defence and Nimmy Menon, who was sitting on the bench all along and played as a main ...
Fleming slams career-best 274, courtesy butter-fingered Lankans
COLOMBO, APRIL 26. New Zealand skipper Stephen Fleming smashed a career-best 274 not out against Sri Lanka, but was denied the chance of scoring New Zealand's first triple century by declaring the innings 20 minutes before the draw of stumps on ...
Tamil Nadu bowlers stifle Delhi
NEW DELHI, APRIL 26. If Tamil Nadu entertained thoughts of stifling Delhi, it deserved the compliments at the end of an intense day of cricket at the Ferozeshah Kotla here on Saturday. Cricket was intense indeed as Tamil Nadu kept itself in ...
Mumbai on the road to final
BARODA, APRIL 25. Mumbai is on the verge of outplaying Baroda in the Ranji Trophy semifinal. The champion team of the past has played such an excellent cricket in more than thirteen hours that there is a possibility of the five-day match getting ...
CHENNAI, APRIL 26. The All India Football Federation has released the names of 46 players who have been short-listed for the senior and under-23 Indian teams for the coming season. India's major commitments ahead are the LG Cup ...
Ignatious shines in SBT's win
NEW DELHI, APRIL 26. S. Ignatious showed sparkling form and pulled State Bank of Travancore (SBT) out of a deep trouble against Air India, Mumbai, as the Kerala team won 4-2 in a league match of the Second Division National football league finals ...
Indian Airlines posts impressive win
MUMBAI, APRIL 26. Indian Airlines took a head start towards clinching a final place in the 41st Bombay Gold Cup hockey championship, winning 4-2 in the first semifinal on Saturday against Karnataka XI at the Mahindra stadium. The cushion of a ...
Racing : Horse
Nutahara emerges leader
CANBERRA, APRIL 26. The action moved from the pine forests to the foothills of the Brindabella Mountains on Saturday. The change in conditions, however, brought out the best in Advan-PIAA team's Fumio Nutahara and Team MRF's Armin Kremer. The ...
Carraz carves out a double
BANGALORE, APRIL 26.Twenty-eight-year-old Gregory Carraz, ended a frustrating, decade-long wait and earned his first Challenger title when he won the $ 25,000 Indian Oil Servo ATP Challenger championship at the KSLTA Stadium here today. The ...
Young Karan corners attention
NEW DELHI, APRIL 26.He was quick on his feet, and ducked in a flash, falling on his back. The ball, driven by a fierce backhand from close quarters, obviously directed at him inches above the net, sailed a metre beyond the baseline. The ...
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