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Monday, October 25, 2004
Nagpur a special place for Tendulkar
NAGPUR, OCT. 24. Cricket followers in the Orange City still talk of how a chubby, curly-haired 14-year-old created a sensation in the Vijay Merchant Trophy National under-15 competition in 1986-87 by scoring centuries in the quarterfinals, ...
Middle-order will click: Wright
NAGPUR, OCT. 24. Sachin Tendulkar stares out from one of those giant hoardings towering over a swarm of shops in a typical Nagpur bazaar that is a blaze of colour. On the result of the third Test rests the fate of the series, with Tendulkar, and ...
THE PETER ROEBUCK COLUMN
Game must celebrate walkers
What a furore has been created by Adam Gilchrist's decision to leave the crease without waiting upon the verdict of the doddery old gentleman standing 23 yards away and wearing a white shirt and black pants! Really it has been the most ...
Atwal the hero in Punjab's big win
NEW DELHI, OCT. 24.Joy lay in watching Gurjit Singh Atwal, a striker of immense scoring prowess, than lamenting the decline of Goa, as seen in its 1-5 pasting at the hands of an under-rated Punjab. But there was agony for the die-hard Bengal ...
Asian Satellite from today
HYDERABAD, OCT. 24. The eight-nation Asian Satellite badminton championship commencing at the Swarnandhra Pradesh indoor stadium (Gachibowli) tomorrow may be a continental affair. But by all means, it will not be an exaggeration to state that it ...
Hari Krishna scores as India overcomes Spain
MALLORCA, OCT. 24. Alexie Shirov is Viswanathan Anand's bunny. And the former Soviet knows it only too well. So it did not come as a surprise on Saturday, when Shirov looked pleased as a winner after the drawn top-board clash of the India-Spain ...
`Anand effect' at work
MALLORCA, OCT. 24."Where is Anand playing?" asked a Mexican lady photographer, clutching her camera and rushing towards the stage where some of the leading exponents of the mind game were ready to match their skills in the Chess Olympiad. When ...
Four IMs score wins
VIJAYAWADA, OCT. 23. All the four International Masters Neelotpal Das, Sriram Jha, R.R. Laxman and D.K. Sharma won their opening round matches in the National Rapid chess tournament at the Chenupati Ramakotaiah Municipal ...
Aditya, Harish in lead
VIJAYAWADA, OCT. 24.Aditya Vikas and Harish Sharma led with three points each from as many rounds of the FIDE-rated chess tournament at the Chenupati Ramakotaiah Kreeda Pranganam here on Sunday. Lying half-a-point behind was Koneru ...
Racing : Motor
HUIZHOU, OCT. 24.Taguchi Katsuhiko tasted victory in his debut season for MRF Tyres in the Asian Pacific Rally Championship at Huizhou circuit here on Sunday. With Australian co-driver Mark Stacey, the leaders finished in 2:08:59.9 after six ...
Sports : General
Ameya emerges winner
NUVEM (GOA), OCT. 24. Late on Saturday night Ameya Walvalkar was involved in a bad car crash extensively damaging his car, but escaping unscathed. On Sunday he was back in action in the senior class of the Goa round of the JK Tyre National ...
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