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Wednesday, February 27, 2002
I had nine lives: Anand
LINARES, FEB. 26. ``I had nine lives,'' said Viswanathan Anand at the postmortem analysis as he survived a big king side attack from Garry Kasparov to draw an exciting round three game of the 19th City of Linares chess tournament being played ...
Sasikiran stops Kunte
BIKANER, FEB. 26. For the second time in less than two months, K. Sasikiran solved the puzzle posed by Abhijit Kunte and progressed on way to the Asian Open chess title at the Laxmi Niwas Palace here on Tuesday. Notwithstanding his poor ...
Humpy on course
HYDERABAD, FEB. 26. World junior chess champion Koneru Humpy stayed on course for the third and final norm to get the coveted Grandmaster title in the men's section too after a creditable 66- move win over Resika Nathan and finish with 4 points ...
Sharath stars for South as title race hots up
GURGAON, FEB. 26. Middle-order batsman S. Sharath capitalised on the first chance he was handed in the Deodhar Trophy tournament to top-score for South Zone as it defeated Central by three wickets at the Nehru Stadium here on Tuesday. Sharath ...
Big win for Manipur
KOLKATA, FEB. 26. The two top contenders for the 10th title of the National women's football championship began their quest in contrasting style. The defending champion Manipur, playing like a machine, pummeled Tripura 8-0 in a Group A ...
India's tale of woe continues
KUALA LUMPUR, FEB. 26 A melancholic story has to be scripted again for posterity. Even an improved performance was insufficient to conquer the Koreans. The 1-2 reverse, the only goal emanating from Jugraj Singh almost synchronising with the ...
Sports : General
CRICKET: JOHANNESBURG: Australian Test captain Steve Waugh and leading fast bowler Glenn McGrath saluted the achievements of South Africa's Allan Donald after the paceman announced his retirement from Test cricket on Monday. The pair have crossed ...
Sonal quells Tihana's challenge
NEW DELHI, FEB. 26. Sonal Phadke played to potential in quelling Croatian qualifier Tihana Pochobradsky's challenge at 6-4, 6-4 in the first round of the Syndicate Bank $25,000 ITF women's circuit tennis tournament at the DLTA Complex here on ...
Shruti plots Bengal's downfall
NEW DELHI, FEB. 26. Shruti Gokhale achieved more than what she expected on Tuesday. For the 20-year old, who had to cut down on practice sessions to devote more time to prepare for her exams in March, her two wins proved a reason to ...
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