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Tuesday, October 01, 2002
Japan dents China's pride
BUSAN, SEPT. 30. Japan, led by its multi-event specialist Takahiro Mori, made up for the disappointment experienced elsewhere and enjoyed a profitable day as the swimming competitions of the 14th Asian Games got underway at the Sajik swimmimg ...
India blanks Bangladesh in football
BUSAN, SEPT. 30.India, though failing to open its account in the medal tally, had a somewhat satisfactory day as the 14th Asian Games slowly gained momentum on Monday. The icing in the cake, of course, was the second win eked out by the football ...
India anything but impressive
BUSAN, SEPT. 30. On a day of mixed fare, the technical excellence of the Koreans stood out in their Pool A encounter against Japan in the men's hockey competition at the Asian Games. The Koreans seemed to have left behind the disappointment of ...
Li Zhuo claims gold
BUSAN, SEPT. 30. China won the first weightlifting gold of the 14th Asian Games, in the women's 48 kg category, through its standard-bearer Li Zhuo, even as the Indian gamble of pushing Sanamacha Chanu to compete alongside N. Kunjarani in the ...
Saha enlarges his lead
JALANDHAR, SEPT. 30. An upwardly-mobile Suvrajit Saha brought down favourite Sandipan Chanda to script the biggest upset of the National `B' chess championship and reinforced his position at the top after six rounds at the PAP Complex here. ...
Trophy shared as rain returns
COLOMBO, SEPT. 30.The final stroke of the tournament was a blow of thunder and lightning, Virender Sehwag, in an extraordinary fashion, cutting Chaminda Vaas for a six over point. And then we had thunder and lightning from the skies, the ...
Both captains dissappointed
COLOMBO, SEPT. 30.Both the captains, India's Sourav Ganguly and Sri Lanka's Sanath Jayasuriya, were disappointed at the ICC Champions Trophy final concluding on a watery note. Said Ganguly during the post match press conference, "It was ...
Assam moves into semifinals
KOLKATA, SEPT. 30. Assam became the first team to move into the semifinals of the second girls' under-19 National football championship at the KASA ground in Diphu (Assam) on Monday. The host outplayed Mizoram 4-1. The defending champion, Goa, ...
Torrance's gamble pays off for Europe
THE BELFRY (ENGLAND), SEPT. 30. The rookies of the European Ryder Cup team proved themselves heroes when they clinched a dramatic final day victory over the United States on Sunday. First Philip Price, 115th in the world rankings, crushed ...
Racing : Motor
Another Ferrari 1-2, another farce
INDIANAPOLIS, SEPT. 30. Brazilian Rubens Barrichello may go down in history as Ferrari's accidental hero after celebrating one of Formula One's bizarre wins in the U.S. Grand Prix on Sunday. Barrichello collected his fourth victory of the ...
Italy has it easy
SALTA (ARGENTINA), SEPT. 30. Three-time champion Italy swept past Croatia 25-18, 25-20, 25-20 at the 15th World volleyball championship. Heavyweights Yugoslavia and Brazil also recorded victories in their opening matches. In other action, the ...
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