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Wednesday, February 12, 2003
Billiards & Snooker
Mannan Chandra shows his class
HYDERABAD, FEB. 11. Mannan Chandra of Bharat Petroleum showed his class against Wasim Ahmed in recording a fluent 88-16, 84-1, 87-21, 67-23 win in the snooker pre-quarterfinals of the National billiards and snooker selection tournament at Jubilee ...
Three lead field
JAIPUR, FEB. 11. K. Visweawaran (4) drew with C. S. Gokhais (4) as three players led the field with four points each in the Pink City International Rated chess tournament here on Tuesday. Rahul G., despite his loss to Sriram Jha (3.5), was ...
Five share lead
DHARMAPURI, FEB. 11. B.T. Muralikrishnan, J. Venkatramana, Arun Prasad, Anil Kumar and K.R. Madhusudan shared the lead with four points each at the end of the fourth round in the FIDE-rated open chess tournament, sponsored by Sri Muthu Chamber ...
Agragami has it easy
KOLKATA, FEB. 11. DTDC Tollygunge Agragami defeated Indian Bank 4-2 in a 13th round match of the Oil PSU VII National Football League here at the Salt Lake Stadium on Tuesday. National team striker Ashim Biswas became the hero of the day ...
Qualifier Lam puts it across Natalia
CHENNAI, FEB. 11. Qualifier Po Kuen Lam, a the top-ranked player in Hong Kong, made it a day to remember easing past third seed Natalia Dziamidzenka of Belarus 6-3, 6-4 in the first round of the Madras Gymkhana Club ITF $10,000 women's tennis ...
Anuja shocks Sanchi
MUMBAI, FEB. 11. Anuja Parikh of Maharashtra stunned Statemate and sixth seed Sanchi Ganerwal 6-1, 6-4 in the girls' under-18 pre-quarterfinals match on the opening day of the Rs 1.5 lakh South African Airways all-India super tennis tournament at ...
Karnataka, Kerala women in last four
TRIPRAYAR, FEB. 11. There was a vast improvement in Tamil Nadu's game, but that was not enough to stop Karnataka, which fought well to record its first win in women's Group B 25-20, 27-25, 25-15 in the 25th Federation Cup volleyball tournament at ...
It's a Symonds show
JOHANNESBURG, FEB. 11. The Australian cricket team deploys its forces in a most unique way. A variety of players fit into their plan of action. Each of them has his detailed purpose. Andrew Symonds' phenomenal effort that decimated the Pakistan ...
Big win for Canada
DURBAN, FEB. 11. Canada made a triumphant return to World Cup competition by beating Bangladesh by 60 runs in their Group B encounter here on Tuesday. Chasing a small total of 180, Bangladesh was skittled out for 120 in 28 overs with Austin ...
India's experiments to continue
PAARL, FEB. 11. The high priests of Indian cricket predict an epic victory for the team at this World Cup. Various factors come into consideration when such a sweeping statement is made even before the team has played a match. True, you can ...
"I don't take drugs in any form"
Shane Warne, the most successful leg spinner in history, failed a test on January 22 in Australia, carried out by the Australian Sports Drug Agency. Warne heard the news on Monday before informing the ACB.
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