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Friday, March 07, 2003
Ganguly's men keen on trampling Kenya
CAPE TOWN, MARCH 6.The Cape of Good Hope is just 70 kilometres away from the Newlands, where India begins its second phase of resurgence. The ICC Cricket World Cup is within its grasp, if only it can draw inspiration from that great explorer, ...
The right slot for Kaif
The Kenyans defeated the Indians in South Africa not too long ago, and it is important that Ganguly's men do not relax even a little mentally. It actually works in India's favour that it is taking on Kenya in its first game. A win could ensure ...
Symonds injured but Aussies unfazed
CENTURION, MARCH 6. Australia's problems continue. First, leg-spinner Shane Warne left its ranks after testing positive for a banned substance, fast bowler Jason Gillespie then damaged his Achilles heel and now Andrew Symonds has damaged his ...
Moving up the order helped: Kaif
CAPE TOWN, MARCH 6. Middle-order batsman Mohd. Kaif expressed confidence of India doing well in the Super Six league saying ``with Sachin (Tendulkar) in such a terrific form, I am sure getting runs will not be a problem for us.'' The ...
Openers are having a ball
JOHANNESBURG, MARCH 6. The opening batsmen have been quite busy in the World Cup. They took time to gauge the wicket and settle down before demonstrating their true worth to their side. Marvan Atapattu's 124 off 129 balls against South Africa ...
Leko holds Kasparov
CHENNAI, MARCH 6.Peter Leko of Hungary held World No.1 Garry Kasparov in 33 moves in their tenth round game of the 20th City of Linares chess tournament in progress at Hotel Anibal in Linares, Spain on Wednesday. World Cup champion Viswanathan ...
Joshi bowls Karnataka to innings win
BANGALORE, MARCH 6. Sunil Joshi teased and tormented Kerala again as Karnataka emerged champion in the Ranji Trophy Plate Division final which concluded at the Chinnaswamy Stadium here on Thursday. Karnataka won by an innings and 11 runs with two ...
ITI registers first victory
BANGALORE, MARCH 6. Indian Telephone Industries (ITI) Sports Club needed 17 outings to score its first win in the 7th edition of the National Football League, sponsored by Oil PSU. But that it came against HASC with a 3-1 margin is something ...
Taxmen put the squeeze on AGORC
BANGALORE, MARCH 6. The Income Tax men are generally tough, intrusive and at times unsparing. The team from Hyderabad was no different as AGORC found out to its chagrin in the National League Volleyball club championship at the Sree Kanteerava ...
Central Railway has it easy
MANIPAL, MARCH 6. Central Railway (Mumbai) completed its engagements in the round robin stage of the National Volleyball League championship at Manipal with a relatively effortless win over GKM Foundation, Chennai (25-20, 25-20, 25-17). ...
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