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Sunday, March 30, 2003
Debang Gandhi, Venugopal crack centuries
BANGALORE, MARCH 29. Debang Gandhi (131) and Venugopal Rao (124 n.o.) helped Elite-A remain in the hunt for first innings honours against Plate-B at the Chinnaswamy Stadium here on Saturday. The Duleep Trophy match's third day too followed the ...
Zimbabwe's tour of England confirmed
LONDON, MARCH 29.The Zimbabwe Cricket Union (ZCU) has confirmed that its summer tour of England, starting in May, will go ahead as scheduled. There had been certain doubts on whether or not the tour would take place after England refused to ...
Elite-C manages to avoid follow-on
VIJAYAWADA, MARCH 29. There is an air of ease about Yere Goud's approach to batting. He possesses the rare ability to assess any situation quickly and adapt suitably. It is this aspect that has made him a consistent performer in domestic ...
India faces a tough task
MARGAO, MARCH 29.India which lost its away match against North Korea, has no option but to go all out for a win against its formidable rival when the two sides meet here tomorrow in the return game of the Group G preliminary round qualifying ...
Air India holds BSF
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM, MARCH 29. Air India, Mumbai was lucky enough to escape with a 1-1 draw against Border Security Force, Jalandhar in the second phase of the 2nd Division National Football League at the Chandrasekharan Nair stadium here on ...
Randhawa snatches lead
NEW DELHI, MARCH 29. From starting with an 25-foot `eagle' to signing off with an eight-foot birdie, Jyoti Randhawa gave the large gallery at the Delhi Golf Club course just what they had been looking for. After a good day's work resulting in a ...
Harrington leads on a strange day
PONTE VEDRA BEACH, MARCH 29. Padraig Harrington had a sore hip caused by a bum ankle, couldn't hit the ball straight and wound up leading the Players Championship. Craig Perks woke up to learn that his caddie was in jail, asked a chaplain to ...
Mlynarik disposes of Felder, makes it two-in-a-row
KOLKATA, MARCH 29. In a performance befitting the final, Zbynek Mlynarik won his second successive Futures title with an outstanding show of power and accuracy. The Austrian made the singles title contest a one-sided affair. His Uruguayan ...
Akhil in flyweight final
NEW DELHI, MARCH 29. Railways' Akhil Kumar who carried more punches and reflexes to outpoint favourite D. Kannan, 25-14, moved into the final of the flyweight class, in the 49th National boxing championship at the Indira Gandhi indoor stadium ...
KRL outclasses ONGC
RENUKOOT, MARCH 29. Indian international and one of Asia's best spikers Tom Joseph lifted Kochi Refineries' game with a towering performance that left Oil and Natural Gas Commission, Dehradun, gasping as it lost the crucial men's summit league ...
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