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Tuesday, April 08, 2003
Can India tame the Chinese dragon?
JODHPUR, APRIL 7.With China and India waking up from their long slumber and looking keen to make up for the lost time in the world of 64 squares, the Asian team chess championship presents a great opportunity for the continent's two fast-emerging ...
Zimbabwe beats Sri Lanka, enters final
SHARJAH, APRIL 7.Zimbabwe beat Sri Lanka by four wickets and qualified for the final of the Sharjah Cup here today. In the final on Thursday Zimbabwe meets Pakistan. After bowling out Sri Lanka for a modest 193, Zimbabwe reached the target in ...
Atwal adds gloss to starry field
NEW DELHI, APRIL 7.Asian PGA Tour Order of Merit leader Arjun Atwal has added an extra gloss to the already starry field in the SRF all-India Matchplay golf championship which tees off at the Delhi Golf Club course here on Tuesday. Three-week ...
Sorenstam clinches title
LOS ANGELES, APRIL 7. Annika Sorenstam shot a final-round 1-under-par 71 on Sunday to win the Office Depot golf championship by four strokes. Defending champion Se Ri Pak of South Korea, Pat Hurst and Heather Bowie finished tied for second. ...
Racing : Motor
Rain, rules help Raikkonen's cause
SAO PAULO, APRIL 7. Championship leader Kimi Raikkonen gave McLaren its third-straight win on Sunday in an extraordinary Brazilian GP full of crashes and confusion. The 700th GP in Formula-1 history produced a chaotic thriller full of drama and ...
Karun does the country proud
CHENNAI, APRIL 7. Karun Chandok scored the first F-3 win of his career in the opening round of the British Formula-3 (Scholarship class) championship at Donington Park (England) on Sunday. He also backed it up with a fighting second place ...
Sports : General
22 dope positives from National Games
NEW DELHI, APRIL 7. Twenty-two positive dope cases have been reported from the National Games, held in Hyderabad last December, leaving the Indian Olympic Association (IOA) with the task of putting into practice what it preaches much of the ...
Phelps makes a splash
INDIANAPOLIS, APRIL 7. America's Michael Phelps did everything his coaches could have hoped for against Australia. He broke his own world record in the 400 metres individual medley, nearly broke two others and led the United States to a 196-74 ...
Shahar overcomes Kamini
MUMBAI, APRIL 7.Impatience almost got the better of Shahar Peer before she realised the pitfalls of going into overdrive. Frenetic pace took a backseat as the Israeli qualifier switched into control mode against India's Kamini Murugabhoopathy ...
Iranian juggernaut runs over South Korea
VISAKHAPATNAM, APRIL 7. The Iranian juggernaut moved on, mowing down South Korea with stunning ease at 25-20, 25-17, 25-16 in the highly competitive Group B and DPR Korea, which lost badly to Iran on Sunday, sprang a big surprise by fighting its ...
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