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Friday, April 18, 2003
Encounter of a different kind
MUMBAI, APRIL 17.Krishnan Sasikiran and Koneru Humpy, two of India's brightest stars on the 64 squares, are more used to meeting players across the chess board but both of them seemed to enjoy meeting reporters here on Thursday. They are in the ...
South Africa romps home
DHAKA, APRIL 17. The pieces finally fell in place. The composition of an attack is often like a jigsaw. Slot one wrongly, and the puzzle never ends. The South Africans finally got their new-ball combination right. A pair that will have a huge ...
Satish, Noorul go bonkers
BANGALORE, APRIL 17. Tamil Nadu and Madhya Pradesh went on a rampage against Bihar and Punjab respectively in the under-25 inter-zonal cricket tournament semifinals here on Thursday. Tamil Nadu's skipper R. Satish lead from the front at the WAP ...
Draw leaves English Premier League wide open
LONDON, APRIL 17.Manchester United manager Alex Ferguson and his bitter Arsenal rival Arsene Wenger wouldn't dare speculate about the outcome of the league title after Wednesday's 2-2 draw at Highbury. Billed as the biggest match of the ...
Karnataka manages to beat AP
TIRUCHI, APRIL 17. Karnataka managed a 1-0 win over Andhra Pradesh, which was insufficient for it to remain in contention for the top spot in the 12th South Zone phase of Under-21 National football championship at the St Joseph's higher secondary ...
Amritinder in lead
CHANDIGARH, APRIL 17. Asian PGA Tour regular Amritinder Singh compiled an opening round of five-under 67 and led the field by two strokes after the first round of the Rs. 10 lakh Hero golf Chandigarh Open here on Thursday. Defending champion ...
Western Railway knocks Tamil Nadu out
MUMBAI, APRIL 17. The penalty-stroke jinx got to Tamil Nadu XI against Western Railway, Mumbai, in the only second round knockout tie of 41st Bombay Gold Cup hockey championship going beyond regulation time on Thursday. The local side won 6-5, ...
Heli Bargil packs off Sai Jayalakshmy
MUZAFFAR NAGAR, APRIL 17. Israeli youngster, Heli Bargil, played an attacking brand of tennis to oust the second-seeded Sai Jayalakshmy 6-0, 7-6 (8-6) in the quarterfinals of the Bhavana Swarup $ 10,000 ITF women's tournament at the Services Club ...
A rare achievement
PUNE, APRIL 17. A child prodigy from Pune has achieved a unique feat of becoming the youngest to have been conferred with the ``4th Poom Black Belt'' in Taekwondo by the Sang Rok World Taekwondo Academy Seoul, South Korea recently. Brandon ...
National meet from today
DEHRADUN, APRIL 17. Nearly 400 players from across the country would participate in the 34th summer National bridge championship which gets underway on Friday. In the eight-day long championship, being organised by Uttaranchal Bridge ...
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