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Sunday, May 25, 2003
Das to lead India A
KOLKATA, MAY 24. Orissa opening batsman Shiv Sundar Das has been named the skipper of the India A team on the tour of England beginning from June 22. The senior selection committee, headed by Brijesh Patel, named a squad of eight batsmen, four ...
Thumping victory for England
LONDON, MAY 24. England found a new sporting hero today as it beat a wretched Zimbabwe by an innings and 92 runs after 19 wickets fell in the day. For a few minutes the rich football superstars David Beckham and Michael Owen were forgotten; Phil ...
Australia win by 67 runs
PORT-OF-SPAIN, MAY 24.Wicket-keeper Adam Gilchrist hit an assured 84 (103b, 9 x 4, 1 x 6) to anchor a formidable Australian total of 286 for five off 50 overs against the West Indies in their fourth one-day cricket International here on Saturday. ...
Paes exudes confidence
NEW DELHI, MAY 24. Though his performance this season has been below par, Leander Paes exudes confidence going into the most hectic part of the tour, starting next week with the French Open at the Roland Garros. "I have my goals set. I want to ...
Morale boosting victory for Sonal
NEW DELHI, MAY 24. Winning a title is always a great feeling. Sonal Phadke has won a few, but winning another one, after nearly two years was a tremendous morale-booster for the petite Mumbaikar as she quelled the challenge from the top-seeded ...
JCT, East Bengal qualify
KOLKATA, MAY 24. JCT Academy and East Bengal moved into the final phase of the second junior (under-19) football tournament for National Football League clubs here on Saturday. In the final set of league matches, JCT defeated East Bengal 3-2, ...
Mahindras drubs Churchill
MARGAO, MAY 24. Scoring twice in each half, Mahindras scored an impressive 4-1 win over Churchill in the Group `A' second junior (under-19) football tournament for National Football League clubs here today. Muneer Shaikh (20th), Anil Pawar ...
China, Japan not to take part in Asian Grand Prix
HYDERABAD, MAY 24.Chinese and Japanese athletes will not be taking part in the Asian Grand Prix athletic championships, which are to be held at the GMC Balayogi stadium here on May 28. This was confirmed at a press conference addressed by Mr. ...
Racing : Motor
Naren Kumar on song
CHIKMAGALUR, MAY 24. At the end of the spectator stage on Friday, Naren Kumar was affected by the non-performance of his Honda City V-Tec on the dirt track at the Mountain View School, which set him 28 seconds in arrears of his competitors. Naren ...
Wang Nan completes hat-trick
PARIS, MAY 24.The number two seed, Wang Nan of China won her third consecutive women's singles title at the World table tennis championships here on Saturday. Wang Nan, successful at Osaka in 2001 and Eindhoven in 1999, beat top seed Zhang ...
Mixed luck for UP
HUVINA HADIGALI (BELLARY), MAY 24. Uttar Pradesh had mixed fortunes. UP boys overcame a spirited challenge from Tamil Nadu before prevailing in five engrossing sets 24-26, 25-15, 25-21, 25-27, 15-13, while its girls went down to host Karnataka in ...
No stopping Kiran Sihag
CHENNAI, MAY 24. There was no stopping the 21-year-old International Kiran Sihag of MTNL, Delhi. Winner of 67 kg category for the last six years, Kiran went about her task seriously to tame Sunil (Haryana) in the third round of the senior's ...
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