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Sunday, June 08, 2003
Another big win for England
CHESTER-LE-STREET, JUNE 7."Just like watching Durham'' shouted a cynical voice at the back of the stand as Zimbabwe headed for defeat at their expanding Riverside Stadium on Saturday. It is a place where the home team loses regularly as ...
Henin cruises to glory
PARIS, JUNE 7.Justine Henin-Hardenne won her first major title on Saturday, beating Kim Clijsters 6-0, 6-4 at the French Open in the first all-Belgian Grand Slam final. Henin-Hardenne became Belgium's first Grand Slam champion, and she did it ...
Double delight for Kiernan
MUMBAI, JUNE 7.Daniel Kiernan has been through tough 10 days in office, every match won from the qualifying stage onwards of the International Tennis Federation's Satellite Circuit first leg, forcing him to inflict more punishment on his stocky ...
India enters final despite drawing with Pakistan
SYDNEY, JUNE 7. In what can be etched in the annals of hockey history as a contest that underscored the essence of competitive play laced in an emotional drama, which mirrored the ingredients of fluctuating fortunes, Pakistan rallied from 1-3 at ...
Problems aplenty, but a boost nonetheless
CHENNAI, JUNE 7. It has been over a decade since All India Football Federation brought women's football affairs into its fold as per a directive from the world body, FIFA. The idea was to ensure eves football was better organised and grew in ...
Mary heads list of female casualties
KOZHIKODE, JUNE 7.It's so far been a sojourn of mixed emotions for Mary Ann Gomes in this Northern Kerala city. After coming here in the last week of May, she won the National sub-junior championship, but broke down after beating her freind ...
Racing : Motor
Naren Kumar in strong position
NASHIK, JUNE 7. Reigning National champion V.R. Naren Kumar (co-driver Moosa Sherif) drove well to finish the first leg of the MRF Taj Challenge Rally in a strong position, here, on Saturday. The event also doubles up as the second round of ...
Geetika, Gurbinder settle for silver
NEW DELHI, JUNE 7.The continental wrestling heavyweights reaped rich harvest as India faltered miserably in the gold medal bouts on the third day of the 16th Asian championship here on Saturday. Iran and Kazakhstan cornered the major part of ...
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