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Thursday, June 19, 2003
Pakistan struggles to win
MANCHESTER, JUNE 18. Half a mile from the cricket ground at Old Trafford is the more famous, richer Theatre of Dreams where mature stars like David Beckham, Eric Cantona and George Best have weaved their magic. They have a saying: "You win ...
Sunil goes down to Simpatiaji
NEW DELHI, JUNE 18. He is not the Sunil Kumar we have known. The spark is still there and so are the strokes, but the Chandigarh lad is not able to stoke the fire that easily these days. Maybe, it has to do with a troubling shoulder, lesser ...
Sluiter surprises Srichaphan
ROSMALEN, JUNE 18. Second-seeded Paradorn Srichaphan of Thailand was upset by Dutchman Raemon Sluiter 7-5, 6-4 on Wednesday in the second round of the Ordina Open. Srichaphan, seeded 12th at Wimbledon, has won only one match since the first ...
The hunt for a sponsor begins
CHENNAI, JUNE 18.A significant fallout of the recent Indian triumph in Australia is the debate on marketing hockey. More than the successful tour of Down Under, what has added to the urgency in identifying a sponsor for Indian hockey is the ...
Bengal sails into semifinals
CHENNAI, JUNE 18. Luck played a big part in the senior National women's football championship at the Nehru stadium on Wednesday. While U.P. was fortunate to get away without a massacre against fancied Bengal, which had a comfortable passage ...
Indian women psyched out by the Chinese
KOLKATA, JUNE 18. The Indian women's campaign in the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) championship in Bangkok could have been better but for the fear factor against China, one of the crack teams in the continent. India began its Group C ...
Anilkumar keeps crown
KOCHI, JUNE 18. After all the early action, the 15th Cusat Open all-India FIDE-rated chess tournament had a quiet end with the top three contenders settling for a draw at the Cochin University's SMS Auditorium here on Wednesday. Defending ...
Racing : Motor
Ecclestone spews vitriol at Silverstone
LONDON, JUNE 18. Bernie Ecclestone intends to welcome Turkey to Formula One in 2005 and sees Russia as a missing jewel in the crown. But he says Britain's Silverstone, the World War Two airfield where the biggest show in motor racing first hit ...
Seeds have it easy
MUMBAI, JUNE 18. The top four seeds in the men's section crushed their opponents on way to the semifinals of the Rs. 3.07-lakh Indian Oil-Servo Otters Club squash tournament. The highlight of the action on Wednesday was the entry into the last ...
Karnataka and Maharashtra will fight it out
NEW DELHI, JUNE 18. For quite some time now Karnataka has been at the forefront of the aquatic disciplines. Though, India has had no inspiring results in swimming, internationally, more and more youngsters in Karnataka are taking the plunge in ...
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