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Thursday, July 03, 2003
Smith doubtful for England match
MANCHESTER, JULY 2. Skipper Graeme Smith remains extremely doubtful for South Africa's one-day match against England at Old Trafford on Thursday as he nurses a badly injured shoulder. Smith, the republic's youngest leader at age 22, suffered ...
A bonding that goes from strength to strength
KOLKATA, JULY 2. Australian Test captain Steve Waugh made his fifth visit in as many years to Udayan a home for children of leprosy patients, at Barrackpore on Wednesday, this time bringing a large consignment of medicines for the ...
So does Henman, but lives to fight another day
LONDON, JULY 2. Wimbledon ran into rough weather on Wednesday. Hardly a huge surprise this. And, so indeed did the brave man on the burning deck of English tennis; which is even less of a surprise. As it turned out, on a dank day when bright ...
Beckham given No. 23 jersey
MADRID, JULY 2. England captain David Beckham was formally introduced on Wednesday as a Real Madrid player, adding the world's most marketable soccer star to an already glittering line-up. With TV cameras beaming the ceremony live around the ...
All about the hot man
MADRID, JULY 2.Factfile on David Beckham after the England captain's formal presentation as a Real Madrid player today. David Robert Joseph Beckham Born: May 2, 1975, Leytonstone, East London. Marital status: Married to former Spice ...
Ajay stuns Rohan
CHENNAI, JULY 2. The field shrunk and the competition intensified as a few seeded players too tumbled, notable being under-19 second seed Rohan Castalino of Karnataka as the quarter-final stage was reached in the Krishna Khaitan memorial all ...
Billiards & Snooker
Indian team for World under-21 tournament
NEW DELHI, JULY 2. Pankaj Advani will lead a three-member Indian team in the World under-21 snooker championship to be held in Taupo, New Zealand, from July 15 to 30. The team, coached by Manoj Kothari, will have a week-long preparatory camp ...
Ganguly in joint fourth spot
CHENNAI, JULY 2. Surya Sekhar Ganguly's marathon victory closed him to within a point from leader Shakriyaz Mamedyarov of Azerbaijan at the end of the eleventh round in the World Junior Chess Championship at Nakhichevan in Azerbaijan on Tuesday. ...
No sweat for Ritwik, Sourav
MUMBAI, JULY 2. Ritwik Bhattacharya and Sourav Ghoshal did not have to work up a sweat when winning their first round matches in the men's singles competition of the Rs. 3.70 lakh Herald Maritime Services All India Squash Open on Wednesday. ...
Samaresh Jung misses quota place
NEW DELHI, JULY 2. He had a 10.5 with his last shot in the final, but Samaresh Jung missed the Olympic quota place by 0.4 points and a medal by 0.1 point in the freepistol event of the shooting World Cup in Changwon, Korea, on Wednesday. ...
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