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Thursday, September 11, 2003
India `A' puts it across Seniors
BANGALORE, SEPT. 10. India Seniors suffered a blackout under lights. And defending champion India `A' won by 27 runs in the TVS Salve Challenger Trophy tournament's inaugural match at the Chinnaswamy Stadium here on Wednesday. Chasing India A's ...
England names squads for Bangladesh, Sri Lanka
LONDON, SEPT. 10. The days when the England selectors used to surprise us are long gone: central contracts, a policy of continuity, an effective system of briefing cricket correspondents and a smaller pool from which to choose have ensured that ...
Samrita surprises Sonal
BANGALORE, SEPT. 10. Samrita Sekar has surely come off age as a player and in the lone upset of the day, the spunky 19-year-old Chennai girl, battled to a 4-6, 6-4, 6-3 victory over the seventh-seeded Sonal Phadke and entered the quarterfinals of ...
Three Indians in third round
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 10. The Indian juniors asserted themselves as three of them made it to the third round of singles in the Grade `I' ITF junior tennis tournament in Kentucky, the U.S. Ninth-seeded Karan Rastogi beat Billy Mertz of the U.S. 6-3, ...
Chance for Indian juniors to show their mettle
JAMSHEDPUR, SEPT. 10. The new found enthusiasm among soccer buffs, following Indian football's tremendous showing through the National team or in the form of a club side, is likely to spill over at the J.R.D. Tata Sports Complex here. The ...
Tamil Nadu squad for National meet
CHENNAI, SEPT. 10. The following will represent Tamil Nadu in the 43rd National open athletic championship to be held in Bangalore from September 28 to 30. The team: Men: Wayne Peppin, Alex Antony Raj, A. Aravind, A. Mohamed Nazeer, ...
Indians finish fourth
MUMBAI, SEPT. 10. The Indian team of Laxminarayan Adhikari and P. Kalishekhar finished a creditable fourth in the junior World chess championship for the visually impaired, which concluded at Pontivedra in Spain on Tuesday. According to ...
Sensational start to The Hindu Open
CHENNAI, SEPT. 10. It was the day of the underdog. And in a rather sensational start to the Rs.7 lakh The Hindu Open golf tournament at the Cosmo-TNGF course on Wednesday, little known Monish Bindra lived out a dream, bringing in a card of ...
Sports : General
Anju, Bobby robbed in Paris
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 10. Getting ready for the World Athletics Finals in Monaco, Anju George and husband Bobby George had a nightmarish experience on Tuesday in Paris when they were robbed of all their important documents, including passports, at the ...
Shiva pulverises Kamesh
BANGALORE, SEPT. 10. Himachal Pradesh youngster B. Shiva landed a powerful punch to knock out Kamesh of Gujarat within the first two minutes in the shortest bout on the second day of the Senior National boxing tournament at the Sree Kanteerava ...
Iran beats India
TIANJIN, SEPT. 10. Asian volleyball powerhouse Japan crashed out of the top four at the 12th Asian men's volleyball championship here on Tuesday after falling to defending champion South Korea 1-3 in the last round of the quarterfinal ...
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