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Friday, September 12, 2003
Dravid inspires India B to victory
BANGALORE, SEPT. 11.He remains Indian batting's insurance cover. And on a warm Thursday afternoon, Rahul Dravid proved that he can also intoxicate. A captain's knock of 107 a perfect mix of focus and flair set the base for ...
Koertzen, Shepherd to stand in India-NZ Test series
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM, SEPT. 11. The International Cricket Council (ICC) has nominated Rudi Koertzen (South Africa) and David Shepherd (England) to officiate in the Videocon Trophy two-Test series against New Zealand, to be played in Ahmedabad and ...
Suchanan downs a fighting Isha
BANGALORE, SEPT. 11. National champion Isha Lakhani played her heart out, yet the result of her quarterfinal clash with top-seeded Suchanan Viratprasert of Thailand proved a heart breaking one in the Indian Oil-Servo ITF women's circuit. The ...
Harsh in doubles semifinals
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 11. Harsh Mankad made it to the doubles semifinals of the $ 25,000 Challenger tennis tournament in Dontesk, Ukraine. The third-seeded Harsh and Jason Marshall of the US beat Teimuraz Gabashvili and Pavel Ivanov of Russia 6-3, ...
No. 13 proves lucky for Suiting
JAMSHEDPUR, SEPT. 11. India TFA Blue captain Lekini Suiting wears the No. 13 jersey. Though the number is considered unlucky, it was this Shillong-born lad who brought luck to the team with a perfect freekick, five minutes from time, to set up ...
Rajiv, Mukesh take over at the top
CHENNAI, SEPT. 11. The wind blew in the right direction for Rajiv Kumar and Mukesh Kumar on a blustery second day in The Hindu Open golf tournament at the Cosmo-TNGF course, here on Thursday. The two shared the lead with 142 (two under ...
Ghei, Digvijay for Nations Cup
CHENNAI, SEPT.11. Gaurav Ghei and Digvijay Singh will represent India in the Nations Cup 2003, a qualifying tournament for the World Cup. The event will be held at the Laguna National Golf and Country Club in Singapore from September 17 to ...
Racing : Motor
All eyes on Nutahara
OBIHIRO (HOKKAIDO), SEPT. 11. There is celebration in the air in Hokkaido, the northernmost island of Japan, with news filtering in that the venue has gained World Rally Championship (WRC) status for the following season, with the FIA having ...
Sports : General
Olympic preparation panel formed
NEW DELHI, SEPT 11. The Union Government has constituted a high-level Olympic preparation committee under the chairmanship of Mr. Vijay Kumar Malhotra for overseeing the preparations of the Indian teams for the Athens Games next year. The ...
Arun advances on countback
BANGALORE, SEPT. 11. In what is believed to be a rare occurrence, the jury had to resort to an individual judges countback to decide the winner of the light flyweight bout between Woken Singh of Karnataka and Arun Singh of All India Police. The ...
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