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Wednesday, October 15, 2003
All the talk is on Mohali pitch now
MOHALI, OCT. 14.Sourav Ganguly's first stop at the PCA Stadium here was the playing strip. The variety of people flocking to see the pitch must have surprised the curator, Daljit Singh, too. The media, cops, ground staff, officials, all had a ...
BCCI decides to bear the possible extra expenditure
MUMBAI, OCT. 14. The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) will dig into its coffers and bear the extra expenditure should the quantum of retainership and match fee together exceed the 13 per cent allotted for international cricket. The ...
Kapil speaks from the heart, as usual
SALEM, OCT. 14. It was a motley crowd with a liberal sprinkling of teenagers. And the autograph seekers formed a perpetual ring around him. The ardent followers of the game young and old felt free to get their doubts cleared. And ...
Auckland makes Harsh sweat
BELGAUM, OCT. 14. Harsh Mankad overcame trying conditions and a determined rival, James Auckland of Great Britain, in a marathon opening match at 6-7 (4-7), 7-5, 7-6 (7-4) in 182 minutes and advanced to the second round of the $25,000 ATP ...
Ghosh, Saraswati sprint champs; Jincy, Rai among winners
PATIALA, OCT. 14. Mediocrity rather than brilliance, thin fields rather than packed ones and an overall mood of indifference marked the fare in the concluding leg of the National athletics circuit at the NIS Complex here on Tuesday, leaving the ...
Abhinav, Vaidehi enter semifinals
KOZHIKODE, OCT. 14. The under-16 boys' top seed, G.M. Nandish of Karnataka, and the second seed in the girls' under-16, Neha Pandit of Maharashtra, were the biggest casualties on Tuesday at the V.K. Krishna Menon indoor stadium in the SBT 17th ...
Three upsets mark day's proceedings
JAMSHEDPUR, OCT. 14. Three major upsets marked the second day of the Tata International Open chess tournament at the J.R.D. Tata Sports Complex here on Tuesday. Indian Grandmaster Surya Shekhar Ganguly was shocked by Pritam Singh in the second ...
Sasikiran crashes to defeat
NEW DELHI, OCT. 14. Grandmaster K. Sasikiran crashed to a 21-move defeat to second seed England's Nigel Short in the fifth round of Samba Cup chess tournament at Slanderborghus, Denmark, on Tuesday. Following his first defeat in the 10-player ...
Sports : General
Maharashtra boys bag double
CHENNAI, OCT. 14. Tuesday was Maharashtra's day in the National junior inter-State squash championship. The State won the under-19 and under-15 boys' team titles. With that the inaugural inter-State phase of the National championship ended and ...
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