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Cricket
Sri Lanka inflicts a heavy defeat on England
COLOMBO, DEC. 21. Justice was done after 14 days of stalemate when Sri Lanka inflicted the heaviest innings defeat on England for 30 years and so won the series which with a touch more luck and a little more help from the umpires it could have ...
Gopalan is no more
CHENNAI, DEC. 21. The oldest Test cricketer and double international, M.J. Gopalan, died here on Sunday after a brief illness. He was 94. A brilliant all-rounder, who bowled fast-medium pace, and an illustrious centre half in hockey, Morapakkam ...
Clarke's century brightens a dull day's play
HOBART, DEC. 21. All-rounder Michael Clarke's splendid century left a mark on the final day of this drawn encounter between India and Australia `A' at the Bellerive Oval here on Sunday. The only disappointment of the day was lack of spectator ...
Asian `A' triangular tourney: India meets Sri Lanka in opener
KOLKATA, DEC. 21. The concept of `A' teams in cricket has done a world of good for those who are aspiring to play for the senior side. The idea has truly bridged the huge gap that existed between each countries' domestic level and international ...
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    Athletics
    Pinki Pramanik's efforts to the fore
    KOLLAM, DEC. 21. The record-breaking effort of Pinki Pramanik (Bengal) in the girls' under-18 400m was the most noteworthy performance on the second day of the National Junior athletic meet at the Lal Bahadur stadium here on Sunday. Besides the ...


    Racing : Motor
    Dalal and Madan are the new kings
    CHENNAI, DEC. 21. Gaurav Dalal and J.D. Madan emerged the new champions in the FISSME and Esteem categories respectively in the sixth JK Tyre National road racing championship for cars 2003. Their victories lost some sheen when the strong ...


    Weightlifting
    Janeswari shatters records
    KOZHIKODE, DEC. 21. Janeswari Devi shattered records with amazing regularity to enliven the proceedings on the penultimate day of the boys and girls' junior national weightlifting championship at the V.K. Menon indoor stadim here on Sunday. The ...



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