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Wednesday, February 18, 2004
Dhiraj Jadhav corners glory
GURGAON, FEB. 17. Individual glory for Dhiraj Jadhav was all that West Zone gained on the concluding day of the drab Duleep Trophy match against Central Zone at the Devi Lal Stadium here on Tuesday. The draw, with not even the first innings ...
Gandhi foils South's designs
DHARAMSHALA (HP), FEB. 17. Devang Gandhi came up with a timely 87 to foil South Zone's designs of running East Zone close and ensured that his team gained two points, for snatching a first innings lead of 57 runs, as their Duleep Trophy encounter ...
Central Zone has the edge
PALAKKAD, FEB. 17.Central Zone enjoys a small edge as it takes on West in the final of the four-day Vinoo Mankad Trophy National under-19 inter-zone cricket championship at the Fort Maidan here from Wednesday. After having played both its last ...
Pratt sends Sania packing
HYDERABAD, FEB. 17. Sania Mirza bowed out of the WTA Hyderabad Open, defeated 6-4, 2-6, 2-6 by Nicole Pratt at the Sports Authority of Andhra Pradesh complex here on Tuesday. Wresting Pratt's serve in the second, fourth and eighth, the local ...
A disappointment for the local crowd
HYDERABAD, FEB. 17. The grim faces of the spectators and the organizers said it all. The defeat of the local girl and crowd-puller Sania Mirza in the first round signalled the end of Hyderabad challenge in the singles of the WTA Hyderabad Open ...
India takes on Singapore today
MARGAO, FEB. 17. Their strategies and hunches apart, Stephen Constantine and Radojo Avramovic are in total agreement that the elements are just right for good football when India takes on Singapore in the opening game of the Group III Asian Zone ...
Billiards & Snooker
Alok breezes past Rishabh
GWALIOR, FEB. 17. Three-time champion Alok Kumar played everything from mind games to safety snooker as he made his seventh final in 12 years at the 70th National snooker championship at the Jiwaji University here on Tuesday. His opponent in the ...
Sasikiran leads Indian challenge
CHENNAI, FEB. 17. Grandmaster Krishnan Sasikiran of ONGC, Chennai leads an ambitious group of Indians in the Aeroflot Open starting at Moscow with a record 655 players spread over the three sections. Sasikiran is seeded eleventh. Having done some ...
Sports : General
Good day for Indian Bank
CHENNAI, FEB. 17. Indian Bank hogged the limelight in table tennis, won the chess team and individual titles and claimed the women's singles title in carrom on the final day of the Banks' Sports Board (southern region) inter-Bank sports meet here ...
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