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Friday, February 27, 2004
SICAL rides on Gautam's unbeaten century
CHENNAI, FEB. 26. V. Gautam's unbeaten 131 (162b, 9x4, 1x6) for SICAL and S. Raghunath's 102 (130b, 8x4, 2x6) out of Districts' 153 both the feats were achieved in the same match were the only centuries of the opening day in the ...
Dhawan takes India to semifinals
DHAKA, FEB. 26. India staged an incredible recovery to record 316 for five after winning the toss, with left-handed opener Shikhar Dhawan (146, 136b, 19x4, 2x6) scoring his third century of the ICC under-19 cricket World Cup and K. Dinesh ...
Pitches draw flak
AMRITSAR, FEB. 26.If the quality of play has been mediocre, the fault lies with the state of playing surfaces, the choice of venues, the shabby accommodation provided to the teams at Gurgaon and the attitude of the cricketers, most being ...
Bopanna surrenders to Kedriouk
NEW DELHI, FEB. 26. Rohan Bopanna struggled to get rid of the rustiness in his game, though he looked fit, as he surrendered rather tamely to the fifth-seeded Alexey Kedriouk of Kazakhstan in the quarterfinals of the Syndicate Bank $10,000 ITF ...
Chennai, Vizag in last four
VISAKHAPATNAM, FEB. 26. Last year's winner and runner-up Chennai and Visakhapatnam, qualified for the semifinals of the 25th all-India Major Ports tennis championship here on Friday. Both scored two wins each in their respective pools in the ...
Elusive win for Mohd. Sporting
KOLKATA, FEB. 26. Mohammedan Sporting notched up an elusive win, beating Indian Bank by a solitary goal, to dispel some of its relegation fears in the VIII National Football League at the Salt Lake Stadium here on Thursday. The 13th round match ...
Indian Bank bags honours
CHENNAI, FEB. 26.Twenty-nine-year-old P. Kannan and 17-year-old K. Revathi of Indian Bank claimed the men's and women's individual titles in the IBA-BSB inter-bank (Southern Region) athletic meet, which concluded at the Nehru Stadium on Thursday. ...
Shirov tames Radjabov
NEW DELHI, FEB. 26. Alexei Shirov broke the long monotony of draws in the Linares chess tournament by taming Teimour Radjabov in the sixth round late on Wednesday. Shirov's first victory was only the second of the tournament after Leko's ...
ICF stretches lead
CHENNAI, FEB. 26. Integral Coach Factory (ICF) increased its lead to two points at the end of the sixth and penultimate round of the 14th Tamil Nadu team chess championship organised by the Saranya Chess Centre at the Nehru Stadium. Southern ...
Indians fare badly
NEW DELHI, FEB. 26. The Indian shooters came up with a below par fare in the women's air pistol and sport rifle 3-position events in the ongoing World Cup in Bangkok. Anjali Bhagwat shot a 571 in the 3-position event, 11 points below her best, in ...
Sports : General
Vijay Mallya re-elected President of TIROF
BANGALORE, FEB. 26. Vijay Mallya was unanimously re-elected as President of The Indian Racehorse Owners' Federation (TIROF) at the annual general body meeting held here on Tuesday. TIROF is the apex body representing racehorse owners from all ...
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