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Wednesday, October 08, 2003
Chance for Ganguly's men to get even
AHMEDABAD, OCT. 7.Time, it is said, is a great healer. Unfortunately, though, the scars long last in body and mind, a stark reminder to people of the humiliation brought to bear upon them. Around Christmas last year, the Indian team was made to ...
We expect a tough battle: Fleming
AHMEDABAD, OCT. 7. Sourav Ganguly has a chance to improve upon Mohammad Azharuddin's record of 14 wins from 47 Tests. He has won 13 from 32 and the Videocon Test series starting here on Wednesday provides him with an opportunity to create a ...
It's advantage India
It is advantage India on the eve of the first Test against the New Zealanders at Ahmedabad. The Kiwis, despite their fighting spirit, would be hard pressed to stretch the home team. If the two tour games preceding the first Test are any ...
Rushmi crashes out in first round
NEW DELHI, OCT. 7. The third-seeded Rushmi Chakravarthi suffered a 6-7 (5-7), 6-7 (4-7) defeat at the hands of the 931st ranked Maya Rosa of Indonesia in the first round of the second $10,000 ITF women's circuit tennis tournament in Jakarta, ...
Bopanna rallies to down Kutsenko
DHARWAD, OCT. 7. Rohan Bopanna undeterred by a spell of shower and a moment of self doubt rallied to down his sixth seeded rival, Vadim Kutsenko of Uzbekistan 6-3, 3-6, 7-6 (11-9) and entered the last 16 round of the $ 25,000 ATP Challenger ...
India to play two matches in Thailand
BANGALORE, OCT. 7. The Indian football team busy training here at the Bangalore Football Stadium for the forthcoming Afro-Asian Games at Hyderabad, will visit Thailand and play two matches. "The Indian team will leave on October 11 midnight ...
Billiards & Snooker
Sarang on song
MUMBAI, OCT. 7. Sarang Shroff outclassed Ashok Shandilya 4-0 in the snooker final of the Rexcello Castor P.J. Hindu Gymkhana All-India billiards & snooker tournament. The former national champion was in such flow compared to his off-colour rival ...
Ramesh moves closer to final GM norm
NEW DELHI, OCT. 7.After Monday's storm, there was an understandable lull in the Parsvnath International chess tournament. Still, there was enough buzz when R.B. Ramesh, nothwithstanding a technicality or two, found himself within a draw of ...
Rajesh stays in lead
KARAIKUDI, OCT. 7. C.S. Rajesh of Coimbatore continued to lead with 8 points at the end of the ninth round in the boys' under-13 section in the 16th Tamil Nadu State under-11 and under-13 chess championship conducted by Sivagangai District Chess ...
Mayali Talwar in the van
BANGALORE, OCT. 7.Mayali Talwar of the Delhi Golf Club was the first day's leader in the sixth A.V. Thomas South India ladies amateur golf championship, which commenced at the Karnataka Golf Association course here. Shalini Malik is in second ...
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