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Saturday, January 10, 2004
India comes unstuck after a spirited chase
MELBOURNE, JAN. 9.India's captain Sourav Ganguly left the MCG pitch an angry man on Friday night. He had taken the battle right into the rival camp and was on the verge of completing a captain's knock that would have helped his team march towards ...
Srichaphan gets past Andreev
CHENNAI, JAN. 9. "Ball'', as Paradorn Srichaphan of Thailand is affectionately called back home, is adored here. Not only for his track record, but also because whichever part of the globe he goes to, he respects the audience. They love him for ...
Good day for Danielle
KOLKATA, JAN. 9. Unseeded local girl Danielle Jones came up as the biggest surprise of the day making one upset after another to rule in both the under-18 and under-14 categories of the girls' singles in the Mint-O junior tennis championship ...
Pakistan subdues India
KUALA LUMPUR, JAN. 9. Contests cruised into a vibrant mode as the intensity increased in the Azlan Shah hockey tournament on Friday. And India signalled that with two spectacular goals. The team led briefly, shared honours at half-time (2-2), ...
Dempo downs Mohammedan Sporting
KOLKATA, JAN. 9 Dempo Sports Club of Goa posted another creditable win beating local favourite Mohammedan Sporting 1-0 to push ahead its undefeated record into the eighth round of the VIII National Football League on Friday. Sunday Seah scored ...
Inter-varsity meet from today
HYDERABAD, JAN. 9. Twenty-seven teams will take part in the all-India inter-University archery championship for 2003-2004 for men and women, which is to be hosted by the Osmania University from January 10 to 13. The competitions will be held in ...
Short keen on adding to his CV
MUMBAI, JAN. 9. While some of the best names in chess are busy preparing to match wits at Wijk aan Zee, British Grandmaster Nigel Short is here, keen to add the Commonwealth title to his already impressive CV. In spite of Short enjoying his ...
Anand looking for fourth Corus title
CHENNAI, JAN. 9. A new challenge comes up for defending champion Viswanathan Anand as a second Asian player figures for the first time in the super category Corus chess tournament at Wijk aan Zee. China's Zhang Zhong, who won the Grandmaster ...
Racing : Horse
It's Run For Roses vs. Bon Vivant
HYDERABAD, JAN. 10.
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