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Friday, January 30, 2004
End of losing streak no consolation for Zimbabwe
MELBOURNE, JAN. 29. Steady rain forced the umpires to call off the Australia-Zimbabwe VB Series league match after their second inspection at 8. 35 p.m. on Thursday, leaving the two teams with three points each and the 15,218 spectators ...
THE GREG CHAPPELL COLUMN
Where have all the bowlers gone?
MELBOURNE, JAN. 29. The two questions I am most often asked these days is "Just how good Steve Waugh's teams were?" and "Where have all the bowlers gone?" Neither question is all that simply answered but I will deal with each one as best I ...
Rastogi enters quarterfinals
NEW DELHI, JAN. 29Karan Rastogi continued his spectacular run at the Australian Open junior championships in Melbourne to enter the boys' singles quarterfinals today. The fourth seeded Karan defeated Chinese Taipei's Chu-Huan Yi 6-1, 7-6 ...
Yana shocks Madura
KOLKATA, JAN. 29. Top seeded Madura Ranganathan of India went crashing out of the ONGC-ITF junior tennis losing to the sixth seed Yana Nemerovski 7-5, 0-6, 1-6 of Israel in the quarterfinals at the DKS complex here on Thursday. Nemerovski lost ...
Maiden title for Jiwaji
CHENNAI, JAN. 29. Jiwaji (Gwalior) scripted a 3-2 victory over Osmania (Hyderabad) in the final on Thursday for its maiden title in the South-West Zone inter-university tennis tournament for men, organised by the Anna University Sports ...
Billiards & Snooker
Chitra beats Meenal, tops group
GWALIOR, JAN. 29. The mediocre performance in snooker has probably acted as a catalyst for M. Chitra. Billiards, not her favourite, has provided her some memorable moments at the 12th women's National championship at the Jiwaji University here on ...
Anand looks ahead with optimism
NEW DELHI, JAN. 29. Taking off from where he had left in 2003, Viswanathan Anand retained the prestigious Corus title at Wijk Ann Zee over the past weekend. In an exclusive interview to The Hindu, Anand assessed his recent performance, ...
Humpy shares lead
CHENNAI, JAN. 29. Grand Master Koneru Humpy of Bank of Baroda posted a hard fought win over former national champion Ponnuswamy Konguvel in the tenth round to share the lead in the 1st Orient Flight School International Open chess tournament ...
Sports : General
TN maintains winning streak
CHENNAI, JAN. 29. Tamil Nadu maintained its winning streak in the under-14 volleyball tournament of the 49th National School Games at the Nehru indoor stadium complex here on Thursday. While the Tamil Nadu boys team beat Navodaya Vidyalaya ...
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