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Thursday, February 12, 2004
Mumbai has the last laugh
KOLKATA, FEB. 11. The Ranji Trophy one-day inter-zonal title went to Mumbai after Delhi and Bengal failed to win their last league matches against Rajasthan and Tamil Nadu, respectively, with a bonus point here on Wednesday. Mumbai finished ...
Can England take the cue from Rodney Marsh?
BANGALORE, FEB. 11. Winning matters and it is a philosophy entrenched in Rodney Marsh's memory. "Everyone knows the number one. If you are the second best, you may well be the tenth placed team too. All that matters is being the best," Marsh ...
BCCI panel happy with security arrangements
ISLAMABAD, FEB. 11. The visiting team of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) to assess the security measures for the Indian cricket team's tour of Pakistan is satisfied with the measures contemplated by the host, though a final view ...
England `A' hopes to pull one back
CHENNAI, FEB. 11. In cricket's learning curve, every match is an experience in itself. With a 2-0 lead in a three-match series, India `A' might be sitting pretty ahead of the final game at the M.A. Chidambaram Stadium on Thursday, but coach ...
Jeevan rallies to down Martin
CHANDIGARH, FEB. 11. Jeevan Nedunchezhiyan fought bravely to make the semifinals of the ITF grade `III' junior tennis tournament at the CLTA Complex here on Wednesday. The 15-year-old Jeevan overcame the fourth-seeded Martin Sayer of Hong Kong ...
NFL second phase from February 21
KOLKATA, FEB. 11. The second phase of the VIII National Football League will get underway on February 21 with Vasco SC (Goa) and one of the promotees this season, Haywards Sporting Clube de Goa, re-starting the premier club contest at the ...
Vinuthna, Rajadarshini share lead
HYDERABAD, FEB.11. Vinuthna of Andhra Pradesh and Rajadarshini of Tamil Nadu shared the lead with full points at the end of the fourth round in the girls' section in the National junior chess championship for boys and girls (under-18) here on ...
Setback for Samresh Jung
NEW DELHI, FEB. 11. India's hopes of securing another berth in shooting at the 2004 Athens Olympics were dashed today with Commonwealth Games double gold medallist Samresh Jung finishing a poor 17th in the 10m air pistol at the Asian shooting ...
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