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Friday, February 20, 2004
Kumble in no hurry to return
MUMBAI, FEB. 19. India's finest wicket-taker for over a decade, Anil Kumble has said he is not going to `rush' into cricket. The 33-year-old bowler had an appointment with his physiotherapist on Thursday at Bangalore. Since bowling seven overs ...
Kapil for Pakistan tour
New Delhi: India's World Cup winning captain Kapil Dev has played down the security concerns in Pakistan and said if he had the opportunity to represent his country he would do so under any circumstances. ``Why are people asking me about ...
BCCI meet on Feb. 28
MUMBAI, FEB. 19. The Working Committee of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) will meet in New Delhi on Saturday (February 28), to finalise India's tour to Pakistan, consider recommendations for the C. K. Nayudu Award for 2002 and ...
`Progress on release of World Cup dues'
LONDON, FEB. 19. The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) President Jagmohan Dalmiya said there has been progress in India's efforts to get the release of World Cup guarantee money from the International Cricket Council (ICC) after a ...
Avinash sends West tumbling
PALAKKAD, FEB. 19. Central Zone left-arm spinner Avinash Yadav grabbed seven wickets in a superb spell of 24 overs to send West Zone crashing to 169 on the second day of the four-day final of the Vinoo Mankad Trophy National under-19 inter-zone ...
Pratt advances with ease
HYDERABAD, FEB. 19. Like a purring Pratt and Whitney engine, the might of which has driven generations of aircraft, Nicole Pratt seemed to get better with each long haul. On Thursday, she encountered a tough opponent in Jelena Kostanic, but ...
Amit bags singles and doubles titles
TIRUCHI, FEB. 19. J. Amit of the host college claimed a double at the fourth Bishop Solomon Doraiswamy Memorial State-level inter-collegiate tennis tournament conducted by the Bishop Heber College here on Thursday. Amit scored a straight set ...
Khalsa College, Patiala in final
NEW DELHI, FEB. 19. The matches went on expected lines, as Khalsa College, Patiala, and DAV College, Jalandhar, made it to the final of the ONGC Nehru champion colleges hockey tournament at the Shivaji Stadium here on Thursday. Defending ...
Women athletes to the fore
CHENNAI, FEB. 19. Three women athletes came into focus on the second day of the three-day 69th all-India inter-Railway meet at the Nehru stadium here on Thursday. V.S. Surekha, the Chennai-based Southern Railway pole vaulter, cleared 3.45m in ...
India upsets Hong Kong
NEW DELHI, FEB. 19. Indian eves came up with a domineering performance to upset third seed Hong Kong 4-1 in the league encounter of the Uber Cup (preliminaries) Asia Zone badminton tournament at Kuala Lumpur on Thursday. The Indians, led by ...
Lanka Ravi stuns Zagrebelny
CHENNAI, FEB. 19.International Master Lanka Ravi recovered from the opening round defeat to shock Sergey Zagrebelny of Uzbekistan in the second round of the 3rd Aeroflot Open chess tournament being played at Hotel Russia in Moscow on ...
Racing : Horse
Shetti corners glory
BANGALORE, FEB. 19. Arun Mariba Shetti came up with a gold winning performance astride Big Ambition in the NEC novice jumping top score event on the opening day of the National Equestrian championship at the ASC (Agram) ground here on Thursday. ...
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