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Monday, September 15, 2003
Tendulkar leads the India A charge
BANGALORE, SEPT. 14. Southpaws Sridharan Sriram and Rohan Gavaskar lent the finishing touch to the strong base laid by Sachin Tendulkar at the Chinnaswamy Stadium here on Sunday. The trio's runs helped India A post 314 for six in 50 overs after ...
Seniors come out in support of Ranji players
MUMBAI, SEPT. 14. India's senior cricketers Sourav Ganguly, Sachin Tendulkar, Rahul Dravid and Anil Kumble have conveyed to the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) representatives that the Ranji Trophy players would be happier should ...
India B records victory
BANGALORE, SEPT. 14. Dinesh Mongia emerged unscathed from the shadows, while Yuvraj Singh's talent shone bright. And the southpaws' weekend fare of fiery centuries helped India B defeat India A by 82 runs in the TVS Salve Challenger Series ...
Gavaskar, Bhandari in Rest of India team
BANGALORE, SEPT. 14. Bengal batsman Rohan Gavaskar along with Delhi seamer Amit Bhandari were named in the 14-member Rest of India squad scheduled to clash with Ranji champion Mumbai in the Irani Trophy match at Chennai from September 18 to 22. ...
St. Peter's MHSS claims title
DINDIGUL, SEPT. 14. St. Peter's Matriculation Higher Secondary School, Kodaikanal claimed the title and the Vignesh Sports Trophy in the Dindigul District Schools Cricket league conducted by the Dindigul District Cricket Association with 30 ...
Harsh wins maiden Challenger title
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 14. Harsh Mankad won his maiden Challenger doubles title in the $25,000 tennis tournament in Dontesk, Ukraine, on Sunday. Third-seeded Harsh and Jason Marshall of the U.S. beat Sergey Stakhovsky of Ukraine and Andrei Stoliarov ...
India TFA Blue loses to Uzbekistan
JAMSHEDPUR, SEPT. 14. India TFA Blue made far too many mistakes both in offence and defence and was punished for its transgression by Uzbekistan in the fourth league match of the J.R.D. Tata Cup International Invitational football tournament here ...
Second gold for Anitcham
BHOPAL, SEPT. 14. Slow but steady rain and overcast conditions spoiled the hopes of record-seekers on the second day of the 15th National inter-zonal junior athletic championship here on Sunday. The track showed several water patches, rendering ...
Anju fifth in Monaco
MONTE CARLO, SEPT. 14. After her historic feat, of a bronze medal at the Paris World championships, long jumper Anju Bobby George could not succeed a second time in a fortnight, and ended up fifth in the inaugural World Athletics Finals here on ...
AP men, Kerala women lift titles
PONDICHERRY, SEPT. 14. After a gap of over a decade, Kerala annexed the women's title, while in the men's section Andhra Pradesh spoilt Karnataka's dream with a 3-1 verdict in the South Zone inter-state badminton championship at the Rajiv Gandhi ...
Racing : Horse
Jockey's appeal rejected
BANGALORE, SEPT. 14. The Stewards of the Bangalore Turf Club, pursuing the Taurian case referred to them by the Mysore Stewards, have decided to withdraw jockey Y.S. Srinath's licence from September 23, 2003 till March 31, 2004 and should he ...
Racing : Motor
Team MRF bags Group N crown
OBIHIRO (HOKKAIDO), SEPT. 14. The man is no more, but his memory lingers. A household name in the rally world, the affable Kiwi was a star in Japan. It was no surprise then that the Possum Bourne Gallery, erected at the Service Park, drew a full ...
Someshwaran takes three golds
TIRUCHI, SEPT. 14. R. Someshwaran of Raja Serfoji Government Arts College (RSGAC), Thanjavur bagged three gold (100m and 200m breast-stroke and 200m freestyle) and a silver in 50m free style at the Bharathidasan University inter-collegiate ...
Diwakar wrests title from Dalbir
BANGALORE, SEPT. 14. An old saying goes `save the best for the last.' That held good on the final day of the 50th senior National boxing championship which concluded at the Sree Kanteerava Stadium here on Sunday. The bantamweight bout between ...
Yeshwant in main draw
CHENNAI, SEPT. 14. Yeshwant Acharya of Maharashtra defeated Tamil Nadu's R. Surya 11-9, 10-12, 13-11, 11-9 in the sub-junior boys' final qualifying round of the RMK Engineering College South Zone National-ranking table tennis championship at the ...
Nag-Sarkar pair wins
KOLKATA, SEPT. 14. The pair of A.K. Nag & S.C. Sarkar of CLW - Chittaranjan won the pairs event in the A.I. Railway bridge championship with a tally of 180 points. Tapas Auddy and A.K. Das of Eastern Railway, Kolkata stood second with 177 ...
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