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Thursday, October 23, 2003
Nothing to choose between India and New Zealand
CHENNAI, OCT. 22. Forget the clichés of Diwali and fireworks. The charm of limited-overs cricket is that it is not clichéd, not predictable. It's instant and instinctive. This is a world where fortunes can change at the blink of an eye. A great ...
TVS Cup unveiled
CHENNAI, OCT. 22. Amid much smiles, India's stand-in captain Rahul Dravid and New Zealand skipper Stephen Fleming unveiled the TVS Cup for the one-day tri-series at a pleasant function in the Taj Coromandel Hotel here on Wednesday. Speaking to ...
Bright start to India's campaign
HYDERABAD, OCT. 22. The rain relented and the sun peeped out of the dense cloud for some time before the floodlights took over. No matter the slushy conditions, it turned out to be a bright moment for India as it found the winning touch ...
India looks to sustain Asia Cup form
HYDERABAD, OCT. 22. It is an Inter-Continental show but the focus is on the showdown between the traditional rivals, India and Pakistan, which face each other on October 27, as the hockey matches commence on Thursday in the inaugural edition of ...
Olympic gold is Paes' goal
KOLKATA, OCT. 22.Indian tennis star Leander Paes reaffirmed his patriotic fervour saying it was the urge to bring greater laurels for the country that inspires him to make a fruitful comeback. Visiting his home city first time after being ...
Vidyadhar, Manjusha score upset victories
JAIPUR, OCT. 22.High on confidence, J.B.S. Vidyadhar made a mockery of rankings by dumping fourth seeded Thai Anupap Thiraratsakul on what turned out to be a fairly good opening day for the Indians in the Asian Satellite Badminton Championship ...
World Rapid tourney from today
CAP D'AGDE (FRANCE), OCT. 22. World No. 3 ranked chess star Viswanathan Anand plays in the World Rapid chess championship at Cap d'Agde in France from Thursday. The world's leading players sans the 2001 world rapid chess winner Garry Kasparov ...
Arjun Atwal tops Asian Order of Merit list
NEW DELHI, OCT. 22. Ace Indian golfer Arjun Atwal has extended his lead at the top of the Asian PGA Tour Order of Merit after his third place finish in the Macau Open on Sunday. Atwal pocketed US $ 15,500 for his fine effort and now leads ...
Dunn steals the show
BANGALORE, OCT. 22. The Anzacs dominated the opening round of the Asia Pacific Seniors golf championship 2003 which commenced at arguably the second oldest golf course in history, the Bangalore Golf Course here on Wednesday. Australian ...
Sports : General
WADA forwards THG test to accredited labs
MONTREAL, OCT. 22.The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) announced on Tuesday that the method of detection for the designer steroid tetrahydrogestrinone (THG) has been communicated to all International Olympic Committee (IOC)/WADA accredited ...
Sports World Beater's Talent Spotting scheme
MADURAI, OCT. 22.For the Sports World Beater's Talent Spotting scheme at schools level, report cards have already been provided to all the schools, inclusive of Government, Aided, Self Financed, Corporation, Municipality, Matriculation, ...
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