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Monday, January 12, 2004
Zimbabwe flatters to deceive
SYDNEY, JAN. 11. Zimbabwe flattered to deceive, losing by 99 runs in the VB Series match on Sunday. Its bowlers and fielders had surpassed themselves for three and a half hours, kept the Australian batsmen on a tight leash, restricting the home ...
THE GREG CHAPELL COLUMN
India needs to learn from the Australian way
SYDNEY, JAN. 11. There were times when I played limited over cricket against Clive Lloyd's great West Indian outfit of the late seventies and early eighties and struggled to see how we could beat them. They bowled better than we did. They batted ...
Moya dethrones Srichaphan
CHENNAI, JAN. 11. He broke his finger when he came here in 1999 as a top seed and also broke the hearts of thousands of fans. This time around, he came much more prepared and much more fitter. Playing well throughout, Carlos Moya, the top seed ...
Leander, we missed you!
CHENNAI, JAN. 11. While the eighth edition of India's only ATP event had a successful finish here on Sunday, the week that went by at the Nungambakkam Tennis Stadium was not quite the same without him. After all, the most popular Indian player ...
Malaysia denies India full points
KUALA LUMPUR, JAN. 11. In an exhilarating contest that underlined the excellence of Asian ethos, Malaysia came twice from arrears to deny India victory in the Sultan Azlan Shah hockey tournament. Giving Len Aiappa a full match as a mid-fielder ...
SCR to meet Northern
HYDERABAD, JAN. 11.Hosts South Central Railway knocked out defending champion Western Railway via golden goal 5-4 to set up a title-clash with Northern Railway, which beat Integral Coach Factory also via tie-breaker 5-4, in the 64th All-India ...
JCT tames Mohun Bagan
KOLKATA, JAN. 11. Torn by factional feud and now deserted by its best striker, Brazillan Jose Barreto, Mohun Bagan was made to eat the humble pie by Phagwara-based Jagatjit Textile and Cotton (JCT) Mills by a first half goal in the eighth ...
Abhijeet holds Short as six share lead
MUMBAI, JAN. 11.Till Saturday, Abhijeet Gupta would wonder how a chess player with a rating of 2700 looked like. Today, this 14-year-old Bhilwara boy not only got an opportunity to play World number 17 Nigel Short but also proved equal to him. ...
Racing : Motor
Preetham Dev steals the show
COIMBATORE, JAN. 11. The International Motorcycle Federation (FIM) centenary celebrations got off to a memorable kick-start at the inaugural All-India Rolon motorcycle meet at the newly-laid Kari Motor Speedway track in Chettipalayam, near ...
Lalin Jirasinha-W Marambe tastes win
MUMBAI, JAN. 11. Sri Lankan sailors Lalin Jirasinha-W Marambe, competing in the Enterprise class, got a taste of victory by winning race six on a day when India's experienced internationals Rajesh Choudhary (Laser full rig) and Nitin Mongia (OK ...
Sports : General
Whippet and Irish setter adjudged the best
CHENNAI, JAN. 11. A whippet, `Ch.Id Est Satyr', was adjudged the `Best in show' for the 57th edition and an Irish setter, `Ballymera's Indomitable Spirit' the best for the 58th edition, both conducted concurrently, in the Madras Canine club's Dog ...
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