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Wednesday, October 20, 2004
A turning track: India's need of the hour
CHENNAI, OCT. 19. Irfan Pathan joins Sachin Tendulkar (tennis elbow) and L. Balaji (abdomen) in this season's hors-de-combat list. And the current season is only four months old. Replacing Pathan in the squad for the third Test against ...
THE GREG CHAPPELL COLUMN
Clashes having iconic status
What a shame that Mother Nature draped a wet blanket all over the Chepauk Stadium in Chennai to prematurely end a delicately poised Test match in anti-climax. At the end of the fourth day both teams had a chance to win the match but in the end ...
Tendulkar attends practice
MUMBAI, OCT. 19. Batting maestro Sachin Tendulkar practised for about two hours in the morning on Tuesday, giving boost to hopes that he may be fit on time for the third cricket Test against Australia starting at Nagpur on October 26. ...
Ponting to rejoin Indian tour for fourth Test
SYDNEY, OCT.19. Ricky Ponting will join the Australian squad in India and is expected to play the fourth Test after medical tests on Tuesday confirmed his injured thumb had almost healed. The Australians lead the four-Test series 1-0 after ...
Reconvening of BCCI AGM postponed
KOLKATA, OCT. 19. Faced with litigation, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has postponed the scheduled reconvening of its Annual General Meeting on October 26 to complete the pending agenda. The adjourned meeting would not be ...
Haas, Dent advance
MADRID, OCT. 19. Tommy Haas of Germany and Taylor Dent of the United States advanced to the second round of the Madrid Masters after easy wins on Tuesday. Haas, a semifinalist at the CA Trophy last week, beat Xavier Malisse of Belgium 6-4, 6-1, ...
Delhi brightens its quarterfinal chances
NEW DELHI, OCT. 19. The Delhi players followed the simple but trusted policy of releasing the ball at the first opportunity. And its path to the quarterfinal stage of the National football championship for the Santosh Trophy brightened following ...
Indian men tame Armenia
MALLORCA, OCT. 19.Surya Shekhar Ganguly produced a decisive victory on the fourth board to pave the way for India's notable 2.5-1.5 victory over fourth seed Armenia in the men's fifth round action of the 36th Chess Olympiad here on ...
Kramnik beats Leko, retains title
BRISSAGO (SWITZERLAND), OCT. 19. Vladimir Kramnik of Russia beat Hungary's Peter Leko in the final game of the Dannemann World classical chess championship here on Monday night to retain the title he won in 2000 in London. Kramnik, who had been ...
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