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Thursday, August 05, 2004
Indian team to be named today
KOLKATA, AUG. 4.The Indian one-day squad for the Holland triangular and the Champions Trophy in England will be named here on Thursday. The five National selectors are not expected to throw surprises despite India failing to win the Asia Cup in ...
Jayawardene hauls Sri Lanka out of the woods
GALLE, AUG. 4. Mahela Jayawardene notched up his 12th Test century on Wednesday to help Sri Lanka overcome an early collapse and reach a first innings score of 279 for seven wickets at the close of the first day of the first Test against South ...
ICF survives Signals' onslaught
CHENNAI, AUG. 4. Signals (Delhi), with a late surge, closed the gap on Integral Coach Factory (Chennai) but the local outfit hung on to its slender lead and recorded its second win 78-72 in a Group `C' encounter of the IOB-Ace Club Magnolia ...
S. Railway women post win
CHENNAI, AUG. 4.Southern Railway women's team overcame stiff resistance from Sports Ambassadors from USA to win 64-59 in an exhibition basketball match at the Hindustan College of Engineering here on Tuesday. Geetha (20) and Ranjani (15) ...
Billiards & Snooker
Dingko destroys Wongel
HISSAR, AUG. 4.Services' Dingko Singh, with a barrage of right cuts, left Wongel Bhartia with a bloodied face before the Sikkimese pugilist was declared unfit to carry on in their lightweight first round bout in the 51st National boxing ...
Indian pugilists given a warm send-off
NEW DELHI, AUG. 4. The boxers exuded confidence and the national coach expressed cautious optimism as three of the four Olympic qualified pugilists who have been supported for nearly two years by the Associated Cement Companies Limited (ACC) were ...
Kubendra Babu, Nirmala bag honours
NEW DELHI, AUG. 4. Dilli Kubendra Babu defeated two-time world champion R. M. Shankara 25-15, 25-1, 25-11 in the final of the eighth SAARC carrom championship at the Tivoli Gardens resort in Mehrauli. The winner drove away a TVS Victor ...
Sports : General
Records are made to be broken, says Spitz
NEW YORK, AUG. 4. Mark Spitz said he had come to New York to talk about a medication he promotes, but the questions he was asked focused on swimming, and the prospect that his record of seven Olympic gold medals could soon be surpassed. ...
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