Friday, December 14, 2001, Chandigarh, India




National Capital Region--Delhi

S P O R T S

England take lead despite Sachin’s ton
Ahmedabad, December 13
A masterly century by Sachin Tendulkar proved inadequate as India fell 116 runs short of England’s first innings score on the third day of the second cricket Test here today.

Sachin Tendulkar acknowledges the crowd’s applause for his century during the third day of the second Test against England at the Motera Stadium in Ahmedabad on Thursday. 
 — Reuters photo
Sachin Tendulkar acknowledges the crowd’s applause for his century

India to play S. Africa in final
Kuala Lumpur, December 13
India will take on South Africa in the final of the Champions Challenge Hockey Tournament here on Saturday.

Tomas Mac Cormik of Argentina controls the ball in between India’s Daljit
Singh Dillon (L) and Vikram Pillay during the Champions Challenge Hockey Tournament in Kuala Lumpur on Thursday.  — Reuters photo



EARLIER STORIES
THE TRIBUNE SPECIALS
50 YEARS OF INDEPENDENCE

TERCENTENARY CELEBRATIONS

Anand crashes out in semis
Moscow, December 13
Defending champion Viswanathan Anand went crashing out of the World Chess Championships today when he lost fourth and final game of the semi-final to Vassily Ivanchuk of Ukraine.

Churchill Brothers subdue JCT 2-1
Ludhiana, December 13
Reigning Goa league champions Churchill Brothers subdued a fighting JCT Phagwara 2-1 to launch their campaign for the title in the sixth National Football League on a promising note at Guru Nanak Stadium here today.

Bagan open campaign with win
Kolkata, December 13
Title aspirants Mohun Bagan opened their campaign in the sixth National Football League with a fluent 2-0 victory over local challengers Tollygunge Aggragami at the Salt Lake Stadium here today.

  • Vasco, HAL play 1-1 draw
  • Mahindras held

Bopanna, Shruti in semis; Amanjot ousted
New Delhi, December 13
Top-seeded Rohan Bopanna of Maharashtra maintained his winning spree when he crushed eighth-seeded Kamala Kannan 6-3,6-2 to storm into the men’s singles semifinal of the DSCL Open National Tennis Championship at the Delhi Lawn Tennis Association court here today.

Maharashtra, AI shuttlers shine
Bhopal, December 13
It was a good day today for Maharashtra and Air India shuttlers as most of their players advanced to the next round in the National Junior Badminton championship here.

Irina Brar5th successive title win for Irina
Chandigarh, December 13
Irina Brar India’s No. 1 lady golfer lifted the S. Wazir Singh Memorial Trophy presented to the Ladies Club Champion for the fifth consecutive year at the Chandigarh Golf Club today. In the 36-hole strokeplay competition, she won the gross event bringing in scores of 74 and 75, leading the rest of the field by a huge margin of 30 strokes.

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England take lead despite Sachin’s ton


England’s Andrew Flintoff celebrates taking the wicket of India’s captain Sourav Ganguly for five runs during the third day of the second Test at the Motera Stadium in Ahmedabad. 
— Reuters photo

Ahmedabad, December 13
A masterly century by Sachin Tendulkar proved inadequate as India fell 116 runs short of England’s first innings score on the third day of the second cricket Test here today.

Tendulkar completed his 27th Test century to be placed joint third in the overall list and added 118 runs for the fifth wicket with V.V.S. Laxman, who compiled a patient 75, but India still stopped at 291 to concede a huge first innings lead to England.

Tendulkar, who scored 103, joined Australians Allan Border and Steve Waugh, both of whom also have 27 Test centuries to their credit, and is behind only to Sunil Gavaskar (34) and Sir Donald Bradman (29).

But the day belonged to England who put up a disciplined bowling performance after their batsmen had registered a solid total of 407. Left-arm spinner Ashley Giles, who missed the first Test at Mohali due to injury, recorded his best Test figures with five wickets for 67 runs.

By the end of the day’s play today, England had scored 15 without loss in their second innings to extend their lead to 131. Mark Butcher was batting on five while Marcus Trescothick was on 10.

Tendulkar and Laxman came together after India had lost Rahul Dravid and skipper Sourav Ganguly cheaply in the morning to be reduced to 93 for four. The duo batted with extreme caution in the remainder of the morning session, which yielded just 55 runs in 28 overs, but picked up in the post-lunch session especially after Tendulkar reached his half-century.

Tendulkar, who was on 37 at lunch, completed his fifty with a four off Mathew Hoggard to backward point after which he opened up and displayed an array of strokes to step up the scoring rate.

He swept Giles for a four in the next over and hit Hoggard for two more fours in the subsequent over. He also went over the top, lofting Dawson over long-on for the only six of his innings.

Laxman was left with a supporting role as Tendulkar did bulk of the scoring. But the stylish Hyderabad batsman did not miss any scoring opportunity and played some fine shots.

Tendulkar reached his nineties with a boundary to fine leg off Craig White and then raised the 200 of the Indian innings with a single off the same bowler. His century came off 183 balls in 238 minutes and included 12 fours and a six.

He was out immediately after that giving a tame catch to mid on Nasser Hussain who fumbled with it before holding on at the second attempt.

India lost their fifth wicket at 211 and Virender Sehwag, who had to miss the first Test to serve the one-match ban imposed on him by match-referee Mike Denness in South Africa, joined Laxman.

Sehwag batted confidently for 44 minutes but belied expectations when he was trapped leg before wicket by Craig White. He could score only 20 runs and added 37 for the sixth wicket with Laxman.

Laxman reached his half-century soon after the dismissal of Sehwag with a boundary off a full-toss from Richard Dawson. Laxman had opened up a lot after the fall of Tendulkar and scored most of the runs. But he could not get enough support from the other end as Anil Kumble, Harbhajan Singh and Javagal Srinath fell in quick succession to place India at a precarious 274 for nine.

However, last man Tinu Yohannan frustrated the English attack for eight overs, adding 17 runs with Laxman who moved to 75 from 63 in his association. Laxman tried to shield Yohannan from the strike but got out himself trying to go for a big hit. With field spread out to prevent him from hitting a four, Laxman took his chance and danced down to hit giles but could not get the elevation and a waiting Mark Butcher took a good catch at long-on to bring the Indian innings to an end. Laxman batted for 297 minutes and faced 192 balls hitting nine boundaries. PTI

Scoreboard

England (1st innings): 407

India (1st innings): 291

Das c Butcher b Flintoff 41

Dasgupta c Hussain b Giles 17

Dravid c Foster b Hoggard 7

Sachin c Hussain b Hoggard 103

Ganguly c sub (Ball) b Flintoff 5

Laxman c Butcher b Giles 75

Sehwag lbw b White 20

Harbhajan c Flintoff b Giles 0

Srinath c Butcher b Giles 0

Yohannan not out 3

Extras: (b-6, lb-5, w-1, nb-3) 15

Total: (all out, 121.3 overs) 291

Fall of wickets: 1-54, 2-64, 3-86, 4-93, 5-211, 6-248, 7-268, 8-272, 9-274.

Bowling: Hoggard 28-7-65-2, Flintoff 22-7-42-2, Giles 43.3-16-67-5, Dawson 16-0-73-0, White 12-2-33-1.

England (2nd innings):

Butcher batting 5

Trescothick batting 10

Extras: 0

Total: (for no loss, 3 overs) 15

Bowling: Srinath 1-0-4-0, Yohannan 1-0-8-0, Kumble 1-0-3-0.

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India to play S. Africa in final

Kuala Lumpur, December 13
India will take on South Africa in the final of the Champions Challenge Hockey Tournament here on Saturday.

Spurred on by a brilliant performance by goalkeeper Jude Menezes, India kept the rampaging Argentina forwards at bay in the second half to hold onto a 2-1 lead and enter the final at the Bukit Jalail Hockey Stadium here today.

Later in the day, South Africa beat hosts Malaysia 2-1 to set up a title clash with India.

It was sweet revenge for the Indians who had lost to Argentina in the World Cup qualifiers earlier this year.

India who needed to win today’s match finished on top with 10 points. South Africa too ended up with 10 but settled for second spot with an inferior goal average.

Argentina took the lead in the 15th minute through Tomas and India equalised in through a penalty corner conversion by Jugraj Singh in the 24th minute. In the 33rd minute, India took the winning lead when Gagan Ajit Singh scored a brilliant field goal.

India then held on to their lead with Menezes making seven fine saves from the Argentine frontline who made a desperate bid to score the equaliser. India won three matches, drew one and lost one for 10 points. PTI
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Anand crashes out in semis

Moscow, December 13
Defending champion Viswanathan Anand went crashing out of the World Chess Championships today when he lost fourth and final game of the semi-final to Vassily Ivanchuk of Ukraine.

Anand, who lost today’s games despite having the advantage of white pieces, had drawn the first three game with Ivanchuk before the Ukranian emerged the winner with a 2.5-1.5 margin.

Ivanchuk will now take on compatriot Ruslan Ponomariov in the final to be played here from January 15. An ecstatic Ivanchuk later told reporters he always believed he had a chance against Anand. “I had analysed a lot of games of Anand for this match but could not find any particular weakness to play for. But one thing was striking... he is not very consistent and makes some bad moves and loses. So I thought, well, I have a chance,” he said.

“I managed to get a good opening where I equalised without much difficulty. I think Anand was just stretching a bit too much. I got my advantage with a fine pawn sacrifice that I think was very important,” Ivanchuk said.

Eighteen-year-old Russian Ponmariov of Ukraine became the youngest finalist in the history of the FIDE World Chess Championships, when he quickly drew his fourth game against Peter Svidler and completed a 2.5-1.5 win in the semi-finals of the championship.

Anand and Ivanchuk were locked in a tight struggle, which looked even at one point and at times Anand seemed to have an edge. Ivanchuk, playing with black played the Sicilian, but Anand went into another off beat system. PTI, UNI
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Churchill Brothers subdue JCT 2-1
Amardeep Bhattal
Tribune News Service

Ludhiana, December 13
Reigning Goa league champions Churchill Brothers subdued a fighting JCT Phagwara 2-1 to launch their campaign for the title in the sixth National Football League on a promising note at Guru Nanak Stadium here today.

After wing back Daljit Singh had spared the Phagwara outfit the blushes with two brilliant goal-line saves in the first half, the hosts’ citadel fell four minutes from the lemon break when foreign recruit Osumanu Husseni bulged the net with a power-packed free-kick as the entire wall of defenders stared in disbelief.

JCT fought back into contention and snatched the equaliser 10 minutes into the second half through striker Hardip Gill, whose long ranger from the right flank gave Churchill goalie Edward Ansah absolutely no chance. However, a header by defender Francis Coelho off a corner kick by substitute Tejinder Kumar 15 minutes from the end put paid to JCT Phagwara’s aspirations, and the mill men’s opening home encounter left them a bit frustrated.

For Churchill Brothers, two foreign recruits were outstanding. While stopper back Osumanu Husseni was a pillar of strength both in the defence and midfield, striker Yusif Yakubu remained a constant threat to JCT, taking snap shots at the goal at frequent intervals.

JCT, who could not field new recruit Stephan Abarowei whose migration case is still pending, relied on the Hardip trio — Sangha, Saini and Gill — but in the face of a sturdy Churchill defence, the trio failed to achieve much. In fact Sangha was back in action after a long-lay off due to injury as also was Prabhjot. Nevertheless, the defeat may kindle the fire and motivate the mill men to overcome odds in the coming days as JCT are known for their unique fighting qualities.

It was in the 15th minute that JCT had a narrow escape. An angular shot by Yusif Yakubu almost resulted in a goal as the ball was rolling in with goalie Arvind Kumar stranded at the other end. However, wing back Daljit Singh sprang from nowhere to make a timely clearance. A similar attempt by Yakubu in the 30th minute was once again thwarted by Daljit in identical fashion after Arvind was beaten.

Churchill took the lead in the 41st minute. Yakubu, who was moving in dangerously, was pulled back by JCT defender Pawan Kumar which fetched the Goans’ a free kick. The power-packed grounder taken by Osumanu Husseni landed straight in the net, leaving the JCT players stunned as Osumanu rushed to the sideline and kissed the ground in a gesture of thanksgiving (1-0).

JCT brought in Jaswant Singh in place of Ram Pal in the second half and the move paid off. A counter attack on the right flank engineered by defender Taranjit saw Hardip Saini putting the onrushing Hardip Gill in possession who after covering some ground despatched a long ranger which sailed over Edward Ansah’s head into the net (1-1). Thereafter, a Sangha-Gill move fizzled out as Sangha was a trifle slow in shooting goalwards, and his feeble kick was easily collected by Ansah.

In the 75th minute, medio Hardip Saini of JCT made a goal-line save after Yakubu had moved into the box dangerously, but he only managed to balloon the ball high over the bar resulting in a flag kick which spelt their doom. The corner kick taken by international Tejinder Kumar was followed up by Francis Coelho’s well-taken header off a rebound and the ball landed in the net (2-1).

JCT did get some chances towards the end and on one occasion, a Jaswant-Gill move looked threatening but although Gill had beaten two defenders, his feeble shot was easily collected by the Churchill goalie.

Churchill Brothers will now take on debutants Punjab Police at Jalandhar on December 16 while JCT will travel to Kochi to play against FC Kochin on December 18. 

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Bagan open campaign with win

Kolkata, December 13
Title aspirants Mohun Bagan opened their campaign in the sixth National Football League with a fluent 2-0 victory over local challengers Tollygunge Aggragami at the Salt Lake Stadium here today.

The glamour club struck twice in a span of three minutes through striker Abdulateef Seriki and medio James Singh early in the second session to seal the fate of their opponents in a match which seldom rose to great heights.

Bagan, who have won the coveted league title twice, were a pale shadow of themselves in the opening session but managed to raise their game in the second half to change the complexion of the match.

After a barren opening session, the local giants shot into the lead in the 47th minute with striker Abdulateef Seriki finding the target with a brilliant header, giving no chance at all to the rival custodian Sandip Nandy.

Even before the celebrations had died down in the galleries, Mohun Bagan consolidated their position three minutes later with James Singh, fed by a gentle pass by Barreto, found the target much to the delight of his team-mates.

Vasco, HAL play 1-1 draw

Margao
Vasco Sports Club Goa and new entrants Hindustan Aeronautics Ltd (HAL), Bangalore, played out 1-1 draw and split points in their opening round match of the sixth edition of the NFL at Fatorda today.

Both the goals came in the first half through Peter Rodriques in the 23rd minute for Vasco while Sunil Kumar equalised for HAL in the 36th minute. But the second half was a tale of missed chances for both the teams in which goalkeepers of both the teams played a crucial role in saving the day.

In an evenly balanced first half, in which Vasco had an edge made a first good move in the 18th minute when Sanjay Parte from the left flank fed to Daniel Colaco, whose long ranger try was well fisted over by rival goalkeeper Gumpe Rime. Similarly in the 22nd minute Vasco’s Satish Minz attempt was ballon over the bar.

Mahindras held

Bangalore
Mumbai outfit Mahindra United were held to a goalless draw by local giants Indian Telephone Industries in their opening fixture of the National Football League here today, where tempers ran high and two red cards shown.

The visitors’ Faruk Hyder and ITI’s Zaheer Abbas were sent out in the 38th minute after the interval following an altercation and exchange of blows.

Tempers ran high for a few seconds after fellow players entered into arguments before being pacified. Red cards to Hyder and Abbas mean they now face a one match suspension.

Earlier, Mahindra United and ITI, who wanted to start their campaign on a winning note, failed to take advantage of the chances that came their way. UNI, PTI

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Bopanna, Shruti in semis; Amanjot ousted
Our Sports Reporter

New Delhi, December 13
Top-seeded Rohan Bopanna of Maharashtra maintained his winning spree when he crushed eighth-seeded Kamala Kannan 6-3,6-2 to storm into the men’s singles semifinal of the DSCL Open National Tennis Championship at the Delhi Lawn Tennis Association court here today.

Bopanna, whose booming serve and volley game has claimed many a scalp in the recent weeks, added one more victim, when he outgunned Kamala Kannan of Tamil Nadu without working up much sweat.

Bopanna, whose deadly weapon is his thundering serve, played out the pre-match script to comprehensively outplay Kamala Kannan. Bopanna takes on defending champion Nitin Kirtane in the semifinal tomorrow.

Nitin Kirtane, for the first time in this edition of the championship, encountered serious opposition as Vishal Punna of Andhra Pradesh proved a tough nut to crack. But Nitin did crack the hard nut eventually, albeit after a three-set duel, to win at 6-2,5-7,6-0.

Fourth-seeded Vinod Sridhar conquered fifth-seeded Rishi Sridhar in a battle of the siblings from Tamil Nadu at 6-7 (3-7),6-3, 4-0 when Rishi conceded the tie. Vinod will take on giant-killer Vijay Kannan in the semifinal.

Vijay, who had created ripples when he ousted second-seeded Mustafa Ghouse yesterday, outgunned fifth seed and National Games champion Ajay Ramaswami of Maharashtra 4-6,6-2,6-3. Ramaswami seemed to have run out of steam after winning the first set, and Vijay wasted no time in seizing the advantage.

In the Boys under-18 event, top-seeded Amanjot Singh of Chandigarh crashed to a straight sets defeat against sixth-seeded Somdev K. Devvarman of Tamil Nadu at 4-6, 0-6. Parantap Chaturvedi of Delhi shocked third-seeded Jacco T. Mathew of Tamil Nadu 6-2, 7-6 (7-2) to setup a semi-final clash with Somdev. Tushar Liberhan kept alive Chandigarh’s hopes when he beat Aditya Madekar of Maharashtra 6-1,6-1. He will meet R. Arun Prakash of Tamil Nadu in the semifinal. Eighth-seeded Arun had to struggle to beat Anant Sitaram of Andhra Pradesh at 7-6 (7-5),6-2.

Like Bopanna, Shruti Dhawan of Chandigarh has also been mercilessly mowing down all opposition, and today, it was the turn of second-seeded Radhika Tulpule of Maharashtra to be at the receiving end of her fury. Shruti scored a 6-4,6-3 victory to set up a semifinal clash against fourth-seeded Sheetal Goutham of Karnataka. Sheetal got the better of Isha Lakhani of Maharashtra after a protracted battle at 7-6 (7-5), 7-5.

Defending champion Rushmi Chakravarthi was given a tough run by 15-year-old Sania Mirza of Andhra Pradesh before the top seed triumphed at 2-6, 6-4,6-2. Rushmi takes on third-seeded Sonal Phadke of Maharashtra in the semifinal. Sonal ended the winning spree of Tara Kanbargimath of Karnataka with a 6-4, 6-4 victory.

In the girls under-18 event, fifth-seeded Isha Lakhani knocked out compatriot and top seed Megha Vakharia 6-4,6-3 while unseeded Samrita Sekar stunned third-seeded Ankita Bhambri of Delhi 1-6, 6-3, 7-6 (7-2). On a day when seeds tumbled like nine pins, Preeti Rao of Tamil Nadu shocked seventh-seeded Krushmi Chheda of Maharashtra 1-6, 6-2, 7-5 while fourth-seeded Kartiki Bhat of Maharashtra ousted sixth-seeded Sanaa Bhambri of Delhi 7-5, 6-1.

Former champion Sunil Kumar Sipeaya of Chandigarh, who was beatem by Bopanna in the second round, kept himself in the fray in the doubles when he partnered Rishi Sridhar to beat Shivang Mishra and Anant Sitaram 1-6, 6-3, 7-6 (7-2). In the boys doubles event too, Chandigarh has some challenge left as Chhatwinder Singh and Saurabh Singh beat Anushman Dutta and Rupesh Roy 2-6, 7-6 (7-4), 6-0.

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Maharashtra, AI shuttlers shine

Bhopal, December 13
It was a good day today for Maharashtra and Air India shuttlers as most of their players advanced to the next round in the National Junior Badminton championship here.

In the second round matches, Nishad Dravid of Maharashtra defeated Surjan Boboro of Assam in straight games 7-2, 7-3, 7-0 while his stalemate Sagar Chopda took four sets to clear off Delhi’s Manish Rawat 7-1, 4-7, 7-4, 8-7.

Results: Anup Sridhar (AI) b S. Shrivastava (Chg) 7-1, 7-0, 7-0; N. Dravid (Mah) b S. Boboro (Asm) 7-2, 7-3, 7-0; A. Mohite (Mah) b B. Kiran Kumar (AP) 7-4, 7-0, 7-0; S. Chopra (Mah) b Manish Rawat (Del) 7-1, 4-7, 7-4, 8-7; Akshay Thakkar (Mah) b Vikram Saini (J&K) 7-0, 7-2, 7-0; Andeep Luise (AI) b Devjeet Singh (Manipur) 7-3, 7-2, 7-1; Rohan Castelino (AI) b Nilesh Saraf (Chg) 7-0, 7-1, 7-0; Sumit (Har) b Arindam Mukhurjee (WB) 3-7, 3-7, 7-5, 7-5, 7-5; Sandeep Kaushik (Del) b Surendra Pal (HP) 7-0, 7-0, 7-0; Vinith Manuel (Ker) b Gurjeet Bajwa (Chg) 7-5, 7-5, 7-5; Ramesh Naidu (Rly) b Balweer Rawat (U’chal) 7-3, 7-4, 7-0; Yogesh Chavan (Pun) b Piyush (Har) 7-3, 8-6, 5-7, 7-1; Jaydeep Sarwaiyya (Guj) b Biplav Raja (Asm) 8-6, 7-2, 5-7, 7-2; Vasu pandey (U’chal) b Praveen Upadhyay (Mah) 7-3, 7-3, 7-1. PTI
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5th successive title win for Irina
Tribune News Service

Chandigarh, December 13
Irina Brar India’s No. 1 lady golfer lifted the S. Wazir Singh Memorial Trophy presented to the Ladies Club Champion for the fifth consecutive year at the Chandigarh Golf Club today.

In the 36-hole strokeplay competition, she won the gross event bringing in scores of 74 and 75, leading the rest of the field by a huge margin of 30 strokes.

Mrs Madhu Brar was declared the nett winner submitting scores of 74 and 69. Mrs Darshi Narang finished runner-up with nett scores of 68 and 78.

Irina, a student of Vivek High School is a Sports Apprentice with Indian Oil. She has been dominating the Indian Ladies Golf Circuit with four wins in the four events held so far. She leaves for Bangalore on Saturday to participate in the Southern India Ladies Golf Championship.
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 SPORTS BRIEFS

BASKETBALL TITLE FOR MAHINDRA COLLEGE
PATIALA:
Government Mahindra College beat Government College of Physical Education 95-74 to annex the title for a record 11th time in the Punjabi University Inter-College Basketball Championships for men that concluded here today. Jaspreet (23), Jasjot Singh (18) and Manpreet Singh (16) were the star performers for Mahindra college in the final. The third spot was taken by Khalsa College, Patiala, who downed S.B.S College, Kotkapura, 65-45. OSR

LIBERALS HOCKEY
PATIALA:
The 26th All-India Liberals Hockey Tournament will be held at the Ripudaman College grounds at Nabha, from December 22 to 31. Giving this information, Mr G.S Bains, Chairman of the organising committee, disclosed that 30 top hockey outfits of the country have confirmed their participation in the tournament. A foreign outfit, Combined Forces from Bangladesh, which has nearly half a dozen international players in its ranks, has also confirmed its participation. The 10-day tournament will be inaugurated by the Deputy Commissioner, Mr J.S. Bir, while the Uttaranchal Governor, Mr S.S. Barnala, will be the chief guest on the final day. OSR

ROLLER SKATING TRIALS
PATIALA:
The trials to select the sub-junior, junior and senior Punjab roller skating teams will be held at Rink Hall here on December 15 and 16 at 2 pm, according to Mr T.B.S. Gill, Vice President of the Punjab Roller Skating Association. The selected teams will take part in the 39th sub-junior, junior and senior Roller Skating Championships slated to be held at Vishakhapatnam from January 15 to 20. OSR

BEST ATHLETES
SANGRUR:
Sukhpreet Singh and Prabhjot Kaur were declared the best athletes in the boys and girls section, respectively in the annual athletic meet of General Gurnam Singh Public School. Arjuna awardee Neelam J. Singh, gave away the prizes to the winners. OSR

INTER-COLLEGE BOXING
PHAGWARA:
Mohan Lal Uppal DAV College won eight medals, including two gold, in the inter-college Guru Nanak Dev University boxing championship to stand third, according to the college principal here. Lyallpur Khalsa College, Jalandhar won the boxing championship, while DAV College, Amritsar, were the runners-up. OC

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