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Archives for August 2004
I will stick to foreign coaches (8/26/2004)
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New Delhi: August 27, 2004: In an interview to national telecaster Doordarshan Sports channel, KPS G...
"What's Hockey" (8/2/2004)
-S. Mageshwaran
MAHATMA Gandhi was a man of vision. In 1932, a group of people approached Mahatma asking him to ...
You Can Do it -- Part I (8/9/2004)
-K. Arumugam
New Delhi: August 8, 2004: “The Olympic Games are unique. There are of course myriad reasons: from t...
You Can Do It -- Part II (8/11/2004)
-K. Arumugam
Olympics. The most successful event anywhere in the peace time history of mankind. Any second opinio...
Historic 15th Olympics for Ashwini Kumar (8/9/2004)
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New Delhi: 8th August, 2004. Ashwini Kumar, former vice president, International Olympic Committee,...
It would be Germany this time: Anwar Khan (8/10/2004)
-Arun Arnaw
An interview with Pak hockey living legend

Anwar Ahmed Khan is one of the hockey greats,...

You Can Do It -- Part III (8/13/2004)
-K. Arumugam
Mind & body, to me, is fitness and attitude. Mutual respect, in the sporting context, is encourag...
2004 Olympics: India falters in the opener (8/16/2004)
-Arun Arnaw
The second minute goal by Dutch striker Marten Eikelboom not only snatched the initiative of the mat...
Moment of Truth for India (8/16/2004)
-Patrick Rowley
I have been wondering what sort of a man dared to be India's first foreign coach. I had my answe...
Round One belongs to Europeans (8/18/2004)
-Patrick Rowley
You could say round one to Europe except, of course, Europeans are now coaching the Asian giants. ...
A Nightmare (8/20/2004)
-Patrick Rowley
"A nightmare happened there", were the first words of Gerhard Rach, India's German coach, as he fac...
This team looked tired (8/24/2004)
-Patrick Rowley
So it's India v Pakistan. Much as everyone in Asia would have wished it were for a place in the fina...
Agony for India (8/20/2004)
-Arun Arnaw
The last half-minute laxity cost India the do or die battle against Australia. It almost put full st...
India diminishes amidst Umpiring showdown (8/22/2004)
-Arun Arnaw
The shadow of the last half-minute debacle in the previous match was clearly evident in the body lan...
India and Pakistan at Olympics Hockey (8/25/2004)
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Hockey will be at its classic best whenever the two former giants of the stick and ball game, In...
Injuries have taken a great toll (8/26/2004)
-Patrick Rowley
Injuries and tiredness have taken a huge toll in Athens. India are not the only team to have suffere...