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Champions Trophy 2003
August 14, 2003 16:41 IST
Last Updated: August 14, 2003 16:54 IST
When India brought down the German wall
With just 9 appearances out of 24 editions, India have hardly been major force in the elite league.
Five-minute warning for India
The Indian hockey team while being upbeat about their campaign at the Champions Trophy are still jittery about the 'five-minute zone' that has seen them ending up on the losing side from a winning position.
"Champions Trophy crucial for India"
After successive title wins in Australia and Germany, India now takes on the top teams of world hockey, raring to cement their place in the big league with an inspired performance in the Champions Trophy.
Champions: In a league of its own
A hockey tournament that starts and ends with a potential Olympic final. That's the Champions Trophy for you.
Didar, who the heck is Didar?
The inclusion of Didar Singh. The question begs itself: Who is he? And how does he suddenly come into the senior national side for a major international tournament involving the six elite hockey-playing nations in the world?
Indians need to shake off chokers' tag
High on confidence, Pillay & Co ready to take on Holland and Germany.
Holland coach looks for repeat
Dutch coach Joost Bellaart is leaving no stone unturned to bring the best out of his boys during the forthcoming Champions Trophy.
Third place would be satisfactory: Zaman
While the contestants will be vying for top honours at elite Champions Trophy this month, Pakistan hockey coach Tahir Zaman said even third place would be satisfactory.
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