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Tuesday 01 February 1994
ALAN COOKE saved three match points to squeeze into the final of the Commonwealth Championships here in India yesterday, writes James Leigh from Hyderabad.
Sunday 30 January 1994
Andrew Eden, the newcomer who won twice as England retained the Commonwealth team title on Friday, put up a sterling performance in the second round of the men's singles before succumbing to the world No 14 in four games in Hyderabad, India, yesterday, writes James Leigh. The 20-year-old Lancastrian led the top-
Saturday 29 January 1994
ENGLAND'S men retained their team title at the Commonwealth Championships with a 5-3 victory over Canada, but the women were runners-up after a 3-1 defeat to the top-seeded title holders, Hong Kong, here yesterday, writes James Leigh from Hyderabad, India.
Tuesday 25 January 1994
ALAN COOKE, the 1989 champion, hopes both to regain his title and challenge for three medals at the Commonwealth championships starting here today, writes James Leigh from Hyderabad, India. If the Derbyshire player does win the men's singles again, he could earn two golds because England's men are serious contenders for the team event.
Wednesday 26 May 1993
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Saturday 01 May 1993
THROUGH the doors to the ballroom they wafted, women in taffeta and silk, puff skirts and sequins, followed by tall men in black tie. A man staggering along the pavement on Park Lane did not seem much taken by the sight. 'Murderers]' he shouted. His reaction seemed harsh, on a day when even Class War might have opened the champagne. Down the road, Her Majesty had just decided to open Buckingham Palace to hoi polloi, at pounds 8 a head.
Monday 25 January 1993
HYDERABAD (Reuter) - This southern Pakistani city was in mourning yesterday after two bombs killed 23 people and injured about 100.
Whack] Another kerb crawler collared: Special police units in New Delhi are using strong-arm tactics to combat sexual harassment, or 'Eve teasing'. Christine Aziz reports
Wednesday 26 August 1992
IN ONE of New Delhi's smarter residential districts, a young woman strolls towards a crowded bus stop. A middle- aged man on a blue scooter slows down beside her and begins a wobbly kerb crawl. 'Would you come to a hotel with me?' he asks, raising the visor of his crash helmet and stopping. The woman casually approaches him. 'How much money do you charge?' he asks. Without changing the expression on her face, the woman raises her hand and whacks the man across the head.
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