23rd Veteran National Table Tennis Championships 2015
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Chandigarh, March 2: Malay Thakkar of Gujarat and Minu Basak of West Bengal claimed the men’s and women’s 40-Plus singles titles in the Stag 23rd Veteran National Table Tennis Championships which concluded here at the Panjab University Gymnasium Hall today.

 

Both the finals or, for that matter, most other finals turned out to be one-sided affairs and failed to raise any glamour quotient. Mallay beat Mukul Boro of RBI 3-0 and Minu downed Mum M

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Chandigarh, March 1: Notwithstanding some keen contests brewing in singles events, the main draw events separated real contenders from also-rans as the pre-quarterfinal results this afternoon proved in the Stag 23rd Veteran National Table Tennis Championships at the Panjab University Gymnasium Hall here.

 

But there were quite a few tough battles for supremacy, except in a few categories and that highlighted the importance of advancing to the next stage b

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Chandigarh, February 29:  With the team events getting over last evening, it was a real testing time for individuals as the Stag 23rd Veteran National Table Tennis Championships at the Panjab University Gymnasium Hall entered its most crucial phase here today.

 

It was evident from 8 a.m. onwards with the qualification matches in three men’s categories—40 plus, 50 plus and 60

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Chandigarh, February 28:  Teams from Maharashtra swept four of six men’s titles, leaving the other two to be shared between Madhya Pradesh and Tamil Nadu in the Stag 23rd Veteran National Table Tennis Championships which started at the Panjab University Gymnasium Hall here today.

 

Women from Karnataka (40+) and West Bengal (50+) claimed the team championships in the only two categories they competed.

 

The domination of Ma

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Chandigarh, February 27:  Karnataka beat Telangana 3-2 in what was best first-round 60-Plus Category match on Day 1 on the Stag 23rd Veteran National Table Tennis Championships which started at the Panjab University Gymnasium Hall here today.

 

Rajen Kothari not only had to play the crucial fifth rubber but needed to win to help Karnataka enter the second round. And that is what he precisely when he beat G. Christopher after K. Ramakrishna had p

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