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Bank of the West Classic Tennis


Indian tennis star Sania Mirza was in the Bay Area to take part in the Bank of the West Classic tennis tournament. A Siliconeer photo essay.


(Above): India’s tennis sensation awaits a serve from her opponent at the Bank of the West Classic Women’s Tennis tournament in Stanford, Calif. Sania lost in her first match at the hands of Anne Keothavong, a British 83 ranked player in a straight sets, 6-7 (4) 1-6. The Bank of the West Classic is the longest-running women-only professional tennis tournament in the world and is the first stop of the US Open Series. A Sony Ericsson WTA Tour Tier II event, the Bank of the West Classic features a 28-player singles draw and a 16-team doubles draw with total prize money of $600,000. (Sharif Ahmed/Siliconeer photo)


(Above): Fans, young and old flocked tennis stars to get autographs and collectibles. There was a lot of excitement specially among young kids who also got to play tennis at special game stands and enjoy a carnival-like setting including face painting, balloons, photo opportunities and numerous other fun activities. (Siliconeer photo)


(Above): Sania Mirza in action at the Bank of the West Classic Women’s tennis U.S. Open Series tournament. The week-long sporting event featured women tennis stars from all over the world and was held at Stanford University’s campus at the Taube Family Tennis Stadium, July 14-20. (Sharif Ahmed/Siliconeer photo)


(Above): Models display fashion wear at a fashion show held in association with Nirvana magazine.

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INDEPENDENCE DAY SPECIAL
The Parrot’s Beak: A Sikh American Passage
In this month of India’s Independence, we salute an Indian American heroine. We present an autobiographical sketch by Kartar Dhillon.


NUCLEAR POLICY
False Premise: Indo-U.S. Nuclear Deal
The U.S.-India nuclear accord is actually testament to the large-scale failure of the Indian Department of Atomic Energy, writes M.V. Ramana.


TECHNOLOGY
Infotech Nepal: Berkeley Meet
The Computer Association of Nepal-USA organized a two-day conference at the UC Berkeley, writes Bineet Sharma.



ENTERTAINMENT
IIFA Awards 2008
A Siliconeer Exclusive Photo Essay


OTHER STORIES
EDITORIAL: A Sikh American in California
NEWS DIARY: July
SUBCONTINENT: Cell Phones: India Worried
ETHICS: Dow and IIT Bombay
SOCIAL WORK: Goodbye, Polio
ACHIEVEMENT: Eagle Court of Honor
SPORTS: Sania Mirza in Bay Area
TRAVEL: Alamos, Mexico
CULTURE: Srikanto Acharya Concert
AUTO REVIEW: 2008 Nissan Altima Hybrid
RECIPE: Khasta Kachori
FILM REVIEW: Brick Lane
TAMIL CINEMA: Subramanyapuram
BOLLYWOOD: Guftugu
COMMUNITY: News in Brief
BUSINESS: News Briefs
INFOTECH INDIA: Round-up
HOROSCOPE: August


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