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Honey Baisoya's splendid 64 makes him round one leader

Panchkula (Haryana): Honey Baisoya of Delhi shot a splendid eight-under-64 to take the honours in round one of the PGTI Players Championship presented by Panchkula Golf Club here today.Delhi's Manav

Changes in my shooting technique paid off: Deepika

New Delhi: On a high after her silver medal-winning effort in the prestigious World Cup final in Paris, ace archer Deepika Kumari says "few changes in her shooting technique" have been paying rich di

The Indianisation of Asia series has worked for us: Sharma

New Delhi: The decision to convert their Asia series into an Indian championship has proved beneficial for the young racers of the country as they have managed to catch international attention, Sanja

Vijayshaurya fancied

L.V.R. Deshmukh-trained Vijayshaurya, who finished second to stablemate Mystical Knight in his last run, is set to make amends in the Deccan Chronicle Gold Cup 2400 metres, the feature event of the races to be held on Tuesday. There are no false rails.

Stenson bags $11.4 million

Henrik Stenson knows better than most players how it feels to go from the depths of a slump to the elite in golf.
He’s done it twice now. And the second time was sweeter — and richer — than ever.

Sindhu, Kashyap win in team championship in PSPB meet

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New Delhi: Top shuttlers P V Sindhu and P Kashyap won their respective matches to lead BPCL and IOCL respectively to women's and men's team championship finals on the opening day of the 35th PSPB Int

Title no. 3 for Radwanska

Top-seeded Agnieszka Radwanska rallied from a set down on Sunday to beat Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova 6-7 (6), 6-3, 6-4 and win the Korea Open.

Falcon takes reigns at Pune main event

Mallesh Narredu-trained Falcon was ably guided by Suraj Narredu to bag the S.A. Poonawalla Multi-Million the feature event of the races held here on Sunday.

Hidden Destiny romps home at feature

Laxman Singh-trained Hidden Destiny was well ridden by S.S. Tanwar to win the Major General Nawab Khusru Jung Bahadur Memorial Cup 1000 metres, the main event of races held here on Sunday.

Peerless Vettel triumphs

Sebastian Vettel took a huge step towards his fourth straight world title Sunday with a superlative victory in Singapore that left his rivals fighting for scraps.

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