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When Vishy lost to Kasparov

During September-October in 1995, P. Harikrishna would eagerly wait for his school teacher's update on the world chess championship match every day. “I was in fifth standard in a boarding school at G

IOB to meet IOC in summit clash

The `I' in IOC which has hitherto stood for Indian should decorously make way for `Invincible' vis-avis their hockey team. If they keep stretching their winning streak with the same thirst for victor

Ashwa Shakti fancied

L.V.R. Deshmukh-trained Ashwa Shakti, who showed lot of promise during the practice session, should claim the Major General Nawab Khusru Jung Bahadur Memorial Cup, the main event of the races to be held on Sunday. False rails are up.

Trance fancied to win Pune feature

Imtiaz A. Sait-trained Trance has the best credentials to win the S.A. Poonawalla Multi-Million, the feature event of the races to be held here on Sunday.

Rekindle clinches feature

Karthik Ganapathy-trained Rekindle was given a perfect ride by C.S. Jodha to clinch the Tattersalls Million, the feature event of the races held here on Saturday, in a tight finish edging out the late flashing Remember Me.

Monday Runners in Hyderabad

Following are the acceptances for the races to be held here on Monday.
1. The Red Orchid Plate 1600m 2:10 pm: All The Fun 61, Cascading Glory 57, Tripple Eight 52.5, Exclusive Lady 51, Anangalekha 50.

Da Xia, Ancillary impress on trials

Da Xia and Ancillary impressed when the horses were exercised at Malakpet Race Course here on Saturday.

Red-hot Vettel storms to fifth pole

Sebastian Vettel stormed to his fifth pole position of the season at the Singapore Grand Prix on Saturday as the brilliant young German stepped closer to his fourth world title in a row.

Lee wins Japan Open despite coach trouble

Tokyo: Malaysia's world badminton number one Lee Chong Wei overcame the shock resignation of his coach to outlast Kenichi Tago of Japan 23-21, 21-17, in the Japan Open final Sunday. Rashid Sidek, who

India 3rd in asian school track meet

Kerala athletes P U Chitra and Mohammed Afzal today brought cheers to the Indian camp by clinching a golden double each in the first-ever Asian School Track and Field Championship, being held at Kual

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I want to begin with a little story that was told to me by a leading executive at Aptech. He was exercising in a gym with a lot of younger people.

Shekhar Kapur’s Bandit Queen didn’t make the cut. Neither did Shaji Karun’s Piravi, which bagged 31 international awards.