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Tintinnabulation impresses

Tintinnbulation caught the eye when the horses were exercised at Malakpet Race Course here on Thursday.


NBA Jam to begin today

The 2013 edition of the NBA Jam 3x3 basketball will commence at the Muffakham Jah College in Hyderabad on Wednesday.

Chal Bhai Chal catches eye

Chal Bhai Chal, Galiat and Bold Attack impressed when the horses were exercised at Malakpet Race Course here on Wednesday.


Delhi rope in Kirsten as coach


The Delhi Daredevils, who finished at the bottom in IPL-6, have engaged Gary Kirsten, who coached India to the 2011 World Cup triumph before leading South Africa to the Test no.

Kiwis fight back against India A

Middle-order batsmen Corey Anderson and Anton Devcich staged a spirited fightback after early jitters as New Zealand A ended their first day’s play at 300/8 against India A in the second four-day Tes

Racing Ahead is too quick for rivals


L.V.R. Deshmukh-trained Racing Ahead was well ridden by P.S. Chouhan to win the Major Mir Mujtaba Hussain Memorial Cup 1400 metres, the main event of races held here on Monday.


Hotshots high in Hyderabad

They came, they saw, and yes, they conquered.

Acclaimed favourite

Pesi Shroff-trained Acclaimed looks set to clinch The Deccan Bookmakers Colts Championship Stakes (Grade III) 1600 metres, a classic event to be run on Sunday — the 13th day of the Hyderabad Monsoon m

Acceptances for Monday’s races

Following are the acceptances for the races to be held here on Monday.

BJP to oppose govt move to take over gold from temples: Swamy

The BJP will oppose government’s reported move to take into possession the gold belonging to some temples in a bid to mitigate the crisis caused by the yellow metal, Subramanian Swamy, former union minister and BJP leader said here Saturday.

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