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Miffed BAI gags players

“The BAI doesn’t ask for bouquets but brickbats are a little bit too much,” read a Badminton Association of India letter marked to players and officials of the Indian Badminton League on Monday.

Shutdown in parts of AP, normal life hit

Students and teachers take an oath at a school in Tirupati on Wednesday against the creation of Telangana. 	— PTI

Widespread protests were witnessed in several parts of Andhra and Rayalaseema regions with people taking to streets, organising rallies, demonstrations and burning tyres and effigies of UPA leaders as

Telangana: Bandh in Rayalaseema, coastal Andhra

Normal life was disrupted in Rayalaseema and coastal Andhra regions Wednesday as a shutdown began in the two regions against the decision of the Congress and the United Progressive Alliance (UPA) to create Telangana state out of Andhra Pradesh.

Rayala Telangana adds twist to division of AP

Shias take out a procession from Masjid-e-Kufa to Patanala in connection with the martyrdom of Hazrat Ali in Lucknow on Monday.

The proposal to merge two Rayalaseema districts with the 10 Telangana districts to form Rayala Telangana seems to have replaced Hyderabad as the most contentious issue in the state’s impending divisio

Bruised woman lies unattended at AP hospital

Seventy-year-old bruised and injured Saidamma has been lying in the corridors at the back of the emergency section of the Osmania General Hospital since July 25.

Cristiano romps home

S.A.Shehzad Abbas-trained Cristiano was well ridden by Ch K. Chary to win the S. Ramakrishnam Raju Memorial Cup 1400 metres, the main event of races here on Monday.

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Hyderabad runners for races on Friday

Following are the runners for the opening day’s races of the Hyderabad Monsoon Season to be held here on Friday.

Kohinoor wish shines at practice

Kohinoor Wish pleased when the following horses were exercised at the Malakpet Race Course on Wednesday.

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Jwala flays IBL organisers for auction mess

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Even before it got underway, the Indian Badminton League was mired in controversy over the ‘devaluation’ of two of India’s premiere shuttlers — Jwala Gutta and Ashwini Ponnappa.

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