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We want to win it for Rahul, says Menaria

Chennai Super Kings or Trinidad and Tobago, it would have been the same for the hosts. So said Rajasthan Royals all-rounder Ashok Menaria ahead of the first Champions League T20 semi-final at the Sawai Man Singh Stadium here on Friday.

Gurbani extends lead on Day 2

Overnight leader Gurbani Singh dominated the proceedings on Day Two as well, opening up a 10-stroke lead over her nearest rival at the Usha Chandigarh Ladies and Junior Girls Golf Championship 2013 on Thursday.

IGU names team of six for Asia-Pacific seniors

The Indian Golf Union has announced a six-member national team for the Asia-Pacific seniors championship, to be held at the Montgomerie Links Golf Course in Danang, Vietnam, from November 20 to 23. The team above the age of 55 will have four players from the Noida Golf Course — Gangesh Khaitan (captain), Vijay Kumar, Nalin Kant, Brig. Ashish Dube.

Shweta takes six-stroke lead

Rookie Pune golfer Shweta Galande rode on six birdies on the back nine to produce another card of 66, and lead the penultimate round of the 9th leg of the Hero Women’s Professional Golf Tour event in Bengaluru on Wednesday.

Promote or not is Akki’s call

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His record at the box office has been solid, but recent mis-steps mean that Akshay Kumar is under the “scanner”. It started with the weak reviews of Shirish Kunder’s Joker. Akshay backed out of the film’s promotions, leaving the team at a loss.

Where did a festival leave a sea of waste?

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After the Reading Music Festival got over last weekend, the 90,000 odd visitors to the festival left behind a sea of rubbish which included abandoned tents, cigarette butts, half eaten food and garbage which is taking a full team of people, several days to clean up.

Tintinabulation, Vijays Pride impressive

Tintinabulation, Vijays Pride and Golden Arrow caught the eye when the horses were exercised at Malakpet Race Course here on Wednesday.

Runners for friday races

Following are the runners for the races to be held here on Friday.
1. The Squanderer Plate 1600m 2:00 Pm: Royal Prodigy 62, Too Cold To Hold 62, Behram 57.5, Brownie 57.5, Born To Perform 56, Aladdin 55, Mr Hurricane 52.5, Starscream 52.

Zip Away clinches Asian Age Cup

Bharath T. Singh-trained Zip Away was ably piloted by M.I. Qureshi to bag the Asian Age Cup, the feature event of the races held here on Wednesday.

Charlatan is favourite

Suleiman Attaollahi-trained Charlatan holds an edge over rest of the contenders to win the Mysore Million, the highlight of the races to be held here on Thursday.


Kashmir’s history is dotted with natural calamities and man-made disasters. And over the centuries the people of Jammu and Kashmir have perfected the art of rising from the ashes. They have seen famines and epidemics, floods and earthquakes, blazes and mayhem, organised violence and massacres, forced and voluntary migrations, incarcerations and worse.