L.V.R. Deshmukh-trained Vijay Viraaj, who maintains form, may repeat in the Golconda Juvenile Million (Grade III), 1400 metres, the feature event of the races to be held here on Monday. False rails are up.
L.V.R. Deshmukh-trained Plenipotent was well ridden by Imran Chisty to win the T. Chandrasekhar Reddy Memorial Cup 1400 metres, the main event of the races held here on Sunday.
Three days shy of his 30th birthday, R. Vinay Kumar gave himself an early birthday gift as his fruitful labour of 6/47 became the best Irani Cup figures by a Karnataka bowler.
Eminent golfer Jeev Milkha Singh launched Callaway’s Big Bertha driver in the capital on Sunday.
Big Bertha is the world’s first driver to enable independent adjustments of four significant performance characteristics, optimising trajectory, control and distance for individual golfers.
Local golfer Mithun Perera fired a six-under 65 to grab the sole lead even as India’s Rashid Khan pulled off the day’s lowest card, a scintillating nine-under 62, on the penultimate day of the Standard Chartered Open at the Royal Colombo Golf Club in Colombo.
The dog days are ahead and being prepared is not restricted just to women. Here are a few tips men can consider to keep them cool even in the sweltering heat.
Edinburgh-based artist Jessica Harrison’s latest project, named Broken, features found, mass produced porcelain figurines that are stabbed, beheaded and skinned. What used to be a product that revealed the beauty of the feminine body is now as gory as it can get.
Delhi Audit thrashed DTC by eight wickets in a DDCA League match in the capital on Saturday.
Ankur Julka (3/6) Anil Bhatt (3/21) and Saini (2/8) tore through the DTC line up, shooting them out for just 76. Delhi Audit easily overhauled the target in just 9.2 overs.
A fine batting by Neha Rani along with some tight bowling helped Laxmi Bai College beat Gargi College by 20 runs to clinch the Bharti women’s cricket tournament in the capital on Friday.
Five-time world boxing champion and Olympic bronze medalist M.C. Mary Kom could soon be donning a new role — endorsing the country’s largest paramilitary force, as its brand ambassador.