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Waking up to football
The Indian football team needs a coach of the calibre of S.A. Rahim to guide them to competition level.
Harikrishna has set his eyes on the China Open coming up in July and is working at constantly improving his game.
`God's Favourite,' the latest play by DCH staged at the new auditorium, Shilpa Kala Vedika was an evening for gentle laughs.
Play for a cause
`I'm not Baji Rao' is being staged at the Shilpa Kala Vedika by the Rotary Club of Secunderabad on June 23.
In these days of football fever, cricket enthusiasts may not be getting enough of the game. Browsing the sites below will help fans have a field day.
Organising systematic league tournaments regularly has helped A.P. achieve a good record in women's cricket, writes ABHIJIT SEN GUPTA.
Enjoy a cruise of a lifetime in luxury liners of Star Cruises for an exotic holiday to South East Asia and the Far East.
Go Goa is the new mantra of the Goa tourism officials who are projecting the State as a perfect holiday resort.
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