Hyderabad: Himalay Agarwal scored a whopping 156 to take Sporting XI to a strong total of 476 against BDL on second day of the Hyderabad Cricket Association’s top division league. BDL in reply lost an early wicket with the score at 40 by close of play.
Meanwhile, in a Group ‘B’ match mediumpacer N. Anirudh scalped 5 for 58 to help Gemini Friends restrict Hyderabad Bottling to 28-run first inning lead after being bundled out for 207. In their second innings, Gemini Friends scored 87 for the loss of one wicket at the end of second day’s play.
Resuming at his overnight score of 125, Himalay continued his momentum and added another 31 runs. He hit 17 fours and two sixes off 398 balls during his knock. Mir Jaweed Ali, Yudhvir Singh and Sunny Patsa also lend valuable support as they scored 89, 92 and 58 respectively.
Chennai Metro Rail Limited had about 59,000 commuters on average on its 35-km network every day.
Telangana police, for the third time has been adjudged the best in passport verification.
Mr Rama Rao said the six-lane 682-metre flyover will connect Puranapul with Zoo Park.
Rasheed was earlier arrested by the Hyderabad police for fraudulently obtaining passports and arranging visas for people,said the official.
Upon questioning relatives and neighbours, they closed in on Prashanth who later confessed to the crime.
More details will be posted on the official website https://tseamcet.nic.in on July 7.
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Yuvatha Meluko founder Ramesh Chary, school HM Chandramouli, villagers Pedda Veeraswamy, Pra-tap and Gopi were present.
The post-mortem report stated that it was an accidental death due to the bite of leopard.
Rs 50 crore could be saved if irregularities are curbed.
During a media interaction here, Dr Laxman said Mr Shah would visit the state in mid-July.
He told the court that the district education officers had no power to transfer teachers.