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.
Mr Srinivasa Reddys candidature was proposed by the Chief Minister and leaders of all parties supported it.
Seven city flyovers structurally unsound.
The first sitting was chaired by pro tem Speaker Mumtaz Ahmed Khan of the Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen.
The Governor said, I hope in my lifetime this conference will be held and there will be standardisation of costs.
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Two persons, V. Ramakrishna and his live-in partner C. Mahalakshmi, were arrested as part of the fraud.
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It will showcase four models on a 50-feet platform. The models include Su-30MKI and Tejas.
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The students marched to Velivada at the North Shopping Complex and held the programme there.
The gang drilled a hole in the pipeline, installed an electric motor and fixed a hose to pilfer the diesel.
The CLP meeting passed a unanimous resolution authorising Congress president Rahul Gandhi to select the CLP leader.