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It was one of the big moments as badminton was introduced in 1992 Olympics in Barcelona only. Although I did not have any big result, it was a big achievement, says shuttler Lakshmi
This Hyderabad off-spinner played in 35 Tests and took 102 wickets.
Mohd Azharuddin was his roommate in junior cricket for many years
We give equal importance to sports. We believe that sports will help students to build confidence to excel in their education, says Marri Rajashekar Reddy, Chairman of MLRIT
Raj Mishra is a State walker and has been representing Telangana in the National athletics championship
Our umpires only get either under-19 or Women’s World Cup but not beyond that. There is a need to give opportunities to the Indian umpires, says the former international umpire
The 'Flying Sikh' is happy that there is a colony named after him at EME Centre in Secunderabad Cantonment area, where he spent eight years
To be an Alumni of such a glorious educational academy is indeed a reason to feel privileged and great pride.
Azharuddin proudly says: “Kiran was my captain right from under-19 days. He encouraged me a lot as he knew that I had a lot of talent.”
Hyderabad’s PR Man Singh, now in his 80s, rewinds to those glorious moments in the history of world cricket.
Arshad Ayub was one of the key players in Hyderabad’s second Ranji Trophy triumph in 1986-87 season
As a player, Ramana left an indelible mark and on retirement he stamped his authority as a reliable coach
Anand held the No.1 in the country for quite a number of years.
Krishna, the former National champion, said as a sportsperson, they have seen high and lows in their careers.
He was awarded with Arjuna Award in 1974 and then was honoured with Dronacharya Award in 1995.
SL Venkatapathy Raju became the first left-arm spinner from Hyderabad to play for India from the land of off-spinners.
This 54-year-old was honoured with Dronacharya Award in 2006 for his outstanding contribution in rowing.
"To be honest, I was a late entry into sports and I never showed any interest till I was 45 years," says Reddy, Chairman of MLRIT
For the first time ever, there was a total shutdown, unheard of in the history of sports
The Hyderabad star lists how various cricketers with whom he played, battled adversities