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Giants set for ONE FC showdown
Giants set for ONE FC showdown
Three world title bouts in the biggest MMA night-out in the region at the Dubai World Trade Centre on Thursday morning.
India-UAE Friendship Cup
India-UAE Friendship Cup
The clubhouse at Jumeirah Golf Estates will host a special photography exhibition during the tournament.
Harika and Ju share World GP chess lead
Harika and Ju share World GP chess lead
Indian GM Harika Dronavalli drew with world champion GM Hou Yifan of China to maintain the lead but GM Ju Wenjun of China tied her at 2˝ points each after three rounds.
Al Badia ready to host big event
The man charged with ensuring the Al Badia golf course is in tip top condition is Golf Course Superintendent Patrick Ryan.
Shaikh Mohammed attends crowning of Hamdan in WEG
Shaikh Mohammed attends crowning of Hamdan in WEG
Shaikh Mohammed praised Shaikh Hamdan for good planning which enabled him to gain high skill and competence to win the race successfully.
Al Ain show who is the boss
Al Ain show who is the boss
The Garden City club toyed with Al Ittihad behind closed doors to land their first win on Saudi Arabian soil in eight visits.
Dalic eyes semis versus his old club
Dalic eyes semis versus his old club
The Croatian said that they wasted a lot of opportunities in the first half but was happy that the job got done.
Al Ain deserve to be in semis: Al Ittihad coach
Al Koroni said that a few new players in their squad meant that they were yet to settle in and gave that as another reason for the defeat.
Harika Dronavalli takes World GP lead in Sharjah
Harika Dronavalli takes World GP lead in Sharjah
The series will choose the Challenger to the Women’s World Championship next year.
Katinka Hosszu expected to rule the pool again
2014 is shaping up as another great year, with her successes in Berlin last week setting her up for a tilt at her third Swimming World Cup title when competition commences this week.
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