Wednesday, Jan 28, 2015
More than facing quicks, Katich fears his new job
More than facing quicks, Katich fears his new job

Former Aussie opener knew all about being the 12th man. But this was different, very different.

Mystery spinner Sunil Narine pulls out of World Cup
Mystery spinner Sunil Narine pulls out of World Cup

Narine was reported for suspected action in September while playing in the CLT20 for KKR.

IPL petitioner asks Lalit Modi for loan to bail out Bihar cricket
IPL petitioner asks Lalit Modi for loan to bail out Bihar cricket

In November, Modi had said he was financing the petition against Srinivasan and others.

I can't see myself at United: Bale

Real Madrid winger Bale says he is happy at the Bernabeu and has no intention of moving to Manchester United.

When you have injuries, it's difficult, the comebacks: Nadal
Australian Open

The rangy Czech Berdych played majestically to reach his second semi-final at Melbourne Park.

Smith sweeps Australia's awards, bags Allan Border Medal

Smith polled 243 votes to win the best player award by a big margin ahead of opening batsman David Warner (175).


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Early strikes guide Australia to Asian Cup final

Another UAE upset never looked on the cards after Australia’s early salvo.

'It would be nice to take at least one title off Hamilton'
Formula One

Red Bull will rely heavily on the Australian as Sebastian Vettel is all set to drive with Ferrari.

'It's a pleasant surprise that Obama remembers my name'

The 'Flying Sikh' also lauded Prime Minister Narendra Modi for his "achievement" of being able to bring Obama to India.

Rohit Sharma out of action for at least a week
India tour of Australia

Rohit suffered from hamstring injury during the opening encounter against Australia.

Nadal's dominance over Berdych ends at 17
Australian Open

Berdych advanced to the semi-finals of the Australian Open with a clinical victory over world number 3, Rafael Nadal.

Nadal crashes out, Sharapova marches into semis
Australian Open

Tomas Berdych played arguably the grand slam quarter-final of his life to end the longest losing streak on the ATP Tour.

Haris Sohail feels 'supernatural presence' in his room in New Zealand
ICC Cricket World Cup 2015

Sohail complained of a supernatural presence in his room, forcing the management to shift him to another room.

Suryakumar quits as Mumbai captain, Tare steps in

Surya's resignation has been accepted by the selection committee of the Mumbai Cricket Association.

HIL: Ray of hope after Ranchi hold champs Delhi Waveriders

The Rays came out with more purpose after the change of ends and drew parity five minutes into the third quarter.

'Mohammad Aamir comeback not so soon’

Aamir's request for relaxation is on the agenda of one of the ICC meetings, starting Tuesday.

India vs Australia: Surviving on rain drops
India tour of Australia

India stay in contention for final after abandoned game give them two points, batting still remains a concern.

Australian Open 2015: David-slayer Kei Nishikori shy of Goliath status
Australian Open

Nishikori finished the year ranked No. 5, the highest ranking ever achieved by a man from Asia.

Kohli should bat No. 3 in ICC World Cup 2015, insists Chappell
ICC Cricket World Cup 2015

With Rohit Sharma and Kohli at the top of the order, India have their firepower to the for, Chappell said.

South Korea end long wait, beat Iraq 2-0 to reach final

South Korea will return to Stadium Australia next Saturday in search of a first Asian Cup crown since 1960.

At dusk, evening star Venus Williams rises
Australian Open

Venus Williams, 34 and well past her World No.1 days, makes her first Slam quarterfinals in over 4 years

Sania Mirza-Bruno Soares enter Round 3
Australian Open

The top-seeded Indo-Brazilian duo served past Abigail Spears and Santiago Gonzalez 7-5, 6-7 (3) [10-8].

FA Cup: Arsenal progress with 3-2 win

Goals from Theo Walcott, Mesut Ozil and Tomas Rosicky helped Arsenal conquer an obdurate Brighton side.

Dani Parejo double helps Valencia climb to fourth
Spanish La Liga

Real Madrid lead the standings with 48 points, one more than Barcelona and four clear of champions Atletico Madrid.

We know it will be a tough game against Chelsea, says Rodgers
English Premier League

Chelsea were dumped out of the FA Cup by League One (third tier) Bradford City on Saturday.

After his forgettable debut at MCG, meet Rahul the role-model

Rahul debuted for India in Melbourne and scored only 4 runs before getting a ton in the Sydney Test.