In the red, CAB splurges Rs 1crore on celebrations
In the red, CAB splurges Rs 1crore on celebrations

Over the past the few years, the CAB has fared miserably in terms of revenue generation.

Hockey World League: Belgium thrash India 4-0
Hockey World League: Belgium thrash India 4-0

Indian backline looked slow and sloppy, with the sole exception of goalkeeper Sreejesh.

India begin SABA campaign with emphatic wins
India begin SABA campaign with emphatic wins

Indian men's basketball team steamrolled past eastern neighbours Nepal and Bangladesh.

Fit-again Mohammad Irfan included in Pakistan squad for Sri Lanka ODIs

Pakistan will play a five-match ODI series against Sri Lanka starting July 11.

Yasir Shah puts Pakistan on top despite Dimuth Karunaratne's ton for Sri Lanka on Day 1

Yasir picked up four wickets for 77 runs as Sri Lanka ended Day 1 on 272/8 with Karunaratne contributing 130 runs.

Copa America: Chile have a big blank to fill

Chile, with a great generation of players, have opportunity of a lifetime to win first Copa America title.


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James Faulkner charged with drink-driving

James Faulkner has been released on bail and will face a court hearing in Manchester on July 21.

Rosberg fastest in British GP practice

Nico Rosberg lapped with a best time of one minute 34.274 seconds during the practice.

Twitterati hails Brown for stunning win over Nadal

Dustin Brown stunned Rafael Nadal 7-5 3-6 6-4 6-4 in second round of Wimbledon 2015.

Vijender said yet to sign contract, only gave consent: DGP

Boxer meets Khattar, Vij & Haryana DGP; Cabinet to decide on his fate as DSP.

Minus Sushil, what happens in Vegas

In the absence of an injured Sushil Kumar, Narsingh Yadav gets an opportunity to bag an Olympic quota at Worlds.

Harbhajan celebrates 35th birthday, twitterati wishes

Harbhajan has been selected for the ODI team that will face Zimbabwe.

Work-in-progress India face Belgian wall

After securing a come-from-behind win against Malaysia, India face Belgium test in HWL.

Brown stuns Nadal in Wimbledon Rd 2

Earlier, Andy Murray and Roger Federer cruised into Rd 3 after winning their respective matches.

After Modi's allegations, Raina says 'never involved in any wrong doing'

Modi had alleged that two leading Indian cricketers and a West Indian player had been bribed by an Indian real estate tycoon.

South Africa apologise for breaching security in Dhaka

Ground staff were taken by a surprise when they saw the device overhead.

I could not turn down Sourav Ganguly's offer: Pragyan Ojha

Pragyan Ojha was approached by Sourav Ganguly to turn out for Bengal for the upcoming domestic season.

Good thing is to have penalty corner options: Paul van Ass

Raghunath was to be the first-choice penalty flicker in Antwerp, backed by Jasjit, while Rupinder was to be rested.

WWC: Japan reach final after England score own goal

Injury-time own goal by England's Laura Bassett gives Japan 2-1 win in World Cup semi; to face US in final.

After turning pro, Vijender meets Haryana CM

There was no official word on what transpired in the meeting which lasted for about 30 minutes in Chandigarh.

Sania-Hingis ease into women's doubles Rd 2

The top seeded Indo-Swiss pair defeated Diyas and Zheng 6-2 6-2 in the opening women's doubles match.

Harris racing against time to be fit for first Test

Harris took a couple of wickets in the first tour match against Kent but admitted his right knee had bothered him.

On hottest day, Djokovic and Serena breeze ahead

Djokovic will face Bernard Tomic while Serena will be up against Daniela Hantuchova.

At home in Silverstone, Hamilton aims for ‘perfect weekend’

Lewis Hamilton won last year's race but team mate and title rival Nico Rosberg took pole position.

Kei Nishikori pulls out of Wimbledon with calf strain

Kei Nishikori beat Italian Simone Bolelli in the first round.

Wimbledon: Paes-Nestor enter Rd 2

Paes and Nestor quelled the challenge from the Serbian pair of Victor Troicki and Dusan Lajovic.

We'll play the way we play: Haddin

Brad Haddin said he had no qualms about one of his compatriots being in charge of the 'old enemy'.