Sardar tells The Indian Express that even though it is frustrating to see coaches come and go, Van Ass’s departure won’t have a big impact.
Camping in a tiny Himachal hamlet, eight thousand feet above sea level, the Van Ass saga and its repercussions have not been felt by the team.
Batra said they would request Oltmans to stay on till the 2018 World Cup, which will be held in India.
Mihir Vasavda speaks to four of Paul van Ass’ predecessors about the fears and frustrations of the India job.
To deepen the crisis, assistant coach Jude Felix too is reported to have resigned on Friday.
The players have also said that high performance director Roelant Oltmans is the best possible option to take over the reins from his compatriot.
In his brief stint as coach, outspoken Paul van Ass showed he was ready to take on hierarchy even at the cost of his job.
Paul van Ass told The Indian Express that he did not know why he had been dismissed.
Van Ass' inability to submit his report on India’s performance at the World League has intensified speculations that he won’t be continuing.
While Narinder Batra was in the middle of his address to the players, Van Ass intervened and asked Batra to leave the field.
Somdev Devvarman heads into Davis Cup tie versus New Zealand on the back of first title in five months.
Paul van Ass — currently on a leave, visiting Holland —himself is believed to have said he is unsure when he will return.
Shahid Judge and Mihir Vasavda peek behind the scenes to find how sportsmen cope when thrust under the spotlight of money and glamour.
17 out of 40 players drafted in ISL are from the region; Chhetri attracts highest bid at Rs 1.20 crore.
World Cup bronze medallist Apurvi Chandela, did not show up for the event. Instead, she was on a flight back home.
But Hockey India high performance director will continue in his post.
SAG organising committee and sports ministry officials will meet to finalise the programme for the regional meet.
Rajput was not selected for the Indian squad for the season's final World Cup that will be held in Azerbaijan next month.
The Indian Express takes a look at the areas where India lost the plot in Antwerp.
Karun Chandhok, who also competed at Le Mans this year, believes the event provides an alternative route into mainstream motorsport.
Vijender Singh will have to change technique, build endurance to adapt to pro ranks.
Under the new rules, the points earned in the ranking round will have no bearing on the ultimate outcome of the trials.
After India’s loss to tiny Guam in WC qualifiers, coach Constantine believes poaching Indian players living abroad is the way forward.
At 6.30 am, they will enter the boxing hall of the National Institute of Sports in Patiala but they won’t be in their boxing gear. Instead, they will walk in with their yoga mats and join in the International Yoga Day celebrations.
India to try out ‘total hockey’ as Dutch coach looks to strengthen defence in World League Semifinals.
It is learnt that national coach Constantine had already raised the issue with the federation before the Guam match.
Ranked 33 places above the Pacific island nation, India are favourites in World Cup/Asian Cup qualifier.
Mary Kom is in Bangalore, training for next year’s world championships which will also serve as Rio qualifiers.
Controversial off-side decision after Chhetri's wonder strike denies India an equalisier against Oman.
Under Stephen Constantine, India face stiff challenge against Oman in a World Cup/Asian Cup qualifier.
Ahead of the World Cup qualifiers, Mihir Vasavda peeks into what it means to be small in the giant world of football.
Four years ago, he sold a couple of rooms that belonged to the family to continue his travels. Meet Bagan's die-hard fan.
During a 13-year barren run, the green and maroon brigade spent Rs 150 crore on players and have changed 14 coaches since 2007.
Country’s oldest club rally to draw 1-1 with Bengaluru FC and bring back the national trophy to Kolkata.
He is the second Indian to have secured a Rio berth at the ongoing World Cup after Abhinav Bindra.
Five-time champions are relegated from India's premier club football tournament after their 2-0 loss to Salgaocar.
Through two broad chapters on the investigation and the trial, Avirook Sen presents how the Talwars were hit with a double whammy: a shoddy and insensitive investigation by the UP Police and the CBI and what Sen believed was a premeditated judgment.