Friday, May 29, 2015
SL officials found guilty for sexual harassment, sacked
SL officials found guilty for sexual harassment, sacked

SLC has announced that it would not be renewing the contract of three officials indicted.

Bindra qualifies for 2016 Rio Olympics
Bindra qualifies for 2016 Rio Olympics

Narang, Rai and Chandela are the other Indians to have secured an Olympic quota earlier.

We had a headache for the entire day: Sachin Tendulkar narrates his encounter with BMW
We had a headache for the entire day: Sachin Tendulkar narrates his encounter with BMW

Sachin and his wife got a first-hand experience of a brand new BMW.

Asian Football Confederation backs Sepp Blatter, endorses FIFA

The Asian Football Confederation has re-affirmed its support for embattled FIFA boss Sepp Blatter.

Battling niggle, Abhinav Bindra targets Olympic quota in Munich

Abhinav Bindra has had a slow start to the season, recording below-par finishes in the first two World Cups.

In year of struggle, Chand makes Asian squad

In March this year, Court of Arbitration for Sports in Switzerland specifically allowed her to take part in Asian Championships.

The Ambani Bash

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The Ambani Bash

Sevilla beat Dnipro, retain Europa League title

Sevilla retained their Europa League title and lifted the trophy for a record fourth time.

French Open: Second best is far from best

Simona Halep, last year's French Open runner's-up, crashes out 7-5, 6-1 to Mirjana Lucic-Baroni.

Australia's Ashes task harder after Bayliss appointment

Darren Lehmann gave a reminder that immediate success for Bayliss could mean failure for his country.

AB gets paternity leave, to miss Bangladesh Tests

South Africa named four uncapped players in their Test squad for the matches in July and August.

From striker to defender, Jasjit Singh Kular comes a long way

Until the squad was named, Jasjit was hardly seen as a full time defender.

India's Hockey squad: One step back, one steps out

With coach's focus on tightening India defence before World League semis, drag-flicker Rupinder dropped.

Malik's 76-ball 112 helps Pakistan beat Zimbabwe

In reply to Pakistan's 375/3, Zimbabwe ended 41 runs short at 334/5.

For Romeo, 21 minutes of fame in Brazil grinds to a halt

But as it turned out, the 22-year-old’s Brazilian sojourn hasn’t impressed chief coach Constantine much.

Arsenal's Danny Welbeck to miss FA Cup with knee injury

Danny Welbeck was also expected to miss England's friendly against the Republic of Ireland.

Trevor Bayliss becomes England's first coach from Australia

Bayliss's CV is laden with trophies, particularly in ODIs, with World Cup being the one major title to elude him.

I have had more failure than success: Dhawan

Dhawan has been a regular of the team since his sensational Test debut in 2013, scoring 187 against Australia.

In true sense, MS Dhoni is a leader: Jason Holder
Indian Premier League

Jason Holder's CSK stint was a well spent one as he learnt the nuances of captaincy from MS Dhoni.

Lee backs Ganguly for new India coach

Ganguly represented India in 113 Tests and 311 ODIs, scoring 18,575 runs in both formats of the game.

Real Madrid lose patience, sack Carlos Ancelotti

Carlos Ancelotti's failure to win any of the three trophies that make up the traditional treble was deemed unacceptable.

Before Bangladesh tour, fitness test in Kolkata

The fitness test will be conducted on June 6. The squad assembles in Kolkata on June 5.

Never thought I’d come so far, so fast: Shreyas Iyer
Indian Premier League

Shreyas Iyer had been bought by DD for Rs 2.6 crore — a figure he more than justified by scoring 439 runs in the season.

Pakistan spinner Raza Hassan banned

Raza Hasan has been banned for two years after failing a doping test.

Sardar to lead India in World League semis

Sardar, who has to his credit of 216 international caps, will be supported by PR Sreejesh as his deputy.

Delhi-based ‘key bookie’ sent to ED custody

The officials had sought 10 days remand for further investigation and for confronting him with another bookie.

ISL organisers fret over U-17 World Cup scheduling

The ISL franchises are likely to bear the fallout of the rescheduling, which will result in the tournament spilling into January.