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IPL 8: Absence of genuine pace hurts Delhi Daredevils

Daredevils pacer Mohd Shami is yet recover fully from a niggle and will sit out once again.


Give me a little more time: Paul van Ass

Coach Paul van Ass keen to address defensive frailties and improve India’s off-the-ball game.

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A humble beginning behind Junhui Ding’s snooker success

Ding was the only Asian player to have been ranked World No. 1.

Ministry sets stricter norms for qualifying

The hockey team, for instance, is ranked ninth and even though it has qualified for the Olympics, it won’t be eligible according to the new norms.

In crowded leaderboard, Chawrasia, Siddikur shine

There were 7 different nationalities in Top-7 and that shows how global Hero Indian Open has become.

‘Excited to be back at the Indian Open’

For me the Indian Open is homecoming with the food, the ambience and the old friends.


Ranji Trophy Quarter-final: Showstoppers in Cuttack

Delhi’s Virender Sehwag and Gautam Gambhir will play against Mumbai in Ranji Trophy quarters in Cuttack.

National Games: In the final race of her career, Preeja Sreedharan wins silver

Preeja had said before the start of the Games that this could be her last competition.

‘Sorry not enough, A-Rod needs to come clean’

Tygart, the anti-doping crusader credited with exposing cyclist Lance Armstrong as a cheat, said Rodriguez had a great opportunity to make amends for his actions by coming clean.

Rampant wizards thrash Mumbai, close in on semis

On one hand Sreejesh, the key behind India’s success at the Asian Games last year, showed the reason he is regarded as one of the best in the world at the moment.

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Chennai Super Kings, Rajasthan Royals rule roost financially among Indian Premier League teams

RR, incidentally, is the only team to have turned profitable from IPL 1, which it won.

In last home game, Mumbai look to build on recent form

It’s Mumbai’s last game on home turf and the importance of a win cannot be undermined for their future in the league.

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Muhammed Hafseer overcomes troubled childhood, poverty to clinch decathlon bronze

18-year-old Hafseer overcomes troubled childhood, poverty to clinch decathlon bronze.


Dutee on track for comeback

Dutee Chand tested positive for hyper-androgenism ahead of the Commonwealth Games last year.

In athletics, Kerala look to get campaign on track

Dutee Chand, the sprinter who was detected with hyper-androgenism, will be on track in the 100, 200 and the relay.