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‘So many coming up… not going to let anybody beat me’

Usain Bolt showed off his signature move, gave some advice to improve the sports culture in India and was at his wittiest best.


Better late than never: 91-year-old athletics coach N Lingappa finally receives Dronacharya award

91-year-old athletics coach Lingappa conferred with the Dronacharya, the highest sporting honour for a coach.


The day Shecket, ‘America’s only cricket fan’, won

It was only last year, after January 23, 2013, that cricket became a constant companion.


Pravin Amre ‘serves’ Suresh Raina the short-ball remedy

Amre had worked with Raina earlier. In 2012, he had hired the former India batsman as a personal batting mentor.


Shane Warne, then Michael Vaughan, now Graeme Swann

In 2014, England skipper Cook has battled several former players. The latest on that list is a ‘so-called friend’.


In kabaddi, the classic Ram-Shyam tale unfolds

The identical twins from Kolkata would often cause mayhem when either was tagged.


Chase 2.0: Twin tons help South Africa climb Mt. 327

Captain De Villiers was 136 not out at the end and still striking boundaries despite struggling with cramp.

HC sets aside order revoking Modi’s passport

The court also raised the question of why such orders had been passed by the RPO.


An artist called Banksy and his world of Mobile Lovers

Over here in Bristol, there are legends, myths. And then there is Banksy.


Maxwell, Marsh munch on minnows in opening tie

Maxwell included an outrageous display of ambidextrous shot making in his innings, hitting nine fours and five sixes.


India tour of England: Light drizzle, heavy effect

Despite lack of downpour, first ODI in Bristol called off without a ball being bowled.


When England got their act together, India wilted under pressure

If this was tennis, score would have been 3-6, 6-0, 6-0, 6-0. England raised their game and won, writes Harsha Bhogle.


‘Buddy, like me, you too are dealing with rubbish’

Says a garbage-picker to Sandeep Dwivedi, who followed the Indian cricket team’s downhill drive to disaster.


‘Will you quit, MS?’ ‘Didn’t you ask me the same question in 2011?’

Indians move straight into the Champions League after the ODI series here.

Lanka hit back as Herath takes five wickets

Pakistan trailed Sri Lanka by 76 runs.


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