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Jose Mourinho regrets saying there was a ‘campaign’ against Chelsea

Jose Mourinho regretted using the word ‘campaign’, he nevertheless repeated the assertion that his side were harshly dealt with this season.


IOA: Infighting Olympic Associations

The Indian Express finds out that a number of federations are embroiled in internal bickering that could hamper preparations for next year’s Rio Games.

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IPL 8, MI vs DD: At home, Mumbai Indians have the momentum

Both DD and MI have eight points from nine games but the momentum is with Mumbai.

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Saurabh Tiwary hopes for another shot on IPL return

Saurabh Tiwary no longer possessed the fear factor that he did in his early days.

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IPL 2015 Preview: Batting heavy RR run into MI’s masters of pace bowling

On the basis of how DD played against RCB, it’s tough to not imagine them occupying bottom-place.


Dope-tainted coach Yuri Ogorodnik set to return

Following AFI’s insistence, sports ministry to recall Ukrainian coach to train women’s 4x400m relay squad.

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Gurpreet Singh Sandhu debuts for Stabaek

Gurpreet has been playing second fiddle to Ivory Coast international Sayouba Mande.


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.