Michael Holding reflected on the issue of institutionalised racism and reasserted why the Black Lives Matter movement matters before the start of the first Test between England and West Indies.
After a 117-day absence, international cricket returned on Wednesday as England closed a frustrating first day on 35/1 after West Indies could only bowl 17.4 overs due to rain.
The Comptroller and Auditor General of India (CAG) has sought modification of the July 18, 2016 order by which the Supreme Court had accepted the Justice RM Lodha Committee recommendations.
As Test cricket returns, West Indies target first series win in England in 32 years
Carolina Marin spent the lockdown in Huelva with her mother, perhaps the first long spell spent at home since she moved to Madrid at the start of her teens.
Dandiwal was recently named as the “central figure in an alleged tennis match-fixing scandal related to at least two lower-level tournaments in Egypt and Brazil. He has also been on the radar of the Board of Control for Cricket in India's (BCCI) anti-corruption unit.
The Maharashtra government's Mission Begin Again, a phased relaxation of the lockdown, has permitted individual physical exercises, such as cycling, jogging, running and walking in open spaces.
Over the past month, various groups within DDCA have been calling on Rohan, who is a lawyer, and have claimed that he has agreed to contest for the post of DDCA president.
Retirement of badminton’s greatest player, Lin Dan, leaves a void as an era of excellence ends.
The bench also declined an interim order granting permission to provisionally recognise the NSFs in view of various sporting events, including Olympics next year.
A police team visited the SCA ground at Sawara village on Friday afternoon. The team was accompanied by two officials from the cyber security wing and collected the mobile data dump to identify the players involved in the matches played on June 29.
A paper published jointly by the International Olympic Committee (IOC), Interpol, and the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime says that sport is vulnerable to manipulation due to Covid-impact.
Everton Weekes, who passed away in his native land on Wednesday at the ripe age of 95, was the last survivor of the famous triumvirate, which consisted of greats like Clyde Walcott and Frank Worrell.
Hockey India's ‘one state, one association’ policy means Mumbai will not be able to field a separate team in the National Championships which might lead to fewer opportunities for players.
Anfield may be shut for the fans because of the pandemic, but with Liverpool winning its first league title in 30 years, and 19th overall, means The Unbearables now hold bragging rights.
Shashank Manohar, who became the ICC’s first independent chairman in 2016, had already announced that he wouldn’t be seeking a third term.
Uday Shankar, the chairman of Star & Disney India, talks about how emotion in sport is important and how digital platforms are going to be even more popular at The Indian Express E-Adda.
Ramanathan Krishnan recalls his trailblazing run to the semi-finals of 1960 Wimbledon Championships where he reached after beating the fourth seed Luis Ayala of Chile.
The three months away from court spent at home in Guntur due to lockdown has reignited the desire to return to badminton with a new zest in Kidambi Srikanth.
Five International players from Punjab have been promoted to the rank of superintendent of police in Punjab Police.