Dipankar Lahiri

Articles By Dipankar Lahiri

Mayank Vaid becomes first Indian to complete Enduroman triathlon, breaks world record

Mayank Vaid has become the 44th person in the world and the first Indian to finish the Enduroman, considered one of the toughest endurance competitions in the world. Remarkably, Vaid also broke the record for the shortest time in which the triathlon has been completed.

My ties with Zimbabwe have been cut: Henry Olonga on how Robert Mugabe changed his life

Henry Olonga fled Zimbabwe 16 years ago because of Robert Mugabe and his 'henchmen'. His cricket career ended prematurely because he chose to take a stand against his country's government. Speaking on Mugabe, Olonga says his legacy could so easily have been so much different.

Jobby Justin says I-League is India’s best league, but made sense to move to ISL

Jobby Justin, the 25-year-old India striker who made his international debut in July 2019, was at the centre of a transfer row between two clubs from the I-League and ISL till last month.

Meet the Mathurs, who drove across 17 countries to watch India at the World Cup

Anupam Mathur and five members of his family drove from Singapore to England over 48 days just to watch India play at the World Cup. He explains why they did it.

Dutee Chand wins historic 100-metre gold in Naples

Dutee Chand won the gold medal in the women's 100-metre sprint at the 30th Summer University Games in Naples on Tuesday. This is the first time an Indian has won a 100-metre gold at a global event.

Bhuvi or Shami? Virat Kohli will have to choose between trusting his gut or the signs

The problem with choosing between Bhuvneshwar Kumar Mohammed Shami is that one has to choose between two of the top pacers in the world based on current form.

David Warner, Steve Smith silence Lord’s boos with smiles and runs

David Warner was booed throughout his innings of 53 off 61 balls, and there was minimal applause for his six boundaries. Even when he reached his half-century, boos rang out at Lord's,