Sep 5, 2009

Who will rule the world?

Can any team dominate cricket the way West Indies and Australia have done? Test cricket now sits at the mercy of any nation with the required ...

Briefing

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The race is on

Now that Australia has fallen off the perch, the race to become the number one Test cricket team in the world gets exciting. S. Ram Mahesh ...

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Dravid’s second coming

Despite the luminous presence of Sachin Tendulkar, Rahul Dravid remains India’s hope whenever the team’s batting displays feet of clay, writes ...

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There was Bolt, there were others, too

Outside of Bolt and his spectacular sprinting and Bekele’s distance double, Yelena Isinbayeva’s shock elimination without a height against her ...

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Long road ahead

Bhaichung Bhutia is miffed at the state of affairs of football in India. “It continues to be a popular sport, but is directionless,” he says in ...

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A rare talisman

Bhutia’s 17-year journey has been eventful, even controversial at times. But it is also a definite statement on the future of the game in the ...

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Vijay gives Mukesh a scare

Vijay Kumar made a terrific surge to catch up with Mukesh Kumar, who had a seven-stroke lead! But then he faltered on the 15th hole. Over to K.

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The Charterhouse tale

The last of the great ex-Charterhouse school footballers, G.O. Smith, long esteemed as one of the best centre-forwards ever to play for ...

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Back to winning ways

Arjun Balu of Team MRF made his way through the 2-km Super Special Stage with some controlled driving to win the title. Topping the chart ...

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One of the best

Now at Manchester City, Carlos Tevez will be setting out to achieve what many see as an impossible dream: bringing the Barclays English Premier ...