Feb 8, 2014

A long-time caterpillar is now a butterfly

Though, the longing when Stanislas Wawrinka won the season opener in Chennai was for him to gatecrash the top four, nobody expected it to ...

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A long-time caterpillar is now a butterfly

Though, the longing when Stanislas Wawrinka won the season opener in Chennai was for him to gatecrash the top four, nobody expected it to ...

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Where grass still grows!

A man on a successful comeback trail and a woman first-timer at winning the title hold Amitabha Das Sharma’s attention. For one it was ...

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Jadeja’s heroics

India pulled off a sensational tie, thanks to Ravindra Jadeja’s blitzkrieg. S. Dinakar reports. The pulsating finish produced a tie. It ...

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Below par performance

Apart from the faulty pacing of the innings on the chase, India also dug a hole for itself in the first half of the match, after electing to ...

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Ending on a high

Sri Lanka’s trip of the United Arab Emirates to duel Pakistan was, for the most part, a low-profile engagement, at least when compared to the ...

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‘Million dollar baby’

Southpaw Corey Anderson is a ruthless striker of the ball and the sphere is regularly sent soaring into the crowd, writes S. Dinakar. The ...

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‘Experience is the key factor’

“Earlier, I had a healthy competition with Bharat Chetri and Adrian D’Souza. But now I am fighting with myself. I am trying to improve with ...

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We have learnt so much from the tournament — Walsh

This was the first tournament for India under Terry Walsh. Trying to get used to the Aussie’s methods, the host, without some of its key ...

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The same old story

Runners from East Africa — Kenyans in the men’s section and Ethiopians on the distaff side — continued to be in charge at the Mumbai Marathon.

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Hitting pay dirt

What is rupees five lakh to a man and a woman after a hard grind on the streets of Mumbai on a Sunday morning in mid-January? A massive reward, ...

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Huge following in a small town

Manjeri is a shining example of football alive and kicking in small towns, and it did what a big city like Kochi couldn’t. Manjeri certainly ...

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Paying the piper

He who pays the piper calls the tune. A very old familiar saying, and just as true in today’s football as in anywhere else, at any time. By ...

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There’s something wrong with Nolan!

Kevin Nolan has been sent off twice in four games and the offences have resulted in him being banned for seven matches, something an injury-hit ...

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