Feb 15, 2014

More questions than answers

The current tour of Kiwiland by India was presumed to be a dress-rehearsal for the 2015 World Cup in which along with Australia, New Zealand is ...

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More questions than answers

The current tour of Kiwiland by India was presumed to be a dress-rehearsal for the 2015 World Cup in which along with Australia, New Zealand is ...

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An unbelievable finish!

While one team played organised, efficient cricket, the other went about its game in a manner that lacked cohesion. The final verdict — a ...

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Puzzling shuffling of the batting order

Given that the series was still alive after the tie in Auckland, India’s tactics in the match were bizarre, writes S. Dinakar. The ...

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The old generous spirit has gone

I shall not be returning to Australia which I used to hold in such high regard: for its rough and tumble politics, says Ted Corbett. I ...

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A descent into darkness

India’s defeat in the ODI series provides the New Zealand media the opportunity to have a crack at the visiting team. Inter-board politics (the ...

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Chess corner

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Saina: time to re-profile

Saina Nehwal now faces challenges of different kinds at the international level. With more players from different countries improving and ...

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Shooting arrows by the river!

A misunderstanding between ace archer Vennam Jyothi Surekha and her parent Association has led to a curious situation. J. R. Shridharan ...

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A struggle all the way

It seems only a matter of time before David de Gea gets a chance in the senior Spain team, although he faces tough competition from the likes ...

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Blatter forever?

Sepp Blatter, like the poor, is always with us. There seems no chance, or if you prefer it, hope, of his not being re-elected next year, at the ...

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Taking steps backward!

India should get serious about its football if it wants to make it big. Unfortunately, the Federation Cup proved that the attitude of the ...

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When running is a way of life

“I would like to keep racing marathons long enough for my children, aged four and one, to be able to remember the experience. I am 31 years old ...

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