Aug 23, 2014

Double trouble!

The tradition of fast bowlers hunting in pairs has found its finest exponents in these current times through James Anderson and Stuart Broad.

Briefing

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Double trouble!

The tradition of fast bowlers hunting in pairs has found its finest exponents in these current times through James Anderson and Stuart Broad.

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‘Dead pure brillinat’

Glasgow 2014 proved that the world’s third biggest Games — after the Olympics and the Asian Games — is in no way an outdated monolith, but a ...

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Perfect press box

The press box at Old Trafford gets full marks for thoughtfulness. By K. C. Vijaya Kumar. The press box at Manchester’s Old Trafford is ...

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Miles to go before Asiad

If one sincerely analyses the form that India displayed in Glasgow, it will clearly show that all is not rosy with sport in the country. By A.

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Eight for four, and nowwhere to go

The manner in which India extended its first innings trauma into the second belied even the worst-case scenario plots, writes K. C. Vijaya ...

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Aussiephobia!

Confronted by the Aussies, the Indians failed yet again in the men’s hockey event. S.Thyagarajan takes stock. The script remains ...

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Sathish, the new sensation from Tamil Nadu

The 22-year-old Sathish, hailing from Sathuvachari near Vellore in Tamil Nadu, started his career just five years ago. But his natural talent ...

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Growing in popularity

Shabeer Bapu Sharafudheen, one of the star players for U Mumba alongside captain Anup Kumar, is the son of an auto driver from Ummini, situated ...

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Soccer in the times of war

In World War I no fewer than one-sixth of the troops who fought for Britain were from the Indian subcontinent. And, in parenthesis, it was a ...

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Expect a closely-fought campaign

Manchester City’s only title defence in the Premier League era, in the 2012-13 season, saw the side finish second and manager Roberto Mancini ...

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Sanju, the batting Samson!

Sanju Viswanadh Samson is the first batsman from Kerala to be picked for the Indian team. P. K. Ajith Kumar traces the prodigy’s rise.

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Annihilation

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