Nov 1, 2014

The way to wicket, wicket ways

Variety in bowling is the key if the Indians are to fare well in Australia. The selectors are planning to experiment in the home series against ...

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The way to wicket, wicket ways

Variety in bowling is the key if the Indians are to fare well in Australia. The selectors are planning to experiment in the home series against ...

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A hasty decision

In the ongoing tug of war between the WICB and the players, both the sides have unfortunately allowed their hearts to rule their minds. In ...

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Wage rage!

The West Indian cricket team pulled out of its tour of India after the Dharamshala ODI because of a wage dispute with its home board. The ...

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Entertaining fare

It was a decent gift from Virat Kohli to the passionate cricket lovers of Dharamshala. Vijay Lokapally reports. It is the serenity of the ...

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Walking tall, Moritz style

Mumbai City FC’s Andre Moritz, who scored the first hat-trick of the tournament, was ecstatic after his on-field heroics. And the team’s ...

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India on FIFA’s radar

Jerome Valcke’s presence at the ISL match between Delhi Dynamos and FC Pune City was seen by some as an endorsement for the competition.

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This English Chopra wants to play for India!

Football has brought Michael Chopra to India, the land of his father. He is one of the key men in the Kerala Blasters team at the Indian Super ...

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England’s top strikers

Wayne Rooney seems to be making his way inexorably to the position of top scorer of all time for the England international team. At present, ...

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A no-nonsense defender

Known for his playing style of a traditional centre-back, Curtis Davies is not afraid to fling himself into tackles and put his own body on the ...

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Calm and composed

David De Gea has seen off the competition provided by Anders Lindegaard and at international level he is threatening to displace Iker Casillas ...

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Her best was in Guangzhou

“I decided to quit because I felt there was nothing much for me to achieve,” says Preeja Sreedharan, one of India’s finest long-distance ...

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‘A fantastic opportunity for the young Indian players’

“The role (as the manager of NorthEast United FC) offers a unique opportunity for developing Indian football. It is an honour and privilege to ...

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LEWIS HAMILTON