Nov 29, 2014

A leviathan one day, a minnow the next!

Rohit Sharma’s world-record double hundred — his second 200 plus score in the space of a year — at the Eden Gardens has done his reputation a ...

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A leviathan one day, a minnow the next!

Rohit Sharma’s world-record double hundred — his second 200 plus score in the space of a year — at the Eden Gardens has done his reputation a ...

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Omission of Rayudu is rather strange

Virat Kohli will be leading the team in the first Test, in Australia, as well with Dhoni rendered unfit, and this may be yet another ...

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Battle of the skippers

Both, Angelo Mathews and Virat Kohli, hit almost identical centuries, under trying conditions. But Kohli’s 21st century — fourth this year — ...

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Rohit lights a rocket!

A simply outstanding innings by Rohit Sharma rendered the Kolkata ODI between India and Sri Lanka terribly one-sided. S. Sabanayakan reports.

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Running out of charge

While many theories exist to explain Delhi Dynamos’ lean patch, the focus on lesser preparation and recovery time available to the franchise ...

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‘I want to make it a hat-trick of medals in Rio’

“As a wrestler I am delighted to see our boys and girls winning laurels for the country in major international meets,” says Sushil Kumar. P. K.

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Greed is not so good

The English Premier League is incredibly top heavy with the older and bigger clubs pocketing massive chunks of money, making the overall League ...

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Rooney’s poetic side

The England striker, along with team-mate James Biggins, recited the poem called “When Saturday Comes” to a crowd of nearly 30 silent onlookers ...

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Vakil Raj is fifth time lucky

Most of the top archers entered the National Championship without any practice and they failed to make an impression. As a result, unheralded ...

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Fight to the finish

Nico Rosberg just has to step on the pedal, go for the pole position and convert it into a win without worrying about Lewis Hamilton. On the ...

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‘I am particularly proud to have won titles in three different decades’

“I am very clear about what my strengths are. So I need the other player to excel in areas where I am weaker,” says Leander Paes in this chat ...

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Double delight

Saina Nehwal and Kidambi Srikanth signal a great day for India by winning the singles titles at the China Open. V. V. Subrahmanyam on the ...