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Charge of the young brigade

Given the surfeit of riches produced in recent years, it seems the Indian team will not run short of finding world­-class batters for many more years to come.



Aeronautical engineer finds fulfillment in long-distance running — the story of Nihal Baig

Nihal Baig, an aeronautical engineer from IIT Bombay, has made rapid strides in middle and long-distance running. His accomplishments in recent weeks
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Last Word: Data rights is the new buzz-phrase in sport

There are too some players who are unhappy for the betting community to use their data. Players should be able to control who can use their data — tha
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Shubman Gill and the young brigade ready to take their place in the sun

Given the surfeit of riches produced in recent years, it seems the Indian team will not run short of finding world-class batters for many more years t
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Fitnesswise: Ways to make exercises more effective

Adding a few variations to your daily exercise programme can go a long way in helping you achieve your fitness goals.

What’s behind the grandeur of the Australian Open?

Irrespective of the on-court heroics of some of the greatest names of the game, Melbourne Park, one of the biggest tennis facilities in the world, foc
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Melbourne a must visit if you’re a sports fan, says Visit Victoria CEO

From Boxing Day Tests to Australian Opens and Formula One, Melbourne is a major centre of sporting activity. Brendan McClements, the CEO of Visit Vict

Ranji Trophy knockouts: Saurashtra juggernaut continues, inspired Bengal gets another shot at title

Defending champion Madhya Pradesh had to bite the dust with a 306-run loss to Bengal in the semifinals; Mayank Agarwal’s individual brilliance wasn’t

European Leagues: Premier League title race heats up as Arsenal slips

A loss and a draw for Arsenal in two games has brought the Premier League title race back to life.
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Premier League

January 2023 winter transfers: Will million-dollar signings bear fruit in the long run?

The winter transfer window saw several youngsters, who shone at the FIFA World Cup, move for big-money signings to Premier League clubs.

Thrills and spills in the first Hyderabad E-Prix

Celebrities from all walks of life filled the grandstands and witnessed a race that will go down as one of the most thrilling ones in modern-day elect
Women's Cricket

WPL auction: Franchises, bids, crorepatis – it’s a new era in women’s cricket

The Women’s Premier League auction on February 13 has lent a huge impetus to the women’s game. Five franchises spent a whopping ₹59.50 crore to procur
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ISL notebook: Chennaiyin FC continues to slip but fans keep up the faith

The Chennaiyin loyals, with chants, face paints and banners, still embrace the stands, hoping for wins, for captain Anirudh Thapa to score and for the

Sunil Gavaskar: Nagpur Test had no demons in the pitch

There was not much turn in the Nagpur pitch, yet the Aussie batters were all at sea, and one shudders to think what will happen if the ball starts to

Chris Silverwood on his coaching philosophy, fast bowling and the need for Test cricket and T20s to coexist

In this chat, Chris Silverwood reflects on his journey as a coach, on fast bowling and plenty things cricket.