The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Bond likely for tri-series
New Zealand fast bowler Shane Bond, who is recovering from a back stress fracture, may not be fit in time for the team’s upcoming tour of India.Bond is still a week away from returning to bowling in the nets after suffering the injury in Sri Lan ...  | Read.. 
Bhutia magic in EB’s return to victory
Two spectacular goals and Bhaichung Bhutia’s relentless urge to surpass himself earned East Bengal a hard-fought 2-1 win ...  | Read.. 
Mahesh-Max avenges defeat
Mahesh Bhupathi and Max Mirnyi avenged their Wimbledon final defeat en route to the Montreal Masters Series crown. ...  | Read.. 
Mukti Saha in national squad
Long jumper Anju Bobby George will spearhead India’s challenge at the world athletic championships beginning in Paris la ...  | Read.. 
One up on all! Kim Clijsters, who Sunday became the new No.1 in women's tennis ...  | Read
Randhawa set to shoot a birdie
Ace Indian golfer and Asia’s No. 1 professional Jyoti Randhawa will be ...  | Read.. 
Bagan agree to pay Fifa fine
Mohun Bagan, already smarting under financial pressure, have somehow found some courage and are..  | Read.. 
Vettori itching to bowl in India
Despite being troubled by an injury to the bowling hand, Daniel Vettori is looking forward to N..  | Read.. 
Indian boys bag bronze
Aided well by commendable performances from Dasari Sai Srinivas and Ab ...  | Read.. 
Desailly extends Chelsea deal
French centre-back Marcel Desailly has signed a one-year extension to ...  | Read.. 
AFC for academy in Meghalaya
In a mission to explore the possibility of setting up a football acade ...  | Read.. 
Of headscarves and soccer
It’s the most popular sport in Afghanistan.For barefoot boys as young ...  | Read.. 
Beckham icing on Real cake: Media
David Beckham may have yet to pull on the famous white shirt in a comp ...  | Read.. 
Fourth PGA Tour title for Love III
Davis Love III won his fourth PGA Tour title of the season on Sunday a ...  | Read.. 
Roddick eases to title
Andy Roddick captured the biggest title of his career with a 6-1, 6-3 ...  | Read.. 
Injuries threaten women’s field
A spiralling injury list on the women’s tour has left the US Open in d ...  | Read.. 
Advani wins both matches
National champion Pankaj Advani won both his group A matches on the op ...  | Read.. 
Nalbandian’s family under kidnap threat
Tennis star David Nalbandian is the latest sports personality from Argenti ...  | Read.. 
IOC chief defends Athens organisers
IOC chief Jacques Rogge has sprung to the defence of Athens organisers ...  | Read.. 
City camp from August 23
The CAB will conduct a unique camp for young spinners and wicketkeeper ...  | Read.. 
Golden haul for Haritha
Continuing India’s good show, national weightlifting champion P. Haritha w ...  | Read.. 
Kaif takes Derby home
Mohammed Kaif hit an unbeaten half century to guide Derbyshire to a si ...  | Read.. 
Scandal a private matter: CA
The head of Australian cricket’s governing body said on Monday that al ...  | Read.. 
CAB XI enter final
CAB XI stormed into the final of the KSCA invitational tournament in B ...  | Read.. 
Andy Moll new Kenya coach
Kenya’s new cricket coach Andy Moll is hoping to build on the country’ ...  | Read.. 
Aussie media flays Warne
Shane Warne continues to make front page news in Australia as he reach ...  | Read.. 
Fletcher ruining county: Boycott
Geoffrey Boycott has branded England coach Duncan Fletcher “invisible” ...  | Read.. 
CitiBank win
CitiBank beat MN Dastur 2-0 in The Telegraph Mercnats’ Cup badminton t ...  | Read.. 
Kim Clijsters is women’s No. 1
Her mind was racing. Her cell phone was ringing. And in 35 degree cels ...  | Read.. 
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