The Telegraph
Friday , July 31 , 2015

Diego to fight 'Fifa mafia'

Argentine football great Diego Maradona said on Wednesday that he wants to fight the "mafia" responsible for the corruption scandal that has rocked Fifa, but he stopped short of saying he wants to be the next president of global soccer's......   | Read..

Sardar: It was frustrating to see Paul leave

The unceremonious exits of a number of foreign coaches in the last five years has left Sardar Singh a frustrated man. All that the captain of the Indian hockey team now wants is a permanent coach t......   | Read..

Moving ball a concern for Aussies, says Taylor

Mark Taylor was all praise for Chris Rogers’s gritty batting display on Day I of the third Ashes Test, but fears for the next generation of Australian batsmen at the game’s longest vers......   | Read..

HCA blow to  Chandila

BCCI treasurer and secretary of Haryana Cricket Association (HCA) Anirudh Chaudhry made it clear on Thursday that the state association would not make any plea to the Board to revoke the ban impose......   | Read..

Cameron puts Australia A in command

India A off-spinner Baba Aparajith struck late with a five-wicket haul, but it was opener Cameron Bancroft’s strokeful 150 that powered Australia A to a crucial first innings lead on Day II o......   | Read..

T20 leagues a threat to bilateral series: Dave

 The ICC chief executive David Richardson warned that the growing popularity of domestic Twenty20 leagues like the IPL, Big Bash and CPL are threatening the survival of bilateral series with t......   | Read..

Dale, JP give SA upper hand

Dale Steyn claimed his 400th Test wicket as JP Duminy and he gave South Africa the edge on Day I of the second and final Test versus Bangladesh, at the Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium, in Mirpur....   | Read..

Almost Finn-ished

Paceman Steven Finn's five-wicket haul put England on the brink of a 2-1 Ashes series lead over Australia on Thursday with the visitors facing a desperate battle to avoid a humiliating third Test d......   | Read..

Stuart Law is keen on coaching India

Australia A assistant coach Stuart Law may be busy strategising India A's downfall during the ongoing second four-day game, but the former cricketer is keen to coach and work with India's senior te......   | Read..

Ranty is hungry

Ranty Martins is more focused and hungry. On his arrival from home, East Bengal's Nigerian striker said he's hoping for a stupendous showing in the forthcoming season....   | Read..

'Cool to have 400 wickets'

Dale Steyn says his passion and hunger to win games for South Africa has been the prime reason behind his reign as arguably the best fast bowler of his generation....   | Read..

Mo Farah is given clean chit by UKA

UK Athletics (UKA) has found no evidence of wrongdoing by Mo Farah in the initial findings of its investigation into allegations of doping against his coach, Alberto Salazar....   | Read..

Saina allays fitness fears

Saina Nehwal is confident of regaining full fitness before the World Badminton Championships that gets underway in Jakarta on August 10. "There is some pain in the shoulder. I hope to be fit b......   | Read..

Pritam, Romeo recalled

 Faced with the grim prospect of finishing last in the World Cup qualifying group, national coach Stephen Constantine, on Thursday, brought back defender Pritam Kotal and midfielder Romeo Fern......   | Read..

Mutu joins FC Pune

FC Pune City signed former Chelsea and Fiorentina star Adrian Mutu of Romania as their marquee player for the second season of the Indian Super League....   | Read..

Top East Bengal award for Habib

East Bengal have decided to keep their 96th Foundation Day celebrations on Saturday a low-key affair following the passing away of former President APJ Abdul Kalam. However, the programme at Nazrul......   | Read..

Champia earns Olympic berth

Mangal Singh Champia earned India an individual Olympic quota berth, while Rajat Chauhan and Laxmirani Majhi remained in the gold and bronze medal hunt in the World Archery Championships here on Th......   | Read..

Pirates lose to Titans

 The first match in the Patna leg of Pro Kabaddi league saw the Patna Pirates lose 22-34 against a rampant Telugu Titans, in Patna, on Thursday....   | Read..

Advantage oil India 'A'

Favourites Williamson Magor 'A' find themselves in a rather unfamiliar position starting the final round of the Ballantine's presented The Telegraph Merchants Cup in the fourth place seven strokes ......   | Read..

Pakistan make short work of the Lankans

 Umar Akmal smashed 46 off 24 balls and Sohail Tanvir grabbed three wickets as Pakistan beat Sri Lanka by 29 runs in the first Twenty20 International, at the Premadasa, on Thursday....   | Read..
It was the fast-bowlers’ day across continents, on Thursday. While South Africa’s...   | Read..
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