The Telegraph
Thursday , June 22 , 2017

Batsmen hold the key versus India, feels Law

West Indies head coach Stuart Law is gearing up for the series against India and has said that Windies need to concentrate on their batting in the upcoming five one-day Internationals....   | Read..

Shocking: Becker is declared bankrupt

To a generation of tennis fans he will always be 'Boom Boom' Becker, the explosive young German who won the men's singles title at Wimbledon three times - the first in 1985 as a mere 17-year-old....   | Read..

Board asks for detailed report

The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) CEO Rahul Johri will seek a detailed report from India team's administrative manager Kapill Malhotra on the Anil Kumble-Virat Kohli fiasco, after th......   | Read..

Monisha Kaltenborn & Sauber part ways

Motor racing's Sauber have parted company with Monisha Kaltenborn, the first woman to run a Formula One team, according to sources close to the Swiss Formula One team, the BBC reported....   | Read..

Mixed day for Indians

Newly-crowned Indonesia Open champion Kidambi Srikanth and title-holder Saina Nehwal progressed to the second round with contrasting wins at the Australian Super Series here on Wednesday....   | Read..

PGA Tour's stricter policy

The PGA Tour said on Tuesday it will begin blood testing next season and revise its list of banned substances to reflect those prohibited by the World Anti-Doping Agency (Wada) as part of a more st......   | Read..

Faisal steals show

The Faisal Khan-led Alpha Cueists registered a convincing 6-1 win over Snookin Shooters on the second day of Bengal Premier League snooker at the Saturday Club....   | Read..

CR7 header earns three points

Cristiano Ronaldo's 74th senior international goal was enough to earn Portugal victory over hosts Russia in the Confederations Cup....   | Read..

Germans aim for a better performance

With their World Cup winners absent in Russia, Germany's rising stars are relishing their chance to shine at the Confederations Cup....   | Read..

Man U cleared, not Juve

Fifa have cleared Manchester United of any wrongdoing in the transfer of midfielder Paul Pogba from Juventus but said on Tuesday they had opened disciplinary proceedings against the Italian side....   | Read..

Will take it step by step, says EB's coach Khalid

It wasn't too many days back - January 6 to be precise - when Khalid Jamil had addressed a media conference at the East Bengal tent with hardly three to four people in attendance....   | Read..
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