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Virat: Long streak of matches will help MS
Virat Kohli believes a string of limited-overs matches in the coming days will help former captain M... | Read
AB game for Test cricket
AB de Villiers has stepped down as captain of South Africa's ODI team but has said he is ready to pl... | Read
Mahela: Fear of failure is hurting Lanka
Mahela Jayawardene feels the fear of failure is impeding the growth of the Sri Lankan team, who are ... | Read
Blasters rope in striker Dimitar
Kerala Blasters have signed former Manchester United and Tottenham Hotspur striker Dimitar Berbatov ... | Read
Athletics not just about one man: Carl
The last decade in world athletics belonged to Usain Bolt, but the legendary Carl Lewis is not happy... | Read
Ruthless India aim to pile on Lanka misery
At their ruthless best now, India drubbing Sri Lanka on yet another occasion would obviously be the ... | Read
Robin and Sriram in think tanks
Former India all-rounder Robin Singh has been appointed as Director of Cricket of Bloem City Blazers... | Read
SC notice on BCCI brass
The Supreme Court on Tuesday directed the Board of Control for Cricket in India?s (BCCI) ac... | Read
Sharapova wants to prove a point
Former world No.1 Maria Sharapova makes her first Grand Slam appearance next week since serving a 15... | Read
Happy to score: Al-Amna
Mahmoud Al-Amna, East Bengal?s Syrian recruit, scored a goal in Wednesday?s 3-0 win over S... | Read
EB's 4th on the trot
East Bengal made use of their chances, at least some them, while Southern Samity were hell-bent on w... | Read
Chetri shines
Sunil Chetri was among the scorers as Bengaluru FC thrashed April 25 of North Korea 3-0, in first le... | Read
Rooney retires despite a 'recall'
Wayne Rooney, the England captain and all-time record goalscorer, has announced his retirement from ... | Read
Srikanth & Saina advance
Saina Nehwal led the charge, as Indians continued to impress at the World Championship, here on Wedn... | Read
Ghosal: I’m eyeing gold in Jakarta

Saurav Ghosal was devastated after losing to Kuwait’s Abdullah Al Muzayen in the final of the ... | Read

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