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Few Indian sportspersons have switched tracks from one sport to a completely different one like Brainder Singh Sran. Fewer still have done it as successfully as this Punjab left-arm seamer, who, by his own admission, was once not just another boy
IPL VII within the country, then the remaining 16 will be held in cricket-crazy Bangladesh. Owing to the April 7-May 12 general elections, all the matches cannot be held in India, much to the disappointment of franchises and sponsors. Back in 2009,
Things went awry for Umesh Yadav after poor bowling figures in South Africa. He did feature in the squad for the Tests in New Zealand, but wasn't selected in the XI for any of the matches. So, Umesh again has to fight to cement his place in the
Tight, disciplined bowling has been the hallmark of Bengal's success this season. Apart from earning Bengal a Ranji Trophy semi-final berth, bowlers stuck to their job to ensure the team's safe passage to the knockout phase of the Vijay Hazare Trophy.
Ramachandran, whose election as president ended IOA's international suspension last month, said his aim is to change the attitude of sports administrators towards the athletes. "National sports federations and their state affiliates will have to
A shwini Nachappa A popular Track & Field athlete of the '80s, who later went on to star in a handful of South Indian films. Nachappa was good competition for P T Usha and was called India's Flo-Jo [ after United States' Florence Griffiths-Joyner ].
With the clamour for removing Indian captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni from his post as skipper of the Test team growing by each passing day, his former coach has come out strongly in support of the man with the Midas touch. In an interview to Times Sport,
Harbhajan Singh has cut out the jump from his run-up while Yuvraj Singh's trigger movement now is not as pronounced as it was earlier. Siddhartha Sharma takes a close look at the two out-of-favour Punjab cricketers who are using their time on the
If there is one match in the I-League that everyone concerned would want to forget in a hurry, then Saturday's Mohun Bagan Mohammedan Sporting encounter will be the one. The match was exactly what Mohun Bagan coach Karim Bencharifa described as at
Courtesy his consistent performance and inspiring leadership in the Ranji Trophy, Bengal captain Laxmi Ratan Shukla will lead East Zone in the Deodhar Trophy, to be played in Visakhapatnam from March 23. Besides Shukla, Manoj Tiwary, Wriddhiman Saha,