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Goodbye Is Just Another Signal:  Let The Shots Flow
Sports Magazine January 23, 2017
Captains
Indian skippers have clung on to power, then faded away. Dhoni seeks to join the exceptions—Sachin and Dravid.
Eleven Firm Against Invaders
Sports Magazine January 09, 2017
Top Of The Heap
India’s best year in Test cricket saw the team crowned No 1. It now awaits a traditional final frontier—foreign pitches.
A Chevalier Among Twirlymen
Sports Magazine December 26, 2016
Spin Punch
Ashwin’s grit, variations, upgradation of skills and meticulous marking of batsmen have made him the world’s No 1 bowler
  • 10 Questions
    Former hockey captain Dilip Tirkey is organising the world’s largest hockey tournament, with 1,458 teams from Orissa, Chhattisgarh and Jharkhand at 32 venues.
Raj Thriller
Sports Magazine December 19, 2016
She Sachin
At 34, Mithali Raj is the batting spine of Team India. The star of the T20 Asia Cup has her sights on the World Cup.
Captain Marvel’s Aggro Industry
Sports Magazine December 12, 2016
Cricket
Virat Kohli’s captaincy mixes brazen aggression, bold tactics, luck and great form
Chinese Checker
Sports Magazine December 05, 2016
Badminton
How Sindhu regained her balance, and in winning the China Open, breached a great wall of excellence
Grey Pages From A Playbook
Sports Magazine November 28, 2016
Sports
The SAI is crippled by a paucity of coaches, as trainees are often left to fend for themselves
Boys Don’t Want To Be Gentlemen
Sports Magazine November 14, 2016
Football
Hockey stutters; cricket reigns still. Spurred by foreign action on TV and domestic leagues, football is conquering India’s young.
For Whom Losing Is An Art
Sports Magazine October 31, 2016
Sports Inquiry
Probes in national sports bodies seek reasons and remedies for the Olympics debacle
Art Of Rackets, Or To The Manner Born
Sports Magazine October 24, 2016
Foul Play
India’s badly run sports federations need a large dose of the Lodha panel’s reforms
Goodbye Is Just Another Signal:  Let The Shots Flow
Sports Magazine January 23, 2017
Indian skippers have clung on to power, then faded away. Dhoni seeks to join the exceptions—Sachin and Dravid.
Eleven Firm Against Invaders
Sports Magazine January 09, 2017
India’s best year in Test cricket saw the team crowned No 1. It now awaits a traditional final frontier—foreign pitches.
A Chevalier Among Twirlymen
Sports Magazine December 26, 2016
Ashwin’s grit, variations, upgradation of skills and meticulous marking of batsmen have made him the world’s No 1 bowler
Dilip Tirkey
Sports Magazine December 26, 2016
Former hockey captain Dilip Tirkey is organising the world’s largest hockey tournament, with 1,458 teams from Orissa, Chhattisgarh and Jharkhand at 32 venues.
Raj Thriller
Sports Magazine December 19, 2016
At 34, Mithali Raj is the batting spine of Team India. The star of the T20 Asia Cup has her sights on the World Cup.
Captain Marvel’s Aggro Industry
Sports Magazine December 12, 2016
Virat Kohli’s captaincy mixes brazen aggression, bold tactics, luck and great form
Chinese Checker
Sports Magazine December 05, 2016
How Sindhu regained her balance, and in winning the China Open, breached a great wall of excellence
Grey Pages From A Playbook
Sports Magazine November 28, 2016
The SAI is crippled by a paucity of coaches, as trainees are often left to fend for themselves
Boys Don’t Want To Be Gentlemen
Sports Magazine November 14, 2016
Hockey stutters; cricket reigns still. Spurred by foreign action on TV and domestic leagues, football is conquering India’s young.
For Whom Losing Is An Art
Sports Magazine October 31, 2016
Probes in national sports bodies seek reasons and remedies for the Olympics debacle
Art Of Rackets, Or To The Manner Born
Sports Magazine October 24, 2016
India’s badly run sports federations need a large dose of the Lodha panel’s reforms
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