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Triumph Of The Will Behind His Pace & Patience
Sports Magazine April 24, 2017
Old Warhorse
In nearly two decades, Ashish Nehra has made repeated comebacks from injuries on the back of an iron will. The world’s oldest pacer is still running in.
A Punishing Rack At Close Of Play
Sports Magazine April 17, 2017
Slow Burn
The BCCI’s unrelenting schedule has cost top cricketers injured bodies and tired minds
A Season’s Closing Hurrahs
Sports Magazine April 10, 2017
Team On Top
With new heroes and old worthies, India ascended, then cemented, its No 1 status. And the hard Aussies were broken.
Visa To Victory
Sports Magazine March 27, 2017
Going Global
There are only a handful of Indian sportspersons playing abroad but it still counts
Of Mind Games And Brain Fade
Sports Magazine March 20, 2017
Turn-Around
In this season of trial by spin, India tweaks an emphatic comeback in Bangalore, even as the Australians’ DRS gamesmanship raises a stink
The Level Playing Field
Sports Magazine March 06, 2017
Radical Kick-Off
A unique football tournament in Malappuram, Kerala, breaks the gender barriers on the field
For Cricket’s Satrapies, Cash Is Karma
Sports Magazine February 27, 2017
Pelf Punch: Exclusive
An audit of the account books of 27 state cricket bodies reveals a pirate’s chest bursting with financial irregularities, one more flagrant than the next
Skeletons In The Board
Sports Magazine February 20, 2017
BCCI Secrets
BCCI mandarins hired and fired at will, turning employees into a group of malcontents
“It Was Disgusting That Some ­People Tried To Defy The SC Verdict”
Sports Magazine February 13, 2017
Third Umpire
Former CJI R.M. Lodha tells Outlook that he is confident that the COA is a 'good mix' and would have no difficulty in implementing the proposed reforms.
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.
Triumph Of The Will Behind His Pace & Patience
Sports Magazine April 24, 2017
In nearly two decades, Ashish Nehra has made repeated comebacks from injuries on the back of an iron will. The world’s oldest pacer is still running in.
A Punishing Rack At Close Of Play
Sports Magazine April 17, 2017
The BCCI’s unrelenting schedule has cost top cricketers injured bodies and tired minds
Back To The Divine Rhythm
Sports Magazine April 17, 2017
Brazil are all geared up to make a comeback in the 2018 World Cup in Russia
A Season’s Closing Hurrahs
Sports Magazine April 10, 2017
With new heroes and old worthies, India ascended, then cemented, its No 1 status. And the hard Aussies were broken.
Visa To Victory
Sports Magazine March 27, 2017
There are only a handful of Indian sportspersons playing abroad but it still counts
‘IPL Was Always Ahead Of Its Time’
Sports Magazine March 27, 2017
Lalit Kumar Modi, who launched IPL in 2008, talks about taking the games to a new level...
Leap Of Faith To Cheer Big Hits
Sports Magazine March 27, 2017
Under the minatory frown of the SC, this year’s IPL will be less glitzy and officious. But in its 10th year, it’s time to celebrate its awesome transformative power.
Of Mind Games And Brain Fade
Sports Magazine March 20, 2017
In this season of trial by spin, India tweaks an emphatic comeback in Bangalore, even as the Australians’ DRS gamesmanship raises a stink
The Level Playing Field
Sports Magazine March 06, 2017
A unique football tournament in Malappuram, Kerala, breaks the gender barriers on the field
Wrist, Finger And Revolution
Sports Magazine March 06, 2017
This season, an Indian spin trio has laid low all visiting batsmen. To harness the conditions, the Australians have come with a five-pronged spin attack. Can it deliver?
For Cricket’s Satrapies, Cash Is Karma
Sports Magazine February 27, 2017
An audit of the account books of 27 state cricket bodies reveals a pirate’s chest bursting with financial irregularities, one more flagrant than the next
Skeletons In The Board
Sports Magazine February 20, 2017
BCCI mandarins hired and fired at will, turning employees into a group of malcontents
“It Was Disgusting That Some ­People Tried To Defy The SC Verdict”
Sports Magazine February 13, 2017
Former CJI R.M. Lodha tells Outlook that he is confident that the COA is a 'good mix' and would have no difficulty in implementing the proposed 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.
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