Profile of G. Rajaraman
Delhi's Olympian has come back to a resounding reception, and yet he does not hesitate to return to the monastic life he embraced more than a decade ago when he sought guru Sat Pal and submitted to the rigours of training
Shooters, archers, boxers could help India get home more precious metal than before
Anil Kumble's captaincy combines the steadiness of maturity and the brio of personal excellence
The ODI team's announcement was thoughtlessly timed
The 'Ugly Australian' reared his head again— at the SCG. To India and the world, it just wasn't cricket.
A Harbhajan-Symonds brush-off turning catastrophic, who knew? And then, it never stopped...
He's the hunter: all precision and sang froid. Too bad he came so late.
Anil Kumble speaks on his approach to captaincy
The chairman of selectors is spoiling for a fight. The BCCI might just give him one.
Why did chief selector Dilip Vengsarkar go all out to axe Dravid?
When did the Indian fan go racist? Or was it driven out of proportion by media hype?
The mood of the people around could be a factor, says the Sports Authority of India's psychologist.
The newest cup in world cricket is ours. How does this change the game?
If young guys have the talent and can perform, they should be able to make their way into the international side. That is the criterion, says the brand new Indian captain
When victorious, individual exploits coalesce into one solid achievement. We take a player-by-player look.
No one-off this. For, T20 is a mini essay on basics—with a flourish.
Cricket on nandrolone. Even BCCI gets the rush.
A fitter, tougher Sania is game for a match. Russian obstacles may be a passing phase.
More misses than hits. Worse, we live too comfortably with our failures.
A comeback story unravelling well. The left-arm pacer's been brilliant in England.
Be it chess champs or athletes, the south has more. How come?
Most choose to play the Sunny story safe