Profile of G. Rajaraman
As the Bollywood movie 83 releases on Friday, Kapil's Devils have become the talk of the town. Kapil, India's Cricketer of the Century, has his own take on the word 'hero'.
There are many facets to Jayasuriya, but all of them can be summed up in one phrase, a quiet achiever. Or Simply Sanath, shall we say?
Even if he is no McGrath, there is a certain exactitude to his bowling these days in that he uses a tape measure to mark a run-up of 21.3 metres.
Ironic as it may sound, Flower was strongly influenced by the defensive technique of an Indian batsman. In making a slow century in Zimbabwe's inaugural Test in Harare in 1992, Sanjay Manjrekar made Flower sit up and take note.
'Each time people have written me off, I have come back. I have no doubt about that.'
Arjun Atwal lost the title but still cashed the biggest cheque in Indian sporting history
At the last ODI, Ganguly was conspicuous by his absence. He was waiting for a call that never came. Updates
At 19, Pankaj Advani has already conquered the world snooker and billiards titles
A veritable bundle of energy on the field, he keeps his feet on the ground after walking the ramp at LIFW
With a growing clamour for Ganguly to be relieved of the responsibility of leading the Indian team, the man next in line, who has often been identified as a diplomat when it comes to fielding questions from the media, is surprisingly candid.
Three states pass laws to regulate sports associations. The cash-rich cricket bodies are the real target, but even other sports are vulnerable to the state's whimsical interference.
Here's a peek at what new coach Greg has in mind to transform Team India
India is set to put the anti-doping programme on track. But officials need a crash course on world trends.
Our cricketers may have lacked the killer instinct elsewhere. But many, like Pataudi, liked a hunt.
ICC's new rules aim to inject a dose of dynamic unpredictability into the one-day game and hopefully bring the crowds back into the stands
Schools that have opened their doors to children who would have fallen prey to criminals
Right camp: N. K. Garg of CBRI designs lightweight yet sturdy shelters at less than Rs 2500
Sports may not remain 'exclusive' to private broadcasters if a new proposal is passed
This is the sort of compilation you can pick up on a rainy day when you feel like a dip into the past.
New Names. Suresh Raina, Venugopala Rao, J.P. Yadav. Are they the answer to our search for genuine all-rounders?
Sportsmen may come and go, but these administrators stay on, be it for the love of the game or other reasons
The golf industry in India is transforming from being just a game to a career option
The coach wasn't prepared for this. Can he work with a lackadaisical lot?
The fable comes to an end, the planet is no longer the kingdom of the Kangaroos