Profile of Qaiser Mohammad Ali
Simon Taufel, who umpired during Virender Sehwag's triple century in Multan Test in 2004, recalls his ties with the atypical opener
Former India coach John Wright gushes on the occasion of 16th anniversary of Virender Sehwag’s Multan triple ton on March 29
The top cop says that had Delhi Police involved someone who had worked on the Hansie Cronje match-fixing scandal in 2000 the case would have been on a stronger footing
Changes in political and societal dynamics of Jammu and Kashmir have coincided with a rapid decline in the growth of Kashmir willow
100-year-old Vasant Raiji has been very helpful to me, has a sense of the tradition, and deserves all the recognition, says the well-known historian and author, Ramachandra Guha.
Mumbai-based Vasant Raiji has problem in hearing, but follows cricket through newspapers and on TV
Indian Cricketers’ Association president Ashok Malhotra says ICA will wait for BCCI funding till January end before confronting the Indian cricket board as the last straw
Postponing his visit to washroom during a break in play, attentive cameraman Taqi Raza instead followed Virat Kohli during an India-Australia World Cup game last year
In 2014, Justices Ravindra Bhat and Najmi Waziri wrote sports administration appears to be mired in power play, where money, influence and chicanery play a dominant part. Six years down the line, nothing has changed
Former India all-rounder Irfan Pathan also reveals that in 2009-10 he played with five broken bones In his back as scans failed to detect them
Former Chief Justice of India says there should be an overarching body to regulate National Sports Federations and IOA
Famous badminton coach Vimal Kumar feels that sports officials should move on after their 12-year tenure, but many are not willing to accept the rules.
Also on Monday, JSCA expelled ex-Parliamentarian Ajay Maroo from JSCA life membership
According to the Lodha Committee recommendations, politicials/public servants are not allowed to hold office-bearers' posts.
Five Directors see ‘threat of illegal and impermissible use of funds’ after authorised signatories increased. But men in ‘majority’ say regular payments delay forced the change
Hearings in a clutch of contentious cases, including age-fudging by junior cricketers, adjourned till December 16
President’s post fell vacant after Rajat Sharma quit on November 16. Ombudsman to hear a clutch of complaints on Dec 11, including age fraud by 13 Delhi junior cricketers
“...disobedience of specific directions...”, it says. The case involves finalisation of Sports Code for Good Governance in Sports
Boxer Vijender Singh is among several well-known faces from sports and entertainment to join politics
In close to 30 years of Davis Cup play, both singles and doubles, Leander Paes has a win percentage of 72.44 in 127 matches, on all types of surfaces.
Delhi High Court stay stops sports ministry-appointed committee of “conflicted” members that was to “review” 2017 Draft Code for Good Governance in Sports
Ajay Sharma and Jadeja’s dues also stuck with BCCI while Azharuddin’s dues were ‘cleared’ recently