The Blog
Blog OPINION Jul 24, 2021
India had seven debutants in the three-match ODI series against Sri Lanka that India won 2-1
Blog Jul 23, 2021
Imagine a state of mind of society everyone believes that his or her phone is being tapped.
Blog Jul 21, 2021
Mental strength and resilience will be key to success at Tokyo Olympics
Blog OPINION Jul 17, 2021
Indian teams will be playing in UK and Sri Lanka in separate series. The COVID has actually created more opportunities
Blog Jun 24, 2021
Indian batsmen were found wanting in temperament and dedication at Southampton. New Zealand pacers were all over the Indian top order
Blog Jun 16, 2021
The English weather at Southampton and the Dukes ball will be major factors in a contest loaded with skilful players on both sides
Blog Bangalore Diary Jun 09, 2021
So far, the BJP veteran has managed to skirt tricky situations and counter detractors within the party. But his critics too have kept things simmering.
Blog May 22, 2021
Batra won a second four-year term as president but his winning margin of just two votes shows how he has lost support and control
Blog May 21, 2021
India's first Dronacharya Award-winning boxing coach OP Bhardwaj died on Friday. He was 82 and was battling age-related illness
Blog May 21, 2021
On the occasion of International Tea Day, we dig out an inconspicuous entity of the popular Indian tea variety in the controversial geopolitical entity
Blog May 10, 2021
The European Super League was supposed to be the saviour of football according to one of its founders: Real Madrid president Florentino Perez
Blog May 08, 2021
While the 20-member squad mostly picked itself, the decision to drop an in-form Prithvi Shaw and pick Shubman Gill was a bit harsh