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Split Between A Cross And A Jab
Sports Magazine August 28, 2017
Open Ring
Vijender corners pro-boxing glamour in India, as a fractured field prepares for a surge in interest
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    "It will be the memories of our moments of triumph during that unforgettable game at Lord’s that would remain the most cherished," says Jhulan Goswami.
From Olympus To The Arena
Sports Magazine August 21, 2017
The Fall
Simulated to exhibit the best in the human ­spirit, sport was the site of ideal competition. Now, ­individual glory is the one rule of the games.
Board Game Battles
Sports Magazine August 14, 2017
Selling Point
BCCI officials fight tooth and nail against transparency, this time over IPL rights auction
A New Ring Of Catchers
Sports Magazine August 07, 2017
Rule Revolution
Two Deloitte reports and a new, radical constitution seek to transform the rightly maligned BCCI
Six Slips, No Catches
Sports Magazine July 31, 2017
In The Outfield
The BCCI has kept Northeast states beyond the pale of top-notch cricket. They dare to dream now.
India-Pakistan Diary
Sports Magazine July 24, 2017
Last Page
Who doesn't remember Kiran More- Javed Miandad famous run-in! More, here, opens up about what actually irked the Pak cricketer...
When Kohli Calls The Coach
Sports Magazine July 17, 2017
The C Factor
With Ravi Shastri in the lead, the long saga of appointment of the Team India coach is drawing to a close
Onfield Nationalism From A Box
Sports Magazine July 03, 2017
Opinion
A gullible nation, groomed for decades by television channels striving to maximise profit, has come to regard India vs Pakistan matches as proxy war
Crown At The Colony’s Mercy
Sports Magazine June 26, 2017
India’s Cup
Officialdom, advertisers and a deluge of confident fanfare—this Champions Trophy is an Indian show
Frequently Dropped
Sports Magazine June 19, 2017
Stealth Cricket
The ambiguity over a new coach is just BCCI veterans’ tactic to delay reforms
Split Between A Cross And A Jab
Sports Magazine August 28, 2017
Vijender corners pro-boxing glamour in India, as a fractured field prepares for a surge in interest
World Cup Diary
Sports Magazine August 28, 2017
"It will be the memories of our moments of triumph during that unforgettable game at Lord’s that would remain the most cherished," says Jhulan Goswami.
From Olympus To The Arena
Sports Magazine August 21, 2017
Simulated to exhibit the best in the human ­spirit, sport was the site of ideal competition. Now, ­individual glory is the one rule of the games.
Board Game Battles
Sports Magazine August 14, 2017
BCCI officials fight tooth and nail against transparency, this time over IPL rights auction
A New Ring Of Catchers
Sports Magazine August 07, 2017
Two Deloitte reports and a new, radical constitution seek to transform the rightly maligned BCCI
Six Slips, No Catches
Sports Magazine July 31, 2017
The BCCI has kept Northeast states beyond the pale of top-notch cricket. They dare to dream now.
India-Pakistan Diary
Sports Magazine July 24, 2017
Who doesn't remember Kiran More- Javed Miandad famous run-in! More, here, opens up about what actually irked the Pak cricketer...
Base Camp For A World Podium Finish
Sports Magazine July 24, 2017
The Asian Athletics Championship yields India’s best-ever haul. Our track stars now aim for London.
When Kohli Calls The Coach
Sports Magazine July 17, 2017
With Ravi Shastri in the lead, the long saga of appointment of the Team India coach is drawing to a close
Onfield Nationalism From A Box
Sports Magazine July 03, 2017
A gullible nation, groomed for decades by television channels striving to maximise profit, has come to regard India vs Pakistan matches as proxy war
Crown At The Colony’s Mercy
Sports Magazine June 26, 2017
Officialdom, advertisers and a deluge of confident fanfare—this Champions Trophy is an Indian show
Frequently Dropped
Sports Magazine June 19, 2017
The ambiguity over a new coach is just BCCI veterans’ tactic to delay reforms
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