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Riding, But Not Into The Sunset
Sports Magazine November 27, 2017
Batting On
The howls asking for Dhoni to retire after a glitch or two are from lone wolves. Coach, captain and the cricketing fraternity are behind him.
The World’s A Match
Sports Magazine November 20, 2017
Young Bat
Prithvi Shaw’s bat has scythed through opponents. It cannot stop the plunder now.
On A Board: No Permit To Rebels
Sports Magazine November 13, 2017
Stop Match
The BCCI is stamping out unauthorised T20 leagues through harsh diktats. At stake is its mastery over Indian cricket.
No Curl Yet Over The Wall
Sports Magazine October 30, 2017
Cover Story
Federational bungling for decades and lack of structure turned India, a proud footballing nation, into perpetual minnows. To harness the positive charge of the U-17 World Cup, Indian football needs a determined, tactical overhaul.
Man On The 37th Floor
Sports Magazine September 25, 2017
Profile
How to go from a JNU jholawala to the TV tycoon who swung a $2.5 bn IPL deal
Blackwash For Another Day
Sports Magazine September 18, 2017
5-Day Falters
Half of Test-playing teams are failing the five-day test. Only steady reform can dispel this cross-batted misery.
At The Mainland’s Stolid Defence
Sports Magazine September 11, 2017
Last Stand
Cruelly barred from joining cricket’s mainstream for long, Northeastern states have decided on a final fling of the ball
Working On Technical Flaws
Sports Magazine September 04, 2017
New Innings
As Sree Santh gets a clean chit, other banned cricketers hope to get their names cleared by the courts
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.
Riding, But Not Into The Sunset
Sports Magazine November 27, 2017
The howls asking for Dhoni to retire after a glitch or two are from lone wolves. Coach, captain and the cricketing fraternity are behind him.
The World’s A Match
Sports Magazine November 20, 2017
Prithvi Shaw’s bat has scythed through opponents. It cannot stop the plunder now.
On A Board: No Permit To Rebels
Sports Magazine November 13, 2017
The BCCI is stamping out unauthorised T20 leagues through harsh diktats. At stake is its mastery over Indian cricket.
No Curl Yet Over The Wall
Sports Magazine October 30, 2017
Federational bungling for decades and lack of structure turned India, a proud footballing nation, into perpetual minnows. To harness the positive charge of the U-17 World Cup, Indian football needs a determined, tactical overhaul.
Another 1983, For Football
Sports Magazine October 30, 2017
The tricolour flew high in Asian football. Early stirrings of a recovery can be felt now.
Man On The 37th Floor
Sports Magazine September 25, 2017
How to go from a JNU jholawala to the TV tycoon who swung a $2.5 bn IPL deal
Blackwash For Another Day
Sports Magazine September 18, 2017
Half of Test-playing teams are failing the five-day test. Only steady reform can dispel this cross-batted misery.
At The Mainland’s Stolid Defence
Sports Magazine September 11, 2017
Cruelly barred from joining cricket’s mainstream for long, Northeastern states have decided on a final fling of the ball
Working On Technical Flaws
Sports Magazine September 04, 2017
As Sree Santh gets a clean chit, other banned cricketers hope to get their names cleared by the courts
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.
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