• Dutee allowed to take part in Asian C'ships in June

    Promising Odisha sprinter Dutee Chand got a massive shot in the arm after the Court of Arbitration for Sports in Switzerland specifically allowed her to take part in the Asian Championships, pending a final decision on her appeal against IAAF's hyperandrogenism policy

  • Rohan Gavaskar to groom young players

    Former India all-rounder Rohan Gavaskar is all set to help groom young cricketing talent at the Andheri Sports Complex from April 15 through the Rohan Gavaskar Cricket Academy

  • Sri Lanka Cricket interim committee appointed

    The Minister of Sports Navin Dissanayake yesterday appointed an interim committee to run Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC)

  • MIG (Bandra), NSCI emerge champions

    MIG CC (Bandra) and NSCI (Worli) were crowned Division I and Division II champions after they recorded identical but contrasting 3-2 wins over their respective rivals in the final of the inaugural Club Badminton Championship League, sponsored by Bathija Developers-Yonex and hosted by Sports United at the National Sports Club of India (Worli) last week

  • Government must be able to think differently

    Yesterday, this paper ran a two-page photo feature on the State Paralympic Games held at the Dharavi Sports Complex in the city, under the headline: ‘Fable of Able’

  • Controversy over Philander's selection mars South Africa's World Cup exit

    Cricket South Africa and minister rubbish reports that selection of pacer Vernon Philander ahead of fast bowler Kyle Abbott for their team's World Cup semi-final against New Zealand was racially motivated

  • EIC to conduct coaching camps

    Excellence in Cricket (EIC) will be conducting cricket coaching camps at the Payyade Sports Club ground at Borivali and the Dilip Vengsarkar Academy ground at Mahul, Chembur from Monday, April 6

  • Saina Nehwal wins India Open badminton tournament

    Ace shuttler and World No 1 Saina Nehwal won the women's singles title of the India Open Superseries for the first time after beating Thailand's  Ratchanok Intanon

  • Thought of quitting the sport last year: Saina Nehwal

    Saina Nehwal, who created history by reaching the pinnacle of world badminton ranking, on Saturday said she had contemplated “quitting badminton” after last year’s World Championships

  • On track with Michele Mouton, the fastest woman car rallyist

    The only women rally driver to ever win a major round at the World Rally Championship, Michele Mouton, is in India to talk about the historic contribution of women to motor sports

  • Chanakya the fish predicts India will beat Australia

    Chanakya the Flowerhorn cichlid fish from Chennai whose every prediction had come true, has this selected Team India as winner in today's big ICC World Cup semi-final match between India vs Australia. Video courtesy: YouTube

  • KB's words meant the world to our footballers

    Last Saturday, I went to the Cooperage to attend a 4:30 pm condolence meeting in memory of the late sports writer K Bhaskaran, who had passed away earlier in the week

  • Syed Mushtaq Ali T20 Trophy: Yadav spins UP to 71-run win over Vidarbha

    Chinaman bowler Kuldeep Yadav bagged his maiden five-wicket haul in domestic competitions to spin Uttar Pradesh to a 71-run win over Vidarbha in the Central Zone leg encounter of the Syed Mushtaq Ali Twenty20 Trophy at the Holkar Cricket Stadium, here today.

  • ICC World Cup: Sports celebs spill humour on SA vs NZ semifinal

    Who's saying what on Twitter about Tuesday's World Cup semi-final between New Zealand and South Africa at Eden Park

  • A passion for sports

    "It's so great sharing a passion for sports with my son," it was Nita Ambani telling us on Sunday evening that she was soon flying to Australia with son Akash Ambani who has not only been entrusted with one of his father, Mukesh Ambani's most prestigious ventures the Reliance Jio rollout, but has also stepped up smartly to assist his mum in the management of her IPL cricket and football empire

  • Para-athletes put up in unfurnished rooms with dirty toilets; not given proper food

    In a shocking case of official apathy, differently-abled sportspersons participating in the National Para-Athletics Championships have been put up at unfurnished accommodations with dirty toilets and unstable ramps

  • Mexican wrestling star dies after Rey Mysterio kick

    El Hijo Del Perro Aguayo is killed during a match against former WWE star Rey Mysterio Jr in Tijuana. Video courtesy: YouTube

  • Shilpa Shetty rubbishes accusations of Rs 9 crore fraud

    Bollywood actress Shilpa Shetty lashed out on Twitter on Monday and rubbished accusations of 'fraudulently inducing' a Kolkata-based company to invest Rs 9 crores in a company run by her

  • ICC World Cup: Bangladesh will win next time, says sports minister

    Bangladesh Sports Minister Biren Sikder on Sunday said his country will win the next cricket World Cup

  • Sports ministry shocked at para-athletes' apathy

    The sports ministry yesterday expressed shock and concern at the apathy shown by the 15th National Para-Athletic Championship organisers wherein the participants have been denied proper accommodation at the event