Krishnendu Banerjee

Four days or one, Prithvi remains the Shaw-stopper

Prithvi Shaw is a name that has constantly come up during recent selection debates for the national team.

8 hours ago

Bengaluru youngster’s silver medal carries forward family legacy

Just 45 days before the Asian Games in Jakarta, Indonesia, Fouaad Mirza and other equestrian athletes were left in the dark about their future.

11 Sep 2018

Rishabh Pant can shore up Indian middle-order in Test matches: Adam Gilchrist

Since MS Dhoni’s retirement from Test cricket, India have struggled to find a suitable replacement for the longer format of the game.

10 Sep 2018

Neutral venues will reduce Davis charm: Vijay Amritraj

On August 16, Davis Cup was radically overhauled. Doing away with the 118-year-old history of the tournament, International Tennis Federation (ITF) voted in favour of a “much needed” change.

08 Sep 2018

Mayank Agarwal extends purple patch, but India A slump to big loss

In the last one year or so, if someone has shown a lot of promise as a batsman in the domestic circuit, it is Mayank Agarwal.

06 Sep 2018

Kuldeep Yadav focussing on red-ball cricket

Kuldeep Yadav has been India’s white-ball specialist.

05 Sep 2018

Bawne misses century, rescues India A vs Australia A

India’s supply line of batsmen has been good, at least for conditions in the sub-continent.

04 Sep 2018

Mohammed Siraj grabs 8/59 to serve reminder to selectors

In the last one-and-half months, Hyderabad pacer Mohammed Siraj has claimed 41 wickets in the long and short formats of the game.

03 Sep 2018

Aaron seeks old spark after overcoming inner demons

Struggle and a sportsperson’s life are synonymous. And if it’s swimming in India, the struggle intensifies. But it’s all worth it if you make it to the Olympics.

29 Jul 2018

Brothers in arms: Manis worth the investment

Set to be together for the first time on big stage, Arvind & Avinash target good show 

17 Jul 2018

2018 FIFA World Cup: Phelan believes England have no chance in Russia

July 30, 1966 — a date English football aficionados will remember forever. A monstrous crowd of 96,924 at the Wembley stadium remained witness to a historic feat.

30 May 2018

Song is over: Albert Roca parts way with Bengaluru FC after two successful seasons

The 55-year-old Albert Roca cited personal reasons for not renewing the contract which runs till the end of this season.

18 May 2018

With respect for draw, Gurpreet thinks India can win Asian Cup

Gurpreet believes with proper preparation and by playing against stronger teams, India can challenge Thailand (122), Bahrain (116) and UAE (81).

06 May 2018

Bengaluru FC cruise, progress not assured

A bad game and Bengaluru FC were almost shown the door from the AFC Cup.

03 May 2018

Cannot produce another Lee Chong Wei in next 10 years: Hashim

Malaysian shuttlers have had a fair run on the world stage — be it at Olympics, World Championships, Asian Games and other international competitions.

24 Apr 2018