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Mariamma Koshy has been appointed the interim president of the Hockey India

New Delhi: Mariamma Koshy, the head of Hockey Kerala has been appointed the interim president of the Hockey India in place of octagenarian Vidya Stokes, who resigned from the post a few days back. The executive body of Hockey India (HI), today accepted the resignation …

I am yet to be paid by the BCCI for my role: Gavaskar

I am yet to be paid by the BCCI for my role: Gavaskar

New Delhi: The payment dispute between Sunil Gavaskar and BCCI took an ugly turn with the former Indian captain hitting out at the Cricket Board for not paying him for his role in the IPL Governing Council, a claim which was promptly refuted by the …

Lee Westwood become top in the world golf rankings

Berlin: Lee Westwood must have known by Saturday that come Sunday he would top the world golf rankings, taking over from American super-star Tiger Woods. For 281 weeks in a row (and a total of 623 weeks) the American has been at the pinnacle of …

Pakistan beat South Africa by one wicket

Pakistan beat South Africa by one wicket

ABU DHABI: Pakistan beat South Africa by one wicket with one ball to spare in the second One-Day International at the Zayed Cricket Stadium on Sunday.Needing 287 for a victory, Pakistan was powered by a stunning unbeaten century by Abdul Razzaq, who hit seven fours …

Sachin’s bat fetches Rs 42 lakh

Mumbai: Indian batting icon Sachin Tendulkar’s willow fetched the highest bid of Rs 42 lakh at a glittering sports auction here that saw personal items donated by 25 top sportspersons from the country and overseas go under the hammer. The champion batsman had scored an …

I will always be a student of the game: Tendulkar

I will always be a student of the game: Tendulkar

NEW DELHI: Sachin Tendulkar is “happy but not satisfied” with his current form.In spite of playing some of his finest knocks in both forms of the game in the past two years, Tendulkar is “looking to improve” and “will always be a student of the …

Bopanna-Qureshi to enter the semi-finals of St. Petersburg Open tennis tournament

St. Petersburg (Russia): Second-seeded Rohan Bopanna of India and Aisam-Ul-Haq Qureshi of Pakistan saved a match point before rallying to a 3-6, 7-6(4) 10-1 victory over Serbians Janko Tipsarevic and Viktor Troicki to enter the semi-finals of the $663,750 St. Petersburg Open tennis tournament. It …