Lord Paul compliments team India on its victory at Lord's
NRI industrialist Lord Swraj Paul, a keen cricket enthusiast, has complimented the Indian team for their its victory against England in the second Test at the historic Lord's here.
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Flu move to third in Brazil Serie A
Argentine playmaker Dario Conca has been on target as Fluminense overcame Santos 1-0 to move to third in Brazil's Serie A standings.
Tomic downs Karlovic to clinch Bogota title
Australia's Bernard Tomic claimed his second career title and secured a return to the world top 100 Sunday when he beat defending champion Ivo Karlovic 7-6 (7/5), 3-6, 7 ..
East Bengal signs New Zealand Word Cupper
East Bengal today announced the signing of New Zealand's World Cupper Leonida Christos "Leo" Bertos as their marquee player.
Rosberg wins German Grand Prix, Force India drivers in top 10
Mercedes driver Nico Rosberg extended his lead in the Formula One drivers' standings with his first win on home soil while both Force India drivers scored points at the ..
Shoaib outshines Samuels to give Tridents first win
Marlon Samuels stroked a classy half-century but was outshone by an equally fine one from Shoaib Malik, as Barbados Tridents beat Antigua Hawksbills by five wickets to p ..
India swamp Singapore to finish 7th in Asia Cup
India ended their campaign in the 5th FIBA Asia Cup Basketball at Wuhan, China today by swamping Singapore 85-36 to finish seventh in the tournament.
No doubt Cook is our leader, says asst coach Farbrace
England assistant coach Paul Farbrace has backed underfire Alastair Cook, saying that the opener is very much the leader of the side and there is still hope for the host ..
India trail England by 13 runs at lunch
India were 11 for no loss at lunch in their second innings, trailing England by 13 runs on day three of the second Test at Lord's here Saturday.
McIlroy wins British Open
London: Northern Ireland's Rory McIlroy shot 71 Sunday to win the British Open at the Royal Liverpool Golf Club in Hoylake.
Vijender leads Indian boxing contingent at CWG
Olympic bronze medallist Vijender Singh will lead the Indian boxing contingent at the Commonwealth Games to be held in Glasgow from July 23 to Aug 3.
My batting form has helped my bowling: Bhuvi
India's top bowler in the ongoing Test series against England with 11 wickets to his credit, pacer Bhuvneshwar Kumar says his good form with the bat has been a major fac ..
Former Brazil defender attacked by fan
Former Brazil defender Andre Santos was assaulted by a fan after his team Flamengo lost 4-0 to Internacional.
Smith calls time on Surrey stint
South Africa great Graeme Smith will not be returning to Surrey next season, the English county announced Sunday.
Promotion of certain sports activities is CSR: Govt
The government today said social welfare expenditure by companies towards promotion of sports like the rural and national sports would be considered as a CSR activity.
Chris Gayle's sexist remark leaves women's rights group fuming
A women's rights group here has condemned as "sexist" remarks made by Jamaica Tallawahs captain Chris Gayle to a female journalist at a media conference.
Golf: Sick Lahiri bows out of The Open
An ailing Anirban Lahiri of India bowed out of The Open Championship golf with a second straight three-over-par 75 here Friday.
Indian involved in football through the world of stamps
India may not have participated in the ongoing 2014 FIFA World Cup, but one person from the country is making waves in the world of football, albeit through stamps.
Bagan to take on Royal University team of Bhutan
Mohun Bagan will take on Royal University Team of Bhutan in a preparation match for the Calcutta Football League Premier Division at their club ground on Thursday.
My gut feeling driven by logic and experience: Dhoni
Being instinctive is seen as Mahendra Singh Dhoni's best attributes but the man who has captained India to unprecedented highs in the last seven years reveals that his o ..