Indian Cricket: The curious case of Bhuvneshwar Kumar. With 63 Test wickets to his name from a mere 21 Test matches, Bhuvi should be an automatic choice.
India pulverise Aussies as odd characters smile at Brisbane! How different can words or word-play describe the win at Brisbane yesterday?
The IPL Commentary Controversy is all about getting personal with Sanjay Manjrekar. After being on the panel for 12 years, he has been dumped unceremoniously.
Kapil should know about cricketers not getting disheartened—Javagal Srinath is a prime example. Srinath never got disheartened even as Kapil continued in search of his records as the Karnataka speedster kept running with drinks on the field.
Dr Jozak, a Ph.D in soccer from the University of Zagreb, splits though the overview to get to the root of playing soccer and that is what intrigued Rajat Yadav from Delhi into incorporating his style of coaching when he chanced upon his training DVD a few years ago.
Well done MSSA (Mumbai Schools Sports Association). Well done Nadim Memon; sports in general need selfless administrators like you!
Dr. Romeo Jozak from Croatia understands young footballers and their psyche and can pick a winner from a kilometre away.
Two World Cups in a row—Anushka Sharma is not someone to take things lying down, time and again. This time she decided to speak her mind.
dear Ravi, it is the viewers who make the game great, don’t ever forget that. Everyone has a right to an opinion; you have no right to shut them up and decide for Dhoni.
If Indian cricket could do without Sourav, Dravid, VVS and Kumble as they aged, so can it without Dhoni. Yes, Dhoni fans will say he needs to go with respect, but Sir, the game is greater than the player.
Dr. Romeo Jozak has been to India thrice in five years and twice in two. Tall and lanky, he does not come across as a powerhouse of soccer that he is, but this humble lad who loves a good company.
Being an NBA (National Basketball Association) fan and a basketball player for my school, finally getting to watch a match in a stadium ‘live’, was a chance of a lifetime. The whole feeling of being on the ‘scene of action’, was out of this world.
Don Bosco High School, Matunga, throws open its doors for Tanish Bagade, a boy less priviliged.
Dr Aijaaz Ashai who has been the physio of the Mumbai and Delhi Ranji Trophy (cricket) team and also of the Indian Rugby team, finds Pro Kabaddi a challenge as chances of injuries are high.
The Oratory was a ‘home’ that welcomed, a ‘school’ that educated, a ‘church’ that evangelized and a ‘playground’ where friends could meet.
For me, it was return back to cricket. It was a joy to see the Kiwis and English players battle it out in the final. It was a team that was playing against another team. Not an individual who made up a team.