HindustanTimes Sat,20 Dec 2014


‘We will monitor India’s anti-doping programme’

Australian John Fahey took over from Richard 'Dick' Pound as the president of the World Anti-Doping Agency on January 1 this year. In his first exclusive interview to an Indian newspaper, he talks about his aims and objectives, about the Beijing Olympics, about Indian anti-doping measures and a lot more...

It would be great to play Kasparov again: Anand

Arriving at the city late on Tuesday night, Anand interacted with the media after felicitating the NIIT MCA East Zone title winners.

Granny power behind Alonso return to Renault

Alonso announced his return to Renault on December 10, ending speculation over his driving plans for the 2008 season.

Nandy better than Pal: Brahmanand

Brahmanand Shankwalkar looks much younger than 53, looks good enough for 90. Rajeeb Mukherjee revels more about Goa's first Arjun Award winner.

France striker Benzema aims high for the future

Lyon-born Benzema was 17 when he made his Ligue 1 debut in a game at Metz and his first touch of the ball in that match set up a goal.

Pressure, opening moves worry Sasi

The most hopefull man is out form the Commonwealth Chess, the man GM K Sasikiran told to Parishmita Gogoi, why.

Volvo Chief has great memories of Indian wins

Pyatt was on helm for more than 10 years during which Volvo Masters of Asia and Volvo China Open have become huge events on Asian Tour, had some very nice words for Indian golfers.

'Now, everything is a bonus'

Double-trap shooter RVS Rathore speaks to Ajay Masand about what he feels is right for him. Following are excerpts from an emailed interview, with Rathore at his feisty best.

'Changed format didn't suit me'

In a freewheeling talk with Hindustan Times, Gopi Chand talks about the high points and lows of his game and the constant battle with injuries.

'Hansie Cronje erred grievously'

Talking to Don Monteiro, Bacher discusses about his autobiography that covers everything from his cricketing days to match fixing.

'Larger issue is peace, not who wins'

In an exclusive interview to Kadambari Murali, Miandad says he knows what he wants but doesn't jump headlong into battle for it.

I'd predicted Sachin would attain greatness, says Mohsin

The former Pakistani opener says he had predicted that 'only god could stop' Sachin Tendulkar from becoming a cricket genius.

Tendulkar guided me to my triple century: Sehwag

Sehwag says when he was nearing the milestone at Multan, Tendulkar advised made him realise that he should not miss the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.

Throw anything at us...

When it comes to the hype arouns Indo-Pak cricket series, nothing -not even the Ashes comes close. The enthusiasm has to be seen to be believed.

'I could not talk after the 35th ton...'

I tried to keep things simple. Focussing on the current given moment and the ball. But from all sides it was being conveyed to me that I have to do this.
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