Irrespective of who represents the board at the June 23 ICC meeting in London, whether it's N Srinivasan or Jagmohan Dalmiya, indications from the BCCI suggest India will continue to oppose the Decision Review System being made mandatory. Khurram Habib reports.
With a majority of those arrested being allowed bail and a key witness attempting to turn hostile within two consecutive days, the Delhi Police’s investigations into the recent spot-fixing scandal seemed to have hit another legal roadblock today. Jatin Anand reports
Defending champion Saina Nehwal's hopes of retaining her Thailand Grand Prix Gold title went up in smoke as she suffered a stunning three-game defeat to Singapore's Juan Gu in the quarterfinals of the women's singles competition on Friday.
Having expressed reservation over the draft of the proposed anti-fixing bill prepared by the law ministry, the sports ministry will now set-up its own committee to draw a fresh draft. Chetan Chauhan and Nagendar Sharma report.
The CBI on Thursday questioned Suresh Kalmadi, the former chief of the Commonwealth Games organising committee, in connection with alleged irregularities in over Rs. 70 crore contracts given to a Mauritius-based company for the 2010 games. HT reports.
In a twist to the T20 league spot-fixing scandal, Delhi Police today said Raj Kundra, husband of actress Shilpa Shetty and one of the owners of Rajasthan Royals, has confessed to placing bets on his team through his business partner Umesh Goenka. Shilpa-Raj Kundra lash out at media on Twitter
Sachin Tendulkar on Tuesday expressed hope that India's football team will qualify for the FIFA World Cup in 2022 to be held in Qatar.
India's campaign at the Badminton Asia Championships came to an end after P V Sindhu lost her women's singles quarterfinal match against Eriko Hirose of Japan here on Friday.
The long-awaited demand of the Sports Authority of India (SAI), to set up a system to produce top-class coaches, was fulfilled in the Union Budget presented on Thursday. The finance ministry has earmarked Rs. 250 crore for the development of a 'coaches' training system' in the budgetary allocation of Rs. 1219 given to the sports ministry.
Hockey, which was once considered our National Game is all set for a league of its own. The league, titled the Hockey India League (HIL) that began on January 14, will go on till February 10 and will be featuring players from India and abroad.
The National Sports Federations (NSFs) run the risk of stringent action from international bodies if they align with the suspended Indian Olympic Association (IOA) or attend any of its meetings.
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From the homeless to people in war-torn areas, sport has provided hope to many and inspired countless others across the world. N Ananthanarayanan
It's been a while since Daniel Chopra played on Indian soil, and the eyes wandered around the hall as the 38-year-old tried to recollect his last appearance, reports Robin Bose.
“It’s a lot different,” says Jessica Ennis, reflecting on how life has changed since winning Olympic gold, “a lot different to the way it was before the Games.” Only the other day, a bunch of schoolchildren wanted to hug her.