HindustanTimes Thu,18 Dec 2014


Is Sehwag's batting under evil spell?

The Mahakali Pooja to ward off the evil spirit, held at the banks of Yamuna does suggest so, reports Atul Sondhi.

Milan's tainted season could end in a blaze of glory

AC Milan, whose participation in the Champions League was in serious doubt at the beginning of the season, could finish the campaign as European Cup winners for the seventh time on Wednesday.

Leading contenders for the women's singles title

Leading contenders for the women's singles title at the French Open.

Federer needs to be great dictator

Roger Federer has virtually everything any 25-year-old tennis player could want. What he doesn't have is a French Open title, writes Dave James.

Whatmore's dilemma and ethics

Like Bhishma, the coach's love and loyalty can waver between Kauravas and Pandavas, writes Atul Sondhi.

One partnership and a decision

Despite massive margins, there are occasions when there is very little to separate the winners from the losers, writes Atul Sondhi.

Vaughan pleased to experience Test success again

England captain Michael Vaughan was delighted to mark his first Test match in 18 months with a century and a thumping innings and 283-run win over West Indies.

Langer wishes Kevin Pietersen was an Aussie

Justin Langer has said Australia "would love" to have England's Kevin Pietersen in their side after the batsman enhanced his growing reputation with his maiden Test double hundred.

Bangla glory is fine, but where’s the money?

When one thinks of the winners’ cheques in games likes tennis and golf, one sees how cricket is stingy in comparison to the rest, writes Sunil Gavaskar.

Is Indian cricket really shining?

Fans feel Indian cricket is shining as they see a dressed up product that combines fashion and entertainment, writes Amrit Mathur.

French Open repeat beckons Federer, Nadal

As Federer and Nadal take go into their semis on Friday, they know that the opponents will not let them prevail easily.

Federer in an unfamiliar position

Roger Federer found himself in an unfamiliar position at the French Open: even with an opponent at one set apiece.

Henin back on top after dark days

Six months after one of the darkest stages of her life, Justine Henin is enjoying one of the brightest.

Milkha adopts chess strategy at Oakmont

India's Jeev Milkha Singh is approaching this week's US Open with the precision and calculation of a chess grandmaster.

Ferrari still looking for answers

Although Felipe Massa of Brazil and Kimi Raikkonen of Finland finished third and fourth, they never seriously were in contention.
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