Robin Bose has more than two decades of experience as a sports reporter. He specialises in writing on golf.
Articles by Robin Bose
Kapur joins Unho Park in lead with late surge; Randhawa placed joint second at half-way stage, reports Robin Bose.
Unheralded Shamim takes early lead, reports Robin Bose.
Going into the $2.5 million Johnnie Walker Classic, 'Monty', who looks well beyond his 44 years under the sun, would be hoping the DLF Golf and Country Club provides him an opportunity to narrow the disparity.
Back after 2004, Fijian Vijay Singh is impressed with Indian golf, reports Robin Bose.
One of the early birds at the picturesque course, Randhawa appeared satisfied with the look-in. “It promises to be exciting as the greens are fast and challenging, reports Robin Bose.
Studying the model must have reminded the lithe golfer of the tenacious display that enabled him to pull back from the brink on the penultimate day of the SAIL Open, reports Robin Bose.
S.S.P. Chowrasia is a firm believer in falling in line with the exigencies of the hour. If the past week called for merriment following his astounding run in the Indian Masters, the time was ripe on Tuesday to toss aside the gaiety.
Younis Khan keeps the 3-Test match series alive with a little help from Mohammad Yousuf, reports Robin Bose.
All eyes are on skipper Anil Kumble on the last day as India stretch lead to over 300, reports Robin Bose. Full scorecard
They stretch Pak's first innings to 4th day, but follow-on threat still looms over them, reports Robin Bose. See Full Scorecard
Wasim Jaffer notches up his maiden ton at the Eden against Pakistan and is in sight of his 2nd Test double, reports Robin Bose.
India retain their strong position against Pak with Sourav Ganguly notching up his first ton at the Eden, reports Robin Bose.
In contrast to the injury-hit Pak side, the Indian house looks in order and the home team is looking forward to make it 2-0, reports R Bose.
By reducing Pakistan to 142-8, the Indian bowlers seemed to be following that 1999 script. Here’s how this game went.
Shoaib strikes thrice but Sourav, Sachin grind down the Pak attack, reports Robin Bose.
A lot depends on VVS Laxman now after a day of lows and highs leaves game wide open, reports Robin Bose.
India and Pakistan race neck-and-neck at the end of day 3, but the tourists may just have an edge, reports Robin Bose.
Displaying remarkable patience, the No 5 shepherds Pakistan to respectability after a horrendous start, reports Robin Bose.
Three key pacemen have been hobbled before the first Test. But on a track of uncertain nature, it will be a fight to finish, writes Robin Bose.
India's hopes of carrying forward the momentum of the ODI series victory to the Tests gets a jolt, reports Robin Bose.
Pak land without the injured Asif, coach Lawson says the force could be with Shoaib Akhtar, reports Robin Bose. Watch video
Barring Prabhakar, Wednesday did not bring forth any other sign of dissonance in the Delhi camp, reports Robin Bose.
Just two days after being MoM in the T20 match, Gautam Gambhir is back at nets. In an exclusive chat with HT, the southpaw opens up on cricket, his attitude to life and his fascination for Bhagat Singh.
Kotla pitch goes green to assist the bowlers but the Delhi batsmen find it difficult to come to terms, reports Robin Bose.
In a freewheeling chat, Gautam Gambhir talks about his priorities to Robin Bose.