Shalini Gupta is a member of the Chandigarh sports team and has been a sports journalist for 10 years. She mainly writes on cricket.
Articles by Shalini Gupta
The former off-spinner will stay in the job for another year, ending questions whether the poor show in the ODI World Cup will lead to his removal
Chandigarh’s Parushi Prabhakar has been selected for the National Cricket Academy camp to be held at the IS Bindra PCA Stadium in Mohali from May 16
- Kolkata beat Sunrisers Hyderabad by 54 runs after the all-rounder hit 49 not out and took 3 wickets in Pune.
- Bowlers take charge after de Kock, Hooda and Stoinis shine with bat.
- She is the only Indian man or woman to score over 150 in a T20 match
Chennai Super Kings beat Sunrisers Hyderabad by 13 runs after amassing 202 runs; Nicholas Pooran’s unbeaten 64 not enough as CSK win by 13 runs
Skipper of the Indian ODI women's team opens up on the issues that led to its exit from the 2022 World Cup at the group stage
- IPL newcomers clinch their fifth win in six games, by three wickets, while the holders are languishing at ninth in the points table after their fifth defeat
ByShalini Gupta, Mumbai
It was six months ago that golfer Yuvarj Singh Sandhu last competed at the Chandigarh Golf Club (CGC), when he took part in the Jeev Milkha Singh Invitational; since then, he has won two Professional Golf Tour of India (PGTI) titles and jumped to second position in the PGTI Order of Merit, just behind Ajeetesh Sandhu
- The batting of the five-time champions caves in before Rawat's 66 and Kohli's 48 steer Bangalore to a seven-wicket victory in Pune.
To encash on the popularity of the sport, Chandigarh Golf Club is mulling a league of its own on the lines of Royal Premier Golf League in Kolkata and Delhi Golf Club League
Lack of a settled playing eleven was one of the issues that plagued India's campaign in New Zealand
- The three-wicket loss in their final league game pushed the 2017 finalists to fifth on the points table and out of a semi-final spot
ByShalini Gupta, Christchurch
Daughter of a retired Himachal Road Transport Corporation driver, Kaur has earned accolades from the mountaineering community and holds a record of being the first Indian woman to conquer 8,167m high Mount Dhaulagiri
Bhatia leads batting revival before spin punch fells Bangladesh.
- Favourites Australia eased to a six-wicket win, chasing a World Cup record 278, at Eden Park, Auckland. It sent the winners into the semi-finals of the Women’s ODI Cricket World Cup.
- After four games, skipper Mithali Raj’s lack of runs stays a concern.
Chandigarh Golf Club (CGC), one of the most prominent clubs in India, will go to polls on Sunday after almost four years. Lt Colonel HS Chahal (retd), SPS Ghai and Major Rajinder Singh Virk (retd) are contesting for the post of president
- A match after scoring 300 plus in a big win over West Indies, the 2017 runners-up were skittled out for 134 as the defending champions won by four wickets at Mount Maunganui.
She has been vital for India with bat and ball in the World Cup
- The most successful ODI bowler in women's cricket is now also the highest wicket-taker in the World Cup
- The senior batters put together a record partnership of 184 to help Mithali Raj's team bounce back after a defeat to New Zealand
- West Indies will seek a third successive win and take a step closer to the semi-finals, India, having lost to New Zealand, know another defeat will make it hard for them to go deep in the 50-over competition.
- Harmanpreet Kaur's late aggression after Jhulan Goswami equalled the World Cup record for wickets was too little as New Zealand won by 62 runs in Hamilton.
- The seasoned pacer needs two more scalps to become the most successful bowler in the tournament’s history; India look for their second straight win in Hamilton on Thursday.
- The teenager from Siliguri is fast building fan following in the hill region where India stumper Wriddhiman Saha was the lone poster boy until now.
- After struggling in the bilateral white-ball games against hosts New Zealand, Rajeshwari Gayakwad and Co show they have now adapted to the conditions.
ByShalini Gupta, Chandigharh
- The pair hit robust fifties to revive the innings and hand the 2017 World Cup runners-up an easy win in the opening game of this edition in New Zealand.
- We want to get the momentum going into the tournament, says India skipper.
- Deepti Sharma is a bankable spin option and has recorded the highest score for an Indian in ODIs.