Apr 17

IPL: Mumbai to face Bangalore in search for maiden win
IPL: Mumbai to face Bangalore in search for maiden win

MUMBAI: Winless Mumbai Indians will aim to register their maiden win when they face Royal Challengers Bangalore in an IPL match at the Wankhede Stadium here on Tuesday. Currently at the bottom of the points table, Mumbai lost all the three matches played. First, against Chennai Super Kings (CSK) in the season opener and then

Woman molested during IPL match at Wankhede stadium
Woman molested during IPL match at Wankhede stadium

Woman molested during IPL match at Wankhede stadium. A woman has accused a man of molesting her during an Indian Premier League (IPL) clash between Mumbai Indians (MI) and Delhi Daredevils (DD) at the Wankhede stadium on April 14. The police have arrested the accused on the basis of a complaint filed by the woman.Earlier

Kapil Dev admires Big B’s discipline, dedication

Kapil Dev admires Big B’s discipline, dedication. India’s first World Cup winning skipper Kapil Dev says he admires megastar Amitabh Bachchan’s discipline, dedication and passion towards his profession. “Amitji has been an icon for generations and I admire his discipline, dedication and passion towards his profession till date,” Kapil said in a statement. Amitabh and

CWG’18 boxing: Mary Kom dedicates gold medal to kids

CWG’18 boxing: Mary Kom dedicates gold medal to kids. World champion M.C. Mary Kom has dedicated her gold medal won at the Commonwealth Games to her children and thanked her coaches and support staff for believing in her. Kom said, “I am delighted to have won my first CWG medal. It was something that I

Talent abundant, but Punjab needs to create better infrastructure: Harbhajan

Talent abundant, but Punjab needs to create better infrastructure: Harbhajan. There is no dearth of talent in Punjab but the state needs to create better infrastructure and provide more facilities to youngsters to hone their skills, senior cricketer Harbhajan Singh said today. “These days, very few kids are coming out to play outdoor sport. To

Bajrang strikes gold, silver for Pooja; Divya bags bronze
Bajrang strikes gold, silver for Pooja; Divya bags bronze

GOLD COAST: Bajrang Kumar won the gold medal in the 65kg while Mausam Khatri (97kg) and Pooja Dhanda (57kg) won a silver each and Divya Kakran (68kg) bagged a bronze medal as Indian wrestlers enjoyed a successful day at the 21st Commonwealth Games (CWG) here on Friday. Bajrang needed only around two minutes to overpower Kane Charig of Wales

Shooter Tejaswini Sawant breaks CWG record to clinch gold

Shooter Tejaswini Sawant breaks CWG record to clinch gold. Indian shooters are on a roll at the ongoing Commonwealth Games and Tejaswini Sawant and Anjum Moudgil further signalled India’s dominance by landing gold and silver respectively in the finals of Women’s 50m Rifle 3 here on Friday. Also, Tejaswini broke a Commonwealth Games record with

Sushil, Aware strike gold; Babita settles for silver
Sushil, Aware strike gold; Babita settles for silver

Gold Coast – Double-Olympic medallist Sushil Kumar (74kg) and event debutant Rahul Aware (57kg) provided the golden touch as India snared an impressive four medals on the opening day of the 21st Commonwealth Games’ wrestling competition here. Defending champion Sushil barely spent any time on the mat, his final lasting just a minute and 20 seconds,

BCCI to take call on shifting IPL from Chennai: CSK CEO
BCCI to take call on shifting IPL from Chennai: CSK CEO

BCCI to take call on shifting IPL from Chennai: CSK CEO NEW DELHI: Chennai Super Kings (CSK) Chief Execuitve Officer K.S. Viswanathan on Tuesday confirmed that the Chennai police have suggested they shift their IPL matches from Chennai amidst the volatile situation over the Cauvery waters dispute. We talked to the Chennai Commissioner of Police

Gaurav Solanki ,Vikas Krishan and Manish in semis, Mary Kom in final
CWG 2018: Gaurav Solanki ,Vikas Krishan and Manish in semis, Mary Kom in final

GOLD COAST:Indian boxers Gaurav Solanki, Vikas Krishan Yadav and Manish Kaushik entered the semi-finals while M.C. Mary Kom stormed into the final, even as Sarita Devi and Pinki Rani crashed out of the 21st Commonwealth Games here on Wednesday. Gaurav defeated Charles Keama of Papua New Guinea in a unanimous 5:0 verdict in the quarter-finals

R.Madhavan's son wins Bronze for India in swimming
R.Madhavan’s son wins Bronze for India in swimming

R.Madhavan’s son wins Bronze for India in swimming . R Madhavan’s 12-year-old son Vedaant has made India and his parents, R Madhavan and Sarita proud. He won a bronze medal for India in the 1500 meter freestyle category at the Thailand Swimming Championship 2018. Proud father R Madhavan announced this news along with a photograph

26-year-old Shreyasi claims gold to swell India's medals tally
26-year-old Shreyasi claims gold to swell India’s medals tally

26-year-old Shreyasi claims gold to swell India’s medals tally. Shreyasi Singh held her nerve and capitalised on her opponent’s lapses to win the women’s double trap gold medal in the 21st Commonwealth Games here today. Shreyasi shot 96 in the finals and beat Australia’s Emma Cox 2 shots to 1 in the shoot-off at Belmont

HOCKEY: Eyes on semifinal spot, India take on Malaysia
Hockey: Eyes on semifinal spot, India take on Malaysia

GOLD COAST: There haven’t been any defeats to worry over but the Indian men’s hockey team would be eager to ensure that its far-from-convincing campaign finds some footing when it takes on lower-ranked Malaysia at the Commonwealth Games here on Monday. Starting off against Pakistan should have been ideal to get the adrenaline going for the

CWG 2018: Record-breaking Jitu wins gold, Mitharval bags bronze

Record-breaking Jitu wins gold, Mitharval bags bronze. Indian shooting ace Jitu Rai claimed the gold medal in men’s 10m air pistol event by creat ing a new games record while compatriot Om Prakash Mitharval bagged a bronze at the 21st Commonwealth Games here today.World Championship silver medallist Rai shot 235.1 to comfortably finish top of

Underworld again active in India to spread its roots through cricket betting

Narinder Jagga Chandigarh, April 8: Amid uncertainty over the recommendations on Cricket betting by both Lodha Committee and Mudgal Committee, which have given their advises to legalisation of betting, the Underwood has started to be active in India by spreading its roots through cricket betting. Series of IPL matches has been started today from Mohali

Shooter Manu Bhaker wins gold, Heena takes silver
CWG 2018: Shooter Manu Bhaker wins gold, Heena takes silver

BRISBANE: Manu Bhaker was in a league of her own as she shattered two records en route to adding the Commonwealth Games gold medal to the glowing list of achievements in her relatively nascent career, while compatriot Heena Sidhu bagged silver in the 10m air pistol event here today. The 16-year-old Bhaker’s calm demeanour belied her age

Underworld again active in India to spread its roots through cricket betting
Underworld again active in India to spread its roots through cricket betting

Chandigarh(Narinder Jagga): Amid uncertainty over the recommendations on Cricket betting by both Lodha Committee and Mudgal Committee, which have given their advises to legalisation of betting, the Underwood has started to be active in India by spreading its roots through cricket betting. Series of IPL matches has been started today from Mohali as well as

Manika Batra leads India to historic women table tennis gold at CWG
Manika Batra leads India to historic women table tennis gold at CWG

GOLD COAST: Manika Batra inspired India to a historic gold medal with her stunning singles victories, fashioning an unthinkable 3-1 victory over four-time gold medallists Singapore in the final of the women’s team event at the Commonwealth Games here. World No. 58 Batra first scored the biggest of her career by humbling world number four

IPL: Rahul, Nair guide Punjab to victory against Delhi
IPL: Rahul, Nair guide Punjab to victory against Delhi

MOHALI: Opener Lokesh Rahul’s (51) fastest fifty in the Indian Premier League (IPL) history and Karun Nair’s explosive fifty helped Kings XI Punjab beat Delhi Daredevils by six wickets in the second match here on Sunday. Chasing modest target 167, Rahul slamming 50 of just 14 balls, gave a flying start to his team before

Sathish fights through pain for golden finish
CWG 2018: Sathish fights through pain for golden finish

GOLD COAST: Defending champion Sathish Sivalingam (77kg) claimed India’s third gold medal in the Commonwealth Games on Saturday , coming out tops comfortably despite having given up podium hopes after his injured thighs made even routine things like sitting painful. The 25-year-old Indian Lifted a total 317kg (144kg+173kg) and was so ahead of the competition