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Sachin set for new innings with OGQ?

The London Olympics proved to be a watershed in Olympic Gold Quest’s history with a chunk of the country’s medal winners being backed by the organization. Though OGQ has kept a low profile it has successfully managed to attract funds and provide best facility to India’s Olympic medal hopefuls.

Déjà Vu for MI


A year has passed since Mumbai Indians’ forgettable Champions League campaign in South Africa but the script continues to have an eerie resemblance. The 2011 winners bowed out in the group stages after suffering a defeat in the first game and a wash-out in the next and their ongoing journey seems to be running on the same path.

Mumbai look for turnaround

After missing out on Indian Premier League games this season, the Motera stadium will kick off Champions League action here with a double-header on Monday.

Agar open to new role in debut T20

In an era when youngsters first gain prominence in T20 leagues across the world, Australian teenager Ashton Agar boasts of a radically different CV. The 19-year-old is yet to make his debut in the shortest format but has already featured in two Ashes Tests.

I am sentimental favourite: Advani

Knowing well that there are no easy games in the professional circuit and having a ranking tournament in India does not tilt conditions heavily in his favour, a practical Pankaj Advani called himself “sentimental favourite” for the much-awaited £500,000 Indian Open next month.

For young Harmeet, the burden is off his back

Having spent sleepless nights ever since his name cropped up in the IPL spot fixing scandal, young left-arm spinner Harmeet Singh finally heaved a sigh of relief on Friday with the disciplinary committee of the BCCI deciding to close the case in the absence of evidence against him.

IBL will catch up with IPL in coming seasons: Saina

Led by their icon player and team captain Saina Nehwal, Hyderabad Hotshots trounced Awadhe Warriors 3-1 to be crowned champions of the inaugural Indian Badminton League at the NSCI complex here on Saturday night.

Saina dominates Sindhu again


If the Indian Badminton League is a platform to showcase Indian talent, Saina Nehwal, has proved to be the leader of the pack.

Advantage Hotshots over Warriors in final

Intent and aggression was evident on Saina Nehwal’s face when the queen of Indian badminton faced rising star P.V. Sindhu on Independence Day in New Delhi.

Saina raps Hidayat over IBL auction stand

Indian badminton star Saina Nehwal has lashed out at Hyderabad Hotshots team-mate and former world champion Taufik Hidayat over his comments criticising the auction process of the inaugural Indian Badminton League.

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