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Alarm bells are on for IOB


IOB players would not like to watch the video of the national club volleyball championship final. They should, to realize how ONGC outclassed them in every aspect of the game at Santhome School indoor

Club volleyball: It’s IOB vs ONGC final


Dream followed nightmare, glory replaced gloom and satisfaction succeeded disappointment at the national club volleyball championship here on Friday.

After the abject capitulation of Chennai Customs

IOB bank on profitable start


With international players decorating all positions, the volleyball team of Indian Overseas Bank are always expected to win.

They will be under even greater pressure to deliver at the national club

Meet the marathon man of Chennai


P. Sundar works for an airline company but his heart is always on the ground. He is head over heels in love with running.

The 28-year-old Nanganallur resident pursues excellence in a field that is n

Mighty Joe Frazier didn’t get his due


Joe Frazier who died on Monday after a brief battle with cancer is one of the unsung heroes in the history of boxing.

In popularity he was nowhere near Muhammad Ali, with whom he fought three epic b

Racism row: Terry, Williams in dock


The demon of racism hasn’t yet been banished from sports.

After John Terry’s alleged racist abuse of QPR defender Anton Ferdinand in an EPL match last month, Tiger Woods’ former caddie Steve William

Olympics hockey: Canada challenge for India in qualifiers?


Indian men’s hockey team may face Canada challenge in the first leg of the Olympic qualifiers, which will be held in New Delhi from February 15 to 26.

Spain, South Korea and India are the three high

Senthil quits on a high


M. Senthil shed a few tears at the MRK Stadium after IOB’s win over Southern Railway in the Chennai Hockey Association super six on Wednesday.

A bundle of emotions, the forward was lost for words. It

Laxman Karan holds family torch aloft


Hockey player B. Laxman Karan has dyed his hair brown to look different on the field. Karan had been in such stellar form for Central Excise in the CHA league that he needed no colour correction on hi

Dakshina in elite league


S. Dakshinamoorthy, 54, has joined the elite band of Indian volleyball coaches who have attended a FIVB Level-III course.

The SAI coach, who is on deputation to the Sports Development Authority of T

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