02 Oct 2014
Incheon: The organizing committee of Asian Games on Thursday said that Indian boxer L Sarita Devi's refusal to accept her bronze medal during the ceremony was 'regretful and against the spirit of sportsmanship' and the matter has now landed in the doorsteps of Olympic Council of Asia.
01 Oct 2014
Karachi: Pakistan Cricket Board Chairman Shahryar Khan believes the Lahore Lions' successful participation in the ongoing Champions League Twenty20 will open the Indian Premier League (IPL) doors for the country's players.
30 Sep 2014
Incheon: The Indian mixed doubles table tennis team of Anthony Amalraj and Madhurika Patkar was eliminated in the pre-quarterfinals of the 17th Asian Games herein Incheon on Tuesday.
29 Sep 2014
Incheon: India's Davis Cup skipper Anand Amritraj says Yuki Bhambri must utilise his big frame to send down booming serves if he wants to fare better in his tennis career.
27 Sep 2014
Incheon: On a day when India got a bagful of medals, Sharath Kamal and company kept the country's hopes alive in table tennis as the men's and women's team paddlers won their respective preliminary round matches in the 17th Asian Games, on Saturday.
28 Sep 2014
Beijing: Rafael Nadal makes his long-awaited return to action at the China Open this week, where he will be seeking to challenge world number one Novak Djokovic’s 100 percent record in Beijing.
28 Sep 2014
Incheon: Their confidence boosted by a 6-1 rout of Malaysia, Indian women hockey players are looking forward to their 17th Asian Games semi-final match against South Korea here on Monday.
29 Sep 2014
Incheon: Looking to end a 16-year-old gold drought, the Indian men's hockey team faces a tough South Korea test in the semi-finals of the 17th Asian Games, in Incheon on Tuesday.
22 Sep 2014
Kolkata: Former Indian skipper and co-owner of ISL team Athletico De Kolkata Sourav Ganguly on Monday said the presence of eminent foreign players in the squad would help the local boys to raise their playing standards and of the game too.
23 Sep 2014
LONDON: Manchester United, who spent 150 million pounds ($245.18 million) on new players in the summer, might need to spend another 100 million pounds before they can compete for the Premier League title, according to former defender Phil Neville.