24 Oct 2014
Singapore: Maria Sharapova failed to advance out of the WTA Finals groups and conceded the year-end No.1 ranking to Serena Williams despite a three-set victory over Agnieszka Radwanska on Friday.
22 Oct 2014
Singapore: Serena Williams did not hesitate when asked to describe her performance today, when she took her heaviest defeat since she was 16 years old. "Embarrassing describes the way I played today," Williams said. "Very embarrassing."
20 Oct 2014
Mumbai: Bollywood star Govinda is returning to the big screen after a gap of almost four years with 'Kill Dil', and he says it was his wife Sunita, who urged him to take up this romantic action film.
18 Oct 2014
Los Angeles: The WTA said Friday it has fined Russian Tennis Federation President Shamil Tarpischev USD 25,000 over a comment questioning the gender of Serena and Venus Williams.
01 Oct 2014
Mumbai: West Indies coach Stuart Williams on said mystery spinner Sunil Narine, who has been reported for suspect bowling action during an Oppo Champions League Twenty20 match, will get over the episode in a positive manner.
01 Apr 2013
Sunita Williams holds a world record for the longest space flight by a woman but as a child the Indian American astronaut had never thought about voyaging into space ever.
30 Mar 2013
Indian American astronaut Sunita Williams, who holds the world record for the longest spaceflight by a female astronaut, will start her India trip on April 1 from the national capital.
18 Sep 2014
Mumbai: Actress and social activist Shabana Azmi, who turns 64 Thursday, would co-incidentally spend the day rehearsing for her play "Happy Birthday Sunita". She adds that age is no bar for her as she has embraced life at all stages and advises everyone to do the same.
15 Nov 2012
Sunita Williams and the two co-astronauts on her expedition are winding down their last week aboard the International Space Station, beginning a countdown for the return to Earth of the record setting Indian American cosmonaut after four months in orbit.
15 Aug 2012
Four ISS astronauts, including Indian-American Sunita Williams, will embark on two spacewalks outside the International Space Station to install new equipment and replace defective installations, NASA said.