Jonathan Selvaraj The Indian Express Group
Thursday 9 January '14Injuries to first-choice forwards has given Walmiki, Yousuf an opportunity to play.
Wednesday 8 January '14A packed 2014 calendar means top players and young stars will have to balance out their workload.
Tuesday7 January '14For a team that last played at Hockey Asia Cup in August last year, there was little rustiness.
Friday3 January '14Results in Valsad and Dhanbad meant that Delhi were knocked out of a quarterfinal berth.
Thursday2 January '14Finish Day Three at 132 for six with a lead of 45; Gambhir, Sehwag out cheaply
Wednesday1 January '14On day Binny gets maiden India call up, hits 88 and builds 127-run stand with Nair.
Tuesday31 December '13Gambhir (54) saving grace as Delhi crumble to 202 against strong Karnataka attack.
Tuesday31 December '13Saurashtra and Services at Rajkot has had a 19-wicket day.
Tuesday24 December '1317-year-old runner-up Rituparna is the find of the senior badminton championships.
Thursday19 December '13After the nationals, Jwala will be playing the Korea Super Series but is looking to the future.
Tuesday17 December '13German forward Christopher Ruhr had stood out by some distance from the rest.
Monday16 December '13On morning of bronze medal match, each Dutch player sits on pillows & begins to meditate.
Sunday15 December '13The last time the two teams met, in the bronze medal playoff of the European Juniors, France had been blanked 8-0.
Saturday14 December '13Adding to the intensity of the tournament has been the number of comebacks.
Saturday14 December '13The win takes Germany within a game of their sixth junior world title.
Friday13 December '13Germany were under pressure right from the start of the tournament when they lost to Belgium.
Wednesday11 December '13Brinkman also has an Olympic bronze in 1988 which he doesn't mention much.
Tuesday10 December '13Earlier Malaysia wrapped up their third win in Group D in as many games with a dominant 4-2 win.
Monday9 December '13Advance from Group B; Malaysia also through after consecutive wins in Group D
Sunday8 December '13New Zealand isn’t the only country to have Gujarati origin players.
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