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Mumbai Tigers pull out of competitions, set to be disbanded

Thursday 9 January '14

They won their first national title by claiming the Durand Cup in 2012.
I-League clubs report attempt to fix games, FIFA to send Interpol officers

Wednesday 8 January '14

Asia has been outed as a major hub of a global match-fixing net.
Goalkeeper Subrata Pal flies out to join Danish Superliga side

Tuesday 7 January '14

27-year-old is only the third indian to ply his trade in europe, though only for a short stint.
No doing away with lobbying

Monday 6 January '14

Sport can, at times, transcend results. Those who win do not always merit an award.
A window to WC 2014

Thursday 2 January '14

The winter window is general cold on big transfers, with big clubs unwilling to let their star players leave midway though a season.
Goal met, goals scored

Wednesday 1 January '14

The newly refurbished Cooperage can now host matches and make watching soccer an enjoyable experience.
Sport kicked out of the park

Tuesday 31 December '13

Almost every sports body has lived 2013 in the fear of being evicted from its premises. They hope 2014 brings with it stability
Rohan Bopanna gets lighter, fitter after sweaty days in chilly Hyderabad

Tuesday 24 December '13

Rohan Bopanna is not the only one to gain from this camp in Hyderabad.
After impressive year, Sania Mirza 'boots' up with Cara Black for 2014

Sunday 22 December '13

Mirza and Black won back-to-back titles in Tokyo and Beijing to finish the season emphatically.
Sunil Chhetri can really leave a long-lasting legacy: Baichung Bhutia

Sunday 22 December '13

I knew Sunil was capable of beating my record and I am glad he actually managed it, says Bhutia.
Sunil Chhetri : Podium ... not pedestal

Sunday 22 December '13

Sunil Chhetri overtook Baichung Bhutia as India's all-time top goal scorer this season.
India's rowing star Dharmesh Sangwan falls to rebel bullets in South Sudan

Saturday 21 December '13

The Army subedar was serving as an UN peacekeeper; had won Asian Games silver
Why cut when you can move up?

Friday 20 December '13

On the face of it, moving from 66 to 65kg seems to be an obvious and safer option instead of jumping from 66 to 74.
Sushil Kumar weighs his options

Friday 20 December '13

With 66kg category ruled out, Sushil open to moving to 74kg class to accommodate Yogeshwar.
India's weighty issues

Thursday 19 December '13

Sushil, Yogeshwar may have to fight for single Olympic spot after FILA drops category.
Goalmouth melee: Winds of change are blowing through Indian football

Sunday 15 December '13

India is far from being prepared to host big-ticket football events like the Under-17 World Cup.
I have had 95 partners. I didn't choose all of them: Leander Paes

Sunday 15 December '13

Leander Paes on how he keeps himself fit at 40, and his interest in films.
Goal! Bangalore FC scores on and off the field to rise to the top

Sunday 15 December '13

Formed six months back, club leads I-League table, builds fan base.
No Guts, No Glory

Saturday 14 December '13

Mary Kom’s autobiography captures her difficult journey from the northeast to an Olympic medal
Tricolour for Sochi only if IOA advances polls: IOC

Thursday 12 December '13

The IOA is scheduled to hold the elections on February 9, two days after start of Sochi Olympics.


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