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Why we had seen enough of MS Dhoni in Tests

By Suyash Srivastava | Wednesday, January 7, 2015 - 00:25

4-0, 4-0, 3-1 and now 2-0.

Consistency is an important aspect in any sport. Teams and players who are consistent with their performances, become champions in the long run. Indian skipper MS Dhoni too was very consistent with his Test record overseas. Unfortunately, the consistency had come in terms of losses and not victories.

Three careers that Louis van Gaal has revived at Manchester United

By Dattaraj Thaly | Wednesday, December 24, 2014 - 19:04

A generation of Manchester United fans have grown up watching their team play football and not knowing what failure is. After the inception of the Premier League in 1992, no team has dominated English football like the team from Old Trafford.

With money at hand, Arsene Wenger ready to spend in January

By Jayanta Oinam | Thursday, December 25, 2014 - 08:28

If rumours are to be believed, the 'miser' in Arsene Wenger is ready to splash some big money this January transfer window. Certainly wiser – not to be confused with his vast experience – with the crumbling fortunes, and following a relentless barge of criticism from the fans all and sundry, the Arsenal manager admitted that now is the time to start spending.

Indian cricket ushers in a new era

By Dattaraj Thaly | Saturday, December 13, 2014 - 20:00

Jagmohan Dalmiya's partnership with Punjab Cricket Association boss IS Bindra propelled him to the top of the BCCI echelons. The duo changed the rules of cricket administration as they maximized the television rights of Indian cricket. Driven by money power, they soon began flexing their muscles internationally even crashing the exclusive ICC club.

Thank you Roger Federer!

By Suyash Srivastava | Thursday, December 11, 2014 - 14:38

As I headed towards the Indira Gandhi Indoor Stadium on Day 2 of the International Premier Tennis League, like any other tennis fan, I too, was brimming with excitement. There was disappointment for everybody on the opening day, where Roger Federer didn’t play a match. But knowing the fact that the Swiss legend would play on the second day, thousands of fans thronged to the stadium.

Tackling Mitchell Johnson; remaining fit throughout series key for India in Oz

By Chaitan Papnai | Thursday, December 4, 2014 - 00:05

Once the rescheduled four-match Test series between India and Australia starts, the biggest challenge for the Indian team would be to tackle the deadly speedster Mitchell Johnson. Since the return Ashes, he has certainly been in the form of his life and is undoubtedly the most feared bowler in world cricket at the moment.

Arsene Wenger has overstayed his welcome at Arsenal

By Dattaraj Thaly | Friday, December 5, 2014 - 10:09

If Arsene Wenger's tenure at Arsenal was a film, a critic was most likely to review it as powerful, engaging and exciting in the first half then predictable, inconsistent and disappointing in the second.

Officials need to improve safety mechanisms after Phil Hughes tragic death

By Suyash Srivastava | Friday, November 28, 2014 - 08:53

Phillip Hughes was batting on 63. His family was present at the ground as he played another classy innings. The 25-year-old would have known that another 37 runs could get him back into the Australian squad for the upcoming four-match Test series against India.