Celtic looking to cement top spot
Celtic looking to cement top spot

Celtic will look to cement their position at the top of the Scottish Premiership when they welcome Glasgow rivals Partick Thistle to Parkhead on Wednesday.

Wayne Rooney becomes third highest England scorer
Wayne Rooney becomes third highest England scorer

On a hectic international day, captain Wayne Rooney consolidated his position as one of the greatest England goal-scorers with a brace against Scotland on Tuesday.

Buoyant Scotland and England to renew rivalry
Buoyant Scotland and England to renew rivalry

Scotland and England could both field young, relatively inexperienced teams when they meet in the world`s oldest international fixture at Celtic Park on Tuesday.

Gordon Strachan hails Scots` little big men, now for England
Gordon Strachan hails Scots` little big men, now for England

Gordon Strachan hailed his Scotland side after they edged a pulsating Euro 2016 duel with the Republic of Ireland in Glasgow.

Win against Irish not crucial to Scotland`s Euro 2016 qualifying chances: Whittaker
Win against Irish not crucial to Scotland`s Euro 2016 qualifying chances: Whittaker

Steven Whittaker has played down the significance of Scotland`s Euro 2016 qualifying match with Ireland on Friday.

McCoist slams Rangers defence after Hibs loss

Rangers manager Ally McCoist slammed his side`s shambolic defending after they slipped to a 3-1 home defeat by promotion challengers Hibernian on Monday.

Sandip Datta wins bronze in Commonwealth Bridge
Sandip Datta wins bronze in Commonwealth Bridge

Sandip Datta has made South Eastern Railway proud by winning a bronze medal for India in the fourth Commonwealth Bridge Championship in Glasgow.

Among football fans, Scotland referendum cuts across divide
Among football fans, Scotland referendum cuts across divide

Patrons of Glasgow`s Brazen Head Irish pub, united in support of the city`s Celtic football club, are split over an independence referendum that has cut across class, religion and even football loyalties.

Polls on eve of referendum suggest Scots to vote `No`
Polls on eve of referendum suggest Scots to vote `No`

Opinion polls on the eve of Scotland`s historic referendum suggest voters will narrowly reject independence, as the rival camps battle on, aware the result remains too close to call.

Asian immigrants' vote may swing Scotland referendum

As the Scottish referendum becomes too close to call in the lead up to Thursday's vote, the Asian immigrant choice could prove crucial.

Rangers happy despite missing financial target
Rangers happy despite missing financial target

Fallen Scottish giants Rangers fell short of their stated target of raising an extra £4 million ($6.6 million, 5 million euros) via an open share offer to existing shareholders but have insisted they were pleased by a return of £3.13 million.

'New' Scots vote crucial to independence result

On the south side of Glasgow, in the heartland of Scotland's Asian community, support for independence from United Kingdom is strong as Thursday's referendum nears.

Referendum battle puts Scottish Labour on backfoot

 Old loyalties are being shaken up in the campaign for Scotland`s independence referendum -- and the Labour party is feeling that more than most in its industrial heartland.

Scottish independence threatens Euro 2020 bid: UEFA
Scottish independence threatens Euro 2020 bid: UEFA

Scotland`s bid to stage games at Euro 2020 "may have to be re-assessed" if the country votes to become an independent nation following next week`s referendum, according to a UEFA report.

Aqsa Mahmood: Glasgow girl who became a 'Jihadi bride' in Syria

Aqsa Mahmood, a 20-year-old woman from Glasgow had travelled to Syria to marry an Islamic State jihadist even as her parents made an emotional appeal for her return.

Missed Glasgow but ready for Asian Games: Mary Kom
Missed Glasgow but ready for Asian Games: Mary Kom

Olympic bronze medal winning boxer M.C. Mary Kom Tuesday said she badly missed being a part a Glasgow Commonwealth Games but she is ready to for the Asian Games that would be held in the South Korean city of Incheon Sep 19-Oct 4.

Andy Murray says will play for Scotland if it votes for independence next month
Andy Murray says will play for Scotland if it votes for independence next month

British number one Andy Murray has revealed that he would play for Scotland if the nation votes for independence next month.

British PM to make business case for Scotland

British Prime Minister David Cameron is gearing up to make a strong business case for Scotland to remain within the United Kingdom after 200 business leaders signed an open letter backing independence.

Montsho`s positive dope test confirmed by Games federation

Former world 400 metres champion Amantle Montsho`s positive dope test at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow was on Friday confirmed by the Games Federation (CGF).

Thingalaya equals own national record, books Incheon ticket

Siddhanth Thingalaya booked himself an Asian Games ticket after equaling his own national record in the men`s 110m hurdles as the Federation Cup Senior National Athletics Championships concluded, here on Tuesday.