• India go down to New Zealand in hard fought encounter at the Four Nations Invitational Tournament
    HockeyIndia go down to New Zealand in hard fought encounter at the Four Nations Invitational Tournament

    India went down to New Zealand 3-2 in a hard fought and exciting encounter at the 4 Nations Invitational Tournament. The result means they will play Malaysia for the 3rd/4th place tomorrow.

  • BCCI reschedules Ranji Trophy finals to January 12
    CricketBCCI reschedules Ranji Trophy finals to January 12

    Pollution and smog have played a spoil spot for Ranji Trophy matches. The knockout matches of the Indian domestic season has been rescheduled. The quarter-finals, initially scheduled to begin on December 17, will now be held from December 24 to 28.

  • Indian Super League: Past showing gives Chennaiyin FC hope
    FootballIndian Super League: Past showing gives Chennaiyin FC hope

    Chennaiyin FC will need to play out of their skin and grab full points in their next two matches to stay alive in Hero Indian Super League. The defending champions are placed seventh with 14 points from 12 matches and need six points to possibly make the grade. Such battles are no alien to Chennaiyin FC and they will have to prove they can do an encore, starting with NorthEast United FC at Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, Chennai, on Saturday.

  • India beat Malaysia 4-2, record first victory of the tournament
    HockeyIndia beat Malaysia 4-2, record first victory of the tournament

    India beat Malaysia 4-2 in their round robin encounter at the 4 Nations Invitational Tournament held in Melbourne. In an exciting game, that was close for long periods, India showed their quality in the final stages, pushing up a gear to dismiss Malaysia and earn their first points at the tournament.

  • Sreesanth, a proud father of baby boy
    CricketSreesanth, a proud father of baby boy

    Cricketer turned actor Sreesanth has become a father again. Wife Bhuveneshwari is overjoyed on the delivery of her healthy baby boy on 23th November at Surya Hospital at Santacruz. Her delivery was uneventful and it was family like atmosphere at Surya.

  • Indian Super League: Kolkata leave FC Goa on the brink of exit
    FootballIndian Super League: Kolkata leave FC Goa on the brink of exit

    Atletico de Kolkata maintained their excellent unbeaten record against FC Goa as they scripted a dramatic 2-1 victory to leave FC Goa on the brink of elimination from Hero Indian Super League at Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, Fatorda-Goa.

  • Indian Super League: Mumbai blank Chennaiyin, qualify for semi-finals
    FootballIndian Super League: Mumbai blank Chennaiyin, qualify for semi-finals

    Mumbai City FC became the first team to qualify for semi-finals of Hero Indian Super League after a thoroughly deserving 2-0 win over Chennaiyin FC at Mumbai Football Arena, Mumbai, on Wednesday.

  • India concede 2-3 defeat in opening game against Australia
    HockeyIndia concede 2-3 defeat in opening game against Australia

    India went down fighting against Australia in a tense 2-3 finish at the Four Nations Invitational Tournament. The Indian side began positively against top-ranked Australia, showing positive intent and energy in the first quarter as they looked to better their record against their opponents. However, the first fifteen minutes ended with a 0-0 score line as both teams kept searching for goal-scoring opportunities. I

  • Harjeet Singh to Captain Indian team at Hockey Junior World Cup
    HockeyHarjeet Singh to Captain Indian team at Hockey Junior World Cup

    Hockey India today named Harjeet Singh the 20-year-old mid-fielder from Kurali in Punjab, as the Captain of the 18-member Indian junior men’s team who will be vying for top honours at the forthcoming Uttar Pradesh Hockey Junior World Cup Men Lucknow 2016 slated to begin on 8th December 2016. Defender Dipsan Tirkey will shoulder the responsibilities of the Vice-Captain.

  • Indian team may miss next year's champions trophy
    CricketIndian team may miss next year's champions trophy

    The Indian cricket board expressed its displeasure over the punishment meted out to the women's team and threatened the ICC of pulling out of Championship Trophy next year. The global sports body on Wednesday punished Indian eves docking all six points for skipping three matches in the ICC championship competition against Pakistan between August 1 to October 31.