- CricketSpinner Nadeem could be in fray for England T20 series
Jharkhand’s left-arm spinner Shahbaz Nadeem who has been performing sensationally has made a strong case for himself to be considered for the six-match limited overs series against England. Axar Patel ruled out of a finger injury can propel Nadeem chances.FootballCarlos Tevez becomes world's highest paid footballer
Former Argentina star Carlos Tevez has join the club billionaire sportspersons. Tevez becomes the world's highest paid footballer after signing a $40 million per season deal with Chinese club Shanghai Shenhua.TennisFormer world No 1 Ana Ivanovic retires at 29
Former world No 1 Ana Ivanovic has decided to hang her boots, admitting that the physical toll of the circuit had proved too much.CricketJason Gillespie named Australia T20 assistant coach
Former Australian Test fast bowler Jason Gillespie has started a new innings. He was appointed as Australia assistant coach for the three Twenty20 internationals against Sri Lanka in February.Sports NewsRussian officials acknowledge doping conspiracy but denies it state sponsored
For the first time Russian anti-doping officials have acknowledged a massive doping conspiracy in their country that has rocked world sport. The authorities termed it as an institutional conspiracy.CricketTeam India to dealt with injuries ahead of England ODI series
It’s been hard times for India cricket team. Despite winning the Test series against England the team doesn’t seems 100 pc. The Indian cricket team, which fought through several injury problems through 2016, has now been dealt more blows ahead of the limited-overs series against England.Sports NewsTainted Kalmadi and Chautala made IOA Life Presidents!
Anything can happen in India sports! Commonwealth Games corruption scandal tainted Suresh Kalmadi was made the Life President of Indian Olympic Association in its Annual General Body Meeting.Football10th edition of I-League launched amid fanfare
After Hero Indian Super League, it’s time for the I-League to enthrall the football lovers in the country. The 10th edition of I-League was launched in the presence of Indian football stars, including striker Sunil Chhetri and goalkeeper Gurpreet Singh Sandhu.Cricket Gujarat’s Gohel breaks 117-year-old record
Gujarat’s 26-year-old opening batsman Samit Gohel has entered his name in the record books. The right handed batsman broke a 117-year-old record in first-class cricket by notching up the highest score while carrying his bat through the innings of 359 not out during his team’s Ranji Trophy quarter-final against Odisha.CricketSikh boy makes waves in Pakistan cricket
Danish Kaneria was the last non-Muslim or we can say second Hindu played for Pakistan. Mahinder Pal Singh, can first Sikh cricketer to represent Pakistan. The fast bowler has been selected in Pakistan’s National Cricket Academy after he was picked for a camp, being organised by the Pakistan Cricket Board.