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When Mohammad Kaif caught Lankans off guard

Mohammad Kaif

Of a handful of Indian fielders who have marked their presence on the world stage, former international Mohammad Kaif deserves a special mention.

I seek improvement every day, says skipper Sardar Singh

Sardar Singh. (Photo: AP/File)

India hockey skipper Sardar Singh is known for his work ethic. Following every session, the 26-year old midfielder breaks away from the squad and spends some time on his own.

Royals could still be part of IPL-8

 Raj Kundra

The Supreme Court’s decision on the day has left Rajasthan Royals and Chennai Super Kings in a state of bother.

Maurits Hendriks front-runner for India job

Hockey India has zeroed in on three candidates to take up the reins of the men’s hockey team.

Coach did not want me to play HIL: Tom Boon

Tom Boon

In the summer of 2006, Germany’s 2002 World Cup-winning captain Florian Kunz watched from the sidelines as the team went on to defend the title at home.

Waveriders keen to make it count

Delhi Waveriders skipper Sardar Singh is expected to play a vital role in mid-field yet again.

If there are one team in the Hockey India League who have ticked all the boxes in the last two editions, they have to be Delhi Waveriders.

After Terry Walsh, women’s coach too quits

Days after Terry Walsh’s exit, women’s coach Neil Hawgood too decided to part ways with Indian hockey.

Domestic hockey still a 70 minutes affair

The traditional sport of hockey played over 70 minutes and two halves witnessed many firsts this year.

Terry Walsh ready to return, begins legal proceedings

Terry Walsh

Following a week of controversy over his association with Indian hockey, Terry Walsh on Monday made himself “available on an immediate basis” to return in his role as a chief coach.

Terry Walsh’s contract over, ball now in HI’s court

Terry Walsh is set to return to Australia till the impasse over his contract is resolved.

“You can call me former India hockey coach for now,” was Terry Walsh’s first reaction after a series of meetings with the sports ministry and the Sports Authority of India-appointed committee that loo

I am happy that we have more tigers today than yesterday. But I am not happy that, as a nation, we are bent on counting tigers and alternately moaning or gloating over it.

The fuss that the TV channels have been making about a debate between the Delhi’s potential chief ministerial candidates like the US presidential candidates do has been baffling because the focus has