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CWG medal a sign of progress: Walsh


At one point, it all appeared over for them.

Indian hockey needs a process to flourish: Walsh

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National coach Terry Walsh says the country needs to look at the “bigger picture” and “put in a system in place that allows a process to flourish” to help Indian hockey find the way ahead.

Hockey India mess: Who takes the blame?

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What is wrong with Indian hockey?

Hockey World Cup: Did India lose out on turf advantage?

Just how far teams go to prepare for mega-events is evident from the examples the sporting world throws up, time and again.

Two injuries in two days, but no doctor with team

India’s World Cup sojourn has began in the worst possible manner, with forwards Ramandeep Singh and Nikkin Thimmaiah being ruled out four days prior to the start of the tournament at the Hague in Holl

Walsh hints review in rules after Ramandeep Singh's injury

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Young striker Ramandeep Singh’s exclusion from the Hockey World Cup following an injury the 21-year old suffered a nasty blow during the team’s first practice game against Argentina at the Hague, Holl

G Force on the pitch


Gautam Gambhir is a man of few words. Be it on the field or off it, the out of favour Team India opener lets his deeds do the talking.

Can India turn the corner under Walsh?

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If one is to look at the history books, it would be easy to dismiss India’s hockey team ahead of the 2014 World Cup that begins at the Hague, the Netherlands, in 10 days from now.They have managed to

‘DOCTOR’ SMITH Owes it to robin for batting transformation


Barbados cricketer Dwayne Smith was never short on talent.

With the foreign secretary level talks between India and Pakistan being iced due to the meeting between Kashmiri separatists and the Pakistani high commissioner, it may be worth recalling an episode from contemporaneous history.

As the old saying goes, “Can you say ‘boo’ to a goose?” Well, in India, we don’t waste our precious time booing geese. We reserve our boos for chief ministers. Each time the Prime Minister steps out to attend important functions in states that are still hanging on to their own non-BJP leaders (with time bombs ticking away), the crowds make sure nobody but Narendra Modi is heard.