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No red cards or tackles, coach tells team

Members of the India squad at a preparatory camp for the Sultan Azlan Shah Cup

India hockey coach Paul van Ass has warned his players against picking up cards or indulging in rough play, as they prepare for the Azlan Shah tournament here.

Learn to win from yourself first, says van Paul van Ass

Paul van Ass

He has just been three days in the job, and India hockey coach Paul van Ass has identified key roles for his players and himself.

Pakistan hurt as sporting nation, says former goalie

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‘There is an entire new generation of Pakistan players who have no experience or idea of what it is to play for the country’ said Akbar

My Cup memory: Sardar Singh

Sardar Singh, India hockey Captain

I have always been good friends with Harbhajan Singh and Yuvraj Singh, and later on Sachin paaji, so whenever I get time away from hockey, I try and follow their cricketing careers.

Zidane is my hero, says Tom Boon

Tom Boon

Belgium striker Tom Boon had plenty of inspiration in his early years. His grandmother, Jacqueline Ronsmans, was an international player, and mother Carine too donned national colours.

Digvijay Singh claims Agra Taj rally

Participants ride over muddy terrain during the Agra Taj Car Rally on Sunday.

In an attempt to boost tourism and promote the sport in the region, the Agra Taj Car Rally — that covered close to 450 km over two days — saw a number of participants explore the Chambal ravines and E

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.

When a 71-year-old nun, who has dedicated her life to the service of society, is gangraped, it becomes a symbol of our collective shame.

The recent crisis in the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) has cynics chuckling quietly to themselves. They insist that ideals and utopias are alien to politics.