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Clash of the Germans

Joachim Loew and Jurgen Klinsmann

As far as face-offs go, it couldn't get more intriguing than this.

From Ashes to the top

From Ashes to the top: Shahrukh Khan

Winning is not a sometime thing; it’s an all time thing. You don’t win once in a while, you don’t do things right once in a while, you do them right all the time.

KKR are IPL Kings

KKR players celebrate their three-wicket win over KXIP in the IPL-7 final at the M. Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bengaluru

Manish Pandey chose the best stage of them all to showcase his talent as he single-handedly guided the Kolkata Knight Riders to a stunning triumph their second in the IPL-7 final against the Kings X

Punjab, Kolkata to clash in IPL final

Kings XI Punjab skipper George Bailey (left) and KKR captain Gautam Gambhir pose with the IPL trophy on the eve of the final

It’s not for the first time in the Indian Premier League that two in-form teams will clash for the trophy in a tournament that is relished, rejoiced and even revered by millions.

Gauti supports Narine’s decision

Sunil Narine’s decision to honour his IPL commitment with Kolkata Knight Riders and skip the West Indies Test series against New Zealand next month has opened up the debate over club vs country commit

MSD delivers yet again for Chennai

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For a team that had come to depend, even over-depend on Chris Gayle, it was significant to see the intimidating West Indian being left out of the Royal Challengers Bangalore’s line-up against Chennai

Ousted Challengers out to spoil Super Kings’ party

It’s not often that a team will find motivation a big factor despite playing at home; being down and out for the count as far as the playoffs are concerned, Royal Challengers Bangalore, who’ve had a t

Team MRF’s Lappi, Gill set for Malaysian grind

Going into the fourth leg of the Asia Pacific Rally Championship 2013, Team MRF’s youngest recruit, Esapekka Lappi — the raciest in current times in the eyes of none other than India’s top rallyist, Gaurav Gill — will come up against the strongest challenge in his fledgling, yet supremely successful stint in rallying.

In Gurez, at the upper edge of northern Kashmir Valley, a serene calm prevails along the Line of Control. The undulating rhythms of the Kishanganga river that rolls through bowl-shaped valleys surrounded by the Himalayas on all four sides put Switzerland to shame.

Besides controlling food inflation, the most challenging task before Narendra Modi is to create jobs for millions of young men and women, some of whom were responsible for his resounding victory in the elections. It is one thing to promise jobs and another to actually create them.