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Adam Gilchrist hails skipper Mahindra Singh Dhoni

Former Australia wicketkeeper Adam Gilchrist at a promotional event in Bengaluru on Friday. — Satish B.

Legendary Australian is confident that Indian batsmen will do well Down Under

Sizzling Abhishek Jha extends lead

Abhishek Jha

Overnight leader Abhishek Jha continued with his sizzling form as he carded a seven-under-65 for a comfortable six-shot lead, in the penultimate round of the Asian Development Tour’s TAKE Solutions In

Six-year-old girl sexually assaulted by teacher

Close on the heels of the rape on a three-and-half-year-old girl in Orchids The International School in Jalahalli, a six-year-old girl was allegedly sexually assaulted by her Hindi teacher in The Indi

Strikes hit investment, says Bosch

German auto components giant Bosch, which has faced instances of labour unrest at its different pla-nts in India, on Thursday cautioned that such repeated incidents would impact investments.

Abhishek Jha zooms into lead, 62 for Floren

Abhishek Jha

On a hot sunny Thursday afternoon, overnight leader S.

Home boy Chikka sizzles on Day One

S. Chikkarangappa

For golfers, home course familiarity often breeds comfort and the script on the opening day of the Asian Development Tour’s Take Solutions India Masters, played true to that.

Apartment residents use bird noises to shoo pigeons

They tried almost everything to shoo away the pigeons that had taken over the entire apartment complex.

Vijay Amritraj upbeat about new league

Former India Davis Cupper Vijay Amritraj (right) with the owners of Bangalore Raptors, one of the franchises — Shashidhar B.

A legendary player, an established commentator, entrepreneur, there are many descriptions that fit Vijay Amritraj, a stalwart of Indian tennis.

S.S.P. Chowrasia to lead home challenge

He’s been in red-hot form this season and S.S.P.

The Archers and Test cricket: words you rarely find in the same sentence and more’s the pity as there’s not much else that can give greater innocent pleasure.

For those younger Pakistanis born in the 1990s and later, the country’s growing dysfunctionality and its slipping further behind in the global comity of nations across a wide front, has seemed to be t