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Toughest era in men’s tennis: Feliciano Lopez

Feliciano Lopez

The last 10 years have been the toughest in men’s tennis with the likes of Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic having a stranglehold on grand slams.

Court nod to Tipu Sultan fete, but 17 conditions to be met

The Tipu Sultan anniversary, planned to be held in a town near Vellore in Tamil Nadu called Gudiyatham, can go ahead, but with severe restrictions after the Madras high court gave assent to 17 precond

I taught Federer how to win titles: Martina Hingis

Hyderbad warriors Tennis Player Martina Hingis in action . (Photo: PTI)

It’s difficult to keep Martina Hingis away from the court.

When King Carlos held cour

Roberto Carlos

Brazilians are talkative by nature and Roberto Carlos couldn’t keep his mouth shut when the topic of discussion was El Clasico, the high-voltage meeting between Barcelona and Real Madrid in the Spanis

Chennaiyin breeze past Delhi Dynamos

Chennaiyin FC’s Stiven Mendoza (left) celebrates scoring against Delhi Dynamos . (Photo: PTI)

Chennaiyin FC whipped a hapless Delhi Dynamos 4-0 here on Tuesday to keep their semi-final hopes alive in the ISL.

Jayalalithaa asks PM to release Rs 2,000 cr for flood relief work in Tamil Nadu

Tamil Nadu Chief Minister J. Jayalalithaa (Photo: PTI)

Tamil Nadu government pegged flood damage at Rs 8,481 crore

Greenpeace gets reprieve

The Madras high court on Friday has passed an interim order staying the cancellation of registration of Greenpeace India, an international NGO, by the Tamil Nadu registrar of societies.

Indian Super League: Mendoza treble sinks Blasters

Chennaiyin FC players celebrate a goal against Kerala Blasters in an ISL-2 match on Saturday.	— E.K. SANJAY

Chennaiyin FC drowned Kerala Blasters 4-1 in a match played under driving rain here on Saturday to stay afloat in ISL Season Two.

Maruti helps flood-hit customers

Prominent car maker Maruti, has stepped in to help the flood-affected people in Chennai.

Participating in the Constitution Day deliberations in Parliament on November 26, home minister Rajnath Singh spoke about how the words “secular” and “socialist” were interpolated into the Preamble in

After scoring an unprecedented victory at the hustings and with the din of electioneering having died out, it’s back to business for Bihar chief minister Nitish Kumar.