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Can South Africa shed chokers’ tag?

AB de Villiers

After a gap of 23 years, South Africa are back to where it all began for them in the 1992 World Cup Down Under. Can they break the Cup jinx? Can they finally shed their “chokers” tag?

Man held for buying gun online

A 22-year-old youth from Coimbatore was arrested by the Chennai police on Tuesday night after he made an online purchase of a gun from the USA “for recreational use”.

Entrepreneurial bug bites students; startups rise

With entrepreneurship taking the country by storm, smart college students want to ride on the wave as early as possible, even before completing their graduation.

MRF interested in Chennai Super Kings sale

Tyre major & Chennai businessman are in fray to buy IPL franchise

One of the darkest days in our cricket: Dinesh Karthik


Sachin Tendulkar called it one of the lowest points of his cricket career. For Rahul Dravid, it left a blot on his otherwise successful captaincy.

Parent-kid bond doesn’t dissolve: Madras high court

The Madras high court has pointed out that the relationship between parents and children does not get dissolved, except in cases of valid adoption, and directed the Union government to incorporate sui

India Cements mulls CSK sale

India Cements Limited, owner of Chennai Super Kings, is likely to approach the BCCI early this week for permission to sell the IPL team.

CBI ‘fixing’ aides in 2G: Dayanidhi Maran

Dayanidhi Maran in Chennai on Thursday. — PTI

Terming CBI’s arrest of his close aide and two other Sun TV employees in connection with illegal telephone exchange case politically motivated, former Union minister and DMK leader Dayanidhi Maran on

Supreme Court bolt hits Srinivasan

N. Srinivasan

The BCCI can no longer operate like a country on its own as the S.C. has made it clear that the cricket board performs public functions and therefore can be challenged in a court

Some hard options, ICC trouble too

The options before N. Srinivasan, beleaguered chairman of the International Cricket Council, appear limited. His critics, including A.C.

Never mind if it was divine intervention or crafty cunning.

On the first day of American President Barack Obama’s visit to India, the two most commonly used words were chemistry and optics.