Go San-Tina!

Having clinched Brisbane and Sydney titles, Sania Mirza and Martina Hingis start off their Australian Open challenge
India has world class players, getting better overseas: Southee

India has world class players, getting better overseas: Southee

Veteran New Zealand pacer Tim Southee feels that India has some world-class players and are getting better on the road as they prepare to bounce back in...

Trends and trendsetters: 2018 in Sydney’s Indian community

What made our community buzz – or not – this year? Here’s our take on events and issues in 2018 that had us talking.

Spirited Sakshi takes bronze to end India’s medal drought at Rio Olympics

Sakshi Malik clinches the bronze in the Women's Freestyle 58kg with a spirited comeback victory over Aisuluu Tynybekova of Kyrgyzstan. HARDEV SANOTRA reports
Asian Championships

Asian C’ships: Sunil wins India’s 1st GR gold in 27 years

India wrestler Sunil Kumar (PTI Image)Sunil Kumar on Tuesday became the first Indian wrestler in 27 years to win a Greco-Roman gold at the Asian Wrestling Championships....

Painting Adelaide blue

Indian cricket fans from all over Australia flocked to the South Australian capital, writes RAJNI ANAND LUTHRA

Indonesian's thrill with their shuttlecocks

An anti-climatic, yet gripping finish at the Yonex Badminton Championship in Sydney, reports UTTAM MUKHERJEE

Moving beyond cricket

The Indian community is moving away from the stereotypes in the sporting world to become involved in footy across various levels

Veni Vidi Vici

Virat Kohli and his band of 18 have not only won the Border Gavaskar trophy, but also the hearts of the Aussies

AFL: Ind v Pak

India and Pakistan take each other on in the Dosti (Friendship) Cup on 11 Aug, as part of AFL’s International Cup. Rajni Anand Luthra and Harshad Pandharipande write.Will the sub-continent come to a standstill in...