Looking for a fight

Rupinder Kaur is all set for Glasgow as part of Australia’s wrestling team, writes RAJNI ANAND LUTHRA

Mighty Mohak

Despite the intense, and sometimes rough, nature of the game, one young athlete has taken to ice hockey like a duck to water, writes RITAM MITRA

Naman Ojha puts India A in command against Australia A in Brisbane

A splendid unbeaten double century from Ojha puts India A ahead against Australia A on Day 2 at the Allan Border Field

Chak de, Saina!

India’s Saina Nehwal takes the women’s singles title at the 2014 Star Australian Badminton Open, reports UTTAM MUKHERJEE

Australia clinch third hockey World Cup

Kookaburras clinched their third hockey World Cup by successfully defending the title they had won four years ago in New Delhi

Qualities and values espoused by Don Bradman

Young cricketer Amit Balgi from Wollongong is named 2014 Bradman Scholar, writes RITAM MITRA

ICC World Twenty20 news

India captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni admitted on Sunday April 6 that his batsmen couldn't execute the plans well in the last four overs

Yoga: 108 salutes

It’s physical as well as spiritual nourishment in the practice of the Surya Namaska, reports PINKY BHATIA

India trounce Australia, remain unbeaten

Two brilliant performances from Yuvraj Singh and Ravichandran Ashwin saw India through in the ICC World Twenty20 against Australia by 73 runs

Thrilling finish to kabbadi tournament

Half a point was all that separated the winners from the losers in an exciting finish to a traditional game