From the publishers of THE HINDU
VOL.35 :: NO.17 :: Apr. 26, 2012
With only four games left for each of the two Manchester teams, City supporters refuse to stop dreaming while the Reds of United can't sleep with ease as they aren't still assured of their title No. 20. The bookmakers, though, rate City as rank outsider for the EPL throne right now, writes Ayon Sengupta.
Comolli exit heaps pressure on Dalglish
Daniel Comolli is an easy scapegoat for a Liverpool season which has fallen way short of the ambitions of their American owners. By Frank Malley.
Ferdinand at his best
The centre-back is approaching a decade at Old Trafford and the 33-year-old looks almost certain to be celebrating that landmark by winning yet another Barclays English Premier League title.
Invincible giant, not anymore
While no one doubts Petr Cech's shot-stopping ability, he has struggled when dealing with crosses under pressure and this is perhaps linked to the clash with Stephen Hunt. By Ben Snowball.
BRIAN GLANVILLE COLUMN
Footballers are often considered as dimwits but in some cases it's far from the truth. Many accomplished scholars and thinkers have actually graced the game.
Pune's great run
Pune Warriors made a fine impression. For a team that fared so poorly in the last edition of the IPL, three victories in four matches was a brilliant start indeed. The absence of Yuvraj Singh was a blow to Pune but the team came up with a collective show to rattle its opponents. By Vijay Lokapally.
IPL in the second week
Jumbo's in the house
During the CSK-RCB encounter in Chennai, journalists were at the receiving end of a pleasant surprise when Anil Kumble made his way to the Press Box. Over to Arun Venugopal.
Of DRS and verdicts
The whole game has changed in the last 20 years and it is about to change further as it begins to understand what is possible in the New Technology Age, writes Ted Corbett.
Enjoying life in the fast lane
“My goal is to enter the DTM (German Touring Car Masters) and Le Mans racing,” says Sailesh Bolisetti who had a memorable debut in the 2012 British GT recently. By V. V. Subrahmanyam.
From a small adoption home in Pune to one of Australia's leading (woman) cricketers is a journey that is dramatic and inspiring. The stuff that movies and novels would make a killing of. However, when Lisa Sthalekar talks about her life, it ...
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