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Let the adrenaline gush take over this new year!

- Shivani Sharma   21-12-2015

We are entering a brand new year which is infused with hopes and exuberance that is difficult to contain. While some of us, might be comfortable in being laid back and living the life as it is, there are bound to be some adrenalin junkies who would want to plan

A Young Team India in Whites

- Amit Kr. Yadav   08-12-2015

There was nothing in the pitch it was all in minds of Proteas batsmen. The two and half month long tour of Proteas in India hasn’t ended the way the visitors would have thought off. The no. 1 Test team was completely outplayed and looked timid in front of

Nagpur Pitch under ICC Scanner

- Amit Kr. Yadav   03-12-2015

ICC will investigate ‘poor’ Nagpur Pitch.In what could be an embarrassment to BCCI the International Cricket Council (ICC) has termed the Nagpur Pitch “Poor” and has sought an explanation from the board. The ICC will review the pitch performance in third Test under ICC Pitch

Portrait Of Pele - 1

- Sudipto Mullick   01-12-2015

Trivia about Edson Arantes do Nasciment aka Pele begins at the very beginning.  He was born on October, 21, 1940, but insists it to be October 23, in the poor town of Tres Coracoes (Portugese : Three Hearts) in the state of Minas Gerais in Brazil to João Ramos do Nascimento

Turning Track Awaits Proteas In Nagpur

- Amit Kr. Yadav   24-11-2015

The dry and low bounce pitch of Nagpur raises worry for struggling Proteas. The South African’s will not be pleased with the pitch when they come out to take on Team India in Third Test. The dry turning track of Vidarbha Cricket Association Stadium in Nagpur will definitely

Queering the pitch: Mohali and beyond

- Amit Kr. Yadav   09-11-2015

The Proteas can blame the pitch but test cricket is about mastering skills, should know how to play on it. The first Test at Mohali was completely different from the past matches that took place at the venue. A pitch which was termed as heaven for fast bowlers in

All Stars League: Clash of Legends

- Amit Kr. Yadav   07-11-2015

Cricket Fans across the world wait for the biggest clash of the century. It will be a treat for cricket fans when Sachin Tendulkar and Shane Warne will lead their sides in the inaugural three-match All Stars series starting today at 10:30 PM (IST). Cricket fans are all set for the

India Take on Proteas Test Dominancy

- Amit Kr. Yadav   04-11-2015

Indian bowling attack, needs to prove a point. It was a hard fought battle for Teams in ODI series which South Africa conquered by outclassing Indians in last ODI at Mumbai. Team India will least forget the humiliation they received by Proteas batsmen in 5th ODI and would look

The Unsettled Team India

- Amit Kr. Yadav   29-10-2015

Rattled at home again: The 7-4 combination has always remained the strength of Team India which has now shifted to 6-5.After losing the freedom series against South Africa Team India has been open to criticism. ODI skipper Dhoni and the Team Management's decision to play 5 bowlers has

Can Kohli Break Sachin's ODI Record!

- Amit Kr. Yadav   24-10-2015

To surpass Sachin’s record talent is not the only requirement. Kohli has to be consistent as a top performer and fighting fit. After scoring over 1,000 runs in previous four calendar years in ODIs India’s latest run machine Virat Kohli has been out of touch in 2015. It

Birthday Special: When Sehwag Ignored Ganguly's Advise

- Amit Kr. Yadav   20-10-2015

Who will dare to hit a six to get his 300 unless his name is Virender Sehwag. Virendra Sewag, India's ageless swashbuckling opener has hinted about his retirement from cricket early this week. If there’s any batsman who could hit boundaries without fear in an unending stream without

Now Zak Won’t Come Back

- Amit Kr. Yadav   16-10-2015

Zaheer was the first to float the idea of Virender Sehwag opening the inning and rest is history. It was in Champions Trophy 2000 when a young left-arm fast bowler impressed the cricket fraternities with his three deadly Yorkers on debut against Kenya. Each Yorker went on to hit the timber

Does it augur well for BCCI to scrap Duleep Trophy?

- K.V. Venugopal   30-09-2015

The changes in the Indian sporting eco-system have heralded a new age of marketing, although cricket needs no marketing strategy.  The Board of Control for Cricket in India(BCCI)’s removal of Duleep Trophy from its domestic calendar for the 2015-16 season has surprised the followers of the

Interview with Mathias Ahrens – women’s hockey coach

- Vijayan Bala   23-09-2015

The Indian women’s hockey team has qualified for the 2016 Rio Olympics – the first time since 1980 – the Moscow Olympics. The proud coach of the side is 52-year-old Mathias Ahrens – a German who has settled in Canada. Alive met Ahrens soon after it was confirmed that the

Our young, Softball team!

- Shivani Sharma   21-09-2015

Nestled in the lush green sports complex of F block Vikaspuri, lies a pool house of young talented children aged between 10-17 years, practicing day in and day out, for upcoming international Softball Tournaments. This bunch of passionate youngsters are sweating it out retaining their beaming smiles, in this variant

Roelant Oltmans interview

- Vijayan Bala   15-09-2015

The Indian men’s hockey side was in a coaching camp in New Delhi for nearly the whole of September. The man in charge of the camp was 61-year-old Dutchman Roelant Oltmans who had initially been appointed as Hockey India’s High Performance Director in 2013. Oltmans once

Return of the Prancing Horse

- Varun Sharma   02-09-2015

For anyone who has a few crore Rupees lying around and a love for cars, here is some great news – Ferrari is back in India. Following the fiasco of after-sale services and bad logistics under the banner of the Shreyans Group, Ferrari ended their three-year partnership with the Indian

Return of the Prancing Horse

- Alive Correspondent   02-09-2015

For anyone who has a few crore Rupees lying around and a love for cars, here is some great news

Return of the Prancing Horse

- Varun Sharma   02-09-2015

For anyone who has a few crore Rupees lying around and a love for cars, here is some great news – Ferrari is back in India. Following the fiasco of after-sale services and bad logistics under the banner of the Shreyans Group, Ferrari ended their three-year partnership with the Indian company


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