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Atanu Bhattacharya: Goalkeeper for all generations

Atanu Bhattacharya: Goalkeeper for all generations

Bhattacharya participated at the 1982 and 1986 Asian Games, but didn’t get to play in 1982 as Ganguly was the No.1 choice.

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Cricket hit hard by Al Jazeera

Cricket hit hard by Al Jazeera's alleged match-fixing reports

The Doha-based channel has exposed the alleged match-fixer Aneel Munawar in a documentary Cricket's Match-Fixers, which shook the sport in May.

INTERVIEW

Usha, Gopichand inspired me to start ‘academy’ project: Soma

The former heptathlete, who won silver medals at 2002 & 2006 Asian Games, has started her project in her village.

SPECIAL COLUMN

Why India avoid West Asian sides in friendlies?

It will soon be known if India is really unbeatable when they compete at the 2019 UAE Asian Cup in January.

ARTISTIC WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS IN DOHA FROM OCT 25-NOV 3

FOOTBALL

Aspire Academy kicks off international tri-series football event

The Academy football programme is one of the strongest in the world in terms of detection and selection of talent.

Fulham owner Khan withdraws offer to buy Wembley

The FA, Wembley's current owners, had come under fire from many within English football for their plans to sell despite Khan offering to buy for £600 million.

We worked diligently after Saudi-led blockade: Al Thawadi

Al Thawadi also said that the World Cup would double up as a forum to bridge differences and bring peoples together.

PICTURE OF THE DAY

Team Great Britain during a training session at the Aspire Dome in Doha on Saturday.

QUOTE OF THE DAY

Feels pretty good. A convincing win. I thought West Indies were really good with the bat. And 320+ totals are always tricky.

- Virat Kohli, on India's win in 1st ODI.

CRICKET

Cricket hit hard by Al Jazeera's alleged match-fixing reports

The Doha-based channel has exposed the alleged match-fixer Aneel Munawar in a documentary Cricket's Match-Fixers, which shook the sport in May.

Kohli, Sharma hit centuries as India thrash Windies in first ODI

The Indian skipper made 140 while Sharma, who remained unbeaten on 152, put on 246 runs for the second wicket.

Bangladesh beat Zimbabwe in first ODI to take lead

Opener Imrul Kayes struck a career best 144 off 140 balls to guide the hosts to 271-8 before they restricted Zimbabwe to 243-9.