FLASHBACK

Can Durand Cup revive its lost glory?

Can Durand Cup revive its lost glory?

The biggest mistake made by the Durand Cup Society in 2013 was to rotate the tournament to different cities which was a violation of the tournament’s constitution and conventions.

FEATURED NEWS

Amal Dutta admired Bagan diamond more than Durand Cup

Amal Dutta admired Bagan diamond more than Durand Cup

After Mohun Bagan’s 1-3 defeat against FC Kochin in 1997 Durand Cup final, the veteran coach knew his Diamond would sparkle again.

INTERVIEW

I want to stay grounded in my life, says 'Arjuna' Sandhu

He's the fourth keeper after Thangaraj (1967), Brahmanand (1997) and Subrata (2016) to have received/nominated for the award.

SPECIAL COLUMN

Stimac’s biggest worry is unsettled central defence

The only link between the Indian teams of 2015 and 2019 will be the evergreen Sunil Chettri.

GOKULAM KERALA STUN MOHUN BAGAN TO WIN DURAND CUP.

FOOTBALL

Chennaiyin FC signs Romania's Firtulescu

Dragos, who hails from the city of Craiova, becomes the second Romanian to sign for CFC after defender Lucian Goian.

Marcus double sinks Bagan as Gokulam win Durand Cup

Gokulam emulated the now defunct FC Kochin, who became the state’s first club to win the title 22 years ago in Delhi.

Harbaoui's double strike helps Al Arabi overcome Al Ahli

Arabi, who finished sixth last season, face Al Duhail in their next game.

PICTURE OF THE DAY

A disappointed Mohun Bagan player after the Durand Cup final in Kolkata on Saturday.

QUOTE OF THE DAY

The expectations are always growing, but I always try to get better.

- Robert Lewandowski after scoring a hat-trick in Bayern Munich's 3-0 win over Schalke. 

CRICKET

Rahane, Kohli put India in strong position

Rahane, who top-scored with 81 in his team's first innings total of 297, will resume on 53 alongside Kohli on 51.

Sri Lanka 85 for two at stumps on rain-hit first day

Only 36.3 overs were possible after rain washed out the first session and bad light ended play for the day.

ICC names officials for Women’s T20 World Cup Qualifier

The tournament starts at the Forfarshire Cricket Club in Dundee and the Arbroath Cricket Club from August 31 to September 7.