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Sachin Tendulkar

Stepping Out Gracefully, Without Stepping in It -- How About Mandela?

Juliet Asante | Posted 02.08.2014 | World
Juliet Asante

Stepping out gracefully, without stepping in was one of the themes at the Aspen gathering this year. I remember sitting in the room and taking it all ...

Carlsen Closer to Chess Crown, Azerbaijan Best in Europe

Lubomir Kavalek | Posted 01.25.2014 | Sports
Lubomir Kavalek

India is paying tribute to two great sportsmen. Sachin Tendulkar, 40, known as "God of Cricket," will retire after his last test match that started on Thursday. The world chess champion Vishy Anand, 43, is defending his title against Magnus Carlsen, 22, in his home city of Chennai.

Two Indians Who Just Won't Quit

Sunil Sharan | Posted 06.04.2013 | World
Sunil Sharan

An unprecedented bar, a century of international centuries (a century is 100 runs) was set for him. He started groaning under the pressure, and took a year to achieve the landmark, to India's collective sigh. Was this the grand finale?

The Value of Sport... and Sportsmen!

Tarun Sakhrani | Posted 11.24.2012 | Sports
Tarun Sakhrani

The other day my dad was sitting and just out of the blue asked me, "Why do these footballers get paid so much money? What do they actually do?" That question resonates with me.

Why Sachin Tendulkar Shouldn't Be an MP

Anant Goenka | Posted 07.08.2012 | World
Anant Goenka

Give Sachin Tendulkar a postage stamp, a few roads in his name maybe even a few stadiums. Let him continue to inspire cricketers and focus on adding value to the sport of cricket, but honoring him with an RS membership is making the RS even less effective than it already is.

Can Sonia Gandhi Beat Master Blaster Sachin Tendulkar?

Sreedhar Pillai | Posted 06.30.2012 | World
Sreedhar Pillai

If 1.3 billion people of India, one fifth of the world population, have one common weakness it is their infatuation for the game of Cricket.

Sachin Tendulkar: The Michael Jordan Of India

Posted 05.25.2011 | World

By Jason Overdorf NEW DELH, India -- At 7:30 on a sunny Saturday morning, most of the city is still fast asleep. Rush hour won't begin until 10. ...