Ali Asgar Nalwala

Stories By Ali Asgar Nalwala

Shardul Thakur (R) reacts after bowling during the third one-day international cricket match between New Zealand and India at the Bay Oval in Mount Maunganui on February 11.

'Important to learn from mistakes and move on': Shardul Thakur

In the 50-over leg also, with Bumrah failing to grab a wicket in three matches and absence of Shami in last two, the Mumbaikar was left ...Read More

Fit India Movement missing spokes and handle

Fit India Movement missing spokes and handle

While track cycling is gaining traction despite lack of velodromes, Cycling Federation of India must pedal harder for road and cross coun...Read More

All that is wrong with India’s approach to football

All that is wrong with India’s approach to football

Many a young talents have melted away in India’s scorching heat and humidity, who otherwise could have played longer if better fitness ...Read More

Australia's David Warner celebrates after scoring a century during the first ODI against India at Wankhede.

India vs Australia: Aussies whack India at Wankhede

The 10-wicket loss was the first by an Indian team in 15 years. Last time they suffered such humiliation was against South Africa in 2005...Read More

India vs Australia: A delicacy for ages

India vs Australia: A delicacy for ages

Currently, India and Australia are two of the most consistent cricket teams across formats, and three-match ODI series beginning at Wankh...Read More

Alex Carey wants to be the coolest finisher

Alex Carey wants to be the coolest finisher

Australia’s limited-overs keeper wants to follow in the footsteps of India’s MS Dhoni

Australian cricket coach Andrew McDonald along with captain Aaron Finch during a press conference, in Mumbai on Friday.

Aaron Finch feels no team is great until it learns how to win abroad

As Australia arrive in India for a three-match ODI series, their limited-overs captain admits that beating India in India is a different...Read More

India's indigenous sports finally on the rise

India's indigenous sports finally on the rise

Chucking the modern trend, India’s indigenous sports are fighting the odds to make an impression on the global stage

Diya Chitale aims to march forward, wants to play 2024 Paris Olympics

Diya Chitale aims to march forward, wants to play 2024 Paris Olympics

Young prodigy Diya makes waves, signs off 2019 in style

Indian opener Lokesh Rahul was the Man of the Match for his 56-ball 91.

India vs West Indies: Windies hit out of the park

Trio of Rohit-Kohli-Rahul slams 16 sixes to compile 240 runs, WI comprehensively fall short of 67 runs

Meritorious off field, miraculous on ground: The advent of India’s U-19 star

Meritorious off field, miraculous on ground: The advent of India’s U-19 star

Mumbai: When it comes to cricketers and nerds, the line was drawn years ago. Either get a degree, or pursue sports, it’s impossible to ju...Read More

Insecurities, interferences and Indian cricket...

Insecurities, interferences and Indian cricket...

Many obituaries of cricket have surfaced in the past, but never has ICC appeared to be so helpless. Ali Asgar Nalwala attempts to map dow...Read More

Nature will play a role in Day&Night Tests

Nature will play a role in Day&Night Tests

Nayan Mongia says one of the main reasons he prefers traditional timings over Day-Night is because all three different sessions of a day ...Read More

La Liga aims for ‘loyal fanbase’ in country

La Liga aims for ‘loyal fanbase’ in country

Presence of star players has helped it grab the imagination of Indian fans, but to penetrate the market further, the league needs to crea...Read More

T20 rockstar Tillakaratne Dilshan plays a traditional flute

T20 rockstar Tillakaratne Dilshan plays a traditional flute

Mumbai: When the name Tillakaratne Dilshan flashes, we can’t help but replay the innovative ways in which he butchered the fast bowlers a...Read More

Praggnanandhaa gets to brag as India produce its best-ever show

Praggnanandhaa gets to brag as India produce its best-ever show

The 14-year-old genius from Chennai claims his third world chess title as India finish with seven medals

Kapil Dev takes indirect dig at those handing out notices

Kapil Dev takes indirect dig at those handing out notices

The Free Press Journal sought the legend’s take on how he feels when he and other batting greats Sachin Tendulkar, Sourav Ganguly, Rahul ...Read More

NBA gets a perfect debut

NBA gets a perfect debut

Though the Sacramento Kings were more physical and kept the lead intact till the last moments of fourth quarter, Indiana Pacers, who were...Read More

Indiana Pacers player Myles Turner takes a shot during a training session at the NSCI Dome in Mumbai on Thursday

Dome set for NBA extravaganza

First-ever NBA Games ready to rock the city as Indiana Pacers and Sacramento Kings take centre stage in a potential high-octane clash

It’s all about heart for success rate in basketball

It’s all about heart for success rate in basketball

Talking straight to the point without mincing words, the former Sacramento Kings point guard said that the physic comes secondary, what m...Read More

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