|July 17, 2015|
|'I am looking to win the world title'|
'I have boxed at the amateur level for 15, 16 years and won every medal possible at the world level. I represented India in three Olympics, for 12 years, and that is not an easy thing. I am hoping to replicate my success in pro boxing.'
|May 23, 2011|
|Toal shaping India's young footballers|
If Indian football is dreaming big, much of the credit goes to Colm Toal who has been working with the age-group teams as the technical director in Goa since 2007.
|September 27, 2010|
|'If the same conditions persist, I'll quit'|
In an exclusive interview to Bikash Mohapatra, Jose Brasa reveals the improvement in the Indian hockey team, its chances in the upcoming CWG and his future as a coach.
|July 15, 2010|
|'Egypt Open win is the best in my whole career'|
Having won a Commonwealth Games gold four years ago, he became the flag-bearer of Indian table tennis. Now, with two straight title triumphs -- at the US Open and Egypt Open -- in as many weeks, Achanta Sharath Kamal has announced he is in good shape and ready to defend his crown at October's Commonwealth Games in the country.
|March 29, 2010|
|'We hope to win medals in all disciplines at CWG'|
Sportsman-turned-sports administrator Raja Randhir Singh, who is secretary-general of the Indian Olympic Association and Olympic Council of Asia, and also an International Olympic Committee member, speaks to Onkar Singh about India's preparations for the upcoming Commonwealth Games.
|January 19, 2010|
|'Indian hockey is all about the individual'|
Indian hockey's Spanish coach Jose Manuel Brasa says top-eight finish at the upcoming World Cup should be a good result for India while a fifth position would be a great one.
|March 13, 2009|
|'Security for Commonwealth Games remains a big issue'|
Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore, who doubles up as lieutenant colonel with the Indian Army and Olympic silver medal-winning shooter, discusses what it would take for the country to fight off the threat of terrorism in sports.
|November 14, 2008|
|'Beating Nadal was my best moment'|
World No 5 Nikolay Davydenko is looking forward to returning to Chennai early next year and playing in the tournament where he kick-started his ATP career eight years back.
|May 28, 2008|
|'Sutil more than redeemed himself'|
Force India owner Vijay Mallya looks back on the Monaco Grand Prix, which saw his team's hopes of picking its first points shattered when Adrian Sutil was bumped out by Kimi Raikkonen.
|August 24, 2006|
|'Sandeep's absence is a huge blow'|
Hockey midfield ace Viren Rasquinha on winning the Arjuna award and India's chances at the upcoming World Cup in Germany.
|September 19, 2005|
|'Sania will be a one-woman industry soon'|
Indian doubles ace Mahesh Bhupathi on India's newest sports sensation. 'Leander and me probably started the revolution, and now Sania is taking it to a different level,' he says.
|August 12, 2005|
|'I want to be like Bobby Fischer'|
'Whenever I go for a tournament, only one thing is there in my mind: to win,' says Under-12 World chess champion N Srinath.
|August 09, 2005|
|'I want to be in the top 20 or 30'|
'While in Chennai, I play alone. It gets lonely at times because you wish for someone to play with you,' says Joshna Chinnappa, India's number one squash player.
|January 24, 2005|
|'No pressure playing a Grand Slam'|
'Playing Serena Williams was a great feeling, a great experience and a greater learning experience,' says India's latest heart-throb.
|November 18, 2004|
|'Federer can be the best ever'|
Former Wimbledon champion Richard Krajicek says the Swiss world No.1 is like the replacement for Pete Sampras. 'He has so much ability, it is a joy to see him play.'
|October 25, 2004|
|'If Rooney uses his brains, his future is secure'|
'He has a very good vision and he picks up the bad habits as well as he picks up the good habits. If he learns to pick up the good habits, his future is secure,' says Sir Bobby Charlton.
|September 15, 2004|
|'I am aiming for 2800 Elo points'|
'The main thing for chess right now is to finish its world championship and get one reunified title,' says Vishwanathan Anand.
|August 18, 2004|
|'If luck is with Anju she can win a medal'|
Former middle distance ace Shiny Wilson discusses long jumper Anju Bobby George's chances at the Olympics as she goes down memory lane with Shobha Warrier.
|July 14, 2004|
|'I have to believe that I can'|
India's No.1 woman badminton player on her preparations for the Athens Games and the gloomy period that followed the ban after she tested positive.
|April 28, 2004|
|Rastogi ready to rumble|
Having earned a place in the Indian Davis Cup team, junior world No 5 Karan Rastogi eyes the ATP men's circuit.
|March 01, 2004|
|'We'll make it to Athens'|
'My target is not just to qualify for the Olympics but also do well at Athens and end up in a good position,' says Indian hockey Chief Coach Rajinder Singh.
|February 24, 2004|
|We all will miss Dhanraj: Tirkey|
India hockey captain Dilip Tirkey says Pillay's experience will be missed at the upcoming Olympic hockey qualifier in Madrid.