Debdutta Bhattacharjee

OPEN TO OPINION

Thinking Deva

He is a journalist with DailyO

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How long will India be satisfied with so few medals in Olympics?

Sakshi and Sindhu's achievements are big, but our sports administrators/governments can claim no credit.

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Why West Indies greats feel their team can't beat India

For all of the first Test and most of the second, it looked like there was only one team playing, and that was the one led by Virat Kohli.

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Test double ton is great, but West Indies not Kohli's biggest test

These days it has almost become par for the course that Virat will score big on most times that he goes out to bat.

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Video of young Portuguese football fan consoling French man has left world in tears

It is a welcome change from incidents of racism from time to time that did not even spare frontline players.

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It was Cristiano Ronaldo who won Portugal the Euro 2016

He was the undying symbol that galvanised the Portuguese, even though he played only about 20 minutes of the match.

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Why India's sports stars like Sachin won't ever come close to Ali's greatness

Imagine being a champion, yet not being so. The great boxer had to face that ordeal in a white America.

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Kohli may have lost IPL 9, but he won our hearts

If only the RCB's bowling was as strong as its batting.

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Sushil Kumar deserves a trial, let him earn his place for Olympics

India's wrestling body should be happy to find itself in a situation where it is spoilt for choice.

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IPL 9: With Dhoni's bizarre captaincy, Pune had to lose

The RPS captain sent even Ravichandran Ashwin to bat ahead of himself.

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IPL 9 shows Dhoni's days are over, Kohli is the new king

The RCB captain has led by example in this tournament. MSD has not been able to do likewise.