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Should Prevention have been better than Cure when it came to appointing coaches?

The Sports Authority of India and the Sports Ministry are on a rough-to-go decision mode now. Coaches are now standing on the ceasefire line and we all wonder if this is the right thing to now with the Asian...
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BAI strikes 3-year sponsorship deal with Yonex : A true win or not?

The Badminton Association of India has inked a Rs 75 crore deal with Yonex Sunrise, the Japanese sports equipment manufacturer, which will now supply equipment to BAI for all their tournaments, camps and academies in India. In return this...

Pakistani hockey legend Mansoor Ahmed passes away at 49

World Cup-winning Hockey goalkeeper and Pakistan legend Mansoor Ahmed passed away in Karachi at the age of 49 after suffering from heart ailment for a long time. It is a great loss to the nation as he was not...

Basketball Without Borders: New Delhi to host the 2018 edition this month

The NBA Academy in Greater Noida is all set to host the 2018 edition of Basketball Without Borders (BWB) Asia from May 30- June 2 as announced by the NBA, FIBA and the Basketball Federation of India (BFI) on...

Girl returning from Judo session shows bravery after being molested

Cases of molestation and eve teasing are unfortunately quite familiar in almost every corner of our country, in which a girl falls prey most of the time, but there are exceptions. One such incident happened last month in Kolkata...

Government run Gymnasiums to go multipurpose in Haryana: RSS Shakhas-cum-Gymnasiums

Indian politics is going on hoophola of satirical decisions and play-offs. One more press statement released three days ago assures this and how RSS ideology is trying to spread amidst the State. The Agriculture Minister of Haryana, Om Prakash...

Indian referee Uvena Fernandes to officiate at FIFA U20 Women’s World Cup

Apart from Kerala and West Bengal, there is one Indian State that is often considered synonymous with football- no doubt a product of Portuguese colonisation that prevailed. It's, of course Goa, a state which has seen a fantastic number...

Keep sports away from moral policing, Kolkata

What is it about the current political climate in the country that makes even the most famously liberal of cities indulge in heinous acts of moral policing? Why should moral policing even become the norm? Who are these self...

Archer V Jyothi Surekha to go on indefinite hunger strike against the AP Govt

Indian governmentsa�� tyranny over sports and their lack of ample support and enthusiasm for the games keep showing up every now and then. Yet another mishandled assurance from the government showed up yesterday. On Sunday, international archer V Jyothi SurekhaA�voiced...

Former cricketer Diana Edulji refuses Lifetime Achievement Award

Diana Edulji, the former India team test cricketer, refused to accept theA�Col. C.K. Nayudu Lifetime Achievement Award that the BCCI decided to confer upon her. She made her official statement after the BCCI published the recipients of the BCCI...

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Cricket in Kashmir: A dangerous and beautiful game

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