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Neel Joshi set up title clash at the British Junior Open Squash 2018

Youngster Neel Joshi continued his brilliant form at the British Junior Open Squash and reached the final Under-15 category of the mega event on Sunday. He hammered second-seeded Muhammad Amir Aminul Azhar in a five-game semi-final in Birmingham on...

ISSF World Cup 2018: Youngster Akhil Sheoran bags Gold in Mexico

Adding on the list of fantastic performances at the ISSF Shooting World Cup in Mexico was India's Akhil Sheoran. The youngster won a Gold in the 50m Rifle 3 positions in spectacular fashion and, thus, became the fourth Indian...

East Bengal choke against Lajong, Mohun Bagan’s chances brighten

Kingfisher East Bengal, once again, bottled their chances to take a comfortable pole position in the I-League table when the drew 2-2 against Shillong Lajong FC. The match was their second last and clinching three points in this match...

Sports ministry thrashed for trying to politicise medal count

Just when people were basking in India's steady supply of medals at the Commonwealth Games, the government decides it's time to stoop a step-down and try to make it about politics. That is exactly what the Ministry of Sports...

Keeping basketball alive in Jammu and Kashmir

Basketball is a sport which does not attract much attention in our country but the condition is even worse in Jammu and Kashmir where political turmoil often undermines the potential of the players. The State Basketball team is currently...

Women’s National Boxing Championships: Day 1 round-up

RSPB's Seema Poonia sailed past youngster Niharika Gonella in the opening day of the Women's 2018 National Boxing Championship. The Asian Bronze medallist had it easy against Niharika in a rather one-sided bout at the National Boxing Academy in...

Amee Kamani quietly creates history at the Asian Snooker Championships

At the Asian Championships yesterday, there were two Indian cueists who came away with the top-honours. For India's Amee Kamani, she would have imagined she created history by becoming the first Indian woman to win the Snooker title at...

Looking back on 2017: Soumyajit Ghosh and Anthony Amalraj with a rare win

On April 30 this bygone year, Soumyajith Ghosh made a glorious mark in the history of Indian sports. For the first time, India won a men's doubles title at the ITTF Challenge. It was a double delight for Soumyajit Ghosh...

“India Open” to witness the likes of Boxing heavyweights Cuba and Russia

India Open is going to be one of the biggest events in Boxing the country has ever hosted with top International stars to feature in the competition. Powerhouses in boxing such as Cuba and Russia have also confirmed their...

Looking back on 2017: When India’s badminton queens met on court

On November 7 this year, once again, Indian badminton fans were served a blockbuster match between the two supreme women athletes of our country -- PV Sindhu and SainaNehwal. Nothing could be a better setting than the finals of...

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Cricket in Kashmir: A dangerous and beautiful game

Back in May this year, a domestic cricket tournament in Kashmir's Pulwama made national headlines after the opening ceremony before the final was streamed live on Facebook. The video that went viral showed the two teams, Shining Star Pampore and Pulwama Tigers, lined up...