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How Indian squash grapples with lack of full-time coach

Indian squash has been making all the right noises in recent years performance-wise and there are enough signs to suggest that Indian squash is in good health – the country currently has as many as four men...

Managing the medals: A peek into India’s Paralympic World

“You see, what you promise for the future, is strengthened by what you have done in the past. You have done nothing in the past, and promise everything in the future, your credibility suffers!”

A year ahead of Tokyo 2020, Indian para-badminton players stand at crossroads

It was back in September 2017, the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) announced a program of 14 events - seven men's, six women's and one mixed for Tokyo 2020, where badminton will make its Paralympic debut. A total of 90...

Labelled guilty by the Federation, Prasanta Karmakar recounts his side of the story

Over the last ten days, swimming featured heavily in our lives. Asia's best swimmers made their way to Jakarta to compete in the 18th Asian Games. Naturally, Indian swimmers were amongst them. Several from the Indian team made it into...

The dark side of Indian Taekwondo

On July 26, 2018, the Delhi High Court came out with a definitive response to a very long and drawn out saga that chronicled the dissatisfaction and unfair treatment that had been meted out to India's top Taekwondo players...