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51 moments in Indian Sports you might have missed during 51 days of IPL

Cricket lovers were hooked on to the Indian Premier League for the past one and a half months which ended in a grand style with Mumbai Indians clinching its fourth title. The ICC Cricket World Cup will be the next big thing in international cricket. But the fact is, we overlooked other sporting events India featured during the past two...

Badminton for a cause – the Gaurav Khanna way

Gaurav Khanna is a coach with a difference – the badminton player, who excelled at the national level in the late 1980s, happened to observe a group of hearing-impaired individuals attempting their serves and smashes on a nearby court. Moved by their efforts, he tried his hand at training them to improve their game by a few notches, and began to...

Six swimmers, five para-badminton players included in TOPS

TThe Sports Authority of India’s Mission Olympic Cell has selected five para-badminton players, for inclusion in the Target Olympic Podium Scheme (TOPS) for Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games. Six swimmers have been selected for the Developmental Group for Olympic 2024. The Target Olympic Podium Scheme is a flagship program of the Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports which is a scheme...

Indian parabadminton squad look to quell controversies with eyes on the prize

The Para-Badminton competition looks set to be one of the most hotly contested at the Indonesia 2018 Asian Para Games, with 17 of the 21 World Champions from the 2017 BWF Para-Badminton World Championships competing. A total of 157 athletes from 19 countries will vie for 19 medals over eight days of competition at the Istora venue, part of the Gelora Bung...

East Bengal players to approach AIFF through players’ body

East Bengal
The Football Players' Association of India (FPAI) is planning to approach the AIFF seeking parent body's intervention after East Bengal Club's investors Quess Corp controversially terminated the players' contract in wake of COVID-19 pandemic which brought sporting activities to halt. The Bangalore-based investors Quess Corp, who have snapped ties, last month had terminated the players', officials contracts activating the 'Force...

Commonwealth Games 2018: Complete list of Indian athletes

With the 21st edition of the Commonwealth Games around the corner, things have already heated up in the Gold Coast. The athletes are making their last-minute preparations for the mega event. The Australian City got the honours to host the games after it won the bid during an event in Saint Kitts and Nevis, back in 2011. India made a...