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Sport in empty stadiums will be disappointing: Sachin Tendulkar

Sachin Tendulkar Cricket
He revelled in the full-throated chants that accompanied his stay at the crease and Sachin Tendulkar says that's one reason why the very idea of sport inside an empty stadium disappoints him. Made for television sport is being given a serious thought owing to the COVID-19 pandemic which has made social distancing a necessity. But sport without fans is not...

Mind Matters | The importance of physical activity amid COVID-19

Home Workout (Source: Urban Clap)
Given our current situation and the increase in the lockdown period, it has majorly affected our fast-moving lifestyle. We are now, mostly, confined to our couches since our work has shifted to our houses! A lifestyle with a lot of sitting and lying down, with very little or no physical exercise has become the new normal. Such a sedentary...

Milkha Singh’s daughter fights COVID-19 pandemic from frontline in NY hospital

Dr Mona Milkha Singh and Dr Ronald Shaw
Legendary sprinter Milkha Singh's daughter and ace golfer Jeev Milkha Singh's elder sister has been running a "marathon" in New York -- not on a track but at a hospital, battling the COVID-19 pandemic that has ravaged the world. Mona Milkha Singh is a doctor at the Metropolitan Hospital Center in New York, attending to emergency patients of coronavirus, which...

COVID-19 taught us not to tinker with nature: Shuttler Sameer Verma

sameer verma
The unprecedented health crisis, triggered by COVID-19, is perhaps a stark reminder that man should now learn to respect nature and not tinker with it, says Indian shuttler Sameer Verma. In India, the coronavirus pandemic has killed more than 500 people and infected over 17,000, forcing the government to lockdown the country till May 3 to contain the deadly...

Riot Games Valorant Beta: The Latest News

This is by far one of the most talked-about games on the gaming calendar for this year and is set to be the next big hit for this game developer.

Learning from past performance to be ready for Olympics: Ashwini Ponnappa

Ashwini Ponappa
Indian shuttlers Ashwini Ponnappa and N Sikki Reddy have finally got some time to pause and reflect due to the COVID-19 pandemic and they are making the most of it by creating a database to analyse their past performances while waiting for another shot at Olympic qualification. The coronavirus outbreak has left over 1.2 lakh people dead and infected nearly...

We were at the peak, would have been nice to compete at the Olympics right now: Manu Bhaker

The 18-year old pistol shooter, who is one of India's medal hopefuls in Tokyo Olympics, is disappointed that the Games have been postponed but said well-being of people is priority.

How do athletes battle stress and depression amid coronavirus lockdown

Sakshi Malik | Source: Wrestling TV
The COVID-19 pandemic has brought our lives to a standstill. Sports, as we know, has been hit by a tremendous jolt and athletes have to battle it themselves through these uncertain times. Major tournaments across the world, be it the Indian Premier League (IPL) on the home front, Tokyo Olympics, or even the FIFA Under-17 Women’s World Cup to...

Squash star Joshna on road to self discovery in lockdown

Joshna Chinappa
Used to travelling 200 days in a year, India's leading squash player Joshna Chinappa is grappling with the anxiety of being home alone amid a nationwide lockdown, during which even going to a grocery store has become an "amazing experience". With her mother staying elsewhere in Chennai and father in Coorg, Chinappa has been forced to do things she seldom...

Boxing Federation starts online coaching for Olympic-bound boxers

Their training halted by the coronavirus-forced national lockdown, India's Olympic-bound boxers will be provided online classes by their coaches from Monday to ensure that aspects such as mental well-being and nutrition are taken care of. Nine Indian boxers -- M C Mary Kom (51kg), Simranjit Kaur (60kg), Lovlina Borgohani (69kg), Pooja Rani (75kg), Amit Panghal (52kg), Manish Kaushik (63kg), Vikas...