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It will take years to produce next Saina, Sindhu: Vimal

Former national badminton coach Vimal Kumar has the credit of training Olympic medalist Saina Nehwal. Under his wings, Saina had...

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Pooja Dhanda gains confidence from Worlds

Dhanda became the first Indian woman wrestler in six years to win a World Championship medal.   Asedulous Kuldeep Malik...

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After Under-19 Asia Cup exploits, Harsh Tyagi dreams to spin red ball

With an elder brother in the house, Harsh Tyagi never really got a chance to try tricks with bat. When...

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SC’s anti-377 judgment is going to tell people that the courts are on our side: Keshav Suri

Keshav Suri used his name and fame to empower the LGBTQ community, provide employment, and fight for their rights by...

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Jhajharia may retire post Para Asian Games

Ace javelin thrower Devendra Jhajharia first made a name for himself when he set a new world record at the...

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With awards, come controversies

A sportsperson’s career is uncertain. Tomorrow may never be the same as yesterday, keeping the scope of injuries and the...

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The gold hunt is on till Tokyo 2020: Bajrang Punia

Bajrang Punia has now won almost every tournament in his weight category. This season, the freestyle wrestler has four gold...

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An unknown sport in India called wushu

Wushu, like many other games, has walked the low-profile path in India over the years. The martial art has been...

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Manu too young for the pressure being put: Rana

Four-time Asian Games gold-medalist and India’s junior national shooting coach Jaspal Rana believes that a lot of pressure has been...

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Manika takes medal pressure positively

Batra remains the sole Indian woman to have won gold in TT singles at the CWG.   After performing exceptionally well...

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Chris Gayle is all praise for Captain Kohli

Though India had a 31-run defeat in the first Test against England, skipper Virat Kohli’s classic 149 in the first...

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Wrestling down stereotypes, Divya Kakran now targets Asian Games

The 20-year-old has fought sexism, poverty and casteism to make her place among the top wrestlers of India.   Taking...

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Drag, flick and score

Former Indian hockey captain, Sandeep Singh’s sporting career almost reached a premature end when he was accidentally shot at, and...

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The topsy-turvy journey of Indian women hockey team

The Indian woman’s national hockey team made their seventh appearance at the World Cup on Saturday. A closer look at...

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‘Hockey’s history speaks for its national status’

It was in 2012 that many, who believed hockey to be the national game of India, were caught by surprise...

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The great metamorphosis of Afghanistan cricket

On 14 June, Afghanistan debuted in the Test format against the No. 1 Test side, India and lost the one-off...