Hero Indian Super League 2015: Top 5 Strikers

It is the fag end of the three month long tournament and the stage is being set for the top four teams that will be having a shot at the coveted trophy. It has been an exciting tournament so far with plenty of action happening all around. This time it has lived up to the

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Sports Stats Weekly: Weightlifting Remains An Unknown Sport In India

Like most sports in India, weightlifting too suffers because of the autocratic position cricket enjoys. The lack of money and support in the sport hampers the morale of the sports persons. Weightlifting in India has a rather poor story, in spite of numerous medals and an immensely talented pool of contenders. The recent awakening of

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Sports Stats Weekly #2: Indian Football Facts

For long, most people around the world have underestimated the power of Indian Football. However, through the decades, the Indian team has had myriad achievements which every Indian football fan should be proud of. Here are five Indian Football Facts that are a reminder of the glorious accomplishments of the Blue Tigers: Sunil Chhetri has

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Harinder Pal Sandhu Upsets Top Seed To Reach Final

Reigning national squash champion Harinder Pal Sandhu caused a major upset as he reached the final of Doubledot Media Christchurch International on Saturday. Sandhu stunned the top-seeded Raphael Kandra of Germany in a hard-fought four-game battle 12-10, 11-6, 15-13, 11-7 in 63 minutes. The 26 year old will now square off against 4th seeded Declan

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Dingko Singh – Heroes of Indian Combat Sports #7

Born to a poor family on new year’s day, 1979 in a remote village of Manipur, Dingko Singh had to fight his way for everything since childhood. For the people of Manipur, the birth of this legendary boxer heralded a new hope that they were yet unaware of at the time. Today, Manipur is the

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Liksy Joseph Wins Second Silver Medal At Wuhan

India had a good run on the second day at the Asian Athletics Championships in Wuhan. A total of four medals came India’s way today in Wuhan, China. After MR Poovamma added a silver to the medal tally in the morning, three others made it on the podium. Liksy Joseph led the Indian fray for medals on

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MR Poovamma Claims Silver At Asian Athletics Championships

A day after Inderjeet Singh bagged the gold medal on Day One of the Asian Athletics Championships, MR Poovamma got India its second medal – a silver – in the 400m run in the Chinese city of Wuhan. Narrow Miss of 2016 Rio Qualification Berth For MR Poovamma MR Poovamma clocked 53.07 seconds in her

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Inderjeet Singh Clinches Gold At Asian Championships

Shot putter Inderjeet Singh has made India proud once again. Singh, who had qualified for the 2016 Rio Olympics at the 19th Federation Cup held in Mangaluru, won the gold medal in the ongoing Asian Athletics Championships in Wuhan, China. India’s medal tally in the tournament has thus been opened up with a huge bang

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Gallery: Bengaluru FC At The 2015 AFC Cup

Although Bengaluru FC have been knocked out of the AFC Cup, their stay has certainly been a memorable one. The journey began when they played Johor FC for qualification to the group stages in the AFC Champions League. A 2-1 disappointment saw the Blues enter the group stages of the AFC Cup. In spite of it

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Heroes of Indian Contact Sports #5 – Mohammed Ali Qamar

Once in a long while, along comes an athlete who not only rewrites history, but helps in inspiring a generation, who follow in his or her footsteps. While most other countries have embraced contact sports, and have produced some of the most legendary sporting heroes, India, with a rich history in martial arts hasn’t been

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