Sania Mirza Wins US Open Mixed Doubles With Bruno Soares

Indian tennis ace Sania Mirza won her third Grand Slam mixed doubles title at the US Open, partnering with Brazil’s Bruno Soares to score a tense win over Abigail Spears/ Santiao Gonzalez in the final on Friday in exactly one hour. First Set -Won in a Flash Playing the first match of the day on

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PV Sindhu Rises Again With a Medal at World Badminton 2014

The last time, Sindhu won a World Cup Medal, a singles medal had come after a break of 30 year (Prakash Padukone won a bronze in 1983). A year later Pusarla Venkata Sindhu  has made winning medals at the World Badminton Championships a nice little habit. Today she overcome the World #2 from China ,

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Indian Men’s Hockey Team Hopeful Of Asian Games Gold

The preparations in the national camp are in full swing for the Indian men’s hockey team as they shape up for the 2014 Asian games at Incheon, South Korea. Currently ranked 9th according to the FIH, the Indian team was impressive at the recently concluded Commonwealth games in Glasgow as they bagged the silver medal.

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An Analysis of Team India’s Collapse in England

England had once again beaten India within three days. Millions of hearts were broken and there were countless questions in every Indian fan’s mind. This was a forgettable outing for Team India as they stumbled to a 3-1 defeat from a 1-0 lead. India last won a test series away from home more than 3

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India’s Performance in Archery World Cup (Stage IV, Wroclaw)

The recently concluded Archery World Cup brought a lot of happy surprises for Indians in its fourth leg which took place in Wroclaw, Poland from 5-10 August 2014. Deepika Kumari, the star archer, outshone her compatriots but as a team as well, India gave a phenomenal performance. What comprises the Archery World Cup Started in

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Review: India versus England Fifth Test

Little did the Indian cricket fans recover from the fourth test when the Indian cricket team plumbed to a new depth by submissively losing the fifth test by a margin of an innings and 244 runs at the Oval. The Independence Day celebrations were in full swing in India when the Indian batting line-up collapsed

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Review: India versus England Fourth Test

[F]or those who thought that the third Test match of the ongoing India versus Englnd series was a huge debacle, the fourth Test brought further bad memories. The India team hit a new low by putting up 8/4 on the scoreboard in their first innings at one point of time. As our Indian team kept

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How Gurmangal Dass Is Using Football To Change The Lives of Youth in Punjab, One Village At A Time

One man’s passion for his village, Rurka Kalan. A group of farmers that helped put up a proper football field and the start of a small, gentle revolution that was fueled by the healing powers of football. Reading Gurmangal Dass’ story will inspire each one of us to get out of our comfort zones to

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Why Leander Paes Is Regarded As India’s Best Tennis Player Ever

There it was, a Bollywood movie starring Leander Paes in the role of the angry central protagonist. Leander was a hero for me, from a long time ago. Ever since I saw him hit a ball in anger in a Davis Cup doubles match versus Japan in 1990. India won that match (18-16 in the

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The Incredible Journey of India’s Star Badminton Player & Coach – Pullela Gopichand

An Olympic Medal at last It happened a bit too fast. Saina Nehwal had just started imposing herself in the bronze medal match by engaging her opponent in long rallies. Before you could completely sense it, her opponent had to pull out due to a knee injury.