The new 4 quarter format gave enough time for the Indian team to identify their opponents’ weaknesses and plan accordingly. Each plan was executed perfectly.
Sushila Devi Likmabam of Manipur wins her first round match comfortably in the 48 KG Judo Women’s event at Asian Games 2014.
“Everyone is his own coach because nobody can tell you what your weaknesses are, only you know,” – Indian captain Sardara Singh
After days of disappointing news of pullouts of star athletes and slashing of the jumbo contingent, India is all set to embrace the prestigious multidisciplinary sporting event, the Asian Games with a lot of enthusiasm, hope and gusto. India’s performances in multi-sporting events have improved over the years and the last Asian Games at Guangzhou
Carrying the Tricolor This has been a slow year for Indian tennis in the Grand Slams but we seem to be getting back on track. Today was the 1st Grand Slam title of the year for India and this time the winning team had an Indian other than Mahesh and Leander. This time around,
As the nation basks in the glory of PV Sindhu’s recent bronze win in the Badminton World Championship, another badminton champion from India, Saina Nehwal chose to take a path less travelled. Saina, the London Olympic bronze medallist, has decided to move to Bangalore to train with former India coach Vimal Kumar, just two weeks