I-League 2017 Review: Blues left frustrated by resilient Minerva Punjab

Following an impressive game of football for those in blue, all it took was one moment of unluckiness for both Amrinder Singh and Sandesh Jhingan as they were undone by some bad bounce as Minerva Punjab equalised with barely a few minutes left to play. However, while the crowds were also left frustrated, it was

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CK Vineeth Hat-Trick floors Mumbai FC as Blues extend unbeaten run

CK Vineeth was on song in the first encounter of the season as Bengaluru FC went ahead and cemented their place atop the I-League table with a 3-0 win over Mumbai FC. John Johnson, the Blues’ defender had earlier stated that there was usually a lot of emotion when it came to playing Mumbai. However,

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PV Sindhu To Get Huge Reward From BAI

Indian badminton starlet, PV Sindhu, who recently won the Malaysian Masters Grand Prix, is all set to receive a huge reward from Badminton Association of India (BAI). The Association has announced a cash reward of Rs. 5 Lakhs for the badminton star after he historic win in Malaysia last week. Sindhu, who was seeded third

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Karthikeyan Murali Crowned National Chess Champion

Karthikeyan Murali, who hails from Tamil Nadu, was crowned the National Chess Champion at the ONGC 53rd National Premier Chess Championship. The sixteen-year-old had a final round loss against Arghyadip Das in the tournament, but it was not enough to keep him away from the title. Karthikeyan was level on points with GM Vidit Gujrathi

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ISL Points Table: Lights Out for Kerala Blasters and Mumbai

Kerala Blasters and Mumbai City FC engaged in a 1-1 draw last night and it apparently ended both team’s hopes of making it into the semis. Almost five teams are fighting it out for the fourth place in the ISL Points table with just three more rounds to go in the league stages. Northeast United

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World Title Number 15 For Pankaj Advani

Indian cueist Pankaj Advani has pocketed his 15th World Championship win at the IBSF World Snooker Championship in Hurghada. Advani defeated Zhua Xintong in the final of the tournament with a score of 8-6 in the best of 15 match. The match started off on a positive note for the Indian as he was leading

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IBSF Snooker Championship: Pankaj Advani In Semis

Pankaj Advani has made it to the semi-finals of the IBSF Snooker Championship being held at Hurghada, Egypt. Pankaj Advani – Lone Indian in the men’s category As things stand now, Advani is the lone Indian in the men’s category. He defeated Alex Borg of Malta 6-0 to guarantee his spot in the Semi-Finals. He

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IBSF World Snooker: Pankaj Advani In Last 32

Pankaj Advani has made it to the final 32 of the IBSF World Snooker championship while Varsha Sanjeev crashed out. Varsha, who earlier made it to the knockout round of 24 in the women’s category faced off against veteran Theresa Whitten of Australia. The 18-year-old Indian failed to keep up with the veteran and the

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Exclusive – Vijender Singh Talks About His Upcoming Fight

Very few athletes have managed to captivate fans like the Indian pugilist from Haryana, Vijender Singh. Ever since his exploits at the 2008 Olympics, Vijender has been considered the torch bearer of alternate sports in India. Sports that have had to take a back seat due to the popularity of cricket in the country but

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Stephen Constantine – We Respect Oman As A Team But We Will Fight

Still winless from the last four encounters, India get back to where it all began. A day prior to the Russia 2018 World Cup Preliminary Joint Qualification Preliminary Round 2 away match against Oman, Stephen Constantine’s boys look back to their first match in the Group stage in Bengaluru where they narrowly went down 1-2

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