Winning silver at World Cup Finals in Italy post Rio debacle has restored Jitu’s faith in his ability.
Another girl from coach Pullela Gopichand’s stable wins Grand Prix title, third after Indian badminton’s big two.
Keyzad Anklesaria and Sunit Chokshi earned India a place on the podium at World Bridge Games for the first time since 1988.
India urgently wants sporting greatness — but its desire is fraught with dangers.
In her official Olympic gear, Lalita Babar joined the protesters as they marched from Deccan Chowk to the Council Hall.
From punchline to punches: Spicejet head and BJP’s backroom boy Ajay Singh elected as the president of Boxing Federation of India.
Devendra Jhajharia has come a long way since he took his first few steps at a meet in Madurai, winning at shot put and javelin.
Abdellatif Baka’s was a Paralympics world record and Matthew Centrowitz’s had been the slowest timing over 1500m at the Olympics finals since 1932.
Despite political uncertainty and recession, Brazil and Rio de Janeiro managed to deliver a memorable, uniquely South American Games.
Story of the medals tally: Familiar leader, surprise second in Britain, China’s slump and the Rising Sun.
The Maracanã erupted after the deciding penalty, their love for Neymar cemented, a gold in the kitty.
Yogeshwar Dutt goes down tamely to his Mongolian rival to complete India’s self-inflicted humiliation in men’s wrestling.
PV Sindhu began her intense preparations one year ago even as she was recovering from a fractured foot.
PV Sindhu became India’s first woman to win a silver, scripting history and evacuate India of its Games anguish with a display of talent, power and grace.
In the badminton women's singles final at Rio 2016 Olympics, brave PV Sindhu comes up agonisingly short against World No.1 Carolina Marin.
PV Sindhu had taken Indian badminton, the country’s high-performing sport for a while now, a notch higher.
Pullela Gopichand is now feeding his athletes what he had been starved off: ready inputs, strategy, knowledge and an incredible mind off court.
Standing between PV Sindhu and the gold is the World No.1 Carolina Marin, who has Nadal’s tenacity and Sharapova’s shrieks.
Sakshi Malik, the diminutive Haryana wrestler, overturns a 0-5 deficit against Kyrgyz Aisuluu Tynybekova to give the country its first medal at Rio — a bronze.
Sakshi Malik was a good steady wrestler, who won qualification at first opportunity. Yet, she wasn’t a Phogat — India’s first family of women wrestlers.
PV Sindhu trashed all pre-game predictions to emerge on the final peak of the draw in a post-Chinese-domination world of badminton.
Some athletes and coaches say chief medical officer Pawandeep Singh's standard response to most complaints of injuries has been a dose of Combiflam.
After overcoming the Chinese wall, the tall PV Sindhu has summit in her sight as she faces 5’1” Okuhara.
Kidambi Srikanth gave the most visceral exhibitions of world-class talent that matched China’s best, and hushed China’s loudest.
Four years ago, the Chinese girl Yihan Wang had decimated Saina Nehwal in the London 2012 Olympics semis.
Dipa Karmakar, who finished fourth in vault, took time to reflect on what happened on the day, and in the build-up.
Wonder women from Tanchon, Tripura and Texas, a 41-year veteran, a cute Chinese child push the envelop in pursuit of gold.
India smarting from the injury and exit of Saina Nehwal are hoping their first time Olympians script a fresh tale.
Usain Bolt is on track to achieve his triple treble over 100m, 200m and 4x100m and, in his words, become immortal.
With a record 23 gold medals, Michael Phelps, the most decorated Olympian ever, finally decides to retire.
For Saina Nehwal, this will be an exit reminiscent of the second pool game at Asian Games 2010 – where her challenge failed to take off entirely.
Sania Mirza and Rohan Bopanna fail to play the best and lose 1-6 5-7 to Czech pair of Lucie Hradecka and Radek Stepanek.
Dipa Karmakar finishes fourth in the Vaults final marking India’s most stupendous international achievement.
Vikas Krishan and Manoj Kumar face tough Uzbekistan boxers in their respective bouts, but will not dilute their aggressive style.
Lalita Babar qualified for the women's 3000m steeplechase with a new national record of 9 minutes 19.76 seconds.
A fictional biography of Kasturba Gandhi makes for a compelling read.