Pakistan's doubles star in tennis Aisam-ul-Haq Qureshi uses earnings to provide tennis-wheelchairs to disabled youth.
Pakistan defeat India 2-1 in South Asian Games hockey match, get standing ovation as North-East laps up rivalry.
In the ugliest Super Bowl, the only thing to celebrate was Denver Boncos defence that gave Peyton Manning his second ring.
Just as Rahul Chaudhari let go of Amit Rathi in what he deemed was a lost cause, he received a swift kick to the face from the raider.
Neighbours nick away gold-silver in squash as hosts continue their dominance in all other disciplines in the South Asian Games.
At 21 and only 4 years into the sport, Angad Bajwa’s room is known to resemble an armoury.
A world-class Italian coach steering India's surge in what was hitherto shooting's least achieving event in the country.
A total of 18 Pakistan players and officials did not receive the NVP which serves as a visa for Pakistanis travelling for SAG.
Thirty-two high-tech projectors and over 1,000 computerised lights were used to create the digital theme at the SAG opening ceremony.
The pair was at the centre of Indian basketball’s gaze last year, when Canadian Bhullar became the first player of Indian descent to play in the NBA, turning out briefly for the Sacramento Kings.
Champion’s Pro Kushti is a combination of traditional Malyudhha and modern grappling techniques.
Logistical nightmare to manage 4000 visitors confronts organisers on eve of hastily-stitched up South Asian Games.
The South Asian Games will be held in Guwahati and Shillong from February 5 to 16.
Bengal Warriors impress in 25-17 win over Tegulu Titans as the latter end home leg on disappointing note.
Sanjeev Rajput quit his navy job after the last Haryana government offered him a police inspector’s job.
At the halfway stage the winners Patna Pirates had a 14-12 advantage after trailing 5-8 at one stage.
"I hope I can take the fight to prostate cancer," Bret Hart wrote in an emotional post on his official Facebook account.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will inaugurate the South Asian Games in Guwahati along with ministers and diplomats from other SAARC nations.
There’ve been a few shockers over the last one week, some down to fragile nerves, others seeing the pressure catch up.
Elizabeth Susan Koshy, youngest of the finalists at Asia Olympic Qualifying Competition, clearly had a lot on her mind on Sunday.
For U Mumba, Anup Kumar (6) and Rishank Devadiga (8) were the top players in the raids.
After the rendition of the National Anthem by Aamir Khan, the special programme was followed by some entertainment provided by South star Rana Rana Duggabatti.
With state polls round the corner, there is considerable political mileage at stake in making the South Asian Games a grand fare.
Ayonika Paul raised hopes of a gold but missed in her last shot.
Viswanathan Anand, playing in a Swiss open for the first time in 23 years, failed to get into the groove.
Pink Jangra, 25, is seen as Mary Kom’s toughest competitor at the national level.
For a host of Indians, Karni Singh ranges offer final throw of dice in a desperate attempt to book Rio berth.
Saira Sirohi was a promising talent and had already won over 100 medals in national competitions.
Deepika Kumari, Sania Mirza and Saina Naiwal were in sublime touch last year and brought the country laurels in their respective sports.
Tejaswin Shankar says he is expecting to clear the 2.16m mark at the South Asian Games.
The IOA has been struggling to generate funds on its own after the 2010 Commonwealth Games fiasco.
The last time three Indian men qualified for the marathon of the quadrennial event was back in 1960, at Rome.
T Gopi, Kheta Ram join Nitendra Rawat in securing Rio berth, taking Indian count to three; Ram Singh’s course record broken.
Only 15, Haryana weightlifter Deepak Lather is the youngest Indian with a national record.
Weightlifting was hard enough to begin with and Jimjang Deru also missed life back in the mountaintop village of Jang.
The whistle-stop show, headlined by Roman Reigns, lives up to its billing, pleasing the aficionados.