Daksh Panwar

Articles By Daksh Panwar

Pro Wrestling League wrap: Usual contenders stand out among Indians

In a significantly watered-down Pro Wrestling League (PWL) competition this season, Indian wrestlers, for a change, weren't getting outclassed left, right and centre.

India vs Australia Test series: India’s breakout stars

The Indian Express spoke to coaches of Rishabh Pant, Kuldeep Yadav and Mayank Agarwal to get a sense of how they managed to unshackle themselves on the big stage.

The continued rise of IPL chairman Rajeev Shukla’s aide Akram Saifi — and Saharanpur

In Saharanpur, the buzz in cricketing circles is all about Akram Saifi’s lifestyle and selfies with the who’s who of Indian cricket, entertainment and politics.

Caught in sting seeking sexual favours, IPL chief Rajeev Shukla’s aide Akram Saifi back

An investigation has found that the clean chit to Akram Saifi ignored BCCI’s own anti-corruption guidelines and several red flags by cricketers and former associates.

After Virat Kohli’s objection and support for Dukes, SG open to raising seam

SG, the official suppliers of Test balls in India, said on Thursday they are open to raise the seam of the cherry to placate Team India.

Kisan Kranti Yatra: On two sides of the farmer-police divide, a father and a son

A policeman, one of nearly 2,500 manning the border Tuesday, stood atop the UP Gate flyover as part of bandobast. From his vantage point in front of the water cannon, he could see a sea of increasingly impatient farmers ready to march into Delhi. One of them was his father.

Mitti ka Sher: Jassa Patti or Jaskanwar Singh Gill?

On the mud, he is Virat Kohli plus, as one of the many songs on him extol. Jaskanwar Singh Gill, aka Jassa Patti, returns from an international championship in Turkey after he was told to remove his patka.

After Masters, Shubhankar Sharma faces bachelor’s hurdle

Shubhankar Sharma, who recently became the youngest Indian to play at Augusta, is a BA Political Science (Honours) student at Delhi University’s School of Open Learning (SOL).

IPL 2018: Captaincy is the least of Delhi Daredevils’ worries

There’s been neither ‘identification’ nor ‘persistence’ when it comes to Delhi Daredevils and no one captures it better than Gautam Gambhir

Mahendra Singh Dhoni: The keeper of India’s faith

With no worthy replacement, these are the checks and balance to say that MS Dhoni is the keeper of India's faith.

Shubankar Sharma, a golfer driven by unconventional wisdom

From a reluctant participant at Joburg Open to securing British Open invite, Shubhankar Sharma makes rapid strides.

Ranji Trophy 2017 quarterfinals: Old fox Vinay Kumar keeps learning new tricks

In his 100th Ranji Trophy game, Karnataka captain Vinay Kumar rattled Mumbai's batting order, claiming a six-wicket haul and reducing his opponents to 173 all out.

Out of the box: Stories behind India’s five Gold medals at the Women’s Youth World Boxing Championships

Behind India's record haul of five gold medals at the AIBA World Women’s Youth Boxing Championships are stories of grit from the homes of five girls.

Haryana minister announces a cow each as prize for top boxers

State Animal Husbandry Minister Om Prakash Dhankar, who is also president of the Boxing Haryana Association, pointed out the “benefits” of cow’s milk for boxers.

Ranji Trophy 2017-18: Palam grass greener for Delhi against UP

On a pitch offering assistance, Ishant Sharma and Navdeep Saini made the new ball dance

Ranji Trophy 2017-18: Winning is the only option for UP against Delhi

UP's most bizarre performance came against Railways as they needed 94 runs to win but first lost their marbles and then the match, folding for 72.

Kedar Jadhav’s low arm yields high returns

Kedar Jadhav has taken 16 wickets in the 17 innings since he first ambled in to bowl against New Zealand in Dharamsala last year.

India vs Australia: The Rohit Sharma science that eludes Aussies

Rohit Sharma continued his merry ways against Australia as he scored his sixth hundred against them to complete a 4-1 rout.

India’s search for a No. 4: A riddle with an answer

India's frantic search for a regular No.4 maybe an unnecessary exercise in this day and age of dynamic batting

One-day wonders: Virat Kohli & Co weaving a new aura

Indian Cricket team, with their ruthless cricket, is steadily weaving an aura like Australia in the 90s and noughties.

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