Natasha Singh believes that sports bridges gaps and can solve problems (or create more) that conference rooms cannot. She tracks sports at the Indian Express with a focus on football.
UEFA Champions League: After both the European finals became an all-English affair last season, can we expect the English giants to come out strong in this season?
Sadio Mane raged against teammate Mohammed Salah and team staff, Gareth Bale scored twice then committed two fouls to get sent off and racism reared its ugly head again in Italy.
Barcelona begin title defence with a loss, a VAR controversy makes headlines in the Premier League and other talking points from football matches in Europe this weekend.
After a disastrous pre-season for Real Madrid, will Los Blancos be able to challenge the reigning champions Barcelona or will they endure another disastrous domestic season?
Not only does PSG have a 500-million euro budget, but the Qatari-backed side boasts of top-level players that leaves them with no comparable rivals within France.
Hima still needs to qualify for the World Championships, and from there on work even harder to claim a ticket for the Tokyo Olympics 2020 in order to mark herself out as one of the world's top athletes.
Speaking ahead of season seven, Pawan Sehrawat shared with the IndianExpress the love and support he gets from the fans of Bengaluru.
Steve Smith and David Warner will mark their return at the big stage ahead of the ICC World Cup 2019 as they return to action at the Indian Premier League 2019.
Sunil Chhetri's legacy keeps getting bigger and better with the recent trophy in his cabinet being the Indian Super League 2019 that Bengaluru FC won on Sunday.
The Indian Super League 2019 has arrived at the final showdown as the top two sides of the season Bengaluru FC and FC Goa ready to fight for the title on Sunday in Mumbai.
2018 had its own share of controversies from the ball-tampering scandal that shook the Australian cricket to star footballer Cristiano Ronaldo accused of rape.
In 2018, it was the women athletes who dominated the headlines and grabbed the limelight over their male counterparts.
Year 2018 saw some of the biggest sporting events in the world including FIFA World Cup, Hockey World Cup, Commonwealth Games and Asian Games. A look back at some of the biggest upsets of the year.
Late goals from Federico Gallego and Bartholomew Ogbeche helped NorthEast United FC take the top spot of ISL 2018-19 after a thrilling match in the capital.
Delhi Dynamos are winless in six matches into the ISL season having been unable to score in the last three games.
Defending champions Chennaiyin FC opened their season with three straight defeats and stand one spot above the bottom of the table with a solitary point.
Despite a number of chances going both ways, Delhi Dynamos and Chennaiyin fail to score and remain without a win ISL 2018/19.
Looking for their first win, Delhi Dynamos and Chennaiyin FC will be desperate to come out as the better team when they clash against each other on Tuesday.
Speaking after the match, Steve Coppell said that when the Delhi side levelled the match 1-1 in the second half, they had to calm down and retain possession.
Balwant Singh and El Maimouni were on target as ATK claimed their first win of the season.