Nitin Sharma

Articles By Nitin Sharma

India vs South Africa: After shuffle, a perfect hand

Captain Virat Kohli keeps South Africans guessing with his ever-changing plans, flawless batting.

Deepak Chahar: ‘I like to keep my bowling unpredictable’

No matter at what juncture he came to bowl, he knew what exactly the team wanted from him.

Message delivered: Rishabh Pant needs to be fearless, not careless

Batting coach Rathour says hard-hitting left-hander Rishabh Pant needs to be fearless, not careless.

Virat Kohli-Rabada clash will be fiery: Quinton de Kock

The last time South Africa toured India, the visitors won the T20I series 2-0 and the ODI series 3-2, where de Kock was the third-highest scorer for the team with a total of 318 runs.

T20I Series between India and South Africa – All eyes on tomorrow’s tie at PCA stadium; Met forecast: partly cloudy sky

Three players of South Africa team walked to a nearby mall from the team hotel and did some shopping. After some time, the players were surrounded by a crowd. After that, the players went back to the team hotel with the team security.

Under-19 Champions Trophy: Chandigarh’s Arjun Azad named player of the tournament

The youngster was adjudged as the player of the tournament as he had smashed 121 runs against Pakistan earlier in the tournament and had accumulated a total of 202 runs, including the century against Pakistan and one half-century against Kuwait.

As injury heals, Neeraj Chopra gears up to make comeback by year end

The Haryana athlete, who had become the World U-20 Champion in Poland in 2016, was suffering with soreness in his elbow since November 2018 and the injury meant that Chopra withdrew from the Asian Championships early this year

Included in Test squad for South Africa: Father remembers Shubman Gill’s appetite for runs

Gill, who smashed 90 runs for India A against South Africa earlier this week, was also man of the series in the India A-West Indies A unofficial ODI series.

Khattar govt accepts Babita Phogat’s resignation from Haryana Police, paves way for contesting polls

Babita said while she had submitted her resignation in August, four days before joining the BJP, it was accepted on September 10.

Post-High Court order, Punjab Cricket Association postpones polls

The decision from the association came a day after the Punjab and Haryana High Court summoned the PCA secretary to court with the records pertaining to its upcoming election and revised constitution.

ISSF World Cup: Saurabh-Manu win all-Indian duel

India topped the tally with nine medals — five gold, two silver and as many bronze — with the other five gold medals on offer won by five different countries.

With hills nearby, Chandigarh provides ideal platform for training: Cyclist Amit Samarth

As the second Indian to finish the Race Across America (RAAM) and the only Asian cyclist to finish the Trans Siberia Extreme, 39-year-old Dr Amit Samarth is one of the most acclaimed ultra cyclist in the country.

Players from Tricity can excel at national and international stage: Satnam Singh

“Jagdeep paji has been like an elder brother and a mentor for me. I grew up watching him play for Punjab and India. We still play together and all of us talk about promoting talent. It’s good to see that he has come with the academy," he said.

Yashaswini Deswal: From watching idol to beating her

Young Yashaswini beats 2004 Olympic champion Kostevych to seal 9th quota spot for Tokyo Games

Panchkula shooter Yashaswini Singh Deswal grabs gold, Olympic quota

Panchkula shooter Yashawini Singh Deswal ,22, bagged the ninth Olympic quota for India and became the world champion in the women’s 10m Air Pistol event in the ISSF World Cup.

Tokyo dreams for Sanjeev Rajput

After missing out on 2016 Rio qualification, marksman clinches silver in shooting World Cup to secure an Olympic quota

Abhishek Verma clinches gold in 10m pistol

In the medal round, Verma was the only shooter to shoot four scores in excess of 10 in the first series before a last shot of 9.4.

World Cup gold around her neck and golden earing waiting at home

The shooter, who became national champion in 2017, was competing in her fourth world cup as Elavenil Valarivan scored 629.4 in qualification before emerging as the champion in the final with a difference of 1.1 over Mcintosh.

15-year-old Chandigarh lad wins bronze medal U-16 World Snooker Championship: ‘I dedicate it to my father’

“It’s a huge moment for me and my family. My father always wanted to see me play for India and win a medal. When I won the medal on Saturday, I got emotional seeing my mother raise the Indian flag and we remembered my father," he said.

Cadet Komalika hits bullseye in Spain

The youngster from Jharkhand emulated statemate Deepika Kumari who had won the same title in 2009 before winning the world junior title in 2011.

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