'Battle for the Queen' tournament,played in a rapid chess format,attracts more than 600 participants
And Juhi Shah is sure to have felt completely out of place when she first found herself in a totally different attire some three years ago.
With three well decorated cueists in the family father Arun,and uncles Shubhash and Om destiny may have set its course for Aditya Agrawal
Laxity on the part of the Badminton Association of India (BAI) officials may result in Indian shuttlers being booted out.
The BWF World Badminton Championships at Guangzhou last week was an anti-climax for Mumbai's world number 24,Ajay Jayaram.
Another year,another tournament,and another record for Viraj Prabhu
From a second placed finish in the Junior National Championship last year,Upamanyu Dutta and Hussai Arsiwala have conquered the senior division title
It is a common phenomenon for sports teams or athletes to travel to foreign lands in order to benefit from the experience and expertise of an internationally acclaimed coach.
Archers to benefit from the addition of physiotherapist and psychologist to the support staff.
Dr Nikhil Latey,a physiotherapist affiliated to the Olympic Gold Quest has worked along with some of the countrys rising shooters and archers.
Anitha Pauldurai takes us through a journey that reveals the secret to the Indian womens 3x3 basketball teams success
Missing from basketballs international stage for six years,Manisha Dange has made a dream comeback.
Few have heard the name Lenny Rodrigues,and even fewer would know that he is Indias Footballer of the Year this season.
Former World and European Champion,Peter Karlsson arrives in Mumbai to work as head coach at a University Sports Pavilion based training camp.
Despite match-fixing allegations putting his career in the balance,Stephen Lee still manages to find solace and glory in the game he loves,writes Shahid Judge.
With match-fixing allegations putting his career in the balance,English snooker pro Stephen Lee still manages to find solace in the game he loves.