Doping in sports: What India can learn from Russian case
The Russian case is an opportunity for India to put its house in order. While at one level many saw it coming and were ready for it, activists and analysts have welcomed the move as a stern message to dope cheats. No country has the right to play foul and get away is the sentiment and to think that many worthy athletes had to miss out because dope cheats.
Pro Volleyball season 2 to kick off on Feb 7th
The second season of the league will feature a total of 22 matches with the final of the leagu...
Roger Federer confirms participation in Tokyo Olympics
"At the end of the day my heart decided I would love to play the Olympic Games again,"...
Jindal Stainless Foundation, Delhi Golf Club team up to popularise sport
Collaboration and support from organisations like JSF will help materialise DGC’s plan for upgrading its infrastructure.
World Anti-Doping Agency imposes 4-year ban on Russia
Russia was banned from the Olympics and world championships in a range of sports on Monday after the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) ruled to punish. WADA took the decision after it concluded that Moscow had tampered with laboratory data by planting fake evidence and deleting files linked to positive doping tests that could have helped identify drug cheats.
Arunachal to get 3 state-of-the-art sports academies soon: Rijiju
Seeking the support of the state government for establishing the academies, Rijiju said the Centre would provide all budgetary support.
IOA cannot take unilateral decision to pull out of 2022 CWG, must consult govt: Kiren Rijiju
Last week, the Commonwealth Games Federation left out shooting from the 2022 Birmingham Games in its Executive Board meeting while recommending the inclusion of three new sports.
The burden of the Olympic games
The Olympic Games is simply incapable of curbing its essential and primal urge to grow, to indulge, to colonise, to devour.
First time in history, IOA submits interest to bid for 2032 Olympic Games
The IOA has already submitted a formal expression of interest to the IOC to bid for the 2032 Olympic.
Allowed to participate for the first time, Saudi Women's basketball team win gold
Saudi female athletes are finally getting the opportunity to participate in international events like their male counter parts.
Sony Networks to broadcast 2020 Olympics in Indian subcontinent
The Sony Pictures Networks India (SPN) has also acquired media rights for the 2020 Lausanne Winter Youth Olympic Games.
2018 Summer Youth Olympic Games: Google Celebrates Event With Doodle
Google on Saturday dedicated its doodle to mark the start of the 2018 Summer Youth Olympic Games. Created by Cynthia Yuan Cheng and Vrinda Z...
Google marks the start of 2018 Summer Youth Olympic Games with doodle
This year's Games are being held in Buenos Aires and will go on till October 18.
Rs 100 crore earmarked for funding of athletes under TOPS for 2020 Olympics: SAI
The TOPS, which was launched in September 2014, is a flagship programme of the sports ministry to provide financial assistance to potential Olympic medal winners.
From 'no skills' to master planner, Mary Kom looks back at incredible world domination
The 36-year-old mother-of-three turned back the clock for a sixth gold at the just-concluded event, in which she is unlikely to be surpassed for quite a few years to come.
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