After getting banned for two years for failing dope test, Basketball Player Satnam Singh joins farmer protests
Last month, Singh was given provisional suspension after he failed an out-of-competition test conducted in Bangalore by NADA.
World number one Tennis player Novak Djokovic was disqualified in the US Open fourth round on Sunday after he struck a line judge with a ball in the first set of his match against Pablo Carreno Busta from Spain.
UVA Premier League T20 in Sri Lanka turns out to be fake tournament held in a Punjab village suspected to be organised by bookies....
UVA Premier League T20 in Sri Lanka is a fake tournament promoted by Indian sports websites and Sri Lanka has denied any association with it
An accomplished sportswoman talks about the mainstream perspective of the RSS towards women, especially a sportswoman.
Jockey Srinivasa Gowda ran 145 meters in 13.62 seconds, so his speed would be 9.55 sec for 100 meters, better than Bolt’s record
India Today refers to country’s ace badminton coach Pullela Gopichand as “little known”, social media schools the media group
India Today trolled on Twitter for saying that badminton coach Pullela Gopichand is little known
Federer came out of medical timeout not to win the match but to hang on there and keep doing what he does best. Play Tennis. Losing is perfectly fine. But giving up isn’t an option.
Reacting to the Indian Express Report, SAI has claimed that "substantive deterrents" are already in place and that sexual harassment on campus is not rampant.
Don’t know why Prakash Padukone encouraged Saina Nehwal to leave my academy: Pullela Gopichand in new book
Pullela Gopichand says he had begged Saina Nehwal not leave his academy, but she was influenced by others
Hosts caught cheating: China’s orienteering team disqualified from World Military Games after using local help to win
The Chinese teams had taken the help of local spectators to place small markings and small paths prepared on the terrain that only they were aware of. The Chinese teams were even able to run the course well ahead of time.