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Jwala Gutta eyes double delight in London

Jwala Gutta eyes double delight in London

Jwala Gutta thinks it may take India 100 years to emulate China’s sporting success but the badminton doubles specialist hopes to bring her country a step closer to that goal…

London Olympics: Will it be India’s best show ever?

London Olympics: Will it be India’s best show ever?

India’s transformation from a laggard to a nation waking up to its sporting potential would be put to test when the biggest-ever contingent of 81 athletes sets out to prove…

Shooting ace Bindra, archers and lifters enter Olympic Village

Shooting ace Bindra, archers and lifters enter Olympic Village

Beijing Olympic gold medallist Abhinav Bindra was the first Indian shooter to enter the London Olympic Games Village along with the 10-member archery squad and a four-member weight lifting squad,…

5th ODI: Five star Narine sees West Indies to win over Kiwis

5th ODI: Five star Narine sees West Indies to win over Kiwis

A superb bowling performance by Sunil Narine saw hosts West Indies to a 20 run win over New Zealand here on Monday in their fifth and final one day international.…

Olympic athletes set to undergo most advanced anti-doping tests

Olympic athletes set to undergo most advanced anti-doping tests

Half of all the athletes competing at the London Olympics will be tested for drugs, which is being billed as the biggest anti-dopingprocedure in the history of the Games.  According to Express. co.uk, 150 scientists will…

I was nervous and anxious on my return: Junaid Khan

I was nervous and anxious on my return: Junaid Khan

Pakistani left-arm fast-bowler Junaid Khan, who made a comeback in the Test series against Sri Lanka, said he was gripped by nervousness and anxiety on his return. “A lot of people started discussing my…

Pakistan to tour India in December: BCCI

Pakistan to tour India in December: BCCI

The Board of control for cricket in India (BCCI) has confirmed that Pakistan will tour India later this year. This means that the bi-lateral ties between the two nations will…

London Olympics: Not much expected of lone Indian swimmer

London Olympics: Not much expected of lone Indian swimmer

Indian swimmers have never quite made a splash at the Olympics and it is not expected to be any different even in London when the country’s lone entry Gagan AP…

Nandini Parmar wins bronze in Asian Karate C’ship

Nandini Parmar wins bronze in Asian Karate C’ship

Nandini Parmar has become the first Indian to win a medal at the Asian Karate Championships, bagging a bronze in the junior category of the event in Tashkent, Uzbekistan. “For…

It was a joy to pad up against Lee: Sachin

It was a joy to pad up against Lee: Sachin

Their on-field face-offs were among the most exhilarating sights in international cricket and as Australian speedster Brett Lee drew curtains on his injury-ravaged career, senior Indian batsman Sachin Tendulkar paid…