Safety norms in motorsport is a large and complex subject. In saying so, one also needs to adopt a practical approach with a lot of common sense added to it. Accidents can happen due to driver error, faulty equipment or due to a slippery surface, writes Akbar Ebrahim.
Being out of the Olympic movement has been the biggest setback for Indian sports, but it gives us the opportunity to leap into the future, writes RVS Rathore.
We can take a lot of heart from our performance against Sunrisers Hyderabad on Sunday. While it was disappointing to have lost the game, we did a great job in defending a low score to force a tie, reports Chris Gayle.
Indian tennis is in the news for the wrong reasons. This saddens me greatly. While we should be focused on tournaments and players, we are caught up in a vortex of one-upmanship between players and administrators, and the inter-administrator tussle.
Things continue to stay murky in Indian tennis. While the national federation came out with a media release on Friday which reflected a significant comedown with the body conceding the demand of a six-member team, choice of physiotherapist and business class travel for all four playing members, the players claimed that this was all talk.
Winning the Spanish league title was a mammoth achievement, precisely because the towering obstacles Ronaldo and his Madrid teammates overcame to do that were Messi and Barcelona, arguably the greatest player and the greatest club team, respectively, that football has ever seen.
The half-baked response to the player demands sent out by the All India Tennis Association on Sunday has not had the conciliatory effect it was meant to. Instead, it has further angered the eight who have scaled up the degree of their revolt.
In what could be a 'last-ditch effort' to bail out 50-over cricket, the ICC has introduced yet another set of rules to liven up the otherwise dull proceedings, writes Aakash Chopra.
The 150th birth anniversary of the modern Games’ founder is the apt occasion to acknowledge his contributions, Jacques Rogge writes.
Children eager to take up badminton should remember that hard work can get you anywhere. My aim in 2013? Win as many tournaments as possible! Saina Nehwal writes.
The recent suspension of the Indian Olympic Association (IOA) by the International Olympic Committee (IOC) is the worst thing that could have happened to Indian sport. Yasin Merchant writes. Yasin says | Administrators with sporting angle
As the parent body for Olympic sport in the country, the IOA should be a model organisation, setting the highest standards of governance for other bodies to derive strength from, writes Abhinav Bindra
Indian archery has come a long way since I won my first gold in the Nationals as a sub-junior more than two decades back; Dola Banerjee writes.
Instead of skulking back to individual race weekends, the FMSCI must insist on more racing carnivals; Sukhwant Basra writes.
I have always wondered in my 17 years of sporting career as to what role the Indian Olympic Association (IOA) has played in the development of sport in the country, apart from forwarding the entries of athletes for major competitions. Abhinav Bindra writes.