The Indian think tank is eyeing the trophy at the Hero Hockey Junior World Cup, beginning at the National Stadium from today, saying that it will usher in a new era.
The game between the San Antonio Spurs and Minnesota Timberwolves was postponed on Wednesday night because of smoky conditions inside the Mexico City arena.
Sports Minister Jitendra Singh said on Tuesday that the government was mulling over conferring the Bharat Ratna on hockey wizard Dhyan Chand for his contribution to the game and sports in the country.
Indian shuttler PV Sindhu won the women's singles title at the $120,000 Macau Open Grand Prix Gold by defeating Canada's seventh seed Li Michelle in the final in Macau today.
Sixteen young Pakistani women will make history this weekend as they compete in the kabaddi World Cup. Pakistan is sending a women’s team to the November 30-December 14 World Cup in India.
With the fourth edition of the Kabaddi World Cup, the popularity of the rural sport has touched new heights in places as far-off as Canada and New Zealand and as unlikely as Sierra Leone and Mexico.
From the rear-view mirror to the state-of-the-art transmission, racing technology has influenced production of cars. Motorsport plays a crucial role when it comes to research and development of the tyres you buy.
The official website of the fully-electric single-seater racing car series, scheduled to start in September next, lists Mahindra Racing as the "eighth and only Indian team to race in Formula E".
India opened their medal account in the Commonwealth Weightlifting Championships at Penang, Malaysia with Deepak Lather bagging a gold and two silver in the boys’ 50kg youth section.
Newly-crowned world chess champion Magnus Carlsen on Monday took home a prize money of Rs.
9.90 crore after he beat India's Viswanathan Anand in a keenly watched contest that spanned over 10 days.
Red Bull’s Sebastian Vettel won the Brazilian Grand Prix on Sunday to chalk up a record ninth victory in a row, and 13th of the Formula One season.
“End of an era,” tweeted Nigel Short soon after the ninth game between Magnus Carlsen and Viswanathan Anand. A pessimistic, negative view, I thought. This was more a return to the golden era of chess.
From July to now barring a brief break, van Reem and leader of the delegation Hans Walter Schmitt have been part of Anand’s preparations for a sixth world title. It’s a journey that started in Bad Soden.
Few would show the kind of grace in victory that Viswanathan Anand did in his biggest hour of sporting grief. Anand accepted he was second-best, apologised to fans but did it with the kind of dignity that made the rousing applause from the media every bit deserving.
Winning the world title was easier than getting to his personal elevator. Or so it seemed for Magnus Carlsen. As he left the dais, he was caught in a phalanx of cameras and people that our cricketers are perhaps used to but the Norwegian phenomenon certainly wasn’t.