PV Sindhu moved to Gachibowli Stadium from her long-time mentor's academy. Media speculated a rift between her and national chief coach Gopichand
India will compete in women's singles, men's singles and men's doubles events. India have won two Olympic medals in badminton so far
Gopichand pulled out to create space for Indonesian Santosa, who trains B Sai Praneeth, after IOA cleared only 5-member support staff
Pullela Gopichand said he can see many 'great starting points' in the sporting eco-system in India and a big haul of medals in the Tokyo Olympics
Apart from Gopichand the three foreign coaches are Agus Dwi Santoso (Indonesia), Park Tae Sang (Korea) and Mathias Boe (Denmark)
Chirag Shetty and Satwiksairaj Rankireddy have already started training at Gachibowli Stadium, which is similar to Tokyo's badminton venue
Gopichand was Sindhu's coach when she won the 2016 Rio Olympics. Sindhu now trains with South Korean coach Park Tae Sang
Speaking at the virtual inauguration of the High-Performance Coach Education Programme, Pullela Gopichand highlighted the role of a coaches in Indian sports
PV SIndhu's father alleged that her world champion daughter was not getting enough attention in Pullela Gopichand's badminton academy in Hyderabad
On June 2, BAI had recommended Satwiksairaj Rankireddy, Chirag Shetty and Sameer Verma for Arjuna award, leaving out Prannoy which prompted the shuttler to express his displeasure
The BWF last week announced new dates of the tournaments on their roster after the initial calendar was shredded due to coronavirus pandemic
The coronavirus outbreak, which has caused close to 3 lakh deaths worldwide, forced the Badminton World Federation (BWF) to suspend all events, including the Olympic qualifiers, till end of July
Pullela Gopichand highlights physical literacy to tide tough times of COVID-19 during an ELMS Sports Foundation webinar
Reflecting on his own life as a player and then as a coach, Pullela Gopichand said that for him success no longer is about winning, but to reach one's full potential
From Mary Kom to Jeje, Virender Sehwag to Pullela Gopichand, leading sports celebrities urge Indians to resolutely fight the COVID-19
The COVID-19 pandemic, which has killed more than 120 people in India and over 80,000 globally, has brought the whole world into a standstill as countries went into lockdown
Credited for changing the face of badminton in India, Pullela Gopichand shaped the careers of Saina Nehwal, PV Sindhu, Kidambi Srikanth, etc, helping them become not only world beaters but also ambassadors of Olympic sports
Regarded as one of the poster girls of Indian sports, Saina Nehwal is the latest high-profile personality to join BJP
Devotees wait in queues outside the Sri Krishna Janambhoomi temple in Mathura. Security has been tightened in Mathura after Akhil Bharat Hindu Mahasabha announced its plan to perform ‘jalabhishek’ at Shahi Eidgah in...PTI Photo
Vice President M Venkaiah Naidu speaks at the release of the book ‘Public Service Ethics – A Quest for Naitik Bharat’ by Prabhat Kumar at Upa-Rashtrapati Nivas in New Delhi.PTI Photo
A man rides motorcycle on a road during a cold winter morning, on the outskirts of Amritsar.PTI Photo
Akhada Parishad seers felicitate Uttarakhand CM Pushkar Singh Dhami in Haridwar.PTI Photo
Punjab Congress President Navjot Singh Sidhu talks to the media as he joins guest teachers' protest near Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal's residence, in New Delhi.PTI Photo/Ravi Choudhary
Young, brash and little-known artistes are using hip-hop as an outlet to speak up and speak out.
Aamir Shaikh aka Shaikhspeare traces talks about the genre that uses music as a means to dissent.
Family from UP village forced to run around to complete post-death official paperwork and even last rites.
While everyone is going gaga over actress Katrina Kaif in the revamped version of 'Tip Tip Barsa Pani', the replacement of Raveena Tandon does point towards the problem of sexism and ageism in the Indian film industry
Australia winning the T20 World Cup for the first time has been timely as they host the next edition at their own backyard in 2022.
As per the Observer Research Foundation, close to 250 million children in India were adversely affected due to school closures due to the early lockdowns imposed by the government in response to Covid-19.
India's cricket administrators showed more drive to boost BCCI's coffers rather than take care of players' welfare during pandemic times.