In Dreams of a Billion: India And The Olympic Games, a book authored by historian Boria Majumdar and journalist Nalin Mehta, Pullela Gopichand has for the first time reacted on Saina Nehwal deserting his academy for Prakash Padukone's after the 2014 World Badminton Championships in Denmark
In the 100th year of India's participation in the Olympics, the Indian Olympic Association in association with JSW Group, will showcase the nation's heritage and economic might through a India House in Tokyo
Yohan Blake, the youngest ever world 100 metres champion, blames coach Glen Mills for not letting him challenge Usain Bolt enough number of times. Was Bolt scared of losing to Blake, his training partner?
Virender Sehwag retired from international cricket in 2015. Except for being denied a farewell match, Sehwag has no regrets in life. His endeavour to remain an entertainer and a good human being remains as high as ever
Sourav Ganguly didn't deny a BJP hand in his coronation as the president of the Board of Control for Cricket in India. Indian cricket elections have always had a strong link with political forces, he told Outlook in an exclusive chat
More than a dozen footballers in India's Olympic teams of the Fifties came from Hyderabad. The city now has a team in the ISL but yesteryear superstars like Rahim Sahab, Balaram, Habib and Nayeemuddin are completely forgotten
The 2019 World Transplant Games was a watershed in the history of Indian sports. Fourteen athletes, either an organ donor or recipient, and their unique manager, with two successful heart transplants, flew the tricolour in UK