Any game is identified by its player. A similar game is Speak Tarawa. This sport is mostly played in Southeastern countries like Malaysia and Thailand. This game is not yet popular in India, but any sport is popular only when its players attract people to their performance. One such player is Geeta Basani, who is […]

हंस… हर पल इंडिया!

लोजी आ गया अप्रैल 2017 और साथ ही आ गया आईपीएल 2017, यानि मस्ती कि से भरा फटाफट क्रिकेट का 10वां संस्करण । अब लगभग डेढ़ महीने तमाम दुनिया के क्रिकेट प्रेमियों की शामें इन मैचों को खाते-पीते, हंसते-खेलते और fully enjoy करते हुए गुजरेंगी । क्रिकेट के इस सबसे छोटे फ़ारमैट में जहां हर […]

KNOW Five-star – Ashwin

Indian Off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin is a proven India’s trump card. He is currently world’s top-ranked test bowler at the moment and his 22nd five-wicket haul in only his 41st test earlier helped bring an end to some stout resistance from the tourists. His 22nd five-wicket haul has put in the company of other bowling greats […]


Palpreet Singh Brar, 22, winner of the National Finals of ACG-NBA Jump, India’s first national basketball talent search programme, was selected 12th in the fourth Round of the NBA-D-League Draft held in New York, the US. With his selection, he became the first Indian in the NBA D-league to be trained in India The towering […]


Carrying the hopes of billions of Indians, the Indian Olympic Association (IOA), has sent one of the largest ever contingents of around 120 members to participate in the worlds biggest sports carnival, the Summer Olympics in the city of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, beginning from August 4 and coming to a close on August 21.  […]

T20 Cricket Extravaganza IPL season 9 starts

(Indian Premier League IPL 9) – 2016 Schedule 011.04.2016 – KKR vs MI 012.04.2016 – pun vs DD 13.04.2016- KXIP vs Raj 14.04.2016- pun vs SRH 14.04.2016 – KKR vs RCB 15.04.2016 – DD vs Raj 15.04.2016 – MI vs KXIP 16.04.2016- RCB vs SRH 17.04.2016- Raj vs MI 18.04.2016 – KKR vs pun 19.04.2016- […]

West Indies Beats England by 4 wickets in T20 World Cup final

What a match. Till 19th over it was looking that England has won the match. But climax was yet to over. Packed stadium at Kolkata was cheering on every ball. Here came stokes, to bowl last over. West Indies needed 19 runs to win. Brathwait was to face the ball. First ball: a huge six,2nd […]


For supporters and fans of Indian football, the last several months have been a joy for all the good reasons. Leaving aside India’s performances in global tournaments and its rankings, there are portends that our football administration is taking steps to get Indian soccer inch up to global levels. First India getting the honour to […]

IPL – Corroboration of Virtue?

While the Supreme Court intervention into the sleaze surrounding the betting scandal, the imminent upheavals in the BCCI, and the uncertainty surrounding the present IPL Season is grabbing headlines today across media, that for us is grist for another windmill, and the content for another upcoming issue. However, it would not be wrong to say […]

Golf To The Fore

On a bright sunny day, urban Indians are out wearing their Sunday best. As they sip their wines and linger over the appetizers, the conversation begins, not about Sachin or Dhoni but centred on birdies, eagles and bogeys. So, along with their designer sunglasses and luxury cars, they have brought out their irons. Golf was […]

Most Followed Sport Of The World: Football

One of the biggest high for sports followers came with the news of India getting the right to host the U-17 Football World Cup in 2017. Just imagine the Football World Cup, understandable it is the U-17 world cup but that’s the stepping stone for India to produce its own Messi’s and Ronaldo’s. This is […]

Sport Of The Wizard: Hockey

The Indian Men’s Hockey team has been showing a lot of promise in the last few years but has consistently failed on the big stage. With the World Cup coming up in June 2014 in Hague, as also the Asian games and the Commonwealth games, it’s time that historical giants of world hockey deliver what […]

Gem For The Land Of Five Rivers – Kabaddi

2013 saw the 4th edition of the Kabbadi world cup being held in Punjab, India. This edition of the mega event saw India being crowned as champions for the 4th consecutive time. Kabaddi may seem to be a very rural sport but then an interesting fact is that this rural sport, played predominantly in Punjab, […]


Sports and nation are two different words but in reality sports in a country is like oxygen for humans. Sport is something that unites an entire nation, it is something that at one instance gives the high of happiness and at another the lows of disappointment, beyond anything it gives HOPE. Sport teaches the nation […]

Sachin Tendulkar What The Stars Foretell

Sachin Tendulkar is a name most of India knows and loves. Master blaster, cricket god, little master, he has been called by many names and platitudes as he coursed through the Indian cricket scene for an unbeaten career spread over decades. Now with him having decided to retire from the game, we felt it worthwhile […]

Sachin Tendulkar – Ode To A Demi – God …

Sportsmen come and sportsmen go, some are good, few get to be among the best, and then there are those who go beyond the rest. Michael Jordan, Tiger Woods, Michael Schumacher, Carl Lewis, Usain Bolt, Roger Fedrer and their ilk are some of the golden people who did not just perform extraordinary feats in their […]

Racers Narain, Karun To Reunite For Team India

Two of India’s most established racers – Narain Karthikeyan and Karun Chandhok, will represent Team India once again in the 2013 Race of Champions (ROC) to be held at Bangkok’s Rajamangala stadium on December 14-15. Making their debut in the event last year, the duo drove to the inaugural ROC Asia title. This year, Narain […]

Somdev & Bopanna Happy With Ananad

India’s No.1 singles player Somdev Dev Varman and doubles top gun Rohan Bopanna have given the latest appointee to the country’s Davis Cup squad – non-playing captain Anand Amritraj – the thumbs up. The former ace, ranked as high as No. 74 in singles and 24 in doubles in the 70s, will take over the […]