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03, Jan 2017, by : Abhishek Purohit

Indian badminton this year saw P.V. Sindhu coming out of the shadow of her illustrious Hyderabadi city rival Saina Nehwal, who was blighted by multiple injuries that marred the second half of her season.Read News

02, Jan 2017, by : Nivedita can

They faced opposition from the community when they started wrestling and yet went on to win gold medals for the country. Now, with "Dangal" bringing alive their journey to success, Geeta and Babita Phogat hope that such movies will motivate many Indians to push their daughters into sports.Read News

28, Dec 2016, by : Debayan Mukherjee

Bengaluru FC provided the sparks, while the national men's team advanced in rankings despite an overall tepid show during 2016 - a crucial year for Indian soccer that saw the authorities busy preparing facilities for the first-ever Under-17 World Cup on home soil.Read News

28, Dec 2016, by : Tridib Baparnash

It has been a year of fireworks for Indian cricket. The players have unfurled stupendous performances to close the year as the top ranked Test team, while off the field, the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) top brass have been at the receiving end of the Supreme Court's ire for defying the Justice R.M. Lodha Committee's recommendations.Read News

17, Dec 2016, by : FnF Desk

Notwithstanding the heartbreak at the Rio Olympics, Indian paddlers put up a good show in 2016 as they scaled new heights and scripted success stories in various parts of the globe to make it a good year for the sport in the country.Read News

15, Nov 2016, by : FnF Desk

Indian sport will flourish only when the athletes start making a living out of it. Cricket has shown the way with the highly popular Indian Premier League (IPL) and others have quickly followed to make India the hub of global pro leagues.Read News

22, Oct 2016, by : FnF Desk

Soon, the Indian cricket board might cry before the Supreme Court in a filmi style that "tareekh pe tareekh, tareekh pe tareekh, tareekh pe tareekh milti gayi My Lord, per insaaf nahi mila! -- got date after date, date after date, date after date, My Lord, but no justice. Read News

19, Oct 2016, by : FnF Desk

A slight tweaking of the national chess championship rules, increasing the prize money, engaging foreign coaches, corporate sponsorships and glamourising the game could transform the Indian chess scenario, experts say.Read News

25, Aug 2016, by : Mohammed Shafeeq

Basking in Olympic glory, star shuttler Pusarla Venkata Sindhu has now set her eyes on the World Superseries, the only trophy missing from her cabinet, while becoming the World No.1 remains her ultimate goal. Read News

23, Aug 2016, by : Saumya Tewari

Women saved the day for India at Rio, and their growing presence was reflected in the 54 female Indian athletes -- the largest number ever -- at an Olympiad.Read News

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