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by Arun Varma | Others | 28th Jan 2013

Why does it hurt when super achievers are suddenly shown up as super crooks using underhand methods to gain glory?

by Reuters | Others | 25th Jul 2012

Barely two days to go before the start of the London Olympics, the anti-doping agency has confirmed that athletes would be put to rigorous scrutiny during the games and those found guilty barred.

by IANS | Others | 19th Nov 2012

The Basketball Federation of India (BFI) has appointed Scott Flemming, who brings along with him over 30 years of collegiate and professional experience in the United States, as the head coach of the men's national team.

by IANS | Others | 20th Oct 2012

India's star badminton player Saina Nehwal entered the women's singles final of the Denmark Open Superseries Premier event after World No.1 Wang Yihan of China retired from the last four clash here on Saturday.

by Pitch Invasion Editorial | Others | 15th Oct 2012

What were you doing when Superman Felix jumped off from space last night? If you weren't watching, well, we are sorry to say you missed the most pulsating 10 minutes of live television you...

by Khelnama News | Others | 21st Sep 2012

A look at the history of Indian badminton, some of the greatest Indian player to have played the game and their achievements.

by Reuters | Others | 19th Jul 2012

Did you know that unlike other major international sporting events, the sponsors at the Olympic Games cannot advertise their brands around the venues? Check out some more startling facts about corporate sponsorships and issues therein

by Reuters | Others | 29th Jun 2012

After years of keeping everyone guessing, Michael Phelps has finally revealed his intentions for London, and no one should be surprised. The greatest Olympian of all time plans to swim the same eight events he contested at the last two Olympics.

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