A German Coach Crossing Hurdles to Take Hockey to Rural India
German hockey enthusiast Andrea Thumshirn faces myriad hurdles in her quest to train Indian rural children in the sport.
Indian Football League to Have More Foreign Players
With the new rules in place, it remains to be seen how the domestic football scenario in India would play out.
Meet the Indian Origin Athletes Abroad
Indian-origin sports-persons who are a force to reckon with in their nations, and well on their way to global popularity.
FIFA U-17 World Cup: Second NRI Recruit on Indian Squad
Six feet five inch tall goalkeeper was scouted through All India Football Federation’s online portal.
Playing for ‘Our Own,’ Afghan Cricket Stars Return Home as Heroes
Cricket has had a remarkable rise in Afghanistan, after its first team was born, more than a decade ago, by players returning home from the dusty parks of a refugee camp in Pakistan.
Polo Ball Makers of Deulpur
Ranjit Mal takes pride in calling himself the last man on earth who can shape polo balls from a bamboo strip.
Back From Exile
Pakistan’s cricket push lures advertisers.
A League of Their Own
"At one stage, we had 11 Patels playing for us in local tournaments and that is when we branched out."
ESPN, Sponsors Look to Score on Messi Mania
Sports broadcaster ESPN STAR Sports is looking to ride the Lionel Messi mania with top corporates Hindustan Unilever, Bharti Airtel and Maruti Suzuki lining up as on-air sponsors for the international friendly between Argentina and Venezuela to be pl
Outrage Over Nasser Hussain's Donkey Shocker
The BCCI on Friday took strong objection to former England captain Nasser Hussain's comparison of Indian cricketers to 'donkeys', saying the comment was totally uncalled for.