Gujarat Titans knocked out

Gujarat Titans were on Monday knocked out of the IPL 2024 after their penultimate match against table-toppers Kolkata Knight Riders was called off because of persistent rain at the Narendra Modi Stadium on Monday.

India's 17-year-old Gukesh wins candidates chess tournament

India's 17-year-old Grandmaster D Gukesh scripted history by winning the Candidates Chess Tournament to become the youngest ever challenger to the world title, bettering a record created by the legendary Garry Kasparov 40 years ago.

Adam Azim clinches European light-welterweight title

Adam Azim clinched the European light-welterweight title, halting Franck Petitjean in the tenth round in Wolverhampton. The 21-year-old Briton delivered a dominant performance, flooring the defending champion with a body shot in the fifth. Petitjean,...

Asian Sports Foundation’s strategy launched to get more Asians into sports

Asian Sports Foundation’s (ASF) Strategy ‘Active Lives, Healthy Futures’ was launched at City Hall London on 18th September 2023. The strategy is to focus on improving the health of the Asian community living in England. Among the attendees...

One in a Billion

In an inspirational journey defying the odds, professional boxer and promoter Tony Bange, alongside the first and only Indian professional boxing world champion, Prince Patel, has carved a unique path in the sports world. Faced with the challenge...

Advani wins World Billiards Championship for his 26th world title

Indian cueist Pankaj Advani rallied to win the IBSF World Billiards Championship title for a staggering 26th world title, beating compatriot Sourav Kothari in the final at Doha. Trailing 26-180 in the first hour, Advani rallied to defeat the...

Copparam Shreyas Hareesh, a 13-year-old prodigy from Bengaluru, succumbed to injuries that he had suffered following a crash in the third round of the MRF MMSC FMSCI Indian National Motorcycle Racing Championship at the Madras International...

Tilak Varma struck his first international half-century, but it was not enough to prevent India from slipping to a dramatic two-wicket defeat in the second T20I against West Indies in Guyana. After winning the toss and choosing to bat first,...

The Indian team's choice to rest captain Rohit Sharma and star batsman Virat Kohli backfired miserably as none of the World Cup contenders were able to handle the West Indies' pace, bounce, and spin, achieving a pitiful 180 in 40. 5 overs in...



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