Sindhu signs megha sponsorship deal worth £5 mn

Olympic and World Championship silver medalist P V Sindhu has signed a record sports sponsorship deal in the tune of £5 million with Chinese sports brand Li Ning

Indian team likely to travel to Pak for Davis Cup tie

India’s Davis Cup team, which has been drawn to play an away Asia-Oceania Zone Group 1 tie against Pakistan in mid-September, will in all likelihood be allowed to travel to the neighbouring nation by the Indian authorities, sources said

Visa curbs are the death of kabaddi in the UK

In a fantastically written piece in the Times of India, light is shed on how new visa curbs imposed is affecting the sports world, and the Indian community.

Birmingham County FA celebrates diversity through football initiative

The final match of the inaugural Birmingham County Football Association Community World Cup was held at St George’s Park National Football Centre

Luka Modric wins Ballon d'Or; ends Ronaldo-Messi dominance

In a historical feat, Real Madrid's Croatia midfielder Luka Modric was named winner of the 2018 Ballon d'Or, breaking Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi's decade-long hold on the prestigious award.

Visa curbs are the death of kabaddi in the UK

In a fantastically written piece in the Times of India, light is shed on how new visa curbs imposed is affecting the sports world, and the Indian community.

Spectators in the MCG's famous Bay 13 were ejected and others warned after racially motivated taunting of Indian players and spectators raised multiple complaints over the first three days of the Boxing Day Test in Melbourne

Hashim Amla struck an unbeaten half-century as South Africa brushed aside some early alarms to record a six wicket victory over Pakistan on day three of the first Test at Centurion Park last week.

New Zealand required only 14 deliveries to wipe out Sri Lanka’s tail and claim a 423-run victory in the second Test at Christchurch, by extension winning the series, and moving up the No. 3 in the Test rankings

Former Australian all-rounder, Andrew Symonds said India spinner Harbhajan Singh “broke down crying” while making peace after the infamous 'monkeygate' episode that had spent him into a downward spiral.



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