Social distancing tops menu on Deepika Kumari-Atanu Das’ wedding day

Covers, sanitisers and severe social separating measures would be set up when top Indian toxophilite Deepika Kumari and Atanu Das get married at Morabadi in Ranchi on Tuesday. Getting hitched in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic to utilize the “spare time”, the couple’s greeting cards convey little notes that demand the visitors to hold…Continue reading Social distancing tops menu on Deepika Kumari-Atanu Das’ wedding day

BAI plan training camp in Hyderabad from July 1, PV Sindhu likely to hit the courts

Top Indian shuttlers, including best on the planet P V Sindhu, will have the option to hit the courts from July 1 if the Telangana government permits the Badminton Association of India (BAI) to sort out a national camp in Hyderabad. While a lot of Indian players have begun rehearsing at the Prakash Padukone Badminton…Continue reading BAI plan training camp in Hyderabad from July 1, PV Sindhu likely to hit the courts

Sports Ministry withdraws provisional recognition of 54 NSFs after HC order

The Sports Ministry on Thursday pulled back temporary yearly acknowledgment allowed to 54 National Sports Federations (NSFs) on the bearings of the Delhi High Court, which requested that it keep up business as usual till further requests. The court on Wednesday saw that the service didn’t agree to its February 7 request and took the…Continue reading Sports Ministry withdraws provisional recognition of 54 NSFs after HC order

NBA star Nikola Jokic tests positive for coronavirus days after meeting Novak Djokovic

Top pick forward Nikola Jokic of the Denver Nuggets has tried constructive for the coronavirus and is isolating in his local Serbia, as per an individual with information on the circumstance. Jokic is relied upon to come back to Denver some time before the group leaves for the Disney complex for the restart of the…Continue reading NBA star Nikola Jokic tests positive for coronavirus days after meeting Novak Djokovic

Read motivational books to stay afloat mentally during COVID-19 confinement at SAI centre: PR Sreejesh

The constrainment hasn’t finished despite the fact that he is back home from one yet observed Indian hockey goalkeeper P R Sreejesh isn’t grumbling as, at any rate, there are no psychological evil presences to battle. The double cross Olympian said the over two-month long remain at the Sports Authority of India’s south place in…Continue reading Read motivational books to stay afloat mentally during COVID-19 confinement at SAI centre: PR Sreejesh

Cancer-stricken India shooter Pournima Zanane dies at 42, fraternity mourns

Malignancy stricken previous India shooter Pournima Zanane has passed on matured 42, inciting the nation’s shooting club, including Olympic hero Abhinav Bindra, to grieve the less than ideal demise. An International Shooting Sport Federation-authorized mentor, Zanane had been experiencing malignancy for as far back as two years and furthermore experienced broad treatment for the equivalent.…Continue reading Cancer-stricken India shooter Pournima Zanane dies at 42, fraternity mourns

Pullela Gopichand recommends HS Prannoy for Arjuna Award

Indian shuttler H S Prannoy has been suggested for the Arjuna grant by boss national badminton trainer Pullela Gopichand after the Badminton Association of India disregarded him for a second progressive year because of disciplinary issues. On June 2, BAI had suggested Satwiksairaj Rankireddy, Chirag Shetty and Sameer Verma for Arjuna grant, forgetting about Prannoy…Continue reading Pullela Gopichand recommends HS Prannoy for Arjuna Award

PV Sindhu, Vinesh Phogat to be part of IOC’s Olympic Day celebrations

Olympic silver medallist and badminton World Champion P.V. Sindhu and Asian Games gold award winning grappler Vinesh Phogat will be a piece of the International Olympic Committee’s (IOC) Olympic Day festivities on June 23. While Vinesh is highlighting in a recorded aggregation exercise video including 23 distinct Olympians from around the globe, Sindhu will play…Continue reading PV Sindhu, Vinesh Phogat to be part of IOC’s Olympic Day celebrations

BAI recommends Kidambi Srikanth for Khel Ratna after apology, HS Prannoy show-caused for his outburst

The Badminton Association of India (BAI) on Friday suggested Kidambi Srikanth for the Khel Ratna grant after the top Indian shuttler apologized for pulling out of a competition halfway and show-caused his colleague H S Prannoy for pummeling the alliance after not being named for the Arjuna respect. Both Srikanth and Prannoy had not played…Continue reading BAI recommends Kidambi Srikanth for Khel Ratna after apology, HS Prannoy show-caused for his outburst

Mittal again writes to IOC Ethics Commission, accuses Batra of reinstating tainted Bhanot

Proceeding with his battle against Narinder Batra, IOA VP Sudhanshu Mittal has kept in touch with International Olympic Committee’s Ethics Commission executive Ban Ki-moon, blaming the IOA President for “illicitly” reestablishing the “corrupted” Lalit Bhanot into the national body. Mittal asserted that following being chosen as IOA president, Batra restored Bhanot in different limits in…Continue reading Mittal again writes to IOC Ethics Commission, accuses Batra of reinstating tainted Bhanot