Single Kids More Likely Be Obese
Since families with multiple children tend to make more healthy eating decisions, finds a study
PM Launches Fit India Movement
IT'S 0% investment with 100% returns, says Modi
Kotak, Mhambrey Replace Dravid As India A, U-19 Head Coaches
Former Saurashtra captain Sitanshu Kotak and ex-India seamer Paras Mhambrey have replaced Rahul Dravid as head coaches of India A and U-19 sides respectively following a reshuffle in the support staff for juniors.
Focus On Pant As India Eye Another Clean Sweep
Having won first Test by 318 runs, India are runaway favourites going into second and final match at Sabina Park against a team that neither showed resolve nor aptitude required to put up a sustained fight in five-day cricket
Dhoni Not Included, Fit-Again Hardik Back In Squad For T20 Series
Mahendra Singh Dhoni did not figure in the Indian team for the upcoming three-match T20 series against South Africa while Hardik Pandya returned as the only change in the 15member squad Dhoni, who had taken a two-month sabbatical from the sport, is currently vacationing in the United States, having served the Territorial Army for 15 days.
Deepa Malik Basks In Khel Ratna Glory, Bajrang Misses Ceremony
Malik became only the second para-athlete after double Paralympic gold-medallist javelin thrower Devendra Jhajharia, who received recognition in 2017, to have won prestigious award. At 49, she also became oldest athlete ever to have claimed the honour QUOTE OF MALIK I am very happy. This whole journey has been more about changing the attitude of people towards disability and hidden potential in people with disability, Malik said
Gopichand Worried About Indian Badminton's Future
India might be celebrating a world champion in P V Sindhu right now but national badminton coach Pullela Gopichand feels there are reasons to be worried about the future as the country has not “invested enough in coaches”.
Going Down The Memory Lane
Indian football, yesteryears Blue Tigers to mere cats of this beautiful game.
Game For Raising The Bar Of, For And By The People
India’s sportspersons are not only wanting to excel but also showing a deep desire to win.
Ashes: Starc Could Have Reined In On Stokes, Feels Ponting
Former Australia captain Ricky Ponting feels left-arm pacer Mitchell Starc could have had an impact if he bowled against Ben Stokes during England’s improbable win in the third Ashes Test at Headingley.
A League Of Their Own
With the brightest of palette of talent emerging in broadest spectrum of games, Indian sports canvas is changing colours, for good.
Vicky Won't Take The Win For Granted
Vicky Kaushal said winning the National Award is a “beautiful feeling”, one which is both humbling and a reminder for him to keep doing good work.
Nagal Loses, But Not Without Making Federer Sweat
In much-anticipated clash, 22-year old from Jhajjar lost 4-6 6-1 6-2 6-4 after giving a glimpse of his talent at Arthur Ashe Stadium on Monday night . Nagal became only fourth Indian to win a set in main draw of a Grand Slam in last 20 years. What made it special was that it came against Federer, a colossal figure with 20 Grand Slams to his credit
Kohli Maintains Lead, Bumrah Enters Top 10
India captain Virat Kohli maintained his slender six-point lead over Steve Smith while speedster Jasprit Bumrah made his maiden entry into the top10 of the latest ICC Test rankings released on Tuesday.
Jio Beats Airtel, Voda Idea To Be Top Telecom Revenue Earner
Mukesh Ambani-led Reliance Jio pipped Bharti Airtel and Vodafone Idea in April-June as top revenue earner from telecom services at Rs 10,900 crore within three years of commencing commercial operations, according to the latest financial data released by telecom regulator Trai.
J&K: Schools To Reopen Today In Areas Without Restrictions
High schools in the Kashmir Valley will reopen from Wednesday in areas where restrictions have been lifted, officials said on Tuesday.
This Is My Answer To Critics: Sindhu
P V Sindhu says she felt “angry and sad” after being criticised for not finishing on top in the last two World Championship finals and the gold medal in the just-concluded edition is her answer to all the critics who questioned her.
Restless Leg Syndrome Linked To Suicide Risk
Higher risk of suicide and self-harm seen in people with restless leg syndrome
Parle Denies Job Loss Reports
Leading biscuit maker Parle Products on Monday denied reports of 10,000 job losses due to slowing economic growth, falling demand and consequent production cuts.
Need To Improve In Certain Areas But Team On Right Track: Rani
India’s invincible run in the Olympic Test event has boosted the confidence of the women’s hockey team but there are still areas where it needs to put in the hard yards ahead of the FIH Olympic Qualifiers, said skipper Rani Rampal.
Kohli's Veiled Reply To Gavaskar On Playing XI
‘There will be opinions but we do keep best interests of team’
Kiwis Thrash Sri Lanka To Level Series - Black Caps Win Match In Last Session Thriller
New Zealand held their nerve to clinch a hard-fought and comprehensive victory against Sri Lanka in fading light in the second Test Monday and level the two-match series 1-1.
Detergent Found In Khajuraho Brand Milk
First such case in state capitalFDA collects samples from dairy outletsFIR lodged against owner of RajhansDairy product Ish Arora