featuresportsa day ago

The Good, Bad & The Ugly ft. Ambati Rayudu, Soumya Swaminathan and Indian cricket

We’re back with our section featuring the good, bad and the ugly aspects, which sports threw up in the last one week. While the heartwarming end to the historic Test match between India and Afghanistan gave good vibes, Indian hockey’s pathetic condition also gave a timely reminder of Indian sports.
Subhayan Dutta
featuresports7 days ago

The Good, Bad & the Ugly ft. Sunil Chhetri, Rafael Nadal and Arjun Tendulkar

Yet another week and the sports world many instances to offer across all the three aspects. From Rafael Nadal’s frustratingly domineering continuity at Roland Garros, to India’s brilliant Intercontinental Cup win, to the rise of underdogs in world cricket, we bring you the good, bad and the ugly.
SportsCafe Desk
featuresports14 days ago

Sunil Chhetri takes one for the team to establish a sporting culture in the country

Remember Bhaag Milkha Bhaag? The Farhan Akhtar starrer that swept all Hindi cinema awards in 2013. The movie celebrated the life and journey of one of the most unfortunate, yet venerated, sportspersons of the country and garnered massive accolades at the box office all over the world.
Bastab K Parida
featuresports15 days ago

The Good, Bad & the Ugly ft. Afghanistan, Zinedine Zidane and Al Jazeera sting operation

This week has been an eventful one for the world of sports - starting from Al Jazeera sting operation to ICC Cricket Committee’s decision to stay with the traditional “Toss” for Test matches. Here, we are presenting you The Good, Bad & the Ugly ft for the last week and get you covered.
Bastab K Parida
featuresportsa month ago

The Good, Bad & the Ugly ft. Steve Smith, Gianluigi Buffon and Afghanistan cricket

Yet another week and sports continued to influence its lovers in all three ways- good, bad, and ugly. This week too, we look at a host of things ranging from Steve Smith’s return to playing cricket, Ireland’s encouraging loss against to Gianluigi Buffon’s retirement and Afghanistan's tragedy.
Subhayan Dutta
featuresportsa month ago

The Good, Bad and The Ugly feat. MS Dhoni, Lakshya Sen, and BCCI

In a country beaming with a population of 132.42 crores, the wide spectrum of sports always throws up instances that could influence people, in all manners - good, bad and ugly. This week was no different as it gave us instances to relish, some to avoid, while some left a bitter taste in the mouth.
Subhayan Dutta
featuresports3 months ago

IOA’s excess love for power is only bringing Indian sports downward

"To be (financially) independent is good. But in India, except for cricket, no sports body can function without grant from the government. So, we will continue to get grant from the sports ministry.”- Narendra Batra.
Bastab K Parida
featuresports4 months ago

5 Best Ways to Increase Your Lotto Winning Chances

Becoming reach is everyone's dream. It's a life-changing moment where you can finally make all your dreams come true, regardless of the price. After all, the world we're living in is a world that revolved around money, right?
Sportscafe Marketing
featuresports4 months ago

With everything said and done, can Khelo India be termed as a success?

Sports Minister Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore wasted no time in declaring his nine-day ‘Khelo India’ initiative a ‘resounding success’ as soon as it ended last week. However, the inaugural edition, though eye-catching, did have its share of lapses that restricted it from having the desired outcome.
Subhayan Dutta
featuresports10 months ago

Padmanabh Sports - Leading a sporting revolution in Gujarat

Though Gujarat, of late, has been a spectator to the sporting revolution that has taken place in India, Padmanabh Sports is making up for the lost time as they are the first ever public sector company to venture into sports. Moreover, they're backed by the Government themselves for this venture.
Rohit George