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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
featuresports2 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
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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
featuresports8 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
featuresportsa year ago

Twitter reacts as Gambhir shocks fans by sending Narine to open innings

The Twitterati lost it when Gautam Gambhir decided to replace Chris Lynn with Sunil Narine as his opening partner against KXIP. Narine proved to be an able deputy for the Aussie, grabbing the opportunity with both hands with a brilliant 37 off 18 balls.
SportsCafe Desk
featuresportsa year ago

Why picking George Bailey would've improved Australia's chances against India?

The current series between India and Australia is proving to be a nail-biting one. Teams like South Africa, New Zealand, and England have arrived in the heart of the sub-continent to muster up a grand fight, aiming perhaps against plausible logic to mow down India at home. Never an easy task.
Dev Tyagi
featuresportsa year ago

Biggest rivalries in sports history

An action movie is only as good at its antagonist. In a similar vein, it is the opponent and the challenges he throws that define the magnitude of a rivalry.
Amlan Majumdar
featuresportsa year ago

Can India replicate the American College sport system?

In America, the collegiate sports exists as a substitute to the youth system followed by the Europeans. With their own governing bodies and cash rich competitive leagues, college sports thrive on a scale almost equal to that of its professional counterpart. Will such a system work in India?
Manu S Jagan
featuresportsa year ago

Manchester United vs Liverpool: Match Preview

This rivalry needs no introduction. Fixtures don’t come bigger than this in the Premier League. Manchester United entertain Liverpool at Old Trafford on Sunday as we enter round 21 of the Premier League.
featuresportsa year ago

2016 | The Year Of The Underdog - Story No. 10

The last story of our Underdog series is dedicated to the biggest of the underdogs - all the women who were not given their deserved due but yet conquered the odds to make India proud in the year gone by. The year saw Indian women convincingly outshine the men and save us the blushes.
Faizan Qadiri