newsfootballa month ago

ISL | Kerala Blasters FC announce the signing of French defender Cyril Kali

Kerala Blasters took to Twitter recently to announce their latest signing for the upcoming season of the Indian Super League in the form of 34-year old French Defender, Cyril Kali. Kali, a 34-year old centre-half who has spent most of his career in Greece, joins from Greek club - Apollon Pontou.
SportsCafe Desk
newsathletics2 months ago

Asian Games 2018 | Our athletes will do better and win more medals this time, says AFI president

AFI President Adille Sumariwalla seemed confident as he stated that the Indian will secure more medals in track and field events in the upcoming Asian Games than the last edition in 2014. Sumariwalla also added that he urged athletes to say no to any form of drugs ahead of selections.
SportsCafe Desk
reporttabletennis4 months ago

CWG 2018 | Indian men’s table tennis team win gold in team event

The Indian men’s table tennis team followed the footsteps of the women’s team as they helped India clinch its ninth gold medal of this CWG 2018. India won 3-0 against Nigeria as Sharath Achanta, and Sathiyan Gnanasekaran won their singles games while Harmeet Desai and Sathiyan won the doubles match.
SportsCafe Desk
featurekabaddi8 months ago

How To remain fit and build stamina for Kabaddi

Playing sports is a great way for anyone to stay fit. The Pro Kabaddi league has created a huge impact on people across India and resulted in Kabaddi becoming a household name and not just a game that children used to play. It is a serious career now and offers a lot of opportunities.
Deepak Hooda
featurefootball9 months ago

Will Fifa Under 17 World Cup Be Helpful?

India hosted the 17th edition of the FIFA under-17 World Cup and it was a roaring success. Thanks to the response India have now bid to host the 2019 U-19 World Cup. But has the hosting of FIFA's junior World Cup editions going to help us become a talented footballing nation in the future?
Ankush Pandit
featurechessa year ago

The changing landscape of Chess in India

Chess originated in India and yet for a major part of its history, Europe has been the power centre of the game. But this seems to be changing now with young Indians picking up the game at a very young age.
Akhilesh Singh
featurecricketa year ago

Just how much did Sachin mean to us?

The aspiration for success is the single most natural thing in the world. It is not a trait unique to human beings alone; it is the very fundament upon which nature exists. It is what gives rise to evolution and results in life as we know it.
Sarath Chandra
featurecricketa year ago

The Basil Thampi story- of yorkers, Kerala & Tinu Yohannan

Match number twenty of the IPL 2017. Thirteen overs into the match, RCB are cruising with 122 for no loss and the "Universe boss" Chris Gayle is batting on 77 at a strike rate of a tad over 200. Nobody wants to bowl now. Nobody but Gujarat Lions’ Basil Thampi.
Babasish Nanda
newscricketa year ago

Twitter reacts to another umpiring howler and KKR's win over SRH

KKR choked SRH with their spin bowling but it was the individuals who grabbed the attention. From Narine to Dhawan, from Bhuvi to Rashid, and Uthappa to Shastri - all had their moments today and the Twitterati didn't miss the chance to troll everyone. Here are the best tweets from the KKR-SRH game!
SportsCafe Desk
featurecricketa year ago

Ajinkya Rahane and the art of controlled aggression

Ajinkya Rahane’s belligerent 60 runs off 34 balls at a staggering strike rate of 176.47 helped Rising Pune Supergiant register their first IPL win of the season. His stroke-full innings was just synonymous to the way Rahane channels his aggression- a craft that he learned early in his childhood.
Babasish Nanda