Dilip Vengsarkar Indian coaches for IPL

The outspoken former India batsman, captain and chairman of selectors Dilip Vengsarkar has come out against IPL franchises taking the option of selecting coaches for their teams from outside India. Vengsarkar is advocating the idea that more IPL franchises should go for Indian coaches rather than opting for foreign stars.Read More →

Rohit Sharma - Khel Ratna 2020

India confers top National Sports Awards 2020 On Saturday, 29 August India’s top national Sports Awards ceremony was organized – virtually of course in this new normal and the outstanding and deserving sports persons were conferred with Khel Ratna and other sports awards. The award winners were connected virtually toRead More →

IPL 2020 in COVID-19 quandary

IPL 2020 start as announced may be in peril. The current COVID-19 pandemic is grabbing all it can to disrupt lives wherever it can, leaving nothing to chance. With India now recording more than 75000 fresh cases of the virus in a day, the decision to host IPL 2020 inRead More →

Monty Panesar MS Dhoni Hindi

Monty Panesar, the English spinner who tormented many a batsmen when he played for England has revealed how he tricked the Indian captain MS Dhoni – many times by pretending to not understand Hindi, while he speaks and understands Hindi and Punjabi quite well. Although not playing now for EnglandRead More →

Lisa Sthalekar ICC Hall of Fame

The Indian born former Australian Women’s Cricket captain Lisa Sthalekar, has become the 27th Australian to be inducted into the International Cricket Council’s (ICC’s) Hall of Fame. She is 1 of the 3 inductees alongside Zaheer Abbas and Jacques Kallis for the year 2020. That Lisa Sthalekar would follow theRead More →

India series Kohli and Paine

In this COVID-19 world, when life is in lockdown, news of any sport happening is good. And when it is India Test series against Australia, it brings smiles on faces of millions of fans both of India and Australia. Yes, earlier Cricket Australia announced the  4 Test match series withRead More →

FIFA Women's World Cup

The Australian Institute of Sport (AIS) and Sport Australia believe the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup will have an enormously positive impact on football and broader sport at all levels, welcoming today’s announcement that Australia and New Zealand will co-host the prestigious tournament. AIS CEO Peter Conde congratulated Football FederationRead More →

1983 world cup win

Balwinder Sandhu, a medium pacer for India was playing at No. 11.  Playing at Lord’s in England, in the 1983 World Cup final, the stakes were high for both India and West Indies. Malcolm Marshall bowled a bouncer and hit him flush on the flap of his helmet. Although thRead More →