Football for Blind Suffers due to Lack of Funds

Special football for blind people costs around Rs. 3,000 and normal football costs Rs. 250. By Aiswarya Sriram Bangalore, April 12, 2019. Indian Blind Football Federation has organized the fourth edition of the National Blind Football Tournament. A total of 18 matches will be held in Bangalore’s Bullring Fever Pitch Yeshwantpur Stadium. In the tournament, 16 […]

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Addicted!

The Indian Premier League in the country started with a bang, and with that, Bengaluru also saw a 20 percent increase in the gambling cases in the city. By Manasi Pawar Bengaluru, April 9, 2019 Cricket gambling is on the rise. K.N. Kumar, Assistant Commissioner of Police said, “Gambling cases are increasing because people don’t […]

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Uncertain Future for Motor Sports in India

The Indian motorsport community needs immediate support to thrive. Else, its future is uncertain. India has excelled in sports over the years. The country has made a name for itself in the field of cricket, hockey, etc. India has also performed well in the Olympic Games, bringing in several medals. However, when it comes to […]

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Bengaluru Football Club Wants More Soccer Schools

Recently crowned Indian Super League’s (ISL) champions Bengaluru Football Club (BFC) are planning to expand their current base of 15 soccer schools. By Rudrankar Raha Bangalore, March 28, 2019 “Our residential academy is at Bellandur. We started out with four soccer schools and now we have 15 centers and are planning to come up with […]

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Sports in India Still has a Long way to go

“The importance of a public-private ownership pattern is necessary to further boost the sports industry in India”, say experts. The talk at the inaugural session of Pillai Group’s Executive Sports Management course brought out many issues in sports that are yet to be addressed.  In association with the Fédération Internationale de Football Association (FIFA) and […]

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High Hopes From CS Santosh and Aravind KP at the Race.

Two of the most experienced racers from India are racing for the Dakar rally 2019, being held in Lima, Peru, now. By Rohit Chatterjee Bangalore, Jan. 17, 2019: CS Santosh from the Hero Motocorp and Aravind KP of TVS are currently in South America, taking part in the most grueling rally in the world, the Dakar […]

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Lack of Infrastructure, a Problem for Karnataka Athletes

Bengaluru, with a huge population, has only one stadium available to athletes. The Karnataka State Athletic Association has not been able to provide players who can compete at an international level. Bengaluru, Nov. 22, 2018 By Rohit Chatterjee Bengaluru, with a huge population, has only one stadium available to athletes. The Karnataka State Athletic Association […]

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