Noida Cricket Tournaments begin; Players Overjoyed

Noida’s three major cricket tournaments that were postponed have started in October 2020 to the relief of players and coaches.   Noida: Noida’s three major cricket tournaments that happen in Noida Stadium, SN Dubey Memorial, Delhi NCR league and Satya Paul League have begun recently. The matches that usually happen in June-July were postponed due to […]

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BFC’s U-11 heads to training without headaches

Heading not a crucial part of training for children under 15, says head coach of BFC youth academy. Ritam Chatterjee In the wake of countries banning children under 11 years of age from practicing heading, keeping in view the adverse health impacts, Bengaluru Football Club (BFC) is keen on staying intact in their strategy for […]

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Bengalurians fly high in ‘Fit India Movement’

The founder of the ‘Indian Runner’ confirmed 98 out of 500 participants are from Bengaluru in November’s fitness event. Ritam Chatterjee Indian Runner, which is a part of Fit India Movement, will see 500 athletes from the city in the November’s event.   “We divide running events into five categories. 2 KM, 5 KM, 10 […]

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Bengaluru Blasters’ co-owner summoned by CCB

Bengaluru Police formed SIT to investigate match-fixing scandal in KPL By Arghyadeep Dutta In a recent update to Karnataka Premiere League match-fixing scandal, CCB summoned Bengaluru Blasters’ co-owner, Venkateshwara Rao, today along with the manager of Mysuru Warriors. He was spotted outside Central Crime Branch, Bengaluru, as confirmed by an investigation officer of CCB. There’s […]

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In a fix for match-fixing

The players of the Karnataka Premiere League confessed of match-fixing. They said, they were honey trapped. By Labani Mahanandy The Karnataka Premiere League players were forced for match-fixing as they were “honey-trapped”, says Bhaskar Rao, Commissioner of Police. One day after the Bangalore Police issued notice to both Karnataka State Cricket Association (KSCA) and Karnataka […]

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First Kabbadi, now Kho Kho – From eccentric to mainstream

Announcement of new IPL-styled Kho-Kho league gives hope for a comeback of the traditional sport. By Riddhiman Roy To herald a new era of Kho Kho, Karnataka Kho-Kho Federation of India (KKFI) announced ‘The Ultimate Kho Kho League’ on April 2, 2019. This move is going to provide exposure and popularity to the sport, says […]

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Olympics entry, a distant dream for Nepalese Volleyball team

Nepal’s Volleyball team needs better training facilities in their country. Ritam Chatterjee The chief coach of Nepal admits that lack of training facilities, for the players for their national sport, is not helping players improve their strength due to which they have to come to Bangalore to train for the upcoming volleyball events. The Nepalese […]

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