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Will Force India be able to break into Top 3 this season?

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  Force India has performed really well in the last season and was close to get into Top 3. They may try to get in over there this season. The car specifications are impressive. Take a look at what drives this beast: Gearbox – Paddle Operated 8 Semi Speed Automatic Engine – VJM10 powered by Mercedes AMG F1 MO8 EQ Tyres ... Read More »

Ace Racer Ashwin Sundar dies in a tragic car accident

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Ashwin Sundar, the ace racer from Chennai who shot to limelight when he won the MRF Mondial National Championship in 2003 has died in a tragic accident. His wife Dr Nivetha was also charred to death. The BMW Z4 Twin Seater in which they both were travelling got entrapped between a tree and a wall in MRC Nagar and burst ... Read More »

Former Swimmer Michael Phelps claims he never witnessed concrete clean international competition


Michael Phelps a former American swimmer wishes US officials to have global anti-doping improvements. 31 years old swimmer said I don’t trust I have stood up at an international competition and the rest of the field has been clean,” he said. American government aids with fund to the World Anti-Doping Agency. 23 Olympic gold medals winner Phelps said in his ... Read More »

Jitu Rai creates world record in Shooting; wins gold medal

At the ongoing ISSF (International Shooting Sport Federation) World Cup, Jitu Rai has delighted everyone by bagging the gold medal in the men’s 50m pistol event. His teammate Amanpreet Singh won the silver medal in the same event. Earlier, Jitu had also won bronze medal in the men’s 10m pistol event. In the men’s 50m pistol event, Jitu has set ... Read More »

Bronze confirmed for Harika Dronavalli, as she enters semis of Women’s World Chess Championship

Harika Dronavalli has entered the semi-final of the Women’s World Chess Championship being held in Tehran. She entered the semis after defeating Georgia’s Nana Dzagnidze in the tie-break game. On her path to become India’s first women’s chess champion, Harika Dronavalli will have to defeat China’s Tan Zhongyi in the semi-final. Harika had earlier also reached the semis twice, but ... Read More »

India To Host Next Four World Billiards Championships

Billiards, World Billiards Championship, India

In a major bid to revive sports other than Cricket, India has earned the rights to host the World Billiards Championship (WBC) for the next four years. The Billiards and Snooker Federation of India (BSFI) announced this exciting news on Monday. The premier event of  WBC was inaugurated last year in Bengaluru. BSFI secretary S. Balasubramaniam said that the Indian ... Read More »

Korea and Japan will play in Final

Japan also reserved the seat for final in 6th Asian Women’s Youth Handball Championship. They defeated their close rival China by a margin of 23-22. Japan took the lead in first half and score was 13-09 and they maintained the lead till the end, both the teams fought for each and every point throughout the contest. The match, however, boiled down to ... Read More »

6th Asian Youth Women’s Handball Championship


New Delhi: 27 August 2015 The Championship of World’s Fastest Game, 6th Asian Women’s Youth Handball Championship has started with a gala ceremony here in IGI Stadium, New Delhi today. South Korea, Chinese Taipei and Kazakhstan scored win in their league matches on the opening day of the Asian Youth Women Handball Championships.. Hosts India however, began its campaign on the ... Read More »

India was one of the hottest yet furthest running countries at the 2015 Wings For Life World Run

Wings For Life World Run 2015 - Gurgaon India (1) - Radhey Kumar of New Delhi

Ethiopia’s Lemawork Ketema and Japan’s Yuko Watanabe emerged as the global winners of the race Gurgaon, 3rd May, 2015:  India was the hottest of all countries that ran at the Wings For Life World Run. From hobby joggers to elite runners, it was a true spectacle to see 101,280 runners globally, of which 1041 ran in India and battled it ... Read More »

Mahindra’s Pecco surges from 16th to seventh in Spain

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Jerez, 4May 2015: Mapfre Team Mahindra rider Francesco “Pecco” Bagnaia claimed his best finish of the year so far, after a surging charge from the sixth row of the grid to a whisker-close seventh place in today’s Spanish GP, fighting to the end and narrowly losing sixth place on the final hairpin. Team-mate Jorge Martin made it two Mahindras in ... Read More »

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