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Humanity, love and true sportsWOMANship – these images capture the Rio stories that went straight to the heart.
When PV Sindhu was eight years old in 2003, her parents, both professional volleyball players, were deeply disappointed when she(…)
PV Sindhu will be gunning for Gold after winning a keenly contested match against Japan’s Nozomi Okuhara
Rio 2016: Babita Kumari loses in pre-quarters, but hopes for a medal are still alive
Here is the kind of food that keeps your favourite Olympians going.
Vinesh Phogat injured, bows out of Rio and Sakshi Malik wrestles into Quarter Finals
Wrestlers Vinseh Phogat and Sakshi Malik defeated their opponents, booking a place in the quarters and round of 16 respectively.
This young wrestler from Haryana has made her mark internationally and is now hoping to make her presence felt the at the Olympics
India’s shuttler PV Sindhu once again proved her excellence when she stormed into the semi-finals of the badminton women’s singles at Rio2016
Indian cricket legend Virender Sehwag has requested Prime Minister Narendra Modi to name a special train and plane after gymnast(…)