women in sports
Pinki Pramanik joined Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in Kolkata on Thursday. She won a silver medal winning quartet in the 400m relay event in 2006.
Talking about becoming the board’s president, Sue Strachan said, “It is an enormous honor and it’s a huge responsibility as well, being the first woman.”
The decision to postpone the ICC Women’s ODI World Cup has nothing to do with safety issues pertaining to COVID-19 in New Zealand.
Tokyo feels special but but it is also stressful because I want to win the Gold at any cost: Mary Kom
“It showed me mental strength, what it took for me to not eat a samosa when everyone else and it was all worth it when I see it now,” says Sania Mirza.
Simone Biles is famous for flipping and spinning vault moves that require a lot of strength, that are, notoriously difficult to pull off.
Jwala Gutta holds Pullela Gopichand responsible for the ills in the system.
“My only aim is to win a Paralympic medal and I am confident of doing that and making the country proud.”
“Given the unprecedented times we are living in, with all of us grappling to understand what the “new” normal is, it is easy to let our own wellbeing take a back seat.”
Fifteen-year-old Ananya Gupta, a student of Singapore International School, Mumbai, has garnered the tag of a quality chess player in…
We are now surviving on help provided by people from nearby areas. They gave us rice, dal and other things. – Prajakta Godbole
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Nasreen’s father, who sells steel utensils on the streets to earn a livelihood, is facing financial hardships.