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Russian hackers tried stealing COVID-19 vaccine research: Details here

16 Jul 2020

Russian hackers tried stealing COVID-19 vaccine research: Details here

In a major shocker, security agencies in the UK, US, and Canada have warned that Russian hackers are targeting their COVID-19 vaccine research.

Coronavirus outbreak: Four instances when Olympic Games were affected

19 Mar 2020

Coronavirus outbreak: Four instances when Olympic Games were affected

The coronavirus pandemic has come down hard on almost every sporting event around the world.

Coronavirus forces India's hockey tour of China to be abandoned

07 Feb 2020

Coronavirus forces India's hockey tour of China to be abandoned

The coronavirus outbreak in China has forced a number of sporting events to be called off.

Rolls-Royce is developing world's fastest electric plane: See pictures

03 Jan 2020

Rolls-Royce is developing world's fastest electric plane: See pictures

As NASA continues with the vision of building the X-59 quiet supersonic jet, Rolls-Royce is setting its eyes on mastering the field of electric flight.

Tokyo Olympics: FIH announces India's men and women's hockey schedule

17 Dec 2019

Tokyo Olympics: FIH announces India's men and women's hockey schedule

The Indian men's and women's hockey teams will begin their campaigns against New Zealand and the Netherlands respectively at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics on July 25, International Hockey Federation (FIH) said on Tuesday.

These countries have won the most Olympic medals

19 Aug 2019

These countries have won the most Olympic medals

The Olympics is the greatest sporting extravaganza on this planet.

Here's when Andy Murray is returning to competitive tennis

05 Jun 2019

Here's when Andy Murray is returning to competitive tennis

British tennis sensation Andy Murray has confirmed that he would be returning to professional and competitive tennis this month.

Indians are biggest fans of 'GoT' in Asia, study reveals

13 Apr 2019

Indians are biggest fans of 'GoT' in Asia, study reveals

There is no denying the fact that Game of Thrones is the favorite show for a lot of Indians.

Union Budget 2019: Key expectations, traditions and other questions simplified

31 Jan 2019

Union Budget 2019: Key expectations, traditions and other questions simplified

The Union Budget 2019 will be presented by interim Finance Minister Piyush Goyal on Friday, February 1.

Serena Williams to face Roger Federer in mixed doubles

03 Oct 2018

Serena Williams to face Roger Federer in mixed doubles

The draw for the 2019 Hopman Cup sees USA and Switzerland battle it out against each other in the mixed doubles.

#GamingBytes: All about the new season of Rainbow Six Siege

01 Sep 2018

#GamingBytes: All about the new season of Rainbow Six Siege

Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Siege will start the season 3 of year three really soon.

UK man pees on fire to extinguish it,gets hero's reception

01 Aug 2018

UK man pees on fire to extinguish it,gets hero's reception

Quick thinking helped extinguish an inferno on the world's longest pleasure pier before it could become uncontrollable.

US: Astoria revives its more than 100-year-old Indian connection

16 Jul 2018

US: Astoria revives its more than 100-year-old Indian connection

The historic port city of Astoria in the North Western American State of Oregon is trying to revive its more than a century old Indian connection which was forgotten till a few years ago.

UK: 8-year-old Yoga Champ named 'British Indian of the Year'

15 Jul 2018

UK: 8-year-old Yoga Champ named 'British Indian of the Year'

An eight-year-old Indian-origin schoolboy, Ishwar Sharma - "Under-11 UK National Yoga Champion" - has been named the "British Indian of the Year" for his achievements in the field.

#WorldNoTobaccoDay: Say yes to e-cigarettes to reduce cancer risk

31 May 2018

#WorldNoTobaccoDay: Say yes to e-cigarettes to reduce cancer risk

On "World No Tobacco Day", experts suggest e-cigarette is the less harmful option for smokers to reduce the health burden of smoking significantly.

'Fit for prince' royal condoms a rage in Britain

07 May 2018

'Fit for prince' royal condoms a rage in Britain

Would you use a royal condom, that comes with 'Certificate of Authenticity' and whose boxes play 'God Save the Queen', during sex? Many in Britain, Australia, and New Zealand love the idea.

Rare photo of Gandhi auctioned in US for Rs. 26L

11 Mar 2018

Rare photo of Gandhi auctioned in US for Rs. 26L

A rare signed photo of Mahatma Gandhi walking alongside Madan Mohan Malaviya was sold at a US auction for $41,806 (Rs. 26.65L), more than four times the expected amount, said a report.

Sultan Azlan Shah Cup: India lose 2-3 to Argentina

03 Mar 2018

Sultan Azlan Shah Cup: India lose 2-3 to Argentina

Indian hockey team were defeated 2-3 by the world number 2 side Argentina, in the opening fixture of Sultan Azlan Shah Cup in Malaysia.

#ThatWas2017: Sportspersons who retired in 2017

31 Dec 2017

#ThatWas2017: Sportspersons who retired in 2017

Several iconic figures in sports have drawn the curtains on their illustrious careers this year.

BCCI a hurdle in the inclusion of cricket in Olympics?

31 Jul 2017

BCCI a hurdle in the inclusion of cricket in Olympics?

The Board of Control for Cricket in India is not keen on backing the International Cricket Council's bid of including cricket in the Olympics.

MP signs MoU with IIT Kgp for measuring happiness index

24 May 2017

MP signs MoU with IIT Kgp for measuring happiness index

Are you happy? Before you say that, happiness can't be measured in definite terms; let me break the bubble for you. It can be and it is called the "happiness index" and grumpy India stands at 122 in World Happiness Report.

Hockey: India lose to Malaysia; out of title race

05 May 2017

Hockey: India lose to Malaysia; out of title race

India lost 0-1 to hosts Malaysia in the final pool match of the Sultan Azlan Shah Cup. India will now compete with New Zealand tomorrow for the third spot.

Hockey: Mandeep's hat-trick guides India to victory against Japan

03 May 2017

Hockey: Mandeep's hat-trick guides India to victory against Japan

Hat-trick hero Mandeep Singh guided India to a 4-3 victory against Japan in today's league match of 2017 Sultan Azlan Shah Cup.

Sultan Azlan Shah Cup: India go down fighting against Australia

02 May 2017

Sultan Azlan Shah Cup: India go down fighting against Australia

Indian hockey team were handed their first defeat by Australia in the 2017 Sultan Azlan Shah Hockey Tournament. Australia won the match 3-1.

Will quit tennis if I am banned: Ilie Nastase

29 Apr 2017

Will quit tennis if I am banned: Ilie Nastase

Ilie Nastase said he will quit tennis if he is banned over his racist comments on Serena Williams's unborn child.

Serena Williams hits back at Ilie Nastase for 'racist' comments

25 Apr 2017

Serena Williams hits back at Ilie Nastase for 'racist' comments

Responding to former tennis player Ilie Nastase's recent remarks about about her unborn baby, Serena Williams said, "It disappoints me to know we live in a society where people like Ilie Nastase can make such racist comments".

Food wastage: Government to fix portion sizes in restaurants

11 Apr 2017

Food wastage: Government to fix portion sizes in restaurants

Attempting to reduce food wastage, government of India is preparing to legally notify portion sizes served in restaurants and star hotels.

Survey finds Indians to be extremely ignorant

17 Dec 2016

Survey finds Indians to be extremely ignorant

While India, the world's largest democracy, continues to rise in stature and power in the global setting, its success eclipses a problem.

Argentina beat Croatia 3-2 to seal the Davis Cup victory

28 Nov 2016

Argentina beat Croatia 3-2 to seal the Davis Cup victory

In a remarkable turnaround, Argentina stormed back from brink of elimination to claim their maiden Davis Cup victory over Croatia.

US reclaim the Ryder Cup convincingly, with a 17-11 margin

03 Oct 2016

US reclaim the Ryder Cup convincingly, with a 17-11 margin

US team clinched the Ryder Cup convincingly, beating Europe 17-11.

Ryder Cup all set to kick off

30 Sep 2016

Ryder Cup all set to kick off

The 41st edition of Ryder Cup, the most exciting of golfing events, is all set to kick off on Friday, at the Hazeltine National Golf Club, Minnesota, USA.

Spain whitewashes India 5-0 in world pay-offs

19 Sep 2016

Spain whitewashes India 5-0 in world pay-offs

On the third day of the world group play-offs, the mighty Spain whitewashed India 5-0. Spain has now entered the World Group after a gap of two years.

Rio passes the baton to Tokyo

19 Sep 2016

Rio passes the baton to Tokyo

2016 Rio Paralympics ended with a beautiful closing ceremony as Tokyo took over the baton for 2020 games.

Belarus's Ihar Boki wins 11th Paralympic gold

17 Sep 2016

Belarus's Ihar Boki wins 11th Paralympic gold

It was gold and another Paralympic record for Belarus's swimmer Ihar Boki as he finished first in men's S13 100m freestyle event.

Spain leads 2-0 on day one at Davis Cup play-offs

17 Sep 2016

Spain leads 2-0 on day one at Davis Cup play-offs

Feliciano Lopez and David Ferrer won their individual singles matches against India to give Spain a 2-0 lead.

Canoeing makes its Paralympic debut

16 Sep 2016

Canoeing makes its Paralympic debut

Canoeing became the 22nd sport to be added into the Paralympic games.

It's Ramanathan vs Nadal in India-Spain Davis Cup opener

16 Sep 2016

It's Ramanathan vs Nadal in India-Spain Davis Cup opener

Ramkumar Ramanathan will face world number four Rafael Nadal in the Davis Cup World group play-off on day one. The second tie will be played between Saketh Myneni and David Ferrer.

Siamand Rahman: The world's strongest Paralympian

15 Sep 2016

Siamand Rahman: The world's strongest Paralympian

Iranian power lifter Siamand Rahman defended his gold medal at the 2016 Rio Paralympics in the men's super heavyweight title by lifting 310 kg.

Devendra Jhajharia wins second gold for India

14 Sep 2016

Devendra Jhajharia wins second gold for India

India's Devendra Jhajharia won the second gold medal for India at the 2016 Paralympic games.

India wins two medals at 2016 Paralympics

10 Sep 2016

India wins two medals at 2016 Paralympics

Indian high jump athletes bagged a gold and bronze medal each in men's high jump T-42 event at the 2016 Rio Paralympics.