Raju Kulkarni-The Unheralded Quickster of Mumbai Ranji Team

The most worrying case in India is that unlike foreign countries where even county and domestic cricketers are held in high regards, in India only the ones who manage to play for the National team manage to get the attention and the stardom. Little do we know that it takes equal

SFA CHAMPIONSHIP MUMBAI 2018-19 -SEASON 4 , SWIMMING MEET

Siya Makes Waves Again SPORTSNASHA HAS BEEN FOLLOWING PERFORMANCES OF SIYA IN SWIMMING FOR PAST TWO SEASONS AND  IS PLEASED TO SHARE ONE MORE OF SUCH SUPERLATIVE EFFORT FOR SPORTS LOVERS....SIYA BAGGED 4 MEDALS IN CAPTION EVENT WITH ONE GOLD AND THREE SILVERS *SIYA DEVRUKHKAR'S ACHIEVEMENTS IN UNDER 10 YEARS* *EVENT:- SFA CHAMPIONSHIP

Latest Sports Updates as on 13.12.18 , 10.30 PM IST

Hockey India lost 2-1 to Netherlands in quarterfinals of World Cup in Bhubaneshwar.It was a sad end to India's campaign after high expectations.Netherlands thus continued their unbeaten run against India in World Cup.Belgium also reached the last four with a surprising 2-1 win against two time champions Germany. Badminton Both P V Sindhu

Latest Sports Updates as on 13.12.18 730 AM IST

Badminton P V Sindhu began her campaign at World Tour Finals in style by beating world no.2 Akane Yamaguchi 24-22,21-15 in Guangzhou,China.Sindhu was dominant in Group A match and will face world no.one Tai Tzu Ying on Thursday.Sameer Verma lost his opening Group B encounter against second seed Kento Momota of

Golf: Seven Indians make Q-School final stage

A record number of seven Indian women will figure in the final stage of the Ladies European Tour Qualifying School in Marrakesh, Morocco, this week. Four Indian women, led by amateur Diksha Dagar, qualified for the final stage as the Pre-Qualifiers came to an end Monday. Dagar, a silver medallist at the

Hockey World Cup: Red Lions Maul Pakistan

Pakistan's miserable campaign at men's the men's hockey World Cup finally came to an end after Olympic silver medallists Belgium thrashed the four-time champions 5-0 in the third cross-over match at the Kalinga Stadium here on Tuesday. Staring the match as favorites, the Red Lions toyed with the Pakistani defense which somehow

Cricket: Shai Hope’s ton levels series for Windies

Shai Hope smashed a brilliant century as West Indies edged Bangladesh by four wickets in the second one-day international to level the three-match series 1-1 in Dhaka on Tuesday. Opener Hope hit an unbeaten 146 off 144 balls, guiding West Indies to 256-6 in 49.4 overs after the visitors restrict Bangladesh to 255-7 in

Football: Bayern Munich ready for Ajax showdown

A resurgent Bayern Munich head to Ajax for Wednesday's Champions League group showdown with clear winners and losers among the star-studded squad after Niko Kovac's decision to end rotation. "We want to keep going," said Leon Goretzka, now a firm fixture in central midfield alongside Joshua Kimmich with Bayern having won their last

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