29 Aug 2015
New Delhi: The Indian women's hockey team has qualified for the 2016 Olympic Games, which will be held in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
28 Aug 2015
Beijing: Usain Bolt said he might end his glittering career at next year's Olympics after he completed a world sprint double in Beijing -- and got clattered by an electric scooter into the bargain.
27 Aug 2015
New Delhi: Hockey team goalkeeper PR Sreejesh feels India need to go through tough tests against top teams to excel in next year's Rio Olympics. Sreejesh dedicated his Arjun award to the whole team, and said his recognition will motivate he and his teammates to do well in upcoming tournaments.
16 Apr 2015
New Delhi: In a rather ambitious projection, Sports Authority of India (SAI) sees a record 100 plus athletes qualifying for next year's Rio Olympics.
25 Aug 2015
New Delhi: Confident of securing an Olympic berth and that too with a gold-medal finish at the World Championship, star India wrestler Yogeshwar Dutt said an early qualification would give him enough time to work on increasing his stamina and experiment in the run-up to the Rio Games.
24 Aug 2015
Mumbai: Amid reports that the owner of the three-storey London bungalow where Babasaheb Ambedkar lived as a student in the 1920s may withdraw his offer to sell the property, the Maharashtra government today informed that the 'exchange of contracts' will take place within two days.
25 Aug 2015
Mumbai: Actor Emraan Hashmi, who has made his international debut with the film 'Tigers', is feeling overwhelmed by the response to the film and has 'thanked' his fans for supporting him.
25 Aug 2015
New Delhi: Can you imagine a swimming pool in the sky? Well, developers in London are planning to make world’s first ‘sky pool’ which is actually a 90-feet long swimming pool connecting two buildings with a transparent floor looking 10 storeys down.
18 Aug 2015
New Delhi: He is modesty personified but Jitu Rai, now the benchmark of excellence in Indian shooting, doesn't shy away from expressing his "burning desire" to hit the bull's eye at next year's Rio Olympics, saying the Arjuna Award will act as additional morale-booster.
21 Aug 2015
London: English cricket chiefs are no longer implacably hostile to the idea of Twenty20 featuring in a future Olympic Games, one of the country's top administrators said. England and Wales Cricket Board chief executive Tom Harrison's comments came on the same day as a protest outside The Oval ahead of the start of the fifth Ashes Test slammed global cricket bosses for, among other things, turning their back on the Olympics.