Malaika Goel: India’s 16 -Year-Old Shooting Star

This teenager from Punjab is the youngest among the Indian contingent at the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games. After many of her achievements in the past years, Malaika, early in age, has emerged a top pistol shooter in the country.

David Ospina And Other Major Transfers

David Ospina established himself as a star of Columbia in FIFA World Cup 2014 and proved to be one of the best goal keepers in the tournament. Arsenal has agreed terms with Nice for a four year deal of 3.5 million for the Columbian International.

Commonwealth Games, 2014

The Commonwealth Games include athletes from 71 nations, although the Commonwealth of Nations, which is an intergovernmental organisation, consists of only 53 states. Most of the members of the organisation were territories of the former British Empire but are now considered free and equal by the London Declaration of 1949. These countries are said to be united by language, history, culture, and their shared values of democracy.

India V/S England: India’s Historic Win At Lords

The on-going test match series in England witnessedone of the best matches ever played by the Indian team on foreign soil. India’s victory in Lords on Monday will be forever recorded in the history of Indian cricket.

Pro Kabaddi League: Five Days To Go

Though India will have the highest number of players participating in the League, the tournament will also witness the participation of players from Afghanistan, Iran, Bangladesh, Canada, England, Indonesia, Italy, Japan, Nepal, Malaysia, Sri Lanka and Pakistan.

Excitement Over The Indian Super League

India is all set for the Indian Super League (ISL) to start later this year. Though the dates have not been announced for the games to start, India is enthralled even with the wait. After an auction was conducted, eight football franchises have been selected to be a part of ISL. The cities to host these franchises are Bangalore, Delhi, Goa, Mumbai, Kolkata, Guwahati, Kochi and Pune. While the popularity of the Indian Premiere League (IPL) has seeped deeply into the lives of Indians, not much can be said about what will come out of the ISL and how it will be received by the people.

Battle for Pride: Second Test Match

For India there are plenty of positives which can be taken from the first test match, with Stuart Binny having an impressive debut and Bhuvneshwar Kumar giving an all round performance. The biggest decision which MS Dhoni has to take is whether to play Ravichandran Ashwin in place of Ravindra Jadeja as the lone spinner. The Captain has been in a dilemma regarding this choice. Jadeja had failed to take any wicket in the first match, thus coming out as a victim to immense criticism and making a case for Ashwin to return to the side. The rest of the side is expected to remain the same as the Indian Captain is not fond of making frequent changes in his team line up.

Racism Haunts Cricket Again

There was a heated argument between Ishant Sharma and Joe Root, followed by an intense attack by James Anderson on Ravindra Jadeja. The battle went on even in the dressing room, where James Anderson allegedly pushed Jadeja when both teams went in for lunch on day two of the test match. The battle however did not end there. James Anderson further mocked Jadeja when the left arm spinner was trying to save the match for India.

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First Test Match Ends In A Pale Draw

Surprisingly this test would be remembered for the batting of the tail-enders with Mohammad Shami, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, and James Anderson all making their maiden fifties. Joe Root and James Anderson entered their names in the record books with the highest partnership of 198 runs for the tenth wicket in test match history.

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