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High and lows on field

With the end of yet another year, we look back in wonder some of the high and lows for India which won 69 medals...

More infrastructural facilities needed to flourish at International scene: Gymnasts

Rajesh Dhar The State of Jammu and Kashmir which is striving hard to carve a space on the country's sports map, can boast of having...

She Climbs to conquer

Aparna Kumar becomes the first Indian woman to conquer world's 8th highest peak Manaslu in Nepal.  Vincent Van Ross listens to the exciting journey...

Mixed fortune for State sports in 2017

The State of Jammu and Kashmir, which is striving hard to craft a space on the country’s sports map, had a mixed fortune for...

Virat will be remembered as all time great: Sourav Ganguly

Sourav Ganguly is a Bengali icon who in his heydays slogged bowlers across the park. Post retirement, he manages to capture the attention of...

J&K on World Sports Map in specific disciplines

Rajesh Dhar The State of Jammu and Kashmir which is striving hard to create a niche in the field of sports, had a mixed fortune...

Unexplored adventure sports heaven

Dr. Sahil Gorka " Mountains are bigger than you think they are." For the people of J&K, I can say, mountains are nearer than you...

Sports Sphere

Born on July 18, 1988, Carlos Brathwaite is a West Indian cricketer from Barbados. Brathwaite made his Twenty20 International debut for the West Indies...

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Born on December 11, 1969, Viswanathan "Vishy" Anand is an Indian chess Grandmaster and a former World Chess Champion. He became India's first grandmaster...

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Born on September 9, 1989, Bandeep Singh is a First-Class cricketer, who plays for Jammu and Kashmir in Ranji Trophy. He is a right-handed...

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Born on October 27, 1997, Sarfaraz Naushad Khan is an Indian cricketer who plays for Mumbai cricket team and Royal Challengers Bangalore. An aggressive...

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