Top Indian space scientists are grooming GenNext engineers in a clear indication that scientific exploration of other planets are on the cards even as some of their colleagues intently monitor the pro
On a grey Monday morning, someone could have done India’s no. 2 tennis singles player Yuki Bhambri, a favour by waking him up from his slumber.
For a country of Serbia’s size, the sporting passion of their nation dwarfs bigger countries.
The organizers of the Davis Cup World Group play-off dampened tennis enthusiasts’ spirit when they decided to host the September 12 to 14 tie under lights.
It will be a nerve-racking dawn for Indian space scientists on September 24 as they stay glued to an array of mission computers with their hearts in their mouth for fruition of the project to position
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Leading 5-2 in the decider, Somdev Devvarman was treated to rock band Survivors’ hit tune Eye of the Tiger during a break between the games.
For a while out there, Somdev Devvarman looked out of his league.
Bengaluru is a city of warmth and variety.
Sport, as in life, is all about being mentally strong. Professional skills are a pre-requisite but there are times when you need to make a slight change in perception and strategy and lift your game.