Hearing Impaired Sports-persons Shout to be Heard  

Karnataka Sports Federation of the Deaf is complaining about not receiving any funds from All India Sports Council of the Deaf (AISD) in the last three years. Bangalore Apr 11, 2019: Karnataka Sports Federation of the Deaf is not able to provide coaching facilities or organize sports events for hearing impaired sportspersons due to lack […]

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Some youngsters disenchanted with corruption in the IPL

IPL frenzy not as high as it was a decade ago. By Yohanjali R April 10, 2019. On the evening of April 18, 2008, Indian cricket witnessed a revolution. Several teams came together to play against each other in the Indian Premiere League. But 11 years later, some youngsters are disenchanted. “With all the spot-fixing […]

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IPL fans prefer cheap merchandise over the branded

With Indian Premier League (IPL) season currently on, fans flock to hoard on goodies Bangalore, April 13, 2018: The demand for cheap IPL merchandise has increased in the city. Small shops all over the city are selling IPL jerseys of several teams at a minimum price of Rs. 100. These jerseys are often bought by […]

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Talent, not age should be criteria: Aparna Popat

Aparna Popat, former CWG silver medallist in badminton, spoke about Srikanth becoming World No.1 and more during her interview with The Softcopy. Bangalore, April 12 2018: India secured their first ever team Gold medal in Badminton at the Commonwealth Games on Monday, when they defeated Malaysia 3-1. A combined team effort from all players ensured that […]

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Young shooters fearless: Coach Karmakar

Bangalore, April 10,2018: The Indian shooting contingent participating at the 2018 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow have been in sparkling form, having won a handful of medals in almost all of the competing events. One of the men behind the success of these shooters is Joydeep Karmakar, who has coached a few to success, especially the […]

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