Cue Slam the Indian Cue Masters League is all set to rock every Cue sport enthusiast’s world in India.

With the first of its kind maiden league in the country, it is going to set the baize on fire from 19th August, 2017. Here’s a sneak peek to the Marquee players. READ MORE


The Indian Cue Masters league will be held at the Rajpath Club Ahmedabad, Gujarat from 19th – 25th August, 2017. The league also called as Cue Slam is a first-of-its-kind franchise-based Indian league featuring top names and the most promising talent from the world of cue sports. READ MORE

Will badminton become the new cricket in India?

While the faces of Virat Kohli and Co stare at us from billboards and television screens, endorsing everything from cars to deodorants, Indians will be hard-pressed to see players of any other sport as public heroes. That could change soon. READ MORE

India is achieving greater heights in sports other than cricket, says Vijay Goel

Union Sports Minister Vijay Goel congratulated India on Sunday’s victory in hockey and badminton. He also gave financial figures of Sports Ministry’s support to the Men’s Indian Hockey team. K Srikanth won the Indonesian Open and Australian Open.

Union Sports Minister Vijay Goel congratulated India on respective victories in hockey and badminton. While India destroyed Pakistan 7-1 in London in the ongoing World Hockey League Semi-Final, Kidambi Srikanth created history by being the only Indian to win Super Series Premier, Super Series and Grand Prix Gold title in badminton. READ MORE

Vijender Singh against Zulpikar Maimaitiali on August 5


  • Vijender Singh is WBO Asia Pacific Middleweight champion
  • Zulpikar Maimaitiali of China is WBO Oriental Super Middleweight champion
  • Three other Indian pugilists Akhil Kumar, Jitender Kumar and Neeraj Gayat will be seen in the ring

India’s star professional boxer and Olympic bronze medalist Vijender Singh will clash with China’s undefeated, left-handed fighter Zulpikar Maimaitiali for a double title fight here on August 5. READ MORE

Sebastian Vettel crash ‘like a massive headbutt in football’, says Eddie Jordan

Sebastian Vettel’s swerve into title rival Lewis Hamilton at the Azerbaijan Grand Prix was like an “instant red card” offence in football, according to former F1 team owner Eddie Jordan.

But Jordan says he is unsure whether the 29-year-old German Ferrari driver should face more action. Vettel was given a 10-second stop-and-go penalty for crashing his car into Hamilton’s Mercedes on Sunday. “It’s the equivalent of a massive headbutt in soccer,” Jordan said. READ MORE

Kidambi Srikanth credits Pullela Gopichand for recent success

Kidambi Srikanth, who won two Superseries titles on the trot — Indonesia Open and Australian Open within a week’s time — credited chief national badminton coach Pullela Gopichand for all the success.

Ace Indian shuttler Kidambi Srikanth, who clinched back to back titles, has credited his success to current national coach Pullela Gopichand, saying the latter has been behind all the success of badminton in India. READ MORE

2017 season: F1 looks back for its future with faster, wider cars

Formula 1 will look very different when it emerges from its winter hibernation in 2017 – and not just because for the first time in 23 years the reigning world champion will not be racing.

Nico Rosberg’s decision to retire after winning his first world title not only left Mercedes with an awkward hole to fill alongside Lewis Hamilton, it means the German will not get the chance to drive new cars that are aimed at reinvigorating the sport. READ MORE

Nehwal and Sindhu ensure Indian success in YONEX All England second round

India’s golden girls Saina Nehwal and P.V Sindhu made light work of their second round clashes as both progressed through to the YONEX All England quarter-finals with ease.

Olympic silver medallist Sindhu kicked off proceedings on court one against Dinar Dyah Ayustine, having sailed through her opening tie at Birmingham’s Barclaycard Arena on Wednesday. READ MORE

Sindhu working ‘day and night’ for All England glory

Olympic silver medalist PV Sindhu insists she is ‘not bothered’ about being at a career high fifth in the world but really wants to get her hands on the YONEX All England trophy.

The Indian sensation reached a new milestone in her career last week when she broke into the world’s top five, jumping ahead of the likes of Ratchanok Intanon and rising star Akane Yamaguchi, both of whom are expected to be contenders at the Barclaycard Arena come Sunday 12 March. READ MORE