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Coaches pick up gauntlet


On Monday night at least 30 renowned athletics coaches from throughout the State, led by respected seniors S. S. Kaimal and T. P. Ouseph, got together at a hotel conference hall in Kochi for a unique

Youth development in shambles


When Bayern Munich, Inter Milan and Manchester United are conducting talent hunts in the state and selecting school students to train at their stadiums, a group of youngsters are trying hard to find a

Kerala’s six, the best bet?


Starting July 27, more than 10,500 athletes will compete for glory in events spread over 16 days in London and in the multitude, six Malayalis, the biggest number ever from the state at an Olympics, w

Chirag owners keep mum on team’s fate


Dumped – this would be the perfect word that could be used for Chirag United Kerala, formerly known as Viva Kerala.

After being relegated to the second division, its owners in West Bengal, Chirag Co

Calicut’s Afghani punch


Ahmed Pardes from Afghanistan has no qualms over his role as a fighter for Calicut University and is trying to do his best for the next All-India University Boxing Championship.

Though he was outsho

Trying to restore glory


In a nation where cricket is religion and Sachin Tendulkar is God, there is a bunch of fans and players who are blindly following the game without seeing the beauty and glamour of the sport.

These a

Euro team made in India


Coming as it does along with the Monsoon wind, the Euro fever has gripped the football fans in North Kerala as more and more people are coming out to play the game and take part in the tournaments.


Sourav gets Inter Milan call


Another gem in football has been unearthed from Malabar, thanks to diligent training given by Corporation Football Academy in Kozhikode. T.P. Sourav, a student of Ramakrishna Mission Higher Secondary

Hasil makes it to Indian squad


When Valanchery lad Mohammed Hasil made it into the Indian Under-14 team for AFC football fest to be held in Nepal, two coaches, one who spotted him and the other groomed, were the most satisfied pers

In another jersey


When West Bengal trounced Punjab 2-1 in the Santosh Trophy final two years ago, it was a Keralite’s brace that guided the Bengal team to victory.

Denson Devdas, a native of Kannur, was in the limeli

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I want to begin with a little story that was told to me by a leading executive at Aptech. He was exercising in a gym with a lot of younger people.

Shekhar Kapur’s Bandit Queen didn’t make the cut. Neither did Shaji Karun’s Piravi, which bagged 31 international awards.