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Football prodigy heads off aplastic anemia

After a year’s struggle with aplastic anemia, a bone marrow disease that strikes five in a million a year, 16-year-old football player Premsingh Boharah is confident about returning to the game within

Thorne’s ‘weight’y affair


It may be sheer coincidence, but Girisha Hosanagara Nagarajegowda won India’s first medal at the ongoing Paralympic Games in London just hours after the International Powerlifting Federation vice-pres

India all set for Asia Cup

When India defeated Chinese Taipei (3-1) to lift the third place title in the Asia Cup held in Iran, Kozhikode player Vibin George was the only player from Kerala in the team.

Two years later, when I

Tintu Luka hungry for top-class events


Tintu Luka’s experience at the London Olympics has transformed her from a media-shy middle distance runner to one who is eager to explain what she needs to achieve her goals.

In her first-ever int

Kerala Police raring to go


Kerala cops, holding a sound sports history, were one of the major sports entities in the country years ago. Though times have diminished their name and fame, the State Police volleyball team, which h

Awaiting a ‘golden era’


Two of the Indian team members have just landed in the State from Taiwan after taking part in the 34th William Jones Basketball Cup at Taiwan. Both, hoopster P.S. Jeena and Indian team assistant coach

Spiker Azeez on a comeback trail


Three years ago, back from his two-year stint at a volleyball club in Ras al-khaimah in the UAE, M. T. Azeez wanted to restore his name as a well-established all-rounder in the national team.

With tw

Over to Mumbai


A transfer of player from a top league to the second division is something that does not usually happen.

However, the newly-formed club from Mumbai, Dodsal FC, has started their preseason training b

Opportunity knocks for Kerala players


It has been just two months since the 2011-12 I-League season was wrapped up, but the Indian transfer market has already picked up momentum and several Kerala players have grabbed good opportunities,

Kozhikode’s football fervour in celluloid


Much has been talked about the love of the people of Kozhikode for football and now a documentary explaining the history of the football craze and the variety of football fans in the district has been

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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.