By FPJ Bureau
Bangkok : Olympic silver medallist PV Sindhu was the only bright spot on a dismal day for Indian badminton as she progressed to the quart...Read More
On a comeback trail after his long injury lay off, Indian shutter Parupalli Kashyap has been again ruled out of action for three months a...Read More
Jeju (Korea): Indian shuttler P Kashyap’s good run at the Korea Open came to an end after he suffered a narrow defeat against top seed So...Read More
Macau : Top seed Saina Nehwal staved off a tough challenge from little-known Indonesian Hanna Ramadini in a three-game women’s singles op...Read More
Mumbai : The Mumbai police, which is investigating the ‘leather bag’ fiasco following a Metropolitan Magistrate’s order, is now making a ...Read More
Mumbai: Filmmaker Anurag Kashyap has shot down rumours that he has sued director Prakash Jha.
Kashyap loses to Chinese Taipei’s Chen in quarterfinals.
New Delhi : Confident about India’s preparation for the upcoming World Championship, chief badminton coach Pullela Gopichand said the hom...Read More
Actor-filmmaker Guru Dutt continues to be an inspiration to filmmakers and audiences. While discussing the relevance of his films with ve...Read More
Although the BJP may have replaced Cong at the Centre, not much seems to have changed in position on bringing offshore black money back t...Read More
Odense: On a fruitful day for the Indian shuttlers, Saina Nehwal and P V Sindhu stormed into the women’s singles quarterfinals while two ...Read More