Thousands Of Students Benefit From Junior NBA programme
As the Kerala-leg of National Basketball Association’s Junior NBA programme wound up at in Kalamasssery, it capped two-and-half months of heightened basketball activities in the state.
29 Nov 2014
King-Size at Ten
World under-10 champion Nihal Sarin may appear playful, but in front of a chequered board, his responses are as layered and perceptive as those of a strategist
26 Nov 2014
Making Strides With Frugal Means
the FF Academy is one of the few academies in Kerala which has a grassroots programme aimed at identifying and moulding young footballing talents
05 Nov 2014
HC Verdict Evokes Mixed Feelings Among Boozers
31 Oct 2014
Lawn Bowls Continues its Course in Obscurity
29 Oct 2014
'It is Fortune Bestowed by Lord Ayyappa'
19 Oct 2014
It's Official: Ministry 'Bows' out Sreejith's Outdated Gear
The Ministry for the Welfare of Backward Communities has sanctioned Rs 1.5 lakh to archer K R Sreejith, the Wayanad-based Scheduled Tribe youth who fought his way into the state camp for the National Games with an outdated borrowed bow, to buy his own modern gear.
17 Oct 2014
Giving Back What He Picked Up Playing for the Country
The first homegrown Kerala cricketer to play for India, Tinu Yohannan, now focuses on helping create a state team capable of lifting the Ranji Trophy
15 Oct 2014
Fan Frenzy Greets Cricketers at the Airport
The first ODI of the 5-match series between India and West Indies will be held at Jawaharlal Nehru stadium.
07 Oct 2014
That One Mistake!
As another continental showpiece unfolds in South Korea, Shiny Wilson is yet to get over the error in judgement that robbed her of an Asian Games gold in her pet event, 800 m, in Seoul, in 1986
24 Sep 2014
Yohannan's Leap Into History
With the Incheon Asian Games set to begin on Friday, the first Asian longjumper to cross 8 metres recounts his 1974 Tehran Asiad feat
17 Sep 2014
A Struggle to Make Both Ends Meet
12 Sep 2014
The untapped Sreejesh factor of Kerala hockey
27 Aug 2014
‘Need to Popularise Badminton in Kerala’
20 Aug 2014
Where Seniors Drop out, Juniors Sweep Medals
06 Aug 2014
Seven Construction Workers Trapped in a Libyan Hell Hole
While the Indian embassy in Libya is preparing to evacuate the first batch of 118 nurses from strife-torn Tripoli, seven construction workers from Kerala stare at uncertainty over their safe return home.
01 Aug 2014
IIT Bombay student's death: Darshan's father alleges harassment by cops in FIR registration
Spouses of H-1B visa holders can work in US, says judge
26/11 Mumbai terror attacks accused Rana moves US court for status conference
IPL 2023: Vice-captaincy is a reward for my hardwork, says DC's Axar Patel
India records 3,016 new COVID-19 cases, highest in nearly six months
Bombay HC quashes scribe's 2019 complaint against Salman Khan alleging misbehaviour