AIFF rejects Kerala Blasters' appeal against Rs 4 crore fine for abandonment of ISL game
The punishment was imposed after the players and staff of Kerala Blasters walked off the pitch protesting against a controversial goal awarded by the match referee.
Champions League final referee keeps job after apologizing for ties to Polish far-right leader
UEFA said Friday it accepted Marciniak's “profound apologies and clarification” and that anti-racism group Never Again had also then asked for the referee to be retained.
Badminton: Lakshya Sen enters Thailand Open semifinals, Kiran George loses
Sen fought back from a six-point deficit in the first game to gain control over his opponent and see off the match.
Wrestlers protest: Members of 1983 World Cup team urge grapplers not to take hasty decision
On May 28, the Delhi Police detained the wrestlers for violation of law and order when they marched towards the new Parliament building without permission.
Sevilla ends unusually poor season celebrating yet another Europa League title
Sevilla won the Europa League trophy yet again on Thursday after a season in which it went through coaching changes and had to fight just to avoid relegation in the Spanish league.
MS Dhoni successfully undergoes knee surgery in Mumbai
Dhoni, who led Chennai Super Kings to their fifth IPL title, had flown to Mumbai from Ahmedabad after the final on Monday and consulted renowned sports orthopaedic surgeon Dr Dinshaw Pardiwala.
PSG coach hopes Messi will get good welcome in 'last game' for club
The game on Saturday against Clermont will mark the end of Messi's two-year stay at Qatar-backed PSG, who have already been crowned Ligue 1 champions for a record 11th time.
French Open hopes AI can help tennis players block death threats, other social media hate
The French tennis federation said the technology developed by a French company will be made available to all players taking part in this year's clay-court Grand Slam tournament.
Jose Mourinho mulls future after Europa League final defeat, says 'nobody has called me'
After coaching his team to the trophy in five consecutive European finals over two decades, it was Mourinho’s first defeat at this stage and the 60-year-old Portuguese was quick to blame the referee.
Probe against sidelined WFI chief Brij Bhusan Singh on: Delhi Police
“The cases filed by women wrestlers are still under consideration. Status reports are being filed before the court regarding the investigation,” a senior Delhi Police official said.
International Olympic Committee calls treatment of protesting Indian wrestlers 'very disturbing'
The IOC's reaction follows the United World Wrestling's (UWW) criticism of the detention of the grapplers during their protest at Jantar Mantar.
French Open: Yuki-Saketh enter second round, Bopanna-Ebden lose in opener
It was also the end of road for N Sriram Balaji and Jeevan Nedunchezhiyan after they went down 3-6 4-6 to Belarus' Ilya Ivashka and Alexei Popyrin of Australia in their opener.
England captain Ben Stokes eases injury worries, plans to play as allrounder in Ashes
After having knee issues during the tour of New Zealand in February, Stokes played only twice for Chennai Super Kings in the recently-finished Indian Premier League.
World Test Championship: Pujara's inputs will be invaluable for Indian batters, says Gavaskar
Gavaskar also said the Indian batters, coming off the IPL, will have to adjust their bat speed ahead of the WTC final, and advised them to play as late as possible.
Only matter of time before India becomes leading chess nation in world, says Carlsen
While Indian chess players have done extremely well in the global circuit in recent years, the country also successfully hosted the Chess Olympiad last year.