England may have won the Cricket World Cup this year, but it will never take football’s place in this country. India, on the other hand, glorifies cricket as their religion, which has brought effective changes in the Board of Cricket Control in India (BCCI). Surprisingly this governing body is not only the wealthiest cricket board […]Read More What can world champions England learn from Indian cricket?
Exercise is a vital part of our lives, and it may get tougher to follow a strict routine as the years roll by. But have you tried cycling? Raghvendra Sinh Jhala has been cycling for eight years which has kept him in shape. He has participated in various cycling and running competitions in India and […]Read More Jhala: Cycling is my fitness armour
Extreme sports such as skydiving, base jumping and scuba diving came into limelight after the X-games used them to promote their events in the 1990s. Archana Sardana is India’s first female BASE jumper, a certified skydiver and the first woman to master the Scuba Diver training in India. She has established herself as one of […]Read More Lady of adventure leads the charge from sky to sea
England clinched the cricket World Cup on Sunday after a miraculous victory over New Zealand in the final. Ben Stokes played a master innings that pulled England out of trouble, scoring 84* (98) and 8* (3) in the super over. Jos Buttler also contributed to the total sore of 241 with his 59 (60) and […]Read More No Brit mercy: Kiwis suffer another World Cup heartbreak