Olympic silver medallist Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore on Wednesday found himself at the centre of controversy with his name being dragged into a ‘failed’ dope test that was conducted before the Athens Games way back in 2004.
Regardless of country of origin, medal won, or type of sport played, Olympic medallists live almost three years longer on average than their country’s general population, a study has found.
Matching by country, sex, and age,
PETA volunteers are painting themselves in gold, silver and bronze symbolizing Olympic medals. Three volunteers from People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) India, will take out a demonstration on "Be a Champion for
With WHO taking India of the 'polio-endemic list', Indian Olympians have appealed to all parents to get their children vaccinated on time. A nation needs to remain polio-free for three consecutive years before WHO declares
Saina Nehwal etched her name in history by becoming the first Indian to win a medal at the Olympics in badminton. She picked up the bronze medal after her Chinese opponent Xin Wang retired hurt.
So how did she get
With the Olympics on, it's a fever nobody seems to mind in the 54-nation continent at any time. Soccer fever, which afflicts nearly every African, has now become a powerful tool to kick malaria out of the continent of a billion
Gagan Narang became the first Indian to win a medal at the London Olympics. Narang’s potential was never doubt, but he always seemed to miss the cut by just a little distance. So how did he hit the bull’s eye this time