- Balbir Singh Sr: A hockey legend who held the Indian flag high(15:21)
Kolkata, May 25 (IANS) The old adage goes give him an inch and he'll take a mile. As a prolific goalscorer, Balbir Singh Senior was exactly that. A legend who could sound the board from anywhere, the decorated former India captain was part of teams that won three Olympic gold medals.
- Only an interim measure: Kumble on saliva ban(12:45)
New Delhi, May 24 (IANS) The International Cricket Council's (ICC) Cricket Committee chaired by Anil Kumble has recommended banning the usage of saliva to polish the match ball in the wake of coronavirus pandemic. While it is a topic of hot debate and some of the current players have also spoken about the need to allow use of artificial substance of some form, Kumble has now thrown light on the same.
- TV actors battle to survive lockdown blues(07:29)
New Delhi, May 24 (IANS) As the television industry remains paralysed by lockdown, many actors and workers are scared. Non-payment of dues by many producers are just adding to the woes. For many, it is either turning into a struggle with mental health or a matter of survival.
- In chess you don't beat the board, you beat the player: Anand(13:51)
Mumbai, May 23 (IANS) Star Sports 1 Tamil show Mind Masters by MFORE has been drawing the attention of viewers with some of the finest guests from the sports fraternity talking about the importance and necessity of mental strength and conditioning in sports. In the upcoming episode of Mind Masters by MFORE, on Star Sports Tamil on Sunday at 7 pm, host and former Indian cricketer S. Badrinath gets candid with five-time World Champion, Viswanathan Anand.
- 83% online users think up their own, weak passwords(10:12)
New Delhi, May 23 (IANS) Highlighting the need for storing passwords, cybersecurity researchers have found that that 83 per cent of online users are thinking up their own, weak passwords, while 54 per cent say they are unaware about how to check if any of their credentials have already been leaked.