Indo-AsianNews Service | Tuesday November 17, 2015
PR Sreejesh, Indian Men's hockey team vice-captain and Arjuna Awardee,?was bestowed with the highest honour for any athlete at the state level.
Thursday July 9, 2015
Dipika Pallikal, who has Kerala roots, wanted to compete in the first ever Nationals in the state but with the prize purse being bigger for men, she decided to give the tournament a miss for the fourth year in a row. The 23-year-old last played the Nationals in 2011, when she won her first and only title till date.
Indo-AsianNews Service | Wednesday June 10, 2015
Sports Authority of India has ordered an internal inquiry to find out what triggered the incident.
Kerala News | Press Trust of India | Saturday May 23, 2015
Three trainee athletes at the Water Sports Centre of Sports Authority of India (SAI), undergoing treatment at the Medical College Hospital in Kerala's Alappuzha after they consumed a poisonous fruit in a suicide pact earlier this month, have been discharged from hospital.
Press Trust of India | Wednesday May 20, 2015
The corrective actions have been formulated by the Ministry after examining the report submitted by SAI DG Injeti Srinivas on the controversial incident.
India News | Reported by Sneha Koshy, Edited by Shailaja Neelakantan | Thursday May 14, 2015
The four young Kerala athletes who consumed poisonous fruit last week in an apparent suicide pact were not harassed by their seniors as they had alleged in a suicide note, the Sports Authority of India (SAI) has said in its report to the government.
Press Trust of India | Wednesday May 13, 2015
In a heartbreaking turn of events last week, a young athlete died and three of her colleagues battled for life after they attempted suicide at the Sports Authority of India Centre in Kerala, prompting a stunned ministry to launch an inquiry.
Press Trust of India | Monday May 11, 2015
Four young girl athletes, residents at Sports Authority of India's Water Sports Centre in Vembanad, had on May 6 ate some poisonous fruit on being reprimanded by the centre authorities for consuming beer. One of them, Aparna, died on Thursday.
Press Trust of India | Saturday May 9, 2015
SAI Director General Injeti Srinivas, who made a one-day visit to Kerala for an on spot "administrative" assessment after the shocking incident, said that he cannot pre-empt the investigative work of the police or the judicial process by commenting on the reasons of the suicide.
Kerala News | Reported by Suprita Das and Sneha Mary Koshy, Edited by Shyam Balasubramanian | Saturday May 9, 2015
The Union Sports Ministry has ordered that a medical board be set up to investigate the suicide attempt by four teenage athletes at a hostel run by the Sports Authority of India in Kerala.
India News | Press Trust of India | Friday May 8, 2015
The budding rowing athlete, who died after consuming a poisonous fruit in an apparent suicide pact with her three colleagues, had apologised to her mother for taking the extreme step following alleged harassment by seniors at Sports Authority of India centre in Kerala.
India News | Reported by Sneha Mary Koshy, Edited by Deepshikha Ghosh | Friday May 8, 2015
As three young athletes recover after consuming poisoned fruit in an alleged suicide pact at a government-run sports training institute in Kerala - a fourth girl died on Wednesday - their seniors have denied allegations that they harassed the girls.
SupritaDas | Thursday May 7, 2015
The suicide of a 15-year-old rower at Kerala's Water Sports Centre brings into focus the issue of women's safety in sports hostels in India. Three more athletes are in critical condition. The case is being investigated by the Kerala Police Crime Branch.
Press Trust of India | Thursday May 7, 2015
Police said the suicide note signed by the four teenaged SAI athletes mentions that "small mistakes" committed by them had been blown up by seniors of the Water Sports Training Centre.
Cheat Sheet | Reported by Sneha Mary Koshy, Edited by Deepshikha Ghosh | Friday May 8, 2015
A 15-year-old athlete died on Wednesday and three more are critical and on pacemakers after consuming poisonous fruit in an apparent suicide pact at a government-run sports training institute in Kerala.
Kerala News | NDTV.com | Thursday May 7, 2015
A 15-year-old athlete has died and three more are critical after consuming poisonous fruit in an alleged suicide pact at a sports training institute in Kerala's Alappuzha.
Press Trust of India | Thursday May 7, 2015
The Sports Ministry swung into action by ordering an inquiry and directing SAI Director General Injeti Srinivas to rush to Kerala for an on the spot assessment.
Kerala News | Press Trust of India | Monday February 23, 2015
The sprawling Games Village in Thiruvananthapuram, which won wide applause from athletes and sports officials during the recently concluded 35th National Games, is likely to be retained as such, as part of the state government's legacy plan.
NDTVSports | Tuesday February 3, 2015
Mohanlal and his band had been under fire for allegedly giving a poor performance during the opening ceremony of the National Games despite heavily charging the Kerala government.
Press Trust of India | Monday February 2, 2015
Haryana dominated the proceedings on the opening day and finished on top of the medals table with six gold and a silver medal, followed by hosts Kerala (two gold, one silver and two bronze) and Madhya Pradesh (two gold and three bronze medals).
NDTVSports | Saturday November 1, 2014
FC Pune City vs Kerala Blasters FC, Indian Super League (ISL) - live score, news updates, live football match report and result from Shree Shiv Chhatrapati Sports Complex Stadium on Friday.
Indo-AsianNews Service | Thursday October 9, 2014
Quarter-miler Tintu Luka, who won one gold and silver, would get Rs.25 lakh and her coach PT Usha would get Rs 2 lakh.
South | Indo-Asian News Service | Tuesday September 23, 2014
Two national sports academies for athletics and golf were inaugurated in Thiruvananthapuram on Monday by Sports Minister Sarbananda Sonowal.
South | Sneha Mary Koshy | Wednesday November 13, 2013
The members of the Pranamam Arts and Sports Club took up the idea of collecting donor pledges after they lost a fellow-member due to kidney failure.