OGQ to support recurve archers Laxmirani Majhi, Mangal Champia
OGQ to support recurve archers Laxmirani Majhi, Mangal Champia

Olympic Gold Quest, the not for profit organisation founded by sports legends Geet Sethi and Prakash Padukone, announced today that it will be supporting recurve archers Laxmirani Majhi and Olympian Mangal Champia in the lead up to next year's Rio Olympics.

My mother inspires me the most: Deepika Padukone
My mother inspires me the most: Deepika Padukone

Actress Deepika Padukone, who was last seen as a caring and selfless daughter in this year's hit movie ‘Piku’, says it's her mother who keeps the family together and inspires her.

Deepika Padukone remembers father in 'lungi' to recapture memories
Deepika Padukone remembers father in 'lungi' to recapture memories

Actress Deepika Padukone, who plays a “chaotic” daughter in forthcoming comedy-drama film ‘Piku’, says whenever she tries to recall her fondest memories with her father, ace shuttler Prakash Padukone, she thinks of him in a lungi.

Olympic Gold Quest to support junior archers Sanjay Boro, Atul Verma
Olympic Gold Quest to support junior archers Sanjay Boro, Atul Verma

Junior archers Sanjay Boro and Atul Verma are all set to get support from the Olympic Gold Quest (OGQ), a not-for-profit organisation co-founded by sports legends Geet Sethi and Prakash Padukone.

Saina Nehwal was in tears after losing close matches: Vimal Kumar
Saina Nehwal was in tears after losing close matches: Vimal Kumar

A series of losses against top shuttlers had left Saina Nehwal in tears but the Indian ace showed tremendous drive and hunger to achieve the World No.1 status, former national coach Vimal Kumar said here on Saturday.

Saina Nehwal has achieved three great things this year: Uday Pawar
Saina Nehwal has achieved three great things this year: Uday Pawar

India's ace shuttler Saina Nehwal had achieved three memorable feats this year enroute to her gaining the coveted and unprecedented World No.1 status on Saturday, said former international Uday Pawar.

President, PM congratulate Saina Nehwal on becoming World No. 1
President, PM congratulate Saina Nehwal on becoming World No. 1

President Pranab Mukherjee and Prime Miniter Narendra Modi on Saturday congratulated Saina Nehwal on becoming the first Indian women to become world's number one badminton player.

Saina Nehwal creates history, becomes first Indian woman player to become World No. 1
Saina Nehwal creates history, becomes first Indian woman player to become World No. 1

India's ace shuttler Saina Nehwal on Saturday became the first woman badminton player from the country to be ranked number one in the world.

All England Championship final: Saina Nehwal ​vs Carolina Marin - As it happened...
All England Championship final: Saina Nehwal ​vs Carolina Marin - As it happened...

On International Women's Day, Carolina Marin became the first Spanish player to win the Wimbledon of badminton, All England Championship. Heart-break from the Indians as Saina Nehwal failed to live-up to the huge expectations. Marin won in three sets 17-21; 21-15; 21-7. It's her first BWF Superseries title, and many more to come. She is also the reigning World and European champion.

Kidambi Srikanth is World No. 4 in BWF ranking
Kidambi Srikanth is World No. 4 in BWF ranking

Young Kidambi Srikanth continued his meteoric rise in world badminton as he ended the season by becoming only the third Indian male shuttler to break into the top-five, reaching a career-high fourth after hovering in the 40s in the beginning of the year.

I have seen everything in the last ten years: MS Dhoni
I have seen everything in the last ten years: MS Dhoni

Young Kidambi Srikanth continued his meteoric rise in world badminton as he ended the season by becoming only the third Indian male shuttler to break into the top-five, reaching a career-high fourth after hovering in the 40s in the beginning of the year.

Must have separate camp for doubles: Prakash Padukone
Must have separate camp for doubles: Prakash Padukone

India should consider having a separate camp for doubles badminton players to improve the standard in this format, feels legendary shuttler Prakash Padukone.

Check out: Deepika Padukone plays badminton on 'Piku' sets!
Check out: Deepika Padukone plays badminton on 'Piku' sets!

The current number one actress in Bollywood, Deepika Padukone is one talented soul, hands down. The leggy lass, who is the proud progeny of ace badminton player Prakash Padukone, recently took to photo-sharing site Instagram and posted some fun pictures.

Doting daughter Deepika Padukone to show 'Finding Fanny' to parents?
Doting daughter Deepika Padukone to show 'Finding Fanny' to parents?

The current number one actress in B-Town, Deepika Padukone is not loved by her fans for nothing. Her choice of films, and the various characters she has portrayed so far on screen, have always brought the freshness we long for. Well, the actress being a family person, has now decided to show her upcoming film 'Finding Fanny' to her parents too.

Deepika Padukone to attend celebrity badminton league event?
Deepika Padukone to attend celebrity badminton league event?

New Delhi; Bollywood is taking huge interest in sports these days. Besides producing biopics on sports personalities, a number of people from the fraternity are busy promoting their sports franchises.

CWG 2014: Parupalli Kashyap wins gold in men`s singles badminton after 32 years

Parupalli Kashyap today etched his name firmly in the history books by becoming the first Indian male shuttler in 32 years to win a gold medal in the Commonwealth Games here on Sunday.

Prakash Padukone not in favour of five-game scoring system

Former badminton star Prakash Padukone today voiced his reluctance to the idea of changing the existing three-game format to explore the Badminton World Federation`s (BWF) proposal of five games of 11 points each.

Badminton talent hunt for children in Bangalore

Following its success here last year, Tata Capital and the Prakash Padukone Badminton Academy (PPBA) have come together to launch this year`s edition of `Tata Capital Super Shuttlers` talent hunt for children in the 8-15 age group in Bangalore.

Have put behind controversial London Games loss, says Manoj

The controversial quarterfinal loss in the London Olympics still rankles him, but Indian boxer Manoj Kumar insists he has put it behind him and concentrating on future challenges which include the upcoming Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.

No co-stars can beat Deepika in badminton

Actress Deepika Padukone, daughter of former India badminton great Prakash Padukone, says all her co-stars - be it Shah Rukh Khan or Ranbir Kapoor - have challenged her to a game, and lost!