Tag Archives: England

The relevance of Commonwealth Games in modern times

Scotland is hosting the Commonwealth Games (CWG) for the third time this year, having previously hosted them at Edinburgh in 1970 and 1986. The current edition of the games got off to a good start and has fared well so … Continue reading

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Mix Sports and Politics: Sporting initiatives as potent tool for South Asian integration

Almost a year back, talking about India-United States partnership at the Bombay Stock Exchange, the US Vice President Joe Biden said, “As an Irish American, it pleased my heart to see you beat England (at sports of course!)”. Those words, … Continue reading

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Brazil’s failure to host Olympics would be a failure of Olympism

The onus of a miserable performance by a student does not rest only on him/her, but also on the professors who failed to adequately motivate and sincerely support him/her. This opinion has also been echoed by several of professors I … Continue reading

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