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Its been more than a year now that the world has been unsettled by Covid-19. The sport fraternity also faced the brunt. Football leagues, the IPL and the Olympics with other leagues have been either postponed, suspended or cancelled altogether over this phase. Many events couldn’t escape the clutches of the dreaded virus affecting them on an extent never imagined.
“Necessity is the mother of invention”- this phrase is applicable in every walk of life, yes, even in sports. When the dreaded virus struck the world of sports, we did manage to adjust to it and resume activities, but such is its effect, that there always is a risk factor associated. As Covid-19 cases continue to spiral now amidst its second wave, the country’s sporting fraternity is getting hit badly with more and more athletes and coaches getting infected in major cities like Bengaluru, Delhi and Patiala. The global economic slump caused by the Covid-19 pandemic could alter the sports industry in ways unthinkable. Some sports will be hit harder than others. The economic framework of international cricket is likely to change and lower-ranked nations will face a crisis in funds. Sports like hockey face a questionable future.
After a lot of hits and misses, Yuvraj Singh Lamba came up with flying colours in Trap Shooting.
Here is his journey in his own words:
Betting if you look at it is not bad if humans are able to control their hubris and vices but there are many instances when betting turns into a vicious cycle that engulfs the life of the person involved in the oblivion of his own doing similar to a cocaine addict.
The Indian Premier League is all about drama, both on and off the field. However, a lot of drama has already unfolded even before the tournament has commenced.
As if 2020 wasn’t strange enough, fans will see their favourite teams battle it out in the scorching heat of the UAE. It would be the first time since 2014 that IPL will be played on foreign soil, and only the third time in its thirteen-season history (South Africa hosted the 2009 IPL).
Gaming in India has always been prevalent, so much so that it has caused the Mahabharata in the “Dwapara Yuga” (around 3137 B.C) when a game of “Chausar” turned sour between the Kauravas and the Pandavas. Games are always used as a tool to develop motor skills, improve concentration, and stamina. Over the years, the basic nature of games has changed from playing in a field – where you fight not only your opponent but also Mother Nature – to gaming parlours where you play in a dark A.C. room with neon lights around you.