Street Photography : Kid on a bicycle


Well this kid (Aman) is a rockstar, he sat there patiently on his bicycle while I was clicking him from all nooks and corners. Following the shoot he was really enthused about checking the results on my cam and told me about some of the shots he liked most. Here’s one of them for youContinue reading “Street Photography : Kid on a bicycle”

Tennis ace Serena Williams crashes wedding in leopard swimsuit


Ace tennis star Serena Williams alongwith fellow tennis mate Caroline Wozniacki crashed a wedding in Miami, Florida according to USA Today. Incidentally when both Williams and Wozniacki were hanging out together they came across a beachside wedding to which Williams couldn’t resist the urge to gate crash. However Williams was dressed slightly awkward in aContinue reading “Tennis ace Serena Williams crashes wedding in leopard swimsuit”

7 players suspended over match fixing allegations in #Bangladesh Premier League


ICC has provisionally suspended these players and given them a period of 14 days to plead guilty or innocent. If proven guilty these players may face life ban. Source: Thehindu Image courtesy: TheNation

Witness the world of a wave surfer with photographs of Lucia Griggi


The magic in a photograph is created when all light, composition and moment align with each other. The task of capturing a magical photograph is nothing short of a challenge and continues to stay elusive to the photographer. When getting such a photograph is a challenge for photographer on dry ground then it’s easy toContinue reading “Witness the world of a wave surfer with photographs of Lucia Griggi”

BBC to air select Wimbledon matches in 3D this year


  The BBC is going ahead with its plans to broadcast some selected Wimbledon matches in 3D. The BBC is taking the endeavour as part of a two-year trial of the 3D technology. In the beginning, only semi-finals and finals have been singled out for airing. The service can be accessed by anyone with aContinue reading “BBC to air select Wimbledon matches in 3D this year”

Bulls confirm reports of signing Mike Dunleavy in a multi-year contract


The Bulls have confirmed multiple reports of signing unrestricted free agent forward Mike Dunleavy in a multi-year contract. ESPN.com and the Journal-Sentinel have both reported on Monday that Dunleavy, who was playing for the last two seasons with the Bucks is going to sign a two-year contract worth $6 million with the Bulls. The ChicagoContinue reading “Bulls confirm reports of signing Mike Dunleavy in a multi-year contract”

Roger Federer asked to take off orange sole shoes at Wimbledon


Within just 69 minutes of their use by Roger Federer in his match against Victor Hanescu, Federer has been asked by Wimbledon authorities to not wear the orange sole Nike shoes. The reason behind the directive is the strict adherence of all-white dress code at the sporting event. Though Kevin Anderson also wore Lotto shoesContinue reading “Roger Federer asked to take off orange sole shoes at Wimbledon”

French footballers Ribery and Benzema under trial on charges of soliciting underage prostitute


Real Madrid striker Karim Benzema and married Bayern Munich midfielder Franck Ribery are to face trial on charges of paying Zahia Dehar, an underage prostitute at that time about 16-17 years old for sex on April 7, 2010. None of the footballers and Dehar has showed up in court on Tuesday and the trial hasContinue reading “French footballers Ribery and Benzema under trial on charges of soliciting underage prostitute”

NBA Playoffs: Heat gains a 2-1 lead over Pacers in Game 3


It isn’t Indiana Pacers fault if they couldn’t see this version of Udonis Haslem coming. In fact there wasn’t any reason for it either.  Haslem has always performed well his role of being a veteran forward for his side. He had scored in single digits in six out of seven playoff games and helped finished for the Miami Heat beat theContinue reading “NBA Playoffs: Heat gains a 2-1 lead over Pacers in Game 3”

Bulls’ appalling defeat from Heat is “not the end of the world” according to Joakim Noah


For Joakim Noah, it’s all part of the game. “We didn’t play well, but it’s not the end of the world,” Noah said late Wednesday. “It’s 1-1 and it’s going to be a big Game 3 in Chicago.” The Bulls are now going to practice back home at the Berto Center on Thursday afternoon, andContinue reading “Bulls’ appalling defeat from Heat is “not the end of the world” according to Joakim Noah”