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  • Dipa Karmakar Wins Bronze in Asian Gymnastics Championships

    Dipa Karmakar Wins Bronze in Asian Gymnastics Championships

    Dipa Karmakar, who won bronze in the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, finished with 14.725 points.

  • Rajat Chauhan in Gold Medal Hunt at World Archery Championships

    Rajat Chauhan in Gold Medal Hunt at World Archery Championships

    The 2014 Asian Games team gold medalist thrashed Camilo Cardona of Colombia 143-138 in a one-sided contest to set up a clash against local challenger Stephen Hansen in the final which will be held Saturday.

  • Mandeep Jhangra Confident Ahead Of Asian Championships

    Mandeep Jhangra Confident Ahead Of Asian Championships

    Mandeep Jhangra went to Australia as part of the Sports Ministry's Target Olympic Podium (TOP) scheme accompanied by his mentor Akhil Kumar, a former Commonwealth Games gold-medallist.

  • Respect Vijender Singh's Decision to Turn Pro: Mary Kom

    Respect Vijender Singh's Decision to Turn Pro: Mary Kom

    Vijender Singh, bronze medallist at the 2008 Olympics and two-time medal winner in Asian Games, announced last month that he was joining boxing promoting company Queensbury Promotions in a "landmark, four-year deal".

  • No Money, No time: Here's What is Slowing Down India's Fastest Swimmer

    No Money, No time: Here's What is Slowing Down India's Fastest Swimmer

    He was barely 17 when he became the youngest swimmer to represent India in an Olympics event at the 2008 Beijing Olympics and 19 when he ended a 24-year dry spell for the country by picking up a bronze medal in the 50-metre Butterfly category at the Asian Games.

  • Hockey World League Semifinal: Gurbaj Singh Completes his 200th International Cap

    Hockey World League Semifinal: Gurbaj Singh Completes his 200th International Cap

    The 26-year-old Gurbaj, who made his international debut in 2006 Doha Asian Games, is a regular member of national hockey team and has been a part of the team in various international tournaments.

  • Sarita Devi Confident of India Winning Two Boxing Medals in Rio Olympics

    Sarita Devi Confident of India Winning Two Boxing Medals in Rio Olympics

    Sarita Devi, who won silver and bronze medals in last year's Commonwealth and Asian Games, respectively, underwent a surgery in the right wrist and then had her rehabilitation in Bangalore with the help of Olympic Gold Quest (OGQ).

  • Defence Structure Needs to be Strengthened: Birendra Lakra

    Defence Structure Needs to be Strengthened: Birendra Lakra

    India beat France 3-2 in their opening match here on Saturday, but the Asian Games champions' defence was given a harrowing time by the fast overlapping French strikers, who capitalised on counters to stun them twice.

  • India, Your Hockey Team Has a Message for You. Pay Attention

    India, Your Hockey Team Has a Message for You. Pay Attention

    Our hockey team has done our country proud on several occasions - but have we failed them?

  • Last 2 Missing in Malaysian Earthquake Confirmed Dead

    Last 2 Missing in Malaysian Earthquake Confirmed Dead

    The death toll following a strong earthquake that jolted Malaysia's Mount Kinabalu last week has risen to 18 after the final two remaining victims who were unaccounted for were confirmed dead today.

  • Inderjeet Singh Wins Gold in Shotput in Asian Athletics Championships

    Inderjeet Singh Wins Gold in Shotput in Asian Athletics Championships

    Inderjeet Singh, who has already qualified for next year's Rio Olympic Games, became eighth Indian to bag the gold at the Asian Athletics Championships.

  • World No Tobacco Day Reminds us to Reaffirm Our Commitment to Reduce This Menace: PM Modi

    World No Tobacco Day Reminds us to Reaffirm Our Commitment to Reduce This Menace: PM Modi

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday said World No Tobacco Day was a day to "reaffirm our commitment" to reduce the menace of tobacco consumption.

  • Vikas Gowda Wins Bronze in Shanghai IAAF Diamond League

    Vikas Gowda Wins Bronze in Shanghai IAAF Diamond League

    ?National record holder Vikas Gowda, the 2014 Commonwealth Games gold medallist and Asian Games silver medal winner, will pocket $4000 for the third-place finish, besides earning one Diamond League point.

  • Vikas Gowda, Seema Punia Recommended for Khel Ratna by AFI

    Vikas Gowda, Seema Punia Recommended for Khel Ratna by AFI

    Commonwealth Games gold medallist discus thrower Vikas Gowda?and Seema Punia, who won a gold in the 2014 Incheon Asian Games, have been recommended by Athletics Federation of India for Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna.

  • Nepal Earthquake: Minute's Silence to be Observed Before AFC Games

    Nepal Earthquake: Minute's Silence to be Observed Before AFC Games

    Asian Football Confederation has decided to observe a minute's silence ahead of Tuesday's and Wednesday's AFC Cup matches in memory of those who lost their lives in the devastating earthquake in Nepal.

  • Vikas Gowda Wins Discus Event in USA

    Vikas Gowda Wins Discus Event in USA

    Vikas Gowda, the reigning Commonwealth Games champion and silver winner in 2014 Asian Games, added half a metrE more to his performance at Chula Vista a few days back where he had come up with a throw of 65.25m to qualify for World Championships in Beijing in August.

  • Women's Hockey: Indian Eves Finish Seventh in Hawke's Bay Cup

    Women's Hockey: Indian Eves Finish Seventh in Hawke's Bay Cup

    The India eves won their second consecutive game against Japan, after beating them in a bronze medal match at the 17th Asian Games last year.

  • Jitu Rai Wins Bronze at ISSF World Cup in Korea

    Jitu Rai Wins Bronze at ISSF World Cup in Korea

    An Asian and Commonwealth Games gold-medallist, Jitu aggregated a total of 181.1 points to finish third on the podium, missing out on the gold medal shoot-out by 0.4 points.

  • India's Cash-Strapped Ice Hockey Team Seeks Crowd Funding

    India's Cash-Strapped Ice Hockey Team Seeks Crowd Funding

    A crowd funding website set up by the national team says the sport receives government funding only to attend the Olympics or the Asian Games, and the players don't have the money to travel to Kuwait for next week's International Ice Hockey Federation Challenge Cup.

  • Sardar Singh, Saba Anjum Receive Padma Shri Award

    Sardar Singh, Saba Anjum Receive Padma Shri Award

    The 28-year-old Sardar Singh made his debut for the senior team against Pakistan in 2006 and since then he has played more than 200 international matches and has successfully contributed towards Indian hockey. Saba Anjum, on the other hand, was one of the most prominent forwards and represented India in the 2002 Asian Games, 2004 Asia Cup, Commonwe...

  • Lin Dan says he is Training Everyday in a Bid to Win Third Olympic Gold

    Lin Dan says he is Training Everyday in a Bid to Win Third Olympic Gold

    Considered to be the greatest singles player of all time, Lin had completed the 'Super Grand Slam', having won all nine major titles in the badminton world: Olympic Games, World Championships, World Cup, Thomas Cup, Sudirman Cup, Super Series Masters Finals, All England Open, Asian Games, and Asian Championships. He is the first and only player to ...

  • Suresh Kalmadi Inducted as Asian Athletics Association Life President

    Suresh Kalmadi Inducted as Asian Athletics Association Life President

    Suresh Kalmadi, who was jailed and later released on bail in connection with the 2010 Commonwealth Games scam, was nominated for the honorary post at the 80th Council Meeting of the AAA in Jakarta on March 12.

  • Dhanraj Pillay Calls for Indian Coach for the National Hockey Team

    Dhanraj Pillay Calls for Indian Coach for the National Hockey Team

    Dhanraj Pillay earned 339 international caps, and led India to the 1998 Asian Games gold and the 2003 Asia Cup win. He is the only player in the world to have played in four World Cups, four Olympics, four Champions Trophy and four Asian Games.

  • Indian Dead After Being Attacked by Nigerian Robbers

    Indian Dead After Being Attacked by Nigerian Robbers

    An Indian national, attacked by suspected robbers in Nigeria's capital city of Lagos earlier this month, has succumbed to his injuries in hospital, a media report said today.

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