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Arunangsu Roy Chowdhury Indian men's singles player Anand Pawar and women's doubles pair of Jwala Gutta and Ashwini Ponnappa could not cross the first hurdle as all Indians playing in the qualifying round failed to enter the main draw of the All
Year-end figures of top-50 badminton earners based on the prize money awarded during the 2013 season for all Badminton World Federation tournaments point to a startling trend that ought to shake up the thinking of India's shuttle-playing community,
Top Indian women`s doubles pair of Jwala Gutta and Ashwini Ponnappa began their new season on a winning note as they entered the second round of the USD 600,000 Korea Open Super Series badminton tournament here Wednesday.
34 New Delhi: Young shuttlers PV Sindhu and Kidambi Srikanth notched up contrasting victories in the summit clashes to clinch the women`s and men`s titles respectively at the 78th Senior National Badminton Championships here on Monday.
02 New Delhi: India`s top doubles shuttler Jwala Gutta is planning to open a badminton academy in her home town, Hyderabad. The 2010 Commonwealth Games women's doubles gold medallist has long been known to be unhappy with the way the sport is run
ATS Inter State-Inter Zonal badminton championship here on Thursday. The defending champions never looked under pressure throughout the tournament at the Siri Fort Sports Complex and didn't break much sweat during the men's and women's finals against
Jwala Gutta and Ashwini Ponnappa made short work of their opponents KP Shruthi and Farah Mather of Kerala in the Womens Team competition of the 69th Senior Nationals. Indeed the nature of their 21-9 21-18 win was so facile that the Commonwealth Games
Former men`s national badminton champion Chetan Anand is aiming to use the Tata Open India International Challenge in progress here as the first step towards regaining top spot in the country after an ankle injury halted his career. "I am not looking
10 New Delhi: The Delhi High Court will now hear on March 3 the matter concerning lifetime ban on ace shuttler Jwala Gutta by the Badminton Association of India (BAI) for alleged indiscipline. A bench of justice V K Jain posted the matter for March
The Hindu India's premier badminton doubles player Jwala Gutta. File photo Sports Minister Jitendra Singh has responded to his senior colleague in the government, Veerappa Moily's letter to him in connection with Jwala Gutta's ongoing impasse with