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Star players Parupalli Kashyap and Jwala Gutta failed to create magic as India were blanked 0-3 by a dominant England in the mixed team semifinals of badminton competitions at the Commonwealth Games, here Sunday.
Shooters are big medal prospects for India expectations will be high when they take aim at the Commonwealth Games on Sunday. Four shooters in double trap, Ankur Mittal and Mohammed Asab will vie for a medal-winninf spot. Badminton stars and table
P V Sindhu suffered a three-game loss against Michelle Li in the women`s singles but the Indian badminton team still managed to advance to the semifinals of the mixed team championship after defeating Canada 3-1 at the 20th Commonwealth Games, here.
With defending champion Saina Nehwal skipping the 20th Commonwealth Games, India will be pinning their hopes on P.V. Sindhu, Parupalli Kashyap and the pair of Jwala Gutta and Ashwini Ponnappa to repeat their success in badminton that they achieved
46 Zee Media Bureau New Delhi: Indian badminton star, Saina Nehwal pulls out of the Glasgow Commonwealth Games. The defending champions is yet to recover from the blisters she had sustained during the Australian Open Super Series winning campaign.
With Saina Nehwal and PV Sindhu going great guns, India would surely end with a rich haul of medals in the upcoming Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, asserted India's badminton doubles specialist Jwala Gutta. We will clinch a good number of medals as
Ace shuttler Jwala Gutta Wednesday said India is in dire need of second formidable doubles pair after her and Ashwini Ponnappa in order to pose serious challenge at the team championships. "We have long been talking about this, the country needs a
A series of big-ticket events, including the 2009 World championship and the ongoing prestigious Thomas and Uber Cup Finals, has firmly established India on world badminton scene in less than a decade. The Badminton Association of India now says it
Ace shuttler Saina Nehwal cruised into the women`s singles quarterfinals of the USD 750,000 Indonesia Open Super Series even as India`s challenge ended in the women`s doubles event with the ouster of Jwala Gutta and Ashwini Ponnappa, here on Thursday.
Spirited display by India could not hide the fact that there is lack of depth in the squad as they went down 2-3 to Japan in the Uber Cup semi-finals, here on Friday night...Cheered by the home crowd, who backed the Indian girls throughout the five-