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Sindhu and TT players Akula Sreeja and Naina Jaiswal made it a memorable Sunday for the sports fraternity with their title triumphs in the Macau Open Badminton Championship and the Fajr Cup Table Tennis Championship in Iran, respectively Hyderabad's
PV Sindhu won the Macau Open Grand Prix Gold badminton tournament title on Sunday, defeating Michelle Li of Canada in straight games 21-15, 21-12. The world championship bronze medallist lived up to her top billing at the tournament in Macau.
They defied the weather and the cold on a Sunday morning and the hit the road. Participants of the 12th Hyderabad 10K Run, numbering a mammoth 10,000, demonstrated their grit in staying fit, while having a go at some fun too. And while the Indian
The Bombay High Court on Wednesday asked Sports Authority of India and the Union Government to conduct an inquiry to find out why badminton player Prajakta Sawant was not picked up in the Indian team for international matches.
Alluri Siril Verma gains stardom by winning Asian Under-15 badminton singles title He is back at the venue Pullela Gopi Chand Academy where he learnt the basics of badminton. And, for someone who is dreaming to emulate the feats of his idol and guru',
The Bombay High Court on Tuesday directed Badminton Association of India (BAI) to file an affidavit indicating the performance of those shuttlers selected for the national team to participate in upcoming international tournaments.
11 Odense (Denmark): Rejuvenated after a one and a half month break following the IBL, defending champion Saina Nehwal will now eye her maiden title of the season when she competes at the USD 400,000 Denmark Super Series Premier which begins with
Embattled shuttler Jwala Gutta on Friday said she might miss out of playing in next month`s China Open as the Badminton Association of India (BAI) didn`t send her entry for the Super Series Premier event by the stipulated October 8 deadline.
Lingeswara Rao who won bronze medals in singles and doubles competition in the plus 45 years category of the World badminton seniors championships held in Ankara...Lingeswara Rao, city shuttler, won two bronze medals at the senior World Badminton
Terming last month`s Indian Badminton League as a game-changer, former doubles specialist Sanjay Sharma said it would benefit the young generation of Indian shuttlers a lot. "IBL is the real, big game-changer that has happened in the badminton