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25 Bangalore: Olympic bronze medallist boxer, M C Mary Kom on wednesday said she would soon start full-time preparations for next year`s Rio Olympics and expressed confidence of winning a gold in the mega sporting event. "I want to win a gold medal
23 Kuala Lumpur: Indian ace Saina Nehwal's poor form in the international arena continued as she lost to Japan's Minatsu Mitani 21-19 22-24 19-21 in a hard-fought three-game battle in her opening match of the BWF Superseries Finals here on tuesday.
49 Australia are well prepared and ready to take on defending champions Germany in the Hockey Junior World Cup quarter-final at the Major Dhyan Chand National Stadium here Thursday. "It is a happy moment for the boys to have entered the quarter-
53 Rangdajied United FC delivered arguably the greatest comeback of this season's Airtel I-League coming back from two goals down to beat Pune FC 3-2 triumph at the JN Stadium here Wednesday evening. It went down to the wire and there were
38 Kolkata: India captain Sunil Chhetri fired in a double to help Bengaluru FC overcome a stiff away challenge from Mohammedan Sporting in a thrilling 3-2 win in round 13 that consolidated their I-League lead. John Menoyngar put the I-League
26 Kolkata: A spirited Mohun Bagan rode on a C S Sabeeth second-half strike to hold Mumbai FC 1-1 in a round 13 I-League fixture at the Kalyani Stadium here on wednesday. Having come here with a two-match winning run against Pune FC and East Bengal,
13 New Delhi: At 18, Gurjinder Singh was a hockey multi-millionaire, never mind he was paid less than half the amount he was entitled to for playing in the lone edition of the World Series Hockey (WSH) last year. Now the drag-flicker is not
Prasanna, whose contribution to the middle order batting of the Tamil Nadu team, cannot be underestimated, talks about his long and short-term goals R. Prasanna, in more ways than one, is a different kettle of fish when compared to many of his Tamil
00 New Delhi: Hockey India Secretary General Narinder Batra on Monday took moral "responsibility" for the country`s early ouster from the Hero FIH Junior Men`s World Cup and apologised to the fans for letting them down.
Politicians and businessmen heading sports bodies are causing harm to the games and should leave their running to sportpersons, the Supreme Court said on Thursday while expressing concern over the standard of hockey falling to an abysmal low in the