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Korea Open Grand Prix: P Kashyap advances to semifinals

Commonwealth Games champion P Kashyap has advanced to the semifinals of the Korea Open Grand Prix Gold badminton tournament. At Jeju, Korea, today, he overcame the host nation’s Jeon Hyeok Jin in a three-game thriller. Kashyap defeated sixth seed Jin 18-21, 21-8, 21-16 in a nearly one-hour men’s singles contest. The London Olympics quarter-finalist will … Continue reading Korea Open Grand Prix: P Kashyap advances to semifinals

Men’s Junior Hockey World Cup: India beat Canada, 4-0

India beat Canada, 4-0, in their opening group match of Men’s Junior Hockey World Cup in Lucknow yesterday evening. Mandeep Singh, Harmanpreet Singh, Varun Kumar and Ajit Pandey were the goal scorers as India topped Pool-D after the first day. Earlier in the other Pool-D game, England had defeated South Africa, 4-2. In Pool-C, New … Continue reading Men’s Junior Hockey World Cup: India beat Canada, 4-0

IndvsEng: Vijay, Pujara lead India’s strong reply after Eng post 400

In the fourth cricket Test against England in Mumbai, replying to visitors’ first innings score of 400 runs, India were 146 for one at close of play on the second day today. Murali Vijay on 70 and Cheteshwar Pujara on 47 were at the cease. Lokesh Rahul was bowled by Moeen Ali for 24. Earlier, … Continue reading IndvsEng: Vijay, Pujara lead India’s strong reply after Eng post 400

SC allows BCCI to incur Rs 1.33 cr expenses for India-England Tests

  The Supreme Court has allowed the BCCI to incur expenses of Rs 1(point)33 crore for holding the remaining two cricket test matches between India and England scheduled at Mumbai and Chennai. A bench comprising Chief Justice T S Thakur, Justices A M Khanwilkar and D Y Chandrachud also allowed the BCCI to an incur … Continue reading SC allows BCCI to incur Rs 1.33 cr expenses for India-England Tests

Setting records Delhi Dynamos makes it to the playoffs

harpal singh bedi/ AMN/ Delhi Dynamos has secured its second consecutive spot at the playoffs of the Hero Indian Super league , winning five of its fourteen games, drawing six games and losing only three . in the process they became the only side this season, who remained unbeaten at home. Delhi started its campaign … Continue reading Setting records Delhi Dynamos makes it to the playoffs

Dynamos Souvik tops chart; Indians share equal ‘on-field’ time in ISL 2016

harpal singh bedi/ New Delhi Indian players have done well for themselves in the Hero Indian Super League with Delhi Dynamos defender Souvik Chakraborty emerging as the only player to feature in every minute of the league stage so far. Souvik, who has been part of Delhi since the inception in 2014, has played 1260 … Continue reading Dynamos Souvik tops chart; Indians share equal ‘on-field’ time in ISL 2016

Hockey: Malaysia hope to make World Cup opportunity count

harpal singh bedi/ New Delhi/ Malaysia today hoped of making the best of the opportunity at the y Junior hockey World Cup to be played at the Major Dhyan Chand Stadium Lucknow from 8 December.. Malaysian team’s recent performance at the Sultan of Johor Cup was encouraging and they will be aiming at improving their … Continue reading Hockey: Malaysia hope to make World Cup opportunity count

Faisal Qamar of Rajasthan wins U-19 individual title

Harpal Singh Bedi /Noida Faisal Qamar of St. Joseph Public School in Tonk, Rajasthan, outlasted Chinmaya of Sarla Devi School, Noida, 6-4, 6-4, to win the Gold in the Boys U-19 individual category in the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) national tennis championship here today.  Jennifer of Little Angels School, Sonipat, Haryana, was crowned … Continue reading Faisal Qamar of Rajasthan wins U-19 individual title

Renowned coaches bite dust in ISL this season

Harpal Singh Bedi /New Delhi/ The trio of renowned coaches Zico, Marco Materazzi and Antonio Habas failed to motivate their teams as FC Goa and Chennaiyin FC finished at the bottom while FC Pune City failed again in the Hero Indian Super League . The failure of these high profile coaches to take their teams … Continue reading Renowned coaches bite dust in ISL this season

Indian Women’s team win Asia Cup Twenty-20

In Cricket, the Indian Women’s team today lifted the Asia Cup Twenty-20 tournament after defeated arch-rivals Pakistan by 17 runs in the final played at Bangkok. Opting to bat, India had posted 121 for 5 in the stipulated 20 overs riding on opener Mithali Raj’s unbeaten 73. Then, with the ball, the Women in Blue … Continue reading Indian Women’s team win Asia Cup Twenty-20

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Mallya case: India gives fresh set of documents to UK

AMN India has given a fresh set of papers to the UK in the extradition case of businessman Vijay Mallya. Ex ...