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Malaysia replaces Pakistan in the Junior Hockey World cup

In a surprise move the International Hockey Federation (FIH) has announced Malaysia as a replacement for the Pakistan in the Junior Hockey World Cup to be held in Lucknow from December 8. The FIH took this strong decision of not allowing Pakistan to participate in the tournament because of the Pakistan Hockey Federation’s (PHF) inability … Continue reading Malaysia replaces Pakistan in the Junior Hockey World cup

Viarat Kohli moves up to 3rd spot in ICC rankings

Indian captain Virat Kohli has moved up to a career-best third place in the latest ICC Rankings for test batsmen following his useful contribution in India’s eight-wicket win over England in the third Test at Mohali that helped the hosts have a 2-0 lead in the five-match cricket series. Virat Kohli had scored 62 and … Continue reading Viarat Kohli moves up to 3rd spot in ICC rankings

Sachin Singh wins gold at the AIBA Youth World Championships

In boxing, Sachin Singh became the third Indian boxer ever to bag gold at the AIBA Youth World Championships. In the 49 kg weight class, Sachin recorded a stunning unanimous victory over Cuban national champion Jorge Grinan in the summit clash at St Peterburg, Russia. Sachin outpunched his more fancied rival 5-0 to record a … Continue reading Sachin Singh wins gold at the AIBA Youth World Championships

PV Sindhu, Sameer Verma lose in final of Hong Kong Open

In Badminton, Rio Olympics silver medallist PV Sindhu and Sameer Verma have lost their respective Singles Final matches of the Hong Kong Open Super Series tournament. While Sindhu lost to fourth seed Tai Tzu Ying of Chinese Taipei, 15-21, 17-21, Sameer went down fighting local favourite Ng Ka Long Angus, 14-21, 21-10, 11-21. It was … Continue reading PV Sindhu, Sameer Verma lose in final of Hong Kong Open

Mohali Test: England 78/4 at stumps on day 3

India are on course for yet another comprehensive victory, outclassing England on all counts in the third Cricket Test at Mohali. The visitors were reeling at 78 for four, at stumps on Day 3, still trailing by 56 runs with 6 wickets remaining in their second innings. Joe Root survived the day with 36 not … Continue reading Mohali Test: England 78/4 at stumps on day 3

Sindhu, Sameer to play in Hong Kong Open final today

In the Hong Kong Open Super Series Badminton tournament, Rio Olympics silver medallist PV Sindhu and national champion Sameer Verma will play in the Finals today. In the women’s singles event, newly crowned China Open champion Sindhu will take on Chinese Taipei’s Tai Tzu Ying, seeded fourth, to lay claim for her second super series … Continue reading Sindhu, Sameer to play in Hong Kong Open final today

M C Mary Kom to receive “Legends Award” on Dec 20

Indian boxer M C Mary Kom is all set to add another honour to her glittering career. She will receive the ‘Legends Award’ from the International Boxing Association (AIBA) on its 70th anniversary on December 20. An Olympic bronze-medallist and a five-time world champion, Mary Kom is also Rajya Sabha MP now. Mary Kom is … Continue reading M C Mary Kom to receive “Legends Award” on Dec 20

Sindhu surpasses Saina in badminton world rankings

AMN / Olympic silver medalist P V Sindhu has entered the top 10 in the latest BWF world rankings Surpassing SAINA NEHWAL record. Sindhu, who clinched the China Open last week, jumped two places to grab the ninth spot. However, former World No. 1 Saina Nehwal has crashed out of the elite bracket. Saina who … Continue reading Sindhu surpasses Saina in badminton world rankings

India beat Malaysia 4-2, to chalk out first win of the Tournament

Melbourne/ India outplayed Malaysia 4-2 in their round robin encounter at the 4 Nations Invitational hockey Tournament here today.  Nikkin Thimmaiah (two) Rupinder Pal and Akashdeep (one each) scored for the winners. Faizal Saari and Shahril Saabah ( one each ) reduced the margin for Malaysia.. India, dominated the proceeding in the first quarter of … Continue reading India beat Malaysia 4-2, to chalk out first win of the Tournament

Harjeet Singh to lead India in Hockey Junior World Cup

By Harpal Singh Bedi New Delhi: Hockey India today named Harjeet Singh the 20-year-old mid-fielder from Kurali in Punjab, as the Captain of the 18-member Indian junior men’s team who will be vying for top honours at the Hockey Junior World Cup slated to held at Lucknow from 8th December.. Defender Dipsan Tirkey will shoulder … Continue reading Harjeet Singh to lead India in Hockey Junior World Cup

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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 ...