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CAMP BEGINS FOR THE FINAL – 40 AT HINDUSTAN ZINC FOOTBALL ACADEMY

To nurture the talent pool of aspiring footballers and to create expert & licensed Football Coaches in rural & tribal areas… Hindustan Zinc sets-up up India’s first, below 12 years, international level residential ‘Hindustan Zinc Football Academy’ in Udaipur. The Academy is going at the grass-root level to select 40 talented ... Read More »

Dhoni plays down criticism, says everybody has views in life

Dubai : Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s voice had the usual air of calm as he played down criticism and calls for his retirement from T20 Internationals, saying “everybody has their own views in life”. A few former India cricketers, including Ajit Agarkar, recently raised questions about Dhoni’s T20 future, creating quite a storm ... Read More »

Closing ceremony of the 59th All India Railway Wrestling Championship

Today, Closing ceremony of the 59th Indian Railway wrestling championship was organized in the Zonal Railway Training Institute, Udaipur, The General Manager of North West Railway Shri TP Singh was the chief guest of the function. on this occasion DRM and President, Ajmer Divisional Sports Association Shri Puneet Chawla , ... Read More »

Venus Williams heads back to Sydney after 20 years

Sydney : Evergreen Venus Williams will headline the Sydney International in January to kick off her 2018 season, returning to the tournament after a 20-year absence. The American veteran, 37, shows no signs of slowing down and enjoyed one of her best seasons this year, making the final of Wimbledon and ... Read More »

Srikanth, Prannoy lose; Pranaav-Sikki in semis of Japan Open

TOKYO: India’s Kidambi Srikanth crashed out in the quarterfinals of the Japan Open Super Series after losing to recently-crown world champion Viktor Axelsen of Denmark but mixed doubles pair of Pranaav Jerry Chopra and N Sikki Reddy advanced to the semifinals, here today. The 25-year-old from Guntur, who clinched back-to-back titles at Indonesia and Australia, couldn’t curb his simple errors ... Read More »

PV Sindhu beats Nozomi Okuhara to win Korea Open Super Series

NEW DELHI: India’s PV Sindhu won her third Super Series title beating Nozomi Okuhara 22-20, 11-21, 21-18 in the women’s singles final of the Korea Open in a thrilling encounter in Seoul on Sunday. Sindhu, who had lost to Okuhara in an epic World Badminton Championships final three weeks back, got the better of the eighth ... Read More »