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Deepanshu, Karan and Chahat hold spotlight in PU Swimming

CHANDIGARH: Deepanshu of   BKS College, Muhar and Karan Brar of Sri Guru Gobind Singh College, Sector-26, Chandigarh held the spotlight in the men's category in the Panjab University Inrer-College Swimming Championships for men and women at the PU Swimming Pool here today. Both won three gold medals each. However, Deepanshu credited himself of establishing two new meet records.

Amardip and M Dharma share lead in ONGC Masters 2017

Noida’s Amardip Sinh Malik fired a second straight six-under-66 to storm into the joint halfway lead along with Bengaluru’s M Dharma on day two of the ONGC Masters 2017. Malik and Dharma (69) were three ahead of the rest at 12-under-132 after the completion of round two at the Noida Golf Course.

Ira Sharma, Rajat, Abhishek and Nikita champs in NZ Badminton

Third seed Ira Sharma of Haryana and fourth seed Rajat Rathore of Rajasthan claimed the women's and men's singles titles, respectively, in the North Zone Inter-State Badminton Championships at the Panjab University Indoor Badminton Hall in Sector 14 here today.
Executing her strokes with power and precision Ira Sharma defeated fourth seed Ananya Goel of Delhi by 21-17 15-21 21-12 in the women's singles final..: Rajat Rathore outplayed Abhishek Saini of Chandigarh by 21-12 21-16 in the men's singles final.

Top seeds Oscar Bansal and Ishita Kumar upset in NZ Badminton

CHANDIGARH: Top seeds Oscar Bansal and Ishita Kumar Manchander, both of Chandigarh were toppled in the men's singles and girls under-19 singles semi-finals, respectively, in the Yonex Sunrise North Zone Inter-State Badminton Championships at the Panjab University Indoor Badminton Hall in Sector 14 here today.

Honey Baisoya in the driver’s seat with a seven-shot lead

NOIDA: Delhi’s Honey Baisoya was in the driver’s seat after round three of the PGTI Players Championship at Noida Golf Course as he pulled ahead by a substantial seven shots courtesy a fiery six-under-66 on Thursday. Baisoya, who totaled 15-under-201 for three days, is now well-placed for a successful title defence at the Rs. 30 lakh event.

Aman Raj blasts a 65 for the first round lead at Noida

Patna’s Aman Raj came up with a terrific seven-under-65 to take the lead in round one of the PGTI Players Championship at Noida Golf Course.
Delhi’s Honey Baisoya and Gurgaon-based Shivendra Singh Sisodia occupied tied second at six-under-66. 

Ashok Kumar, Vikrant Chopra hit the front on day one

Ashok Kumar of Delhi and Noida’s Vikrant Chopra returned flawless rounds of eight-under-62 at the Rambagh Golf Club on Wednesday to establish a two-shot lead in round one of the Jaipur Open 2017. Kolkata’s Divyanshu Bajaj occupied third at six-under-64 at the Rs. 30 lakh event.