GGMSSS-18 win Chandigarh Sub-Jr Girls Hockey

CHANDIGARH: Government Girls Model Senior Secondary School, Sector 18 emerged winners in the Chandigarh State Sub Junior Women Hockey Championship at the Sector 42 Hockey Stadium here. In the title clash, they blanked Government Model High School, Sector 25 by 6-0.

Pratyaksh Goel sole leader in Chandigarh Open FIDE Rating Chess

CHANDIGARH: Pratyaksh Goel of Chandigarh jumps into sole lead with 6 points after defeating Levanshu Khullar in the 6th round in the Chandigarh Open FIDE Rating Chess Championship   at Dr. Ambedkar Bhawan, Sector 37A, Chandigarh.

Indian women excel but still underpaid: Experts

CHANDIGARH: Women in India, though excelled in their talent but still underpaid and are deprived of being as leaders. Society and Corporate need to come forward to bridge the gaps between the genders for the national prosperity. Suggests experts during a conference themed on ‘Women Empowerment Leveraging Gender Diversity’ organised by PHD Chamber  today at PHD House, Sector 31, Chandigarh. The conference was designed to bring out strategic inputs to leverage gender diversity for the growth of organizations and businesses.

Pratyaksh and Jivitesh leading in Chandigharh Open Chess

CHANDIGARH: Pratyaksh Goel of Chandigarh, Jivitesh Singh of Uttrakhand were leading with four points in the Chandigrh Open Fide Rated Chess  after the end of round 4  at Dr. Ambedkar Bhawan, Sector 37A here today.

Indian women's hockey team lose 0-4 to Korea

JINCHEON (KOREA): The Indian women's hockey team lost 0-4 to hosts Republic of Korea in the third match here on Friday. India had earlier registered two back-to-back wins but could not muster a third win to end the Series on a sweet note. 

Shahan aims for double in X-30 National Championship

BENGALURU: Young Shahan Ali Mohsin will be the cynosure of all eyes as the X-30 class of the JK Tyre-FMSCI National Karting Championship gets under way at the Meco Kartopia on Saturday.

Was ready to walk away after WT20 controversy: Harmanpreet

NEW DELHI:  Harmanpreet Kaur, captain of the women's T20 India team, has revealed that she was "ready to walk away from the game" after the controversy that erupted in the 2018 Women's World T20 tournament.

23 players share lead in Chandigarh Open Fide rating chess

CHANDIGARH: Twenty three players, including local boy Gusain Himal and Mohana Sengupta from West Bengal, were sharing the lead with two points each after round two in the Chandigarh Open FIDE Rathing Chess Championship at Dr. Ambedkar Bhawan, Sector 37A here today.

Dipa will return to gymnastics when fully fit: Coach

KOLKATA:  With dark clouds hovering over Dipa Karmakar's participation at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, coach Bisweswar Nandi on Thursday said the gymnast was doing everything possible to return to action as soon as possible.

Favourites tag won't win India or England the WC: Shakib

NEW DELHI:  Hosts England and Team India have been touted as favourites to go the distance in the 2019 edition of the World Cup in England and Wales. But Bangladesh all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan is keen to remind all that cricket is a game that is played on the field and not on paper.

33rd Usha JTP's first camp concludes

 NEW DELHI: The first camp of the Usha Junior Training Programme (JTP) for Golf 2019 concluded on Wednesday at the Delhi Golf Club with Anas, Riya Chaudhary, Aarit Malhotra, Yashviraaj Mahajan, Hridaan Wahal, Swastic Goel and Abheiu Gandotra taking away the maximum number of prizes across various categories.

Vijay Amritraj urges Indian players to make it count

NEW DELHI:  It is safe to say that India has never produced a tennis player quite like Vijay Amritraj. Over two decades have passed since he hung up his boots, but Amritraj's highest singles ranking of 18 remains the best among Indian players in the Open era.

CFI felicitates Indian junior cyclists

NEW DELHI: Cycling Federation of India felicitated Indian junior cyclists in a grand ceremony here in Delhi today. India  won four gold, four silver and two bronze and topped the medal tally beating world top riders of China, Korea, Japan, Kazakhstan and 22 countries of Asia, in the recently held Asian Track Cycling Championships 2019 held in Jakarta, Indonesia.

5 Reasons why Australia will not win the Cricket World Cup

Australia has always been seen as the strongest contenders for the World Cup Title but they are not the favorites anymore this World Cup.

Manipur Police SC oust Gokulam Kerala from Hero IWL

LUDHIANA: Manipur Police made their way to the 2018-19 Hero Indian Women’s League Final after a thrilling performance that saw them beat Gokulam Kerala FC 4-2 despite being one player down for almost the entirety of the second half at the Guru Nanak Stadium, here on Monday, reports AIFF.

Moscow to host 2019 Hyndai Archery World Cup Final

LAUSANNE (SWITZERLAND): It will be the first international archery event to take place in Russia since the 1980 Olympic Games.This year’s Hyundai Archery World Cup Final will take place on 6-7 September in Red Square in the centre of Moscow, it has been announced, reports World Archery.

Kedhar Jadhav declared fit, no changes in India WC squad

NEW DELHI:  All-rounder Kedar Jadhav, who had sustained a shoulder injury during the recently concluded edition of the Indian Premier League (IPL) has been declared fit, ensuring no changes will be made to the 15-member India squad for the upcoming World Cup beginning May 30 in England and Wales.

Cricketer Asif Ali's daughter dies of cancer

NEW DELHI: Pakistan batsman Asif Ali's two-year-old daughter Noor Fatima, who was suffering from stage four cancer, breathed her last at a hospital in the US.

Shastri has done wonders by making Kohli the boss: Gaekwad

KOLKATA:  Rating each bowler a match winner, former India coach Anshuman Gaekwad said the kind of options this team is blessed with, India never had going into a World Cup.

Tried copying Smriti Mandhana, didn't work: Riyan Parag

JAIPUR: Seventeen-year-old batsman Riyan Parag, who rose to fame after he helped Rajasthan Royals beat Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) in one of their fixtures in the recently concluded Indian Premier League (IPL), has admitted he admires leading woman batter Smriti Mandhana and tries to copy her style of batting.


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