Another Gold for India at Incheon Asian Games

After golds being somewhat sparse, India seems to be getting back into its stride, and has taken another gold at the Asian Games. This time, the gold medal was won at the men’s wrestling event at the 17th Asian Games. It has been many years since India has won a gold medal for wrestling, which […]

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This Week at the Asian Games

India had a good result with a gold on the first day of the Asian Games. The hopes of winning a large number of gold medals has somewhat faded for the Indian participants, however, the week at Incheon did end with some good results for the Indian players. After taking a gold medal on the […]

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Highlights of Day 2 at the Asian Games

Day 2 of the Asian Games had its ups and downs for the Indian sports teams. The day was packed with sporting action, and India did walk off with some medals with a highlight of the day coming from the men’s hockey team. The Indian shooting team has won a bronze medal in the Men’s […]

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Promoting Sports Among Students

There has been a move recently to promote competitive sports in India. It is expected that there is a huge untapped market of potential top quality sports professionals who simply need more exposure to their games of choice, along with the opportunity to take their talent further. An initiative by TransStadia and the Association of […]

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Hockey Team Angered and Frustrated by Sports Ministry Decisions

While tennis players may have been given a full quota of players and supporting members of the team, the hockey teams have not been so lucky. When the list of players and other important individuals was published, the Indian hockey team discovered that Jude Felix, an assistant hockey coach, who also happened to have been […]

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