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Russia leads 2014 doping tally, <strong>India</strong> stands third:  WADA

Russia leads 2014 doping tally, India stands third: WADA

28 Apr 2016

Montreal: Russia was the top drugs offender in 2014 accounting for 148 of the 1,693 doping violations recorded, the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) said.

WADA,   WADA doping tally,   Russia doping,   Doping in athletics,   Doping in India,   Sports doping,   Doping,   Russia,   Latest sports news,  
Vijender Singh accepts Amir Khan's challenge to fight in <strong>India</strong>

Vijender Singh accepts Amir Khan's challenge to fight in India

27 Apr 2016

Manchester: Indian boxing star Vijender Singh is ready to trade blows with British professional Amir Khan and accepted his challenge to fight in India, saying it will prove to be a big boost to the sport in the country.

Vijender Singh,   Amir Khan,   Boxing Pro bout,   Indian boxer,   Boxing news,   Sports news ,  
Dipa Karmakar returns; aims to continue winning for <strong>India</strong>

Dipa Karmakar returns; aims to continue winning for India

21 Apr 2016

New Delhi: Ecstatic and exhausted in equal measure after becoming the first Indian woman gymnast to qualify for the Olympics, Dipa Karmakar today said she would look to continue scripting history wherever she competes.

Dipa Karmakar,   Dipa Olympic qualification,   Indian gymnast,   Dipa Rio Olympics,   Rio Olympic,   Latest sports news,  
Nandu Natekar first non-cricketer added to CCI's Legends Club

Nandu Natekar first non-cricketer added to CCI's Legends Club

26 Apr 2016

Mumbai: Badminton ace Nandu Natekar has been inducted into the Legends Club, founded by the late Cricket Club of India president Raj Singh Dungarpur, as the first non-cricketer, along with 1983 World Cup-winning captain Kapil Dev.

Nandu Natekar,   CCI Legends Club,   Cricket Club of India,   Latest sports news,  
SAG: Indians <strong>strike</strong> two gold medals in weightlifting

SAG: Indians strike two gold medals in weightlifting

06 Feb 2016

Guwahati: India established early dominance in the weightlifting competition by grabbing two gold medals on the first day of competitions in the 12th South Asian Games here today.

SAG,   South Asian Games,   India medals tally,   India weightlifting,   Medals in weightlifting,   Latest sports news,  
Azlan Shah Cup: <strong>India</strong> return with smiles and silver

Azlan Shah Cup: India return with smiles and silver

18 Apr 2016

New Delhi: The Indian hockey team returned home after clinching the silver medal at the Sultan Azlan Shah Cup in Malaysia.

Azlan Shah Cup,   India vs Malaysia,   Indian hockey team,   Latest sports news,  
Salman Khan: Uneasy lies the head of the sultan

Salman Khan: Uneasy lies the head of the sultan

25 Apr 2016

New Delhi: Indian Olympic Association recently appointed Salman Khan as nation's goodwill ambassador for Rio Games which are going to be held in August. Expectations were that the move will be welcomed, given the megastar's extreme popularity amongst the global audience. But to its utter dismay, the association only received flak for choosing the film star for this honourable position, the reason being cited that he has contributed nothing to the field of sports in his entire life.

Olympic goodwill ambassador,   India Olympic rule,   Indian Olympic Association,   Salman Khan,   Latest sports news,  
IOA defends stand on Salman's appointment as goodwill ambassador

IOA defends stand on Salman's appointment as goodwill ambassador

25 Apr 2016

New Delhi: The Indian Olympic Association (IOA) yesterday rushed to justify its decision to appoint Bollywood star Salman Khan as the goodwill ambassador of the national contingent for the Rio Olympics after several current and former sports icons criticised the move.

Olympic goodwill ambassador,   India Olympic rule,   Indian Olympic Association,   Salman Khan,   Latest sports news,  
Australian women <strong>strike</strong> back to register 101-run win over <strong>India</strong> in first ODI

Australian women strike back to register 101-run win over India in first ODI

03 Feb 2016

Canberra: Australian women's cricket team overcame the disappointment of losing the T20I series, as they thrashed India women by 101 runs in the first one-day International here yesterday.

Women cricket team,   India vs Australia,   Ind vs Aus,   Ellyse Perry,   Shikha Pandey,   Mithali Raj,   Alex Blackwell,   Latest sports news,  
Need to factor in lot of things before Day-Night Test: New Zealand Cricket official

Need to factor in lot of things before Day-Night Test: New Zealand Cricket official

22 Apr 2016

Wellington: New Zealand Cricket's Head of Operations Lindsay Crocker said that there are a lot of modalities that needs to be taken care of before the much-awaited Day/Night Test match against India becomes a reality.

Day night test,   India day night match,   BCCI secretary,   Lindsay Crocker,   Cricket news,   Sports news,  

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