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‘Stressful’ Jadeja episode went too far, says James Anderson

‘Stressful’ Jadeja episode went too far, says James Anderson

20 Sep 2014

London: Reflecting on his infamous altercation with India all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja, England pace spearhead James Anderson said the matter that brought a great deal of stress to him "went too far" and could have been dealt with on the day of the incident itself.

India all-rounder,   Ravindra Jadeja,   England bowler,   James Anderson,   Cricket rivalry,   Cricket fight,   India Tour of England,  
Indian women shuttlers assured of bronze in Asian Games

Indian women shuttlers assured of bronze in Asian Games

20 Sep 2014

Incheon: India on Saturday ended a 28-year-old medal drought in Asian Games badminton after the women's shuttlers, led by Saina Nehwal and P V Sindhu, edged out Thailand 3-2 to reach the semifinals of the women's team event.

Incheon,   India,   Asian Games,   Badminton,   Saina Nehwal,   PV Sindhu,  
Indian lifters fail to impress at Asiad

Indian lifters fail to impress at Asiad

20 Sep 2014

Incheon: Indian weightlifters began their Asian Games campaign on a disappointing note as all three participating contestants finished at the bottom half of the table in their respective categories in both men's and women's divisions at the Moonlight Festival Garden Weightlifting Venue on Saturday.

Incheon,   Indian weightlifters,   Asian Games,   India Asian Games,   Indian wrestling team,  
Hockey: Indian men eye big win over Sri Lanka in Asiad opener

Hockey: Indian men eye big win over Sri Lanka in Asiad opener

20 Sep 2014

Incheon: Eyes firmly set on the gold medal, which has eluded them for the past 16 years, the Indian men's hockey team would look to open its Asian Games campaign with a big win against minnows Sri Lanka in a Pool B match at the Seonhak Hockey Stadium on Sunday.

Incheon,   Indian hockey team,   Hockey India,   Asian Games,   Hockey Stadium,  
Asian Games: Indian men struggle past Hong Kong in Volleyball opener

Asian Games: Indian men struggle past Hong Kong in Volleyball opener

20 Sep 2014

Incheon: Indian spikers were given a tough time by an unfancied Hong Kong before they prevailed 3-1 in the opening group league game of the men's volleyball event at the 18th Asian Games.

Asian Games,   India Volleyball team,   Volleyball match,   18th Asian Games,   World volleyball,  
<strong>India</strong> slip to 158 in FIFA rankings

India slip to 158 in FIFA rankings

18 Sep 2014

New Delhi: After not much action barring the 2-2 draw against Bangladesh in an international friendly in March this year, India slipped eights places to be ranked 158th in the lastest FIFA rankings headed by World Champions Germany.

Indian football team,   FIFA rankings ,  
<strong>India</strong> tour for Champions League is a learning curve: Hafeez

India tour for Champions League is a learning curve: Hafeez

18 Sep 2014

Karachi: Lahore Lions skipper Muhammad Hafeez has described their tour of India for Champions League twenty20 tournament as a great learning curve for the players and Pakistan cricket.

Lahore Lions,   Mohammed Hafeez,   Champions League,   IPL,   Pakistan cricket,   captain Hafeez,  
Koke signs for NorthEast United FC

Koke signs for NorthEast United FC

15 Sep 2014

Shillong: NorthEast United FC on Monday announced that it has signed Spanish strike Sergio Contreras Pardo, commonly known as Koke, to strengthen the club's attacking frontline.

NorthEast United FC,   Spanish strike Sergio Contreras Pardo,   Koke,  
<strong>India</strong> aiming to make mark with big medal haul in Incheon

India aiming to make mark with big medal haul in Incheon

18 Sep 2014

Incheon: Bolstered by a better-than-expected performance in the Commonwealth Games, Indian athletes would now look to assert themselves against the sporting might of continental powerhouses such as China and Japan in the 17th Asian Games commencing on Friday.

Commonwealth Games,   Indian athletes,   Asian Games,  
Follow the Japan model for growth of football in <strong>India</strong>: Zico

Follow the Japan model for growth of football in India: Zico

16 Sep 2014

Panaji: Brazilian legend Zico, the most high-profile coach in the upcoming Indian Soccer League, wants the 'Japan model' to be followed by India in order to improve the standard of the game in a country of 1.4 billion people.

Zico,   Indian Soccer League,   ISL,  

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