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West Indies have the ability to beat <strong>India</strong>: Richie Richardson

West Indies have the ability to beat India: Richie Richardson

01 Oct 2014

Mumbai: West Indies cricket manager Richie Richardson on Wednesday said he is well aware that India would look to bounce back from their forgettable England tour but believes in his side's ability and looks forward to beat the hosts.

West Indies cricket manager,   Richie Richardson,   West Indies in India,  
<strong>India</strong> crash out in quarters of men's volleyball

India crash out in quarters of men's volleyball

01 Oct 2014

Incheon: India fought hard before bowing out in the quarterfinals of the men's volley competition after losing 2-3 against fancied Japan at the 17th Asian Games, here on Wednesday.

Incheon,   India,   quarterfinals,   men's volleyball competition,   Japan,   17th Asian Games,  
'Magnificent' Mary gives <strong>India</strong> first boxing gold at Asiad

'Magnificent' Mary gives India first boxing gold at Asiad

01 Oct 2014

Incheon: M C Mary Kom added another feather to her already well-adorned cap, becoming the first Indian woman boxer to clinch a gold medal in the Asian Games after a coming-from-behind win over Kazakhstan's Zhaina Shekerbekova in the flyweight final here on Wednesday.

Mary Kom,   gold medal,   Asian Games,   Incheon,   women's flyweight,   boxing,   17th Asian Games,  
Hope Asiad show will raise compound archery's profile: Verma

Hope Asiad show will raise compound archery's profile: Verma

01 Oct 2014

New Delhi: The 17th Asian Games has been a "special" one for India's compound archery team, including young Abhishek Verma, and the Delhi archer feels the four medal haul will at last give the "less talked about" compound archers their due recognition in the country.

New Delhi,   17th Asian Games,   India,   compound archery team,   Abhishek Verma,   archer,   medal haul,   compound archers,  
Gayle eyeing selection for <strong>India</strong> Tests

Gayle eyeing selection for India Tests

30 Sep 2014

Kingston (Jamaica): Explosive West Indian opener Chris Gayle believes he will overcome injury in time for the three-Test cricket series in India which starts next month.

Chris Gayle,   Test,   injury,   West Indies,   Test series,   India series,   back injury,  
Indians disappoint in taekwondo at Asiad

Indians disappoint in taekwondo at Asiad

01 Oct 2014

Incheon: India did not have the best of outing in taekwondo competitions on the 12th day of the 17th Asian Games with Aarti Khakal and Rajan Pandia Anand crashing out in their respective events, here on Wednesday.

Incheon,   India,   taekwondo competition,   17th Asian Games,   Aarti Khakal,   Rajan Pandia Anand,  
Sandeep, Rana finish fourth, fifth in men's 50km race walk

Sandeep, Rana finish fourth, fifth in men's 50km race walk

01 Oct 2014

Incheon: India missed out on yet another bronze medal as Sandeep Kumar and Basant Bahadur Rana finished fourth and fifth respectively in the men's 50km race walk at the 17th Asian Games, here on Wednesday.

Incheon,   India,   bronze medal,   Sandeep Kumar,   Basant Bahadur Rana,  fourth,   fifth,   men's 50km race walk,   17th Asian Games,  
<strong>India</strong> beat Korea to enter Asiad hockey final after 12 years

India beat Korea to enter Asiad hockey final after 12 years

30 Sep 2014

Incheon: Akashdeep Singh scored a fabulous field goal to guide India men's hockey team into the finals of the Asian Games after a gap of 12 years with a 1-0 win over hosts South Korea at the Seonhak Hockey Stadium here on Tuesday.

Akashdeep Singh,   India men's hockey team,   Asian Games,   Seonhak Hockey Stadium,  
Asian Games: Abhinav Bindra guides <strong>India</strong> to 10m <strong>air</strong> rifle bronze, reaches finals

Asian Games: Abhinav Bindra guides India to 10m air rifle bronze, reaches finals

23 Sep 2014

Incheon: Beijing Olympic gold medallist Abhinav Bindra fired India to the men's team bronze in the 10m air rifle event while booking his berth in the eight-man finals with the fifth-best score in the qualifications on Day 4 of the Asian Games in Incheon on Tuesday.

Asian Games,   Abhinav Bindra,   Incheon,   Olympic gold medallist,   Indian shooter ,  
Sania, Seema clinch gold; <strong>India</strong> maintain ninth place

Sania, Seema clinch gold; India maintain ninth place

29 Sep 2014

Incheon: Indian tennis star Sania Mirza teamed up with Saketh Myneni to clinch the gold in mixed double while SeemaPunia also brought glory with her gold-winning act as India maintained the ninth position in the overall standings on the 10th day of competitions in the 17th Asian Games on Monday.

Discus thrower Seema Punia Antil,   track and field events,   Asian Games,  

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