26 Apr 2015
New Delhi: Lavishing praise on Sania Mirza and Saina Nehwal for climbing to number one in world rankings, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday also offered words of support to the country's cricketers, who were heavily criticised after their World Cup ouster last month.
24 Apr 2015
Wuhan (China): The Indian challenge at the $200,000 Badminton Asia Championships came to an end following the women's singles quarterfinal losses of Saina Nehwal and P.V. Sindhu here on Friday.
16 Apr 2015
Islamabad: Asia Cup 2016 is set to undergo a radical change and will be a Twenty20 competition instead of the 50-over game, outgoing Asian Cricket Council (ACC) chief executive Syed Ashraful Haq revealed on Thursday.
22 Apr 2015
Wuhan:India's Parupalli Kashyap played one of the longest matches of his career as he roared into the prequarterfinals with a gruelling three-game win over Chinese Taipei's Jen Hao Hsu at the USD 200,000 Badminton Asia Championship on Wednesday.
23 Apr 2015
Jakarta: India on Thursday thwarted attempts by Pakistan and China to remove a crucial line on the United Nations from a declaration adopted by Asian African Summit here.
18 Apr 2015
Hastings (New Zealand): The Indian women's hockey team lost their 5-8 position match of the Hawke's Bay Cup 0-3 against the US at the Hastings Sports Park here on Saturday.
16 Apr 2015
Hastings (New Zealand): Indian women's hockey team lost 1-4 to hosts New Zealand to crash out in tyhe quarterfinals of the Hawke's Bay Cup here on Thursday.
23 Apr 2015
Wuhan (China): World No. 1 Saina Nehwal started her campaign with a hard-fought win, while P V Sindhu too continued her rampaging run but it was curtains for top men's shuttler Parupalli Kashyap at the USD 200,000 Badminton Asia Championship here on Thursday.
15 Apr 2015
Hastings: Having held World No. 2 Australia to a goal-less draw in their last match, the Indian women's hockey team will be looking to do better when and clinch a win when they take on hosts New Zealand in the quarter-finals of the Hawke's Bay Cup here on Thursday.
08 Apr 2015
New Delhi: Indian women's hockey captain Ritu Rani on Wednesday said that their pool match against Australia in the upcoming Hawke's Bay Cup will be an important one as it would give her team an opportunity to figure out its loopholes before playing in the World League Semi-Finals in June.