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After mental training, now yoga sessions for Indian archers

After mental training, now yoga sessions for Indian archers

04 Aug 2015

New Delhi: Fully aware that a small lapse in concentration can cost one a medal in any target sport, the Archery Association of India now plans to include yoga sessions in training to build archers' mental strength and give them the best-possible podium chance in Rio Olympics.

Archery Association of India,   Indian archers,   2016 Rio Olympics,   Latest News,  
Watch video: Pak-born writer Tarek Fatah explains why <strong>Indians</strong> are better than Pakistanis

Watch video: Pak-born writer Tarek Fatah explains why Indians are better than Pakistanis

03 Aug 2015

New Delhi: Tarek Fatah, a Pakistan-born Canadian writer, is a staunch critic of Pakistan in his articles and columns often agitating to demand its disintegration, which have earned him much controversy.

Tarek Fatah,   Pakistan,   India,   Hindus,   Muslims,   Communal harmony,  
Indian golfer Ranveer Saini bags Gold in Special <strong>Olympics</strong>

Indian golfer Ranveer Saini bags Gold in Special Olympics

01 Aug 2015

Los Angeles: Golfer Ranveer Singh Saini created history by becoming the first Indian to win a Gold medal at the Special Olympics World Games here. The 14-year-old autistic golfer achieved the feat in GF Golf-Level 2 Alternate Shot Team Play event yesterday.

Indian golfer,   golfer Ranveer Saini,   gold medal,   Special Olympics,   Monica Jajoo,   Asia Pacific World Games,   Latest Sports News,  
 OGQ focussed on Rio <strong>Olympics</strong>

OGQ focussed on Rio Olympics

29 Jul 2015

Bengaluru: Not-for-profit organisation Olympic Gold Quest hoped that at least 25 of the 70 sportspersons they are currently supporting will qualify for the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro.

OGQ,   Olympic Gold Quest,   Rio Olympics,   2016 Olympic Games,   Rio de Janeiro,   Geet Sethi,   Rio Games,   Indian sportspersons,   Latest sports news ,  
Two of four <strong>Indians</strong> held in Libya released

Two of four Indians held in Libya released

31 Jul 2015

New Delhi: Two of the four Indians abducted in Sirte in Libya have  been released, officials said today. Of the two men released, one belongs to Raichur and the other to Bengaluru, the officials said.

Four Indians abducted,   Indians in Libya,   Libya,   Militants in Libya,   Ministry of External Affairs,   Latest Nation News ,  
ISIS abducts four Indian teachers in Libya, two freed

ISIS abducts four Indian teachers in Libya, two freed

01 Aug 2015

New Delhi: Islamic State terror group (ISIS) abducted four Indian teachers working in Libya two days ago but the government said it has 'secured' the release of two of them.

ISIS,   Islamic State,   Indian teachers in Libya,   Libya,   Indians abducted in Libya,   Sushma Swaraj,   latest India news,  
Beijing makes last pitch in bidding for 2022 Winter Games

Beijing makes last pitch in bidding for 2022 Winter Games

31 Jul 2015

Kuala Lumpur: Beijing highlighted environmental improvements since the Summer Olympics in 2008 in its final presentation to the IOC before voting today to determine which city will be awarded the 2022 Winter Games.

Beijing,   Summer Olympics in 2008,   IOC,   2022 Winter Games,   Latest News,  
Almaty narrows gap on Beijing in 2022 <strong>Olympics</strong> race

Almaty narrows gap on Beijing in 2022 Olympics race

27 Jul 2015

Kuala Lumpur: Beijing and Almaty today embarked on a frantic final lobbying campaign for the 2022 Winter Olympics ahead of a decision this week on the winner.

Almaty,   Beijing,   2022 Winter Olympics,   IOC,   Thomas Bach,   China,   Latest Sports News,  
If coach is replaced, players face difficulty: admits Sardar

If coach is replaced, players face difficulty: admits Sardar

30 Jul 2015

New Delhi: Indian hockey captain Sardar Singh today conceded that constant changing of coaches is never easy to deal with but insisted that his team's prospects in the upcoming foreign assignments and next year's Olympics won't be affected by the recent developments.

Indian hockey captain,   Sardar Singh,   2016 Olympics,   Latest News,  
Frequent change of coaches destabilising Indian hockey: Walsh

Frequent change of coaches destabilising Indian hockey: Walsh

31 Jul 2015

New Delhi: Paul van Ass' unceremonious sacking and frequent change of coaches is "potentially destabilising Indian hockey" but the country has just enough time to prepare and train itself for an "outstanding performance" in Rio Olympics, feels former coach Terry Walsh.

Paul van Ass,   Indian hockey team,   2016 Rio Olympics,   Terry Walsh,   Latest News,  

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