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Unbelievable! These Four Visually Impaired Athletes Beat <strong>Olympics</strong> Gold Medallist

Unbelievable! These Four Visually Impaired Athletes Beat Olympics Gold Medallist

20 Sep 2016

New Delhi: What happened at the 1500-meter race course at Rio Paralympics, 2016 will definitely change your outlook towards the differently abled athletes, and the comparisons which are made keeping in mind their bodily shortcomings.

Abdellatif Baka,   Abdellatif Baka of Algeria,   Algerian runner,   Fouad Baka,   Paralympians break records,   Paralympians vs Olympians,   Latest sports news,  
<strong>Olympics</strong> Vs Paralympics: The Comparison Which Goes Beyond Physical Abilities

Olympics Vs Paralympics: The Comparison Which Goes Beyond Physical Abilities

19 Sep 2016

New Delhi: Quantification in sports gives rise to inevitable comparison which seems to be order of the day, especially after the conclusion of Rio Paralympics on Sunday.

Rio Olympics,   Rio Paralympics,   Paralympics 2016,   Olympics 2016,   Olympics vs Paralympics,   Latest sports news,  
<strong>Indians</strong> Don't Understand Sarcasm, Feels Farah Khan

Indians Don't Understand Sarcasm, Feels Farah Khan

17 Sep 2016

Mumbai: Choreographer-filmmaker Farah Khan says sarcasm is not something which Indians understand as she has herself faced the music for being bluntly honest at times.

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Deepika Padukone Urges <strong>Indians</strong> To 'Smile More For A Good Day'

Deepika Padukone Urges Indians To 'Smile More For A Good Day'

19 Sep 2016

Bangalore: Why can't we smile more, asks Bollywood actress Deepika Padukone, who feels that a smile can well do what a thousand words cannot.

Deepika Padukone,   Deepika Padukone movies,   Deepika smile campaign,   bollywood news,  
Rio <strong>Olympics</strong> 2016: <strong>Indians</strong> Disappoint On First Day Of Track And Field

Rio Olympics 2016: Indians Disappoint On First Day Of Track And Field

12 Aug 2016

Rio de Janeiro: It was a disappointing start for India in the track and field events of the Rio Games as all three athletes, including discus thrower Vikas Gowda, fell by the wayside at the qualification stage itself, here today.

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We Did Not Put Best Mixed Doubles Team Forward In <strong>Olympics</strong>: Leander Paes

We Did Not Put Best Mixed Doubles Team Forward In Olympics: Leander Paes

18 Sep 2016

New Delhi: The bitterness of not getting a shot at the Olympics mixed doubles event continues to rankle Leander Peas and the veteran Indian tennis star has no qualms in stating that the country did not send its best team in the event to Rio.

Leander Paes,   Tennis Mixed Doubles,   India Mixed Doubles,   Rio Olympics,   Indian tennis players,   Latest sports news,  
This Is India, You Have To Perform Before Reaping Rewards: Dipa Karmakar's Coach

This Is India, You Have To Perform Before Reaping Rewards: Dipa Karmakar's Coach

17 Sep 2016

Bhubaneswar: Star gymnast Dipa Karmakar's coach Bisweshwar Nandi has dismissed the notion that it would have been better had she and other top performers at last month's Rio Games been given the sort of financial backing they got post the mega event before their sojourn to Brazil.

Dipa Karmakar,   Bisweshwar Nandi,   Indian gymnast,   Rio Olympics 2016,   Olympics 2016,   Latest sports news,  
Two <strong>Indians</strong> Held Captive In Libya Rescued, Informs Sushma Swaraj

Two Indians Held Captive In Libya Rescued, Informs Sushma Swaraj

15 Sep 2016

New Delhi: External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj on Thursday informed that the two Indians, held captive in Libya since July 29 2015, have been rescued.

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Rio <strong>Olympics</strong> Day 8 Highlights: Lalita Qualifies For 3000m Steeplechase Final, Shooters Fail

Rio Olympics Day 8 Highlights: Lalita Qualifies For 3000m Steeplechase Final, Shooters Fail

13 Aug 2016

New Delhi: Lalita Babar opened a new chapter in India's athletics history in the Olympic Games by becoming the first woman after three decades to enter the final of a track event when she shattered the national mark to reach the 3000M steeplechase medal round.

Rio Olympics Live Updates,   Rio Olympics 2016,   Indians at Rio Olympics,   Sania Mirza,   Rohan Bopanna,   Indian hockey team,  
Zakir Naik Writes Open Letter, Questions <strong>Indians</strong>, Government

Zakir Naik Writes Open Letter, Questions Indians, Government

11 Sep 2016

New Delhi: Amid growing calls that his Islamic Research Foundation (IRF) should be banned, Zakir Naik urged the government to be "fair" in its investigation and be "truthful with facts".

Zakir Naik,   Open Letter,   Islamic Research Foundation,   IRF,   Indian Muslims,   Peace TV,  

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