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<strong>Indians</strong> end freestyle wrestling with two medals

Indians end freestyle wrestling with two medals

29 Sep 2014

Incheon: Bajrang accounted for a silver and Narsingh Pancham Yadav won a bronze today to cap off India's freestyle wrestling competition on a high with the country earning five medals from the mat, including a gold in the 17th Asian Games.

Bajrang,   Narsingh Pancham Yadav,   freestyle wrestling competition,   Asian Games,  
Entire world comes to US, but <strong>Indians</strong> live in entire world: PM

Entire world comes to US, but Indians live in entire world: PM

29 Sep 2014

New York: Drawing comparisons between the world's largest democracy India and the oldest democracy US, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said people from entire world come to live in India, but Indians reside across the world.

US,   Indians,   PM Modi,   Narendra Modi,   Indo-US ties,   Barack Obama,  
India face Korea test in men's hockey semi-final tomorrow

India face Korea test in men's hockey semi-final tomorrow

29 Sep 2014

Incheon: Looking to end a 16-year-old gold drought, the Indian men's hockey team faces a tough South Korea test in the semi-finals of the 17th Asian Games, in Incheon on Tuesday.

Asian Games,   Icheon,   Indian Players,   Indian Hockey team,   Dhanraj Pillay,   2016 Rio Olympics,   Livewire approach ,  
Atwal tied 18th after round two; four <strong>Indians</strong> make cut

Atwal tied 18th after round two; four Indians make cut

26 Sep 2014

Ibaraki Prefecture: Arjun Atwal dropped a costly double bogey on par-4 17th to slip to tied 18th on a very tight leaderboard at the end of the second round of the 150 million Yen (approximately USD 1.5 million) Asia-Pacific Open Golf Championship Diamond Cup here on Friday.

Arjun Atwal,   Asia-Pacific Open Golf Championship Diamond Cup,  
Indian billionaires race to own sports teams; Mukesh Ambani tops list

Indian billionaires race to own sports teams; Mukesh Ambani tops list

28 Sep 2014

New York: As owning a sports club becomes the new status symbol for country's uber rich, it is India's wealthiest man - Reliance Industries Chief Mukesh Ambani – who leads the pack with his IPL team 'Mumbai Indians' being worth an estimated USD 200 million, according to Forbes.

New York,   sports club,   status symbol,   India's wealthiest man,   Reliance Industries,   Mukesh Ambani,   IPL team,   Mumbai Indians,   Forbes,  
Asiad swimming: <strong>Indians</strong> fail to qualify for finals

Asiad swimming: Indians fail to qualify for finals

23 Sep 2014

Incheon: Indian men failed to qualify for the finals of two Asian Games swimming events they participated in at the Munhak Park Tae-hwan Aquatics Center on Tuesday.

Incheon,   Indian swimmers,   Asian Games,   Asian Games swimming,   Swimming,  
India's 100 richest includes only four women

India's 100 richest includes only four women

25 Sep 2014

Singapore: The Forbes list of 100 richest Indians this year features four women, including O P Jindal group chairperson Savitri Jindal and Biocon CMD Kiran Mazumdar Shaw.

Forbes list,   richest Indians,   OP Jindal group chairperson Savitri Jindal,   Biocon CMD Kiran Mazumdar Shaw,   Anu Aga of Thermax group,   Indu Jain of Bennett Coleman & Co ,  
Defending Champions Mumbai <strong>Indians</strong> crash out of CLT20

Defending Champions Mumbai Indians crash out of CLT20

17 Sep 2014

Raipur: Defending champions Mumbai Indians paid the price for their indifferent show, crashing out of the Champions League T20 as a committed Northern Knights from New Zealand overpowered them with a one-sided six-wicket victory in the final qualifying round match.

Mumbai Indians,   Champions League T20,   Northern Knights,   CLT20,   T20 league,   T20 cricket,  
'Confident' India take on arch-foes Pakistan on Thursday

'Confident' India take on arch-foes Pakistan on Thursday

24 Sep 2014

Incheon: India, bidding to regain the men's hockey gold after 16 years and gain a direct entry into the 2016 Rio Olympics, are bracing up for their toughest task as they face arch-foes Pakistan in a high-octane clash at the 17th Asian Games here on Thursday.

Incheon,   India,   men's hockey gold,   direct entry,   2016 Rio Olympics,   Pakistan,   high-octane clash,   17th Asian Games,  
I am going to be a 'hobby shooter' from tomorrow: Bindra

I am going to be a 'hobby shooter' from tomorrow: Bindra

23 Sep 2014

Incheon: After capping off his remarkable career as a full-time marksman by winning two bronze at the Asian Games here on Tuesday, India's lone individual Olympic gold medallist Abhinav Bindra said he will only be a "hobby shooter" from now on.

Incheon,   bronze medals,   Asian Games,   Olympic gold medallist,   Abhinav Bindra,   hobby shooter,   Rio Olympics,   national meet,  

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