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SAI to take decision on matters concerning para athletes

SAI to take decision on matters concerning para athletes

26 May 2015

New Delhi: With the Paralympic Committee of India (PCI) suspended, the Sports Ministry has decided that all matters relating to Para-athletes, including selection of athletes for various events, will be taken care of by Sports Authority of India (SAI).

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Gagan Narang wins World Cup bronze, secures place for Rio <strong>Olympics</strong>

Gagan Narang wins World Cup bronze, secures place for Rio Olympics

15 May 2015

New Delhi: Gagan Narang on Friday won the bronze medal in the 50m Rifle Prone Event of the ISSF World Cup at Fort Benning in USA, earning himself a quota place for the 2016 Rio Olympics.

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RIL, BP give up 2 more oil and gas blocks; <strong>tally</strong> down to four

RIL, BP give up 2 more oil and gas blocks; tally down to four

21 May 2015

New Delhi: Reliance Industries and its partner BP plc have surrendered two more oil and gas blocks, reducing their tally to four exploration acreages from 21 they held four years back.

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 Stadium changes another twist in Tokyo's troubled preparations for 2020 <strong>Olympics</strong>

Stadium changes another twist in Tokyo's troubled preparations for 2020 Olympics

20 May 2015

Tokyo: Japan convinced the International Olympic Committee that the 2020 Summer Games would be in a safe pair of hands in the Japanese capital. The country's organisational prowess and a $4.5 billion hosting fund gave it a clear edge over bid rivals Madrid and Istanbul when the IOC voted to decide the host.

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Sochi <strong>Olympics</strong> end, Russia tops <strong>medal</strong> <strong>tally</strong>

Sochi Olympics end, Russia tops medal tally

24 Feb 2014

Moscow: Ballet, circus acts and the classics of Russian literature and music were at the heart of Sunday's Sochi Olympics closing ceremony, leaving Russia, which dominated the medals standings, with a sense of accomplishment.

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I want to reach peak form and maintain it: Gagan Narang

I want to reach peak form and maintain it: Gagan Narang

18 May 2015

New Delhi: Injuries and recoveries have marked Gagan Narang's life over the last three years and the shooting ace, having just secured a quota for the Rio Olympics, says he is striving to reach peak form and maintain the momentum going into the multisport extravaganza.

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Indian eves can qualify for Rio Games, says chief coach Mathias Ahrens

Indian eves can qualify for Rio Games, says chief coach Mathias Ahrens

18 May 2015

New Delhi: With the FIH World League Semi-Final just around the corner, Indian women's hockey team chief coach Mathias Ahrens on Monday exuded confidence of putting up a good show in the upcoming tournament, which is a qualifying event for next year's Rio Olympics.

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Sakshi, Lalita win bronze in Asian Championship

Sakshi, Lalita win bronze in Asian Championship

09 May 2015

New Delhi: Sakshi Malik and Lalita on Friday bagged bronze medal in Women's Freestyle 60kg and 55kg categories, respectively, even as Babita Kumari lost out on a third-place finish in 53kg division of the Senior Asian Wrestling Championship in Doha.

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I was called mad when I first dreamed about <strong>Olympics</strong>: Rathore

I was called mad when I first dreamed about Olympics: Rathore

08 May 2015

New Delhi: Taking a walk down the memory lane, Olympic silver medalist Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore says people called him a "mad" when he first started dreaming about basking in glory at the world's biggest sporting extravaganza.

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M&A deals: March <strong>tally</strong> declines; 'exciting year' ahead

M&A deals: March tally declines; 'exciting year' ahead

16 Apr 2015

New Delhi: Corporate India announced merger and acquisition deals worth USD 1.4 billion through 119 deals during March, registering a decline of 40 percent in value terms over the corresponding period last year, says a report.

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