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US lawmakers disappointed over FIBA decision on Sikh <strong>players</strong>

US lawmakers disappointed over FIBA decision on Sikh players

18 Sep 2014

Washington: Two leading US lawmakers have expressed disappointment over the decision of FIBA to continue with its policy to ban players from wearing headgears in international matches, even though it allowed them to sport religious headgear as part of a "trial period" for two years.

Washington,   US lawmakers,   FIBA,   headgears,   international matches,   religious headgear,   trial period,   Congressman,   Joe Crowley,   Ami Bera,  
<strong>Players</strong> can wear religious head coverings: FIBA

Players can wear religious head coverings: FIBA

17 Sep 2014

Madrid: International basketball's governing body said that players will be allowed to wear religious head coverings, such as hijabs or turbans, on a trial basis in some competitions.

International basketball,   Basketball players,   Religious head coverings,   Hijabs,   Turbans,  
<strong>Players</strong> need to shed their "fear" of defeat: Shahid Afridi

Players need to shed their "fear" of defeat: Shahid Afridi

16 Sep 2014

Karachi: Soon after being re-appointed as Pakistan Twenty20 captain, flamboyant allrounder Shahid Afridi on Tuesday urged his players to shed of any "fear" of losing and play their "natural" game.

Pakistan Twenty20 captain,   Shahid Afridi ,  
HI inducts Major Ports Sports Control Board as new member

HI inducts Major Ports Sports Control Board as new member

18 Sep 2014

New Delhi: Continuing its endeavour to identify and nurture young players in the country, Hockey India on Thursday gave affiliation to Major Ports Sports Control Board as its 23rd Associate Member.

New Delhi,   young players,   Hockey India,   Major Ports Sports Control Board,   23rd Associate Member,   Indian hockey,  
KKR sans key <strong>players</strong> take on CSK in CLT20 tomorrow

KKR sans key players take on CSK in CLT20 tomorrow

16 Sep 2014

Hyderabad: Depleted by the absence of some high-profile cricketers, IPL champions Kolkata Knight Riders will have a tough task at hand when they lock horns with the formidable Chennai Super Kings in the opening Group A match of Oppo Champions League T20 in Hyderabad on Wednesday.

Kolkata Knight Riders,   KKR,   CLT20,   Champions League Twenty20,   Gautam Gambhir,   Chennai Super Kings,  
Hobart Hurricanes' hopes hinge on their IPL stars

Hobart Hurricanes' hopes hinge on their IPL stars

16 Sep 2014

Chandigarh: Hobart Hurricanes, who open against Kings XI Punjab at Mohali on Thursday, are banking on their IPL players to do well in the Champions League T20. "It is our first time here as a club and as a team, to be on the world stage and championship like this is wonderful for everybody," Hurricanes coach Damien Wright said.

Hobart Hurricanes,   Kings XI Punjab,   IPL players,   Champions League T20,  
Telecom <strong>players</strong> offer free calling to users in Kashmir

Telecom players offer free calling to users in Kashmir

12 Sep 2014

New Delhi: Even as telecom services are being restored in Kashmir Valley, mobile operators are offering free calling facility in the region. Telecom operators including BSNL, Airtel, Vodafone and Reliance Communications (RCom) will offer free calling facility for a limited period in the Valley.

Telecom players,   offer,   free calling,   users in Kashmir,   Jammu flood,   floods,   J-K flood,   rescue operations,  
Anirban Lahiri moves to fourth at Yeangder TPC in Taiwan

Anirban Lahiri moves to fourth at Yeangder TPC in Taiwan

12 Sep 2014

Taipei: Indian golfer Anirban Lahiri tore the course on his back nine to card a bogey-free six-under 66 in the second round to get into contention at the Yeangder Tournament Players Championship (TPC) on Friday.

Indian golfer Anirban Lahiri,   Yeangder Tournament Players Championship,  
Rohan Bopanna is open to playing with Paes at Rio

Rohan Bopanna is open to playing with Paes at Rio

12 Sep 2014

Bangalore: India's doubles star Rohan Bopanna says the bitterness that had developed between him and Leander Paes in the build-up to the 2012 London Games is "long gone and over" and he was not averse to the idea of pairing with his senior compatriot for the Rio Olympics if there are no fitness issues.  

Rohan Bopanna,   Leander Paes,   Rio Olympics,   Indian tennis players,  
Possibility of defeat keeps <strong>players</strong> motivated

Possibility of defeat keeps players motivated

06 Sep 2014

London: Contrary to popular assumption, more than winning, some people actually enjoy a game more if their mettle is tested by a strong opponent, regardless of the outcome, says a study.

defeat in game,   players,   strong opponent,   video game,   participants,  

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