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Sonowal instructs IOA to push for revoking ban on Sarita

Sonowal instructs IOA to push for revoking ban on Sarita

22 Oct 2014

New Delhi: Sports Minister Sarbananda Sonowal on Wednesday said that he has instructed the Indian Olympic Association (IOA) to take up L Sarita Devi's suspension at the international forum and push for withdrawing the ban imposed on the Indian woman boxer.

Sports Minister Sarbananda Sonowal,   Indian Olympic Association,   L Sarita Devi,   Indian woman boxer,  
Hockey coach Walsh withdraws resignation: <strong>Sports</strong> Minister

Hockey coach Walsh withdraws resignation: Sports Minister

22 Oct 2014

New Delhi: Union Sports Minister Sarbananda Sonowal tweeted on Wednesday that Indian hockey coach Terry Walsh has withdrawn his resignation after a meeting with the Sports Authority of India (SAI).

Sarbananda Sonowal,   tweet,   Terry Walsh,   SAI,   hockey coach,   Indian hockey team,  
Terry Walsh stays as India coach, to be given fresh contract

Terry Walsh stays as India coach, to be given fresh contract

22 Oct 2014

New Delhi: A day after his dramatic announcement to quit, India’s chief hockey coach Terry Walsh on Wednesday withdrew his resignation after a meeting with top sports officials, who have assured the Australian that his concerns will be addressed in a fresh contract.

Indian hockey coach,   Terry Walsh,   Sports Ministry,   Sarbananda Sonowal,   SAI Director General Jiji Thomson ,  
Terry Walsh ready to stay, but wants new contract

Terry Walsh ready to stay, but wants new contract

21 Oct 2014

New Delhi: Australian Terry Walsh, who resigned as Indian men's hockey team chief coach on Tuesday because of a "pay dispute", hinted that he was ready to reconsider his decision if he was given a new contract on his terms and conditions by the Sports Authority of India.

Terry Walsh,   Indian men's hockey coach,   Sports Authority of India,  
Serena beats Ivanovic in WTA Finals opener

Serena beats Ivanovic in WTA Finals opener

21 Oct 2014

Singapore:  With no injuries to slow her down, Serena Williams extended her winning streak at the WTA Finals to 16 straight matches with a 6-4, 6-4 victory over Ana Ivanovic.

Serena,   Ivanovic,   WTA Finals opener,   tennis,   sports,  
Terry Walsh resigns as hockey head coach over "pay dispute"

Terry Walsh resigns as hockey head coach over "pay dispute"

21 Oct 2014

New Delhi: In a sudden jolt to Indian hockey, chief coach Terry Walsh on Tuesday resigned from his post because of a "pay dispute" with the Sports Authority of India, barely three weeks after guiding the team to a historic gold medal in the Asian Games in Incheon.

Indian hockey,   Indian hockey coach,   Terry Walsh,   Sports Authority of India,   Asian Games in Incheon,  
BCCI ignoring women's cricket, says Nutan Gavaskar

BCCI ignoring women's cricket, says Nutan Gavaskar

20 Oct 2014

Mathura: Accusing the BCCI of ignoring ladies cricket, Women's Cricket Association of India (WCAI) honorary general secretary Nutan Gavaskar has demanded the merger of the women's body with the all-powerful Indian board, which according to her was directed by the ICC eight years ago.

BCCI,   women's cricket,   Nutan Gavaskar,   cricket,   sports,   WCAI,  
Virat Kohli, Bhuvneshwar Kumar move up in ICC rankings

Virat Kohli, Bhuvneshwar Kumar move up in ICC rankings

20 Oct 2014

Dubai: India's Virat Kohli moved up to the second spot in the batting chart while Bhuvneshwar Kumar earned his maiden entry into the top 10 bowler's list, following their 2-1 One-Day International (ODI) series win over West Indies, in the latest International Cricket Council (ICC) rankings released on Monday.

Virat Kohli,   Bhuvneshwar Kumar,   ICC rankings,   cricket,   sports,  
Triple Olympic champion Stephanie Rice to help improve Indian swimming

Triple Olympic champion Stephanie Rice to help improve Indian swimming

04 Jul 2014

New Delhi: Stephanie Rice, Australia's triple Olympic champion who called time on her illustrious swimming career in April this year at the age of 25, has joined sports management firm Rhiti Sports with an aim to improve the overall health of the water sport in India.

Stephanie Rice,   Indian swimming,   Rhiti Sports,   water sport in India,   ,  
Acidic <strong>sports</strong> drinks ruining teeth of athletes, reveals study

Acidic sports drinks ruining teeth of athletes, reveals study

14 Oct 2014

London: The preference for a high carbohydrate diet and acidic sports drinks during training and performance may explain the prevalence of poor dental health among athletes, says a study.

Acid,   sports drinks,   athletes,   teeth,   carbohydrate,   London 2012 Olympic Games,  

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