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Sachin steals the show at National Games

Sachin steals the show at National Games

31 Jan 2015

Thiruvananthapuram: The biggest cheers as always were reserved for cricket icon Sachin Tendulkar who was one of the chief guests at the opening ceremony of the 35th National Games that got underway on Saturday night.

Sachin Tendulkar,   National Games,   Cricket icon,   Anju Bobby George,   PT Usha,   Sports meet,  
Adhiban gets the better of Stefanova to share lead

Adhiban gets the better of Stefanova to share lead

31 Jan 2015

Gibraltar: Grandmaster and former national champion B Adhiban crashed through the defences of former women's world champion Antoaneta Stefanova of Bulgaria to remain in joint lead in the Masters section of Tradewise Gibraltar Chess Festival here.

B Adhiban,   Stefanova,   chess,   Tradewise Gibraltar Chess Festival,   sports,  
Sri Lanka budget hits Rajapaksa family-run <strong>sports</strong> channel

Sri Lanka budget hits Rajapaksa family-run sports channel

30 Jan 2015

Colombo: Sri Lanka's new government has slapped a one-time tax of Rs 1 billion on the only sports television channel in the country which is owned by former president Mahinda Rajapaksa's son.

Sri Lankan government,   Rajapaksa family,   sports channel Srilanka,   Carlton Sports Network,   CSN,  
Boxing India decides to boycott National Games

Boxing India decides to boycott National Games

30 Jan 2015

Thiruvananthpuram: The boxing competition at the National Games starting on Saturday was thrown into jeopardy after Boxing India (BI) directed all state units to boycott the event owing to the IOA's refusal to grant recognition to BI, prompting top names such as former Asian and Commonwealth medallist Manoj Kumar to pull out.

Boxing India,   BI boycott National Games,   National Games,   sports,  
BCCI needs to be accountable as per SC observation: Sonowal

BCCI needs to be accountable as per SC observation: Sonowal

28 Jan 2015

New Delhi: Expressing the government's desire to bring BCCI under the ambit of the RTI Act, Sports Minister Sarbananda Sonowal on Wednesday reiterated the centre's stance following the Supreme Court ruling that the private cricketing body performs a public function and is amenable to judicial law and review.

BCCI,   Sports Minister Sarbananda Sonowal,   Supreme Court,   Indian cricket body ,  
Sharapova schools Bouchard to advance in Melbourne

Sharapova schools Bouchard to advance in Melbourne

27 Jan 2015

Melbourne: Maria Sharapova showed she was in no mood to be replaced by the younger generation just yet as she demolished seventh seed Eugenie Bouchard 6-3 6-2 in 78 minutes to advance to the semi-finals of the Australian Open on Tuesday.

Maria Sharapova,   Eugenie Bouchard,   Melbourne,   Australian Open,   tennis,   sports,   ,  
Supreme Court verdict will impact all <strong>sports</strong> bodies: Mudgal

Supreme Court verdict will impact all sports bodies: Mudgal

22 Jan 2015

New Delhi: Welcoming the Supreme Court verdict barring N Srinivasan from contesting any BCCI election on grounds of conflict of interest, head of IPL 6 spot-fixing and betting probe committee Justice Mukul Mudgal on Thursday said that it will have far reaching ramifications as it will also impact on all sports bodies.

Supreme Court,   N Srinivasan,   BCCI elections,   IPL spot fixing,   Justice Mukul Mudgal ,  
India to host International Equestrian Tent Pegging Championship

India to host International Equestrian Tent Pegging Championship

27 Jan 2015

New Delhi: India will host the International Equestrian Tent Pegging Championship at Noida from March 10 to 15, the national federation said.

International Equestrian Tent Pegging Championship,   Equestrian Championship in India,   NOIDA Sports Stadium,   Equestrian Federation of India,  
South Korea Olympic star Park Tae-hwan fails drug test

South Korea Olympic star Park Tae-hwan fails drug test

27 Jan 2015

Seoul: South Korea's four-time Olympic swimming medallist Park Tae-hwan has failed a dope test, local media reported on Tuesday. But his management were quick to blame an injection given to the national pin-up by a local doctor.

Park Tae hwan fail dope test,   South Korean Olympic swimmer,   Dpoing in sports,   WADA,   FINA ,  
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,   ,  

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