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Indian women bag bronze in double trap shooting

Indian women bag bronze in double trap shooting

25 Sep 2014

Incheon: The Indian shooting team comprising Shagun Chowdhary, Shreyasi Singh and Varsha Varman bagged a bronze in women's double trap event but Gurpreet Singh narrowly missed out on a medal in his event at the 17th Asian Games here on Thursday.

Incheon,   Indian shooting team,   Shagun Chowdhary,   Shreyasi Singh,   Varsha Varman,   bronze,   women's double trap event,   Gurpreet Singh,   17th Asian Games,  
IOC president believes in success of Rio 2016 <strong>Olympics</strong>

IOC president believes in success of Rio 2016 Olympics

13 Sep 2014

Bucharest: International Olympic Committee (IOC) president Thomas Bach stated that 2016 Olympics Games to be held in the Brazilian city of Rio de Janeiro will be a successful event as people has special love for the sports in the South American country. Brazil has successfully hosted the FIFA World Cup in June last.

Rio de Janeiro,   International Olympic Committee,   2016 Olympics Games,   Brazil,   Rio 2016 Summer Olympics,  
Spain's Marin stuns Li to win women's singles title at World <strong>Badminton</strong> Championships

Spain's Marin stuns Li to win women's singles title at World Badminton Championships

01 Sep 2014

Copenhagen: Spain's Carolina Marin pulled off a monumental upset as she beat Chinese world number one Li Xuerui to win the women's singles title at the Badminton World Championships.

Carolina Marin,   Li Xuerui,   Women badminton,   Badminton World Championships,  
PV Sindhu creates history, storms into semis of World <strong>Badminton</strong> Championships

PV Sindhu creates history, storms into semis of World Badminton Championships

30 Aug 2014

Copenhagen: Leading Indian shuttler P.V. Sindhu created history Friday by reaching the women's singles semi-finals and assuring herself of at least a bronze medal finish at the World Championships here.

PV Sindhu,   World Championships,   World badminton,   Badminton India,   Saina Nehwal,  
Abhinav Bindra draws blank in tough opening day for Indian shooters

Abhinav Bindra draws blank in tough opening day for Indian shooters

08 Sep 2014

Granada: Ace marksman Abhinav Bindra belied expectations after failing to qualify for the finals of men's 10 air rifle event in the 51st ISSF World Championships, his hopes of earning an Olympic quota in this tournament going up in smoke here on Monday.

Abhinav Bindra,   men's 10 air rifle event,   ISSF World Championships ,  
Parupalli Kashyap upbeat to win a Asiad medal

Parupalli Kashyap upbeat to win a Asiad medal

14 Sep 2014

New Delhi: A high-intensity training for last three weeks has boosted his confidence and Commonwealth Games gold medallist Parupalli Kashyap says he is looking to maintain the rhythm as he sets out to achieve his dream of winning an Asian Games medal in Incheon, South Korea.

Parupalli Kashyap,   Indian badminton player,   Asian Games in Incheon,  
We will provide all help to hockey team for Rio: Sonowal

We will provide all help to hockey team for Rio: Sonowal

02 Oct 2014

New Delhi: Congratulating Indian men's hockey team for winning 'historic' gold in the ongoing Incheon Asian Games, Sports Minister Sarbananda Sonowal on Thursday said that the government will provide every possible help to them for 2016 Rio Olympics.

Indian men's hockey team,   Incheon Asian Games,   Sports Minister Sarbananda Sonowal,   2016 Rio Olympics,  
Asiad gold one of the biggest moments in my life: Sardar

Asiad gold one of the biggest moments in my life: Sardar

02 Oct 2014

Incheon: Winning the Asian Games hockey gold is one of the biggest moments in his life, said the triumphant India captain Sardar Singh after his team won the nerve-wracking shoot-out to end its 16-year gold medal drought in the Asiad and earn a direct berth to the 2016 Rio Olympics.

Asian Games hockey gold,   India hockey captain,   Sardar Singh,   Asiad,   2016 Rio Olympics,  
Differently-abled students give mixed response to Modi speech

Differently-abled students give mixed response to Modi speech

06 Sep 2014

New Delhi: A differently-abled orphan could not understand much of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's speech delivered in ‘shuddh Hindi’, and the only thing he could understood and cheered vigorously for was when Modi said that all kids should get food in schools.

Narendra Modi,   Modi's Teacher's Day event,   Manekshaw auditorium,   Kendriya Vidyalayas,   ,  
Modi's Teacher's Day Speech: Delhi pvt schools feel 'left out'

Modi's Teacher's Day Speech: Delhi pvt schools feel 'left out'

06 Sep 2014

New Delhi: Principals of some private schools in Delhi said their students and teachers too should have been invited at Manekshaw auditorium from where Prime Minister Narendra Modi interacted with lakhs of school children across the country through video conferencing.

Narendra Modi,   Modi's Teacher's Day event,   Manekshaw auditorium,   Kendriya Vidyalayas,  

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