10 Aug 2016
New Delhi: Fifth day of ongoing Rio Olympics brought disappointment for Indian contingent, as shooting, hockey and judo, all witnessed poor show by athletes.
08 Aug 2016
Rio de Janeiro: Indian archer Laxmirani Majhi bowed out of the women's individual event beaten 101-108 by Slovakian Alexandra Longova at the Rio Olympics here on Monday.
26 Aug 2016
Bengaluru: Olympian OP Jaisha, who returned from Rio with fever and body ache last week, has been hospitalised after she was tested positive for H1N1, two days after another athlete Sudha Singh was found to be suffering from the same disease.
08 Aug 2016
New Delhi: Abhinav Bindra finished 4th in men's 10m air rifle final after losing the shoot-off for the bronze medal with Ukraine's S Kulish.
25 Aug 2016
New Delhi: The controversy stoked by marathon runner OP Jaisha took an interesting turn with her personal coach Nikolai Snesarev today asserting that she herself had said no when asked by him if she would need personalised refreshment during the race in the Rio Olympics.
06 Aug 2016
Rio de Janeiro: Indian shooters Apurvi Chandela and Ayonika Paul were way off the mark in the 10m Air Rifle Women's Qualification, finishing way behind the leaders to bow out of the competition in the Rio Olympics here today.
11 Aug 2016
Rio de Janeiro: Sixth day of Rio Olympics 2016, proved to be a mixed bag of sweet victories and agonizing defeats for India. Talented shuttlers- PV Sindhu and Saina Nehwal saved India the blushes after hockey, doubles badminton, archery and boxing matches ended on a disappointing notes.
12 Aug 2016
Rio de Janeiro: Indian men's hockey team sealed the quarterfinal spot at Rio Olympics, even as the country's campaign continued to be haunted by setbacks in archery, badminton and athletics on the seventh day of competitions here.
23 Aug 2016
Rio de Janeiro: Tokyo Governor Yuriko Koike is preparing for a strenuous workout with the next Summer Olympics headed her way.
23 Aug 2016
Washington: Olympic swimmer Ryan Lochte lost four sponsorship deals Monday, a major financial hit for the embattled gold medalist stemming from his spurious claim of being robbed at gunpoint in Rio, a story later discredited by Brazilian police.