Indian women hockey team beats China in Asia Cup final

Goalkeeper Savita produced a stunning save in a tense shootout as India won the Asia Cup to secure qualification in next year's hockey World Cup following a nerve-wracking win over China in the final here on Sunday.

Indian women beat defending champions Japan 4-2 to make final in Asia Cup Hockey 2017

The Indian women's team has reached the final of the 2017 Asia Cup, beating hosts and defending champions Japan 4-2 in a closely contested semi-final in Kakamgigahara on Friday to set up a rematch of the 2009 summit clash against China.

Kidambi Srikanth wins French open Super Series crown, his sixth in the series

The Paris win was Srikanth’s sixth Super Series title. Saina Nehwal boasts three titles in a calendar year, and overall 10 titles, the most for an Indian.

34th Indian Oil Servo Surjit Hockey Tournament inaugurated by Aruna Choudhary

Rail Coach Factory Kapurthala beat Haryana XI in the Opening encounter of 34th Indian Oil Servo Surjit Hockey Tournament by 4-0 in Pool B in women section here at Olympian Surjit Hockey Stadium. In the second match in women section CRPF Delhi beat UCO Bank by 3-1 in Pool A. 

Amandeep won Gold Medal in 72nd All India Railway Boxing Championship

In the recently concluded 72nd All India Railway Boxing Championship Gauhati (Assam) between 15-18 September 22, 2017, two employees of Ferozepur Rail Divison won Gold and Bronze medals.

Cricketer Harmanpreet accepts CM’s offer of DSP post

Harmanpreet Kaur accepted Punjab chief minister Amarinder Singh's offer to award her the post of DSP in Punjab Police. She took the decision after reaching her native village Duneke on Sunday.

PuP archers express gratitude towards CM for support

Archers from the Punjabi University Patiala, who have been selected for the World University Games 2017 in China, met Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh on Wednesday to thank him for his timely intervention that has ensured their participation in the prestigious international event.

Kidambi Srikanth wins Australian Open defeating Olympic champ Chen Long

It had been a long wait but Kidambi Srikanth has managed to overcome Chen Long at last since their first meeting in 2014. The Indian shuttler defeated the World and Olympic champion from China, for the first time in six meetings, in the men’s singles final to lift the $750,000 Australian Open Superseries crown in Sydney on Sunday.

Lawyers not to take up case of boy who praised Pak cricket team

Lawyers in Laksar, Roorkee, have "unanimously" decided not to appear in court for a youth who was arrested on Friday for writing on his Facebook page a "congratulatory message" praising Pakistan for winning the ICC Champion Trophy.

World number 1 Andy Murray confident of winning Wimbledon

London : Scottish star Andy Murray remains confident that he will be able to defend his Wimbledon title despite his first round loss in the ongoing Aegon Championships here. Murray lost 6-7, 2-6 to World No.90 Jordan Thompson of Australia in the first round of the Aegon Championships at the Queen's Club here on Wednesday.

Anil Kumble steps down as India coach

New Delhi : India cricket coach Anil Kumble on Tuesday stepped down from his position after a widely-speculated feud with captain Virat Kohli, marking a bitter end to a highly successful tenure. "The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) confirms that Anil Kumble has withdrawn his services as the head coach for the senior India men's team," said the BCCI in a statement.

CRICKET VICTORY: Pakistan steamroll India to win Champions Trophy

Right from the start, Pakistan looked very little like, well, Pakistan. And that, intoxicatingly, was the fulcrum of their stunning thrashing of India by 180 runs to lift the 2017 ICc Champions Trophy at London's Kennington Oval on Sunday.

India-Pakistan to clash again ICC Champions Trophy final

India dished out a clinical performance to book a record fourth final appearance at the ICC Champions Trophy after sweeping aside Bangladesh in a one-sided affair in Edgbaston on Thursday.

Sakshi Malik settles for silver at Asian Wrestling Championship

Star grappler Sakshi Malik bagged a silver medal for India in the ongoing Asian Wrestling Championship after losing to Japan' Risako Kawai in women' 60kg category here today. Making a comeback to the international circuit after the Olympics, Sakshi looked a little out of touch as she went down to the Rio Games gold medallist in 63kg category Kawai 10-0 in just 2 minutes and 44 seconds.


Saina wins Malaysia Masters Grand Prix Gold

Indian badminton ace Saina Nehwal notched up her first title after a career-threatening injury by claiming the Malaysia Masters Grand Prix  with a hard-fought victory in the summit clash on Sunday. Up against 18-year-old Thai Pornpawee chochuwong, the top-seeded London Olympics bronze-medallist triumphed 22-20, 22-20 in a 46-minute clash.