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Srikanth upsets Ponsana for maiden GP title

In April 2013, Kidambi Srikanth had shown signs that a star was in the making. He had then beaten Danish world no.

Tough challenges await India: Nobbs

National hockey chief coach Michael Nobbs has a simple formula for success: “If you want to be the best, you have to play the best.”

‘My journey has been full of challenges’

“When he can fight back from a life-threatening disease like cancer and return to the field with the same magic, why can’t I?” asked Arunima Sinha, for whom India all-rounder Yuvraj Singh’s emotional return to international cricket was an inspiration in her bid to live her dream.

My entire focus is on Rio Olympics, says Jwala

Since her return to action in January after the London Olympic Games, doubles specialist Jwala Gutta hasn’t been able to recapture her old form, despite trying out several new partners.

India end campaign on a high

Achanta Sharath Kamal

Achanta Sharath Kamal had a chance of avenging his team championship loss to Hu Li in the men’s singles semi-finals on Friday. But the 69th-ranked Indian yet again failed to get past his familiar Singaporean rival, only to be content with a bronze as India wrapped up their campaign with nine medals at the Commonwealth Table Tennis Championships here.

Silver lining for Soumyajit, Mouma


Soumyajit Ghosh and Mouma Das began the day with an upset win but failed to continue the momentum, settling for the silver in the mixed doubles final as India were assured of six other medals at the 1

Neha hits top gear

Neha Aggarwal

Poor form and fitness may have cost her a place in the national squad in the last two years, but a rejuvenated Neha Aggarwal says she is slowing getting her rhythm back. The 23-year-old’s performances at the ongoing Commonwealth Table Tennis Championships strongly suggest a return to form.

Pornanong wins; Aditi in top ten


For Pornanong Phatlum, the celebrations of her 23rd birthday began early at the DLF Golf and the Country Club. On Sunday, the stylish Thai golfer received her biggest birthday present a first Ladies E

Caroline hits form; Aditi slips


Last year's champion Caroline Hedwall once again sent a clear message of returning to form to her fellow golfers in the Ladies European Tour. Bengaluru girl Aditi Ashok stumbled on Saturday after her

Ciganda starts as favourite

The country’s top women golfers will be up against a stellar line-up from the Ladies European and Asian Tours, when the $300,000 Hero Women’s Indian Open tees off at the DLF Golf and Country Club here

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