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Sindhu stuns world champ


India’s rising shuttler P.V.

Spirited start by Saina


Saina Nehwal on Wednesday began her campaign for an elusive medal at the world championships with a crushing straight-games victory over lower-ranked Olga Golovanova of Russia in the women’s singles.

Fit-again Saina has eyes on title

Bolstered by a favourable draw, a fit-again Saina Nehwal will look to record her maiden podium finish when she leads the country’s strongest-ever squad at the 2013 badminton World Championships that b

Asian games hockey: India beat Pak 3-2, reach semis


Indian men's hockey team reached the semifinals of the Asian Games after beating Pakistan 3-2 in a group B match here on Saturday.

Asian Games tennis: Sania Mirza in women's singles semis

India's Sania Mirza dispatched second-seeded Thai Tamarine Tanasugarn 6-2, 6-3 to move into the women's singles semifinals of Asian Games tennis competitions here Saturday.

Asian Games hockey: India beat Pakistan 3-2


India defeated Pakistan 3-2 in a group B men's hockey match at the Asian Games here Saturday.

Sania-Edina in doubles QF at Guangzhou WTA event

Continuing her good run at the Guangzhou International Women's Open, Sania Mirza sealed a berth in the doubles quarter-finals along with Edina Gallovits, following a straight-set win over Sally Pears

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