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Hockey in the wind again


The second Anglo-Indian hockey tournament will start at the MRK Stadium, Egmore, on Friday. Twelve teams from across the country will take part in the two-day event. Bow Barracks, Kolkata, are the def

Preserving a legacy


The second Anglo- Indian Hockey Tournament and Hockey Dinner Dance to be in held in Chennai this month promises a lot of action and fun!

The Anglo-Indian community contributed heavily to the sport of

Hockey: Sardar Singh is India's midfield maestro


Following India’s eighth-place finish at the 2010 Hockey World Cup at home, the then-coach Jose Brasa had put up a chart outside his hotel room.

It depicted the team’s performance with individual ev

Team peaking at the right time: Coach

As the Indian women’s hockey team played the last of their training games against the Bharat Academy boys — in preparation for the Olympic qualifiers next week — the overseas teams, too, began their b

Need to be consistent to qualify for Olympics: Pradhan


One of the most experienced players of the present Indian women's hockey team, Subhadra Pradhan believes consistency will be key to the hosts' success in the London Olympics qualifers starting later n

Sahara to renew sponsorship deal with Indian hockey


Their association with cricket might have gone sour but Sahara Group is set to renew its long-term sponsorship deal with Indian hockey by signing a five-year agreement with Hockey India, the modalitie

A coach who crafted victory


Every great coach leaves behind an era of optimism and a legacy of winning. Be it the colossal European football leagues or a school’s hockey team, what is left behind after the coach parts ways with

No space for sports in Indian Bank locker


The number of Indian Bank basketball players who represented Tamil Nadu at the national championship held in Chennai two months ago is zero.

No Indian Bank player had made it to the state squad for

Didn’t know of my selection, says Kothajit


It was just another day for midfielder Kothajit Singh, who went about his training module at the SAI Centre in Lucknow, on Monday afternoon.

The national camp for the Olympic hockey qualifiers had br

India come from behind to hold South Africa 3-3, win series 3-1

India made a stunning comeback from three goals down to hold South Africa 3-3 and won the five-match Karbonn Cup hockey Test series 3-1 at the Major Dhyan Chand National Stadium here on Sunday.


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