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World Series Hockey row deepens


Hockey India’s “persuasion” might have “forced” 12 members of the national team to sign on the dotted line — agreeing to skip the cash-rich World Series Hockey beginning December 17 — but the exercise

Rupinder's injury concern for India ahead of semifinals against SA


Rupinder Pal Singh's knee injury is a cause of concern for the Indian hockey team as it prepares to take on hosts South Africa in the semifinals of the Champions Challenge tournament here on Saturd

Six more Indian hockey players break ties with WSH


In another big jolt for the proposed World Series Hockey, six more Indian players have decided to withdraw from the lucrative league to appear in the national camp for the Olympics qualifiers.


Hockey: India outplay Poland 7-0, top group in Champions Challenge

Tushar Khandekar and Yuvraj Walmiki scored two goals each as India spanked Poland 7-0 to ensure itself top spot in group A in the Champions Challenge hockey tournament here on Tuesday.

India will tak

India prepare for all-Asian quarterfinal against Malaysia


Despite two convincing wins on the trot, India will have to guard against complacency when they take on an unpredictable Malaysia in the quarterfinal of the Champions Challenge hockey tournament he

Six top Indian players pull out of WSH after HI threat

The multi-million dollar World Series Hockey received a big jolt even before the ball started rolling as top six Indian players, including Sandeep Singh and Sardara Singh, have withdrawn from the leag

WSH isn’t for youngsters: Philips


The World Series Hockey has sparked a raging debate in hockey circles, with less than 20 days to go for the start of the money-rich league.

For those associated with the WSH, the franchisee-based to

India lose bronze medal match to Korea in Sultan of Johor Cup

Indian hockey team will return empty-handed from the Sultan of Johor Cup as it lost the bronze medal match against South Korea after conceding a golden goal, on Saturday.

Korean captain Yang Ji Hun s

FIH to continue recognising Hockey India, ready to conduct Olympic qualifiers

In a major breather for hockey in the country, International Hockey Federation (FIH) has decided to continue with its recognition of Hockey India (HI) and also conduct the Olympic qualifiers next Febr

Hockey: Indian women down Kiwis


India pulled off a last-gasp win to make a strong start in the inaugural Lal Bahadur Shastri women’s Under-21 hockey four-nation tournament at the Major Dhyan Chand National Stadium here on Tuesday.

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