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Women's hockey: India crush Thailand 13-0

Guangzhou: The Indian women's hockey team crushed Thailand 13-0 but the emphatic victory on Friday came too late in the day as they are already out of the contention for a final berth in the Asian Gam

India decimate Bangladesh 9-0 in hockey, swimming hopes drown

Guangzhou: The Indian men's hockey team decimated Bangladesh 9-0 on Wednesday during an otherwise disappointing morning on the fifth day of competitions at the Asian Games.

Swimmer Virdhaval Khade, w

India to host four big hockey events in three years

Montreux: The International Hockey Federation has allotted four major events to India in the next three years. The Netherlands will host the 2014 men's and women's World Cup.

India will conduct the 2

‘Indian hockey lacks top-class centre-half’

Australia exposed India’s inadequacies in all departments rather brutally in the final of the CWG men’s hockey. With India’s PM Manmohan Singh watching from the stands, the reigning world champions de

Pak hockey captain vows to avenge CWG defeat

Karachi: Pakistan hockey captain Zeeshan Ashraf has vowed to avenge their defeat against India in the recently-concluded Commonwealth Games when the two arch-rivals meet for the third time this year i

Crowd in India during CWG abusive: Pak hockey captain

Karachi: The Pakistan Hockey Federation and national captain Zeeshan Ashraf feel one reason for the team's poor Commonwealth Games performance was the crowd behaviour in Delhi which has become 'abusiv

CWG hockey: Aussies give India an 8-0 thrashing


Jason Wilson and Luke Doerner scored two goals apiece as world champion Australia thrashed India 8-0 to win its fourth successive Commonwealth Games men's field hockey gold on Thursday.

Silver lining on hockey horizon

Oct. 14: World champs Australia turned the heat on India, blanking them 8-0 in the final of the men’s hockey competition here on Thursday. Playing in sweltering heat, the Aussies — who had so far comp

CWG women's hockey: England begin medal hunt in style

New Delhi: England, the highest ranked team in the women's hockey competition at the 19th Commonwealth Games, opened their campaign in pool B with a 4-1 win against arch-rivals Wales at the Major Dhya

England athletes to stay at hotels instead of Games village

England have committed participation in the Commonwealth Games but the first batch of athletes who would land in Delhi today would put up at hotels instead of the Games' Village as it would be 'severa

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