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Army hold defending champions ONGC


Watching ONGC struggling to recreate the magic that helped them capture everyone’s imagination on their successful march to winning the trophy in 2010, one can’t help but get the impression that their

IOC hammer hapless ICF


For the second match in a row a tenacious Punjab National Bank failed to press home the advantage despite having their much-vaunted opponents ONGC dancing to their tune in the MCC-Murugappa Gold Cup h

Mighty BPCL blank IOB


Brushing aside any misplaced notions of complacency creeping in their game following their rather subdued effort against also-rans Punjab National Bank in the opening fixture, BPCL responded in a mann

Flying Start for Air India, PNB hold BPCL


Title contenders BPCL were forced to swallow their pride as they were held to a 1-1 draw by a spirited Punjab National Bank in the opening fixture of the 87th all-India MCC-Murugappa Gold Cup hockey t

India gets stick for ignoring hockey


The Indian hockey team’s pathetic performance at the London Olympics was symbolic of the national game’s pitiful state in the country.

With power-hungry administrators divided into two groups for th

Khaja Mian trounce Christu Raja 4-0 for title


Khaja Mian HSS packed a punch with a sublime showing that was every bit befitting of a champion team as they condemned a below-par Christu Raja HSS to a 4-0 pasting in the final of the A.S. Vedanayaga

Indian hockey team finishes last at Olympics


Indian Hockey team on Saturday touched a new low by finishing at the bottom of the competition after being beaten 3-2 by South Africa in the 11-12 place classification match at the Olympic Games here on Saturday.

Indian hockey hits its nadir


Indian hockey’s dismal performance at the London Olympics is an unexpected result which none of us could have anticipated.

With Michael Nobbs at the helm, I thought this was a step towards building

Hockey: India aim to avert bottom finish in Olympic campaign


Their reputation in tatters, Indian hockey team would look to salvage at least one victory from their disastrous Olympic Games campaign that has pushed them into a playoff to avert the bottom place fi

Hockey team suffers fifth straight loss on medalless day

India on Tuesday ended their Olympic Games campaign with an ignominious all-loss record, their worst in the history of the mega event, after they were drubbed 3-0 by lowly Belgium in their last pool m

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