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World series hockey: Punjab thrash hosts Chennai


Sher-E-Punjab confirmed their presence in the semifinals of the Bridgestone World Series Hockey with a thoroughly professional 4-2 win over Chennai Cheetahs here on Sunday. The result at the MRK Stadi

Chennai Warsi’s second home


There was a deathly silence at the MRK Stadium when Imran Warsi of Chennai Cheetahs was carried off the field after a collision with a Bhopal Badshahs player during a World Series Hockey match on Tues

Cheetahs have SF in sight


The coming week will be momentous for Chennai Cheetahs in the Bridgestone World Series Hockey.

The Cheetahs will be playing four home matches on the trot and they must fire on all cylinders at the MR

Semi-final entry at London Games would be great feat: Zafar


Former India hockey captain Zafar Iqbal does not see the national team ending its three-decade old medal drought at the London Olympics this year, but is of the opinion that a semi final berth would b

Pakistan coach stays away from Olympics hockey training camp


Pakistan hockey appears to be caught in a web of problems as their foreign coach Michel Van Den Heuvel has refused to attend a training camp for the London Olympic probables in protest over some issue

Cheetahs have holes to plug


Chennai Cheetahs failed to meet the expectations of their fans against Mumbai Marines in the Bridgestone World Series Hockey on Tuesday.

After a diabolical performance in all departments, the Cheeta

WSH: Pune Strykers beat Delhi Wizards in an away game

Penalty corner expert Gurpreet Singh's late conversions steered Pune Strykers to an impressive 3-1 win over Delhi Wizards in the third and last match on day four of the World Series Hockey here on Sat

HI still waiting for Sport ministry's approval for Oly camp


Indian hockey team's preparation for the London Olympics is in jeopardy as the Sports Ministry is yet to approve the training camp, which was scheduled to start at the SAI centre in Bangalore from Mon

Riaz salutes steely Sardar


Mohammed Riaz is delighted to have played a small part in Indian hockey team’s victorious campaign in the Olympic qualifiers.

The Arjuna awardee and former Indian star was an assistant to national c

World Series Hockey from Wednesday


The inaugural Bridgestone World Series Hockey has met so many obstacles that its organisers will be more relieved than ecstatic when the cash-rich tournament gets off the floor at Chandigarh on Wednes

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