Indian Women Hockey Team Show Their Potential

It so happens that sometimes the final outcome of a match does not really tell the true story of how a team have performed – the performance of the Indian women hockey team the recently-held Hawke’s Bay Cup in New Zealand is a classic example of this. Indian women hockey team put up emphatic performance

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Indian Hockey Team Needs To Stay Consistent

There is one question about the Indian hockey team that is asked many a time! How does this team, blessed with so much flair, manage to ‘upset’ its fans and supporters by its propensity to ‘consistently’ press the ‘inconsistent’ button? If it was an average side devoid of ‘skills’ one wouldn’t have complained about their

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World League Round 2: Indian Women Hockey Team Dazzle

Hockey action in the month of March shifted to New Delhi, where the Indian women’s hockey team took on some of the world’s lesser nations as well as a few formidable sides in the FIH Hockey World League Round 2 Event played at the Major Dhyan Chand National Stadium. FIH Hockey World League: Indian women

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Breaking Into Top-20 My Dream: Achanta Sharath Kamal

India’s ace men’s table tennis player Achanta Sharath Kamal is looking to break into the top-20 after his giant-killing run in the recent Asian Table Tennis Championships in Jaipur, where he pulled off a creditable sixth-place finish. The country’s top ranked paddler vanquished three top players in the top-20 – world number ten Chuang Chih-Yuan

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Vandana Katariya: Gaining Experience Has Helped

She infuses a breath of fresh air into the Indian forwardline that already boasts of experienced strikers like Rani Rampal and Poonam Rani. Vandana Katariya has been one of the most talked-about players in the Indian women hockey team. The 22-year-old Uttarakhand girl, who slammed 11 goals in the Hockey World League Round 2 Event

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Sultan Azlan Shah Cup 2015 : A Tough Test for India

Will the Sultan Azlan Shah Cup, the first international tournament of 2015 see the Indian senior men’s hockey team crown themselves in glory? Well, it’s a tough question to answer as the Sardar Singh-led side is unlikely to have a stroll in the park at Ipoh given the fact that the 2015 edition features world

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Indian Hockey Can Look Up To 2015 With Optimism

2014 was truly one of the best years one can remember for Indian hockey. It’s not often that we see the national team spike the guns of the world’s top four teams in a single year given the dwindling fortunes of the team over the past few decades. It won’t be at all ‘unfair’ to

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Indian Weightlifting Faces Doping Challenges

Indian weightlifting has been grappling with ‘doping’ over many years now. Over the last ten years or so the International Weightlifting Federation (IWF) has suspended the Indian Weightlifting Federation twice and even had let off the Indian body with a hefty fine in 2009. The ‘doping-ravaged Indian weightlifting’ appeared to have battled its way in

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Kidambi Srikanth : Consistency Is The Key

Kidambi Srikanth or K Srikanth as he is more popularly known, is on a roll. The 22-year-old Guntur lad is in the ‘form of his life’. The youngster recently annexed the $120,000 Swiss Open in Basel, getting the better of Denmark’s Viktor Axelsen 21-15, 12-21, 21-14 in a tight summit clash and also reached the

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Martin Guptill – The Aggressor In Classical Mould

His father runs a trucking company in New Zealand! And Martin Guptill was nothing less than a ‘truck’ lording over all other ‘smaller vehicles’ on the road, in the quarter final of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015. Just that in this scenario the ‘smaller vehicles’ were the West Indies bowlers in Wellington. What a

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