With only the last day remaining at the South Asian Games, the Indian contingent has proven to be far more superior than any of its participating neighbours. The team has won a total of 276 medals that is 107 more than second placed Sri Lanka. India’s gold tally is at a whopping 160, while Sri
Satish Kumar, L Devendro Singh and Shiva Thapa lost their semi final bouts against their respective opponents to settle for the bronze and a place at the Doha World Championships. However, Vikas Krishan is the man for India, with the scope of winning the highest honours at the ongoing Asian Championships. Vikas won his semi-final
There is great news for Indian boxing fans from the Asian Boxing Championships today. Three of India’s pugilists have booked their semi-final berths and thereby assured themselves of three medals at the Championships. But the best news is that they have received berths for the World Championships at Doha! That also means that these Indian
Puneri Paltan locked horns with Bengaluru Bulls in match 13 of the Star Sports Pro Kabaddi League in Kolkata on Saturday. Coming after a heart-breaking defeat against Dabang Delhi on Friday, Pune were up against a formidable Bengaluru unit that entered the mat riding on the momentum of a comfortable win against Patna Pirates. Pune
It is not often that the Indian boxing contingent displays its authority away from home, but the boxers have exceeded expectations in the ongoing Doha International Boxing Tournament, which started on the 19th of this month. Devendro Singh Shines Bright At the Ali Bin Hamad Al Attiyah Multipurpose Sports Hall in Doha, India’s brightest hope
Even without Vijender Singh not in contention, Haryana bagged the Champions Trophy. Haryana boxers clinched four golds to finish on top of the table with 40 points.