Tejaswini Sawant has a special connection with the armed forces. Both her grandfathers were in the Army, while her father had served in the Navy for a short while.
Manu Bhaker slammed media reports that suggested she was insulted at a felicitation ceremony in Haryana.
Neeraj Chopra, who clinched the gold at 2016 World Junior Championships, produced a season best of 86.47 metres to claim the yellow metal at Gold Coast.
Jitu Rai is worried about the adverse effect that non-inclusion of the sport in the 2022 Birmingham Games will have on young talents.
Following a hearing by the Commonwealth Games Federation's (CGF) Federation Court, the doctor was handed a strong written reprimand in the case.
India’s first ever mixed team gold at the Commonwealth Games was headlined by the singles players, but it was the crucial Ashwini Ponnappa-Satwiksairaj Rankireddy mixed doubles win against Malaysia in the final that set up the top podium.
Manika Batra hopes that she has done enough to spark a table tennis revolution in India like Saina Nehwal and PV Sindhu did for badminton.
IOA said it supports officials who had appealed against CGF Court decision to oust the two athletes from the Games Village.
India's contingent from different sports started arriving back home from Gold Coast where the country won a total of 66 medals.
While the medallists deservedly garnered plaudits, a look at the rest of the Indian contingent who fell short, sometimes well short, of the podium.
Gold Coast resembled a ghost town days before the Commonwealth Games 2018 began, albeit a hauntingly beautiful one, as paranoid residents anticipating chaos left the place.
PV Sindhu, an Olympic and World Championship silver medallist, settled for a silver after losing a close final to compatriot Saina Nehwal in Gold Coast.
CWG 2018: India had a successful stint Down Under in Gold Coast as the country came back with the second best showing and improved on Glasgow medal haul.
The Indian contingent featured in three out of the top five most-Tweeted #GC2018 moments.
The Tamil Nadu government on Monday lauded sportspersons from the state who had won medals at the just concluded 21st Commonwealth Games in Australia, and announced rich cash incentives for their feats.
Organisers' decision to have athletes enter the Carrara Stadium before the ceremony began meant television viewers saw little of the people the closing was meant to celebrate.
According to the new policy that got the Cabinet green light just last week, the gold medallists will be awarded Rs 1.5 crore, silver medallists Rs 75 lakh and bronze medallists Rs 50 lakh.
Commonwealth Games began with Saina Nehwal issuing a pullout threat and ends with the ace Indian shuttler winning two gold medals.
Reeling from sandpapergate, hosts find a balm in the CWG 2018 medal rush and return to their swaggering self.
Sports Minister Rajyavardhan Rathore on Sunday lauded the Indian athletes' performance at the Commonwealth Games.