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Indian basketball players ‘forced’ to play without turbans

According to media reports, they were forced to remove their turbans for the Japan tie in the Asia Cup.

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Indian athletes slam ‘unacceptable’ living conditions at NIS

Athletes and coaches called the conditions at the NIS “unhygienic and unacceptable” for any athlete.

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Rapper Honey Singh buys kabaddi team, names it Yo Yo Tigers

The World Kabaddi League is a personal venture headed by Punjab deputy chief minister Sukhbir Singh Badal.

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Vincenzo Nibali claims Tour de France yellow

Italian Vincenzo Nibali claimed the Tour de France yellow jersey with a late attack on the second stage.

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IOA seeks Prime Minister’s help to save India’s Asiad bid

Deadline to submit the bid had ended July 1 but IOA had requested for 15-day extension, which OCA had declined.

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OCA extends deadline for submitting 2019 Asian Games bid

The OCA has given India 2 extra days to submit their bid as the original host Hanoi backed out.

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Medical reports claim Oscar Pistorius suffering from post traumatic stress disorder and depression

The psychologists’ report was filed after a 30 day observation period at a state psychiatric hospital.

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NSFs should be accountable, says Sarbananda Sonowal

Sports Minister Sarbananda Sonowal says he wants National Sports Federations to be accountable.

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Following World Cup success, Jitu Rai becomes world’s No. 1 pistol shooter

The 27-year-old armyman from Lucknow is the seventh Indian shooter to have achieved this feat.

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Oscar Pistorius trial resumes

Pistorius’ trial resumed after a break of one month where his mental condition was assessed.

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The win takes Pankaj to highest tally of world titles by any Indian cueist in the Open (Men's) category. (Source: File)

Pankaj Advani creates history in Sharm El-Sheikh

This win takes Pankaj to highest tally of world titles by any Indian cueist in the Open (Men’s) category.


High-altitude sport action barred for those below 16

Fitness certificates a must for older partcipants, government registration mandatory for organisers.


Pankaj Advani creates history after rare double

Advani becomes first player to win world titles in the long and shorter formats of both billiards and snooker.

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The rising son: Hrishikesh Pendse picked for top Japan rugby club

The deal came through after Pendse failed a trial with a lower ranked Japanese team earlier this year.

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Indian Olympic Association begins process of seeking approval for Asian Games bid

IOA wrote to Sports Ministry and Delhi LG to seek government approval required for hosting 2019 ASIAD.

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