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Shooter Jitu Rai among seven dropped from TOP Scheme

Top Indian marksman Jitu Rai was on Wednesday dropped from the Target Olympic Podium Scheme, along with three other shooters, on grounds of recent lack of form.

Gagan Narang, Jitu Rai, Mehuli Ghosh fail to make cut for Asian Games squad

The seasoned Gagan Narang, Jitu Rai and young Mehuli Ghosh failed to make the Indian shooting squad for the upcoming Asian Games

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Om Mitharval, Jitu Rai off the mark at Munich World Cup

Om Prakash reached 10m air pistol final at Munich World Cup but misses podium; Jitu Rai continued to struggle

India shooters to take a break, for the better

After a middling outing at Changwon World Cup, shooters to skip USA edition to recover and remain fresh for busy second-half of the year.

CWG 2018: India's gold rush continues as badminton, table tennis teams script historic wins

India ended day 5 with 10 gold, four silver and five bronze medals to take their tally to 19 and sit third on the table.

CWG 2018: 'My belief was unflinching,' says Jitu Rai on gold medal win

CWG 2018: Jitu Rai's score of 235.1 in the finals was enough to break the Commonwealth Games record and land him the gold.

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CWG 2018: Jitu Rai wins gold, Om Mitharval bronze in 10m Air Pistol

CWG 2018: Jitu Rai created a new Commonwealth Games record. His win helped India take back the third spot from Canada in the overall medal tally. 

Jitu Rai Profile, Stats, Record: In-form Jitu Rai shooting for gold

Commonwealth Games 2018: Jitu Rai, who won the gold medal in 50 m pistol category at Commonwealth Games 2018 at Glasglow, is part of India's 15-member men's squad at the upcoming CWG event.

Jitu Rai does not want 2022 CWG boycott on shooting issue

Jitu Rai on Thursday said the imminent dropping of shooting from the 2022 Commonwealth Games would be a huge loss to the country but felt that India should not resort to a boycott of the quadrennial multi-sporting event due to the issue.

Mehuli Ghosh, Shahzar Rizvi bring India glory in maiden ISSF World Cup appearance

Shahzar Rizvi and Mehuli Ghosh won gold and bronze respectively in their maiden ISSF World Cup appearances.

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Sports stars, other than MS Dhoni, who have held positions in Indian armed forces

Mahendra Singh Dhoni, who holds the honorary rank of Lieutenant Colonel of Indian Army accepted the prestigious Padma Bhushan Award in his army uniform.

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