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Chandigarh's young squash players begin professional training at Khelshala

Bajwa, who shifted base from USA to India in 2009, has been training more than 50 village kids at Khelshala campuses in Chandigarh and Majra village in Mohali. “Our focus has been on providing sports, academics and yoga (SAY) to children

Saurav Ghosal, Joshna Chinappa win Asian Championship titles

Joshna Chinappa, the second seed, successfully defended her title, beating top seed Annie Au of Hong Kong. Saurav Ghosal, the top seed, downed fourth seed Leo Au Chun Ming, also of Hong Kong, in straight games.

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Eight-time world champion Nicol David to retire at end of season

Malaysia's eight-time world squash champion Nicol David will retire at the end of the season, the 35-year-old has said.

Saurav Ghosal progresses to the third round at Qatar Classic

Saurav Ghosal, who had a bye in the first round, defeated Leo Au 11-2, 11-3, 11-5 and will face second seed Ali Farag of Egypt in the third round.

Squash Junior World Championships: India go down to Pakistan in pre-quarters

India suffered a narrow 1-2 loss against arch-rivals Pakistan in the pre-quarterfinals of the WSF-World Junior Squash team championship.

Squash Junior World Championships: India to meet Pakistan in pre quarter-final

Pakistan set up a pre-quarterfinal clash with host India in the WSF-World junior men's squash team championship.

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There weren't any safety concerns in India: Swiss squash player's parents clarify

The parents of Switzerland squash player Ambre Allinckx, who reportedly "pulled out" from the ongoing WSF-World Junior Squash Championship here owing to safety concerns, have said "they never were concerned about safety in India" contrary to what was published in the media.

Deconstructing squash's crafty customer Mazen Hesham

Sourav Ghosal deconstructs the Mazen Hesham's game and what it takes to beat such players.

Squash: Joshana Chinappa scripts biggest upset, beats World No. 1 Raneem El Welily

Just last month, Chinappa overcame 10th ranked Annie Au in the US Open – a feat she has now eclipsed by beating the top player in the world.

Bloodied but unbeaten, Joshana Chinappa wins NSCI Open

Joshana Chinappa sealed the NSCI final and title after a 11-8, 11-9, 11-2 win over Habiba Mohamed of Egypt.

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Abhinav Bindra, Saurav Ghosal give India reason to smile at Asian Games 2014

One of India's best shooters & perhaps India's best men's singles squash player didn't disappoint at the Asiad.

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12th South Asian Games conclude

Guwahati, Feb 24 (ANI): The 12th South Asian games were declared close in a glittering ceremony that saw performances by eight live bands from across the northeastern states. India's regional supremacy went unchallenged as the hosts were crowned overall champions for the 12th consecutive time after notching up a record-breaking haul of 188 gold, 90 silver and 30 bronze medals taking the overall tally to 308. While Sri Lanka with a total of 186 medals came second, Pakistan begged third position with 106 medals. Afghanistan stood at fourth with a medal tally of 35, Bangladesh at fifth with 75 medals, Nepal secured sixth position with 60 medals, Maldives stands at seventh with a medal tally of 3 and Bhutan stands at eighth with a total of 16 medals. Cycling, football, hockey, squash, volleyball were among 23 sport disciplines of which 16 were held in Guwahati and 7 in Shillong. The hosting of the major international sporting event is part of the government's efforts to develop India's northeast region. The two hosting cities Guwahati and Shillong showcased the culture and heritage of northeast India. The mega sports extravaganza will help boost the state's tourism besides pushing infrastructural growth. The objective of decentralizing sports to centres outside the metros is laudable and the effort will boost economic growth and bring prosperity to the region, making India a global destination for sports.

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