Aryan, who is currently playing in the World Junior Chess Championship in Pune, is being touted as the next Magnus Carlsen.
Trezeguet, the World Cup and European Championship winner, has had a storming beginning to his short stint in India.
The presence of China, Japan and South Korea will dwarf the Indian contingent at the Asian Games.
Mithali Raj scored an unbeaten 50 in the Test. India will now take on England in a three-match ODI series.
Arpinder, whose first leap of 16.63 metres got him bronze, was very disappointed with the performance.
The Jamaican Usain Bolt’s quartet posted a time of 37.58 seconds, a new CWG record.
Australia defend Commonwealth Games hockey gold after a 4-0 thrashing of India in the final.
Rupinder and Birendra Lakra were solid in defence and prevented two on-goal attempts by New Zealand.
Saina Nehwal, the defending Commonwealth Champion is not participating in the event.
Sharath and Amalraj progress to the gold medal match in the men’s table-tennis doubles event.
Seema Punia had won a bronze in the Delhi edition of the Games four years ago.
The 3-0 result over Prince moved Vijender into the semi-final, assuring him of a bronze.
Olympic bronze medallist Yogeshwar uses his signature move — ‘Fitele’ — to win gold in Glasgow.
Three lifters who won bronze make coach and his gym proud.
Four Indian wrestlers, including World Cup medallist Bajrang, forced to settle for silver.
Vinesh has been brought up by her uncle on the family’s staple diet of wrestling.
Sushil Kumar leads the way as wrestlers win three gold and one silver on India’s best day in Glasgow.
Rai’s dominance in the final saw bronze medallist Repacholi of Australia lag behind by a whopping 27.1 points.
Anisa Sayyed again makes nation proud, PMC yet to give her flat promised in 2010.
India did not have the best of starts, with K Shamini losing her opening singles rubber rather tamely.