SAI misplaces Balbir Sr's priceless possessions
SAI misplaces Balbir Sr's priceless possessions

Hockey legend Balbir Singh Sr. has claimed that Sports Authority of India has misplaced his priceless memoribilia, which inculdes his Olympic blazer, medals and rare pictures he had donated to SAI in 1985.

20 Delhi Police personnel chosen for medals

Twenty Delhi Police personnel have been selected for medals for their meritorious service, on the eve of the Independence Day.

Olympic relay medals in jeopardy after Tyson Gay`s ban

The International Olympics Committee (IOC) will have the final say on whether Tyson Gay`s 4x100 metres relay team mates will be stripped of their London Games medals in the wake of the sprinter`s doping ban, the IAAF told Reuters.

HI ropes in scientific advisor for senior women`s team

With an aim to make the side physically and mentally fit, Hockey India today appointed Matthew Tredrea as the scientific advisor of the senior women`s team.

Kin of Parliament attack martyrs ready to take back medals

Nearly seven years after they returned the gallantry medals protesting delay in hanging of Afzal Guru, family members of Parliament attack martyrs said they were now ready to accept the honour.

US: 67 years later, WWII veteran gets 9 medals

An 86-year-old military veteran from suburban Philadelphia has belatedly received several medals earned for his service in World War II.

24 Medals for CBI officals

CBI sleuths probing big-ticket
corruption cases figure prominently in this year`s 24 service
medals announced on Wednesday.

Rajapaksa approves court order to strip Fonseka of rank, medals

Former Sri Lankan Army Chief Gen
Sarath Fonseka was stripped off his rank, medals and pension.

Medals galore but where is the cash incentive?

Indian athletes have swept the South Asian Games, fetching medals in almost all the disciplines but there has been no cash incentive or encouragement from the government, lamented chef-de-mission Paresh Nath Mukherjee.

Medals galore but where is the cash incentive?

Indian athletes have swept the South Asian Games, fetching medals in almost all the disciplines but there has been no cash incentive or encouragement from the government, lamented chef-de-mission Paresh Nath Mukherjee.

IAAF agrees that Semenya keeps title-South Africa

The International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) has agreed that South African runner Caster Semenya will keep her 800 metres world title, the country`s sports ministry said.

IAAF agrees that Semenya keeps title-South Africa

The International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) has agreed that South African runner Caster Semenya will keep her 800 metres world title, the country`s sports ministry said.

Mary Slaney still yearns to run

Even after all the pain, the surgery and the heartbreak, Mary Slaney still wants to run.

Mary Slaney still yearns to run

Even after all the pain, the surgery and the heartbreak, Mary Slaney still wants to run.