We will make it count say Indian women hockey players

We will make it count say Indian women hockey players

An "overjoyed" Indian women hockey team today vowed to make the most of the Olympic qualification as it will be one last opportunity for many players to compete in the showpiece event.

Custodian Savita is India's star as women enhance 2016 Rio Olympics chances

Custodian Savita is India's star as women enhance 2016 Rio Olympics chances

Custodian Savita emerged a saviour by blocking half-a-dozen goal-bearing chances as India enhanced their Olympic qualification, following a 1-0 victory over Japan in the fifth-place playoff in the women Hockey World League Semifinals, here on Saturday.

Indians sign off with 3 gold at World Jr Women's boxing

Indians sign off with 3 gold at World Jr Women's boxing

 Indian boxers rounded off a thoroughly commendable performance at the AIBA Women's Junior World Championships, clinching three gold and two silver medals on the final day of the event here on Saturday.

Five Indians in World Jr. Women's boxing semis

Five Indians in World Jr. Women's boxing semis

 Indian boxers continued to pack a punch at the AIBA Women's Junior World Championships with three more assuring themselves of medals by advancing to the semifinals here on Wednesday.

Indian eves hold mighty Aus to 0-0 draw in Hawke's Bay Cup

Indian eves hold mighty Aus to 0-0 draw in Hawke's Bay Cup

After two consecutive defeats, India women's hockey team put up a much-improved show to hold world No. 2 Australia to a goalless draw in their third match of the Hawke's Bay Cup, here on Tuesday.

Asian Games 2014: Indian eves lose to South Korea in hockey semi-final

Asian Games 2014: Indian eves lose to South Korea in hockey semi-final

Indian women's hockey team put up a determined effort before going down to a superior South Korean outfit by 1-3 margin in the semi-final of the 17th Asian Games, here today.

How AAP member Chandra Mohan Sharma faked his death

How AAP member Chandra Mohan Sharma faked his death

Once a 'dead' man, Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) member and Right to Information (RTI) activist Chandra Mohan Sharma in now very much alive and an accused in a murder case.

Indian goalkeepers keep faith in their defence line

Indian goalkeepers P.R. Sreejesh and Savita have full faith in the defence line of the respective men`s and women`s hockey teams here at the 2014 Commonwealth Games.

India start preparatory camp ahead of Champions Challenge 1

A three-week long preparatory camp for India`s senior women core probables for the FIH Champions Challenge 1 on Monday started at the National Institute of Sports (NIS) here and will continue till April 12.

Irish Cabinet set to take up expert group`s report

Amid controversy over the death of an Indian dentist, the Irish Cabinet is set to discuss the report of an expert group.