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Archer Dola Banerjee faces conflict of interest question

Archer Dola Banerjee faces conflict of interest question

According to a report in the DNA, Sports Authority of India (SAI) and Sports Ministry could find themselves in a soup with regards to archer Dola Banerjee's presence on the Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna and Arjuna Award committees for this year.

Sania Mirza glad to be recommended for Khel Ratna

Sania Mirza glad to be recommended for Khel Ratna

 Indian tennis ace Sania Mirza expressed her delight at having been recommended for the prestigious Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna, the country's highest sporting award, on Tuesday.

Deepika Kumari stuns Chang Hye-Jin, wins bronze at Antalya Archery World Cup

Deepika Kumari stuns Chang Hye-Jin, wins bronze at Antalya Archery World Cup

Archer​ Deepika Kumari stuns world number 8, Chang Hye Jin, on Sunday to win bronze medal in Women's Recurve event at Antalya Archery World Cup.

Mental training camp for archers ends in Delhi

Mental training camp for archers ends in Delhi

Sports Ministry has for the first time organised a mental training camp for top archers in the country under the guidance of a trainer from a renowned institute in United States.

Archers hit new low, return empty-handed from Shanghai WC

Indian compound mixed pair of Abhishek Verma and Jyothi Surekha Vennam lost in the bronze medal play-off to cap a rare forgettable outing at the Archery World Cup Stage I in Shanghai today.

Top archers to be in action in National Ranking event

The country`s top archers, including Deepika Kumari, will be seen in action in the TATA National Ranking Archery Tournament (NRAT) - 2nd Stage for Sub-Junior, Junior and Senior beginning at Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium on Tuesday.

Deepika makes it to the round of 32 in Archery World Cup

Deepika Kumari got back into rhythm and kept India`s medal hopes alive advancing into the round of 32 in the recurve individual section at the Archery World Cup Stage 4 in Wroclaw, Poland on Wednesday.

Women archers want national camp shifted out of Pune

With the confidence of women archers "shattered" by the recent incident of alleged sexual misconduct and a suicide in the Army Sports Institute in Pune, the Archery Association of India could shift the venue of the national camp for next month`s World Cup stage III.

Railways archers in limbo due to AAI suspension

The derecognition of the Archery Association of India has jeopardised the careers of archers employed with the Railways as they have been asked not to take part in any tournament conducted by the AAI.

Top archers of NRAT to represent India in World Cup Stage

The top four men and women archers in the recurve and compound section of the 2nd National Ranking Archery Tournament (NRAT) will represent India in the forthcoming World Cup Stage I and II, an official of the Archery Association of India (AAI) said.

Deepika, Atanu, Dola emerge champions

Ace archers Deepika Kumari and Atanu Das of Steel Plant Sports Board (SPSB) and Dola Banerjee of Railway Sport Promotion Board (RSPB) won the top place in the 1st and 2nd elimination round of the ongoing 2nd National Ranking Archery Tournament (NRAT) at the JRD Tata Sports Complex on Saturday.

Dola pins hopes on archers to triumph in London

Dola Banerjee could not make it to her third straight Olympics but has no doubt that the squad picked for the upcoming London Games is the best to represent India.

Olympics: Archer Rahul wants to win medal for sister Dola

Indian archer Rahul Banerjee says his success graph would not have gone upward without motherly support of his elder sister Dola.

Indian archers hopeful of two medals in Olympics: Limba

Calling for financial assistance for the London Olympics-bound archers, Indian chief coach Limba Ram on Saturday said he was hopeful of winning at least two medals in the July 27-August 12 mega sporting event.

Dola Banerjee finishes seventh in selection trial

Olympian Dola Banerjee slumped to a poor seventh place, even as her Railways colleague Rimil Biruly made the cut by finishing on top in selection trial for the season-ending 17th Asian Archery Championship.

Archers eye three medals in Asian Games

Indian archers were hoping to strike three medals in the Asian Games, but were getting a bit tired by the plethora of felicitations after their success at the Commonwealth Games.

Archers eye three medals in Asian Games

Indian archers were hoping to strike three medals in the Asian Games, but were getting a bit tired by the plethora of felicitations after their success at the Commonwealth Games.

India not ready to host Olympics: Dola

Ace Indian archer Dola Banerjee in a free-wheeling chat with Zeenews.com.

India not ready to host Olympics: Dola

Ace Indian archer Dola Banerjee in a free-wheeling chat with Zeenews.com.

Brother-sister archer duo feel proud to represent country

Dola and Rahul Banerjee have said that they were immensely proud to represent the country together and hoped their best would come in the Commonwealth Games and Asian Games.