The poor state of Indian hockey

The tussle over the authority to govern hockey is a roadblock for the revival of the game.

Rajpal confident of good show

Indian hockey captain Rajpal Singh is confident that Team India will put up a good show in the forthcoming inaugural edition of the Asian Champions Trophy.

Top Indian players for World Series Hockey

Around 176 hockey players from India and across the world are all set to take part in the World Series Hockey.

It will take time to deliver results: Micheal Nobb

Unconcerned by the administrative
conflicts that plague Indian hockey, new coach Michael Nobbs says he is completely focused on delivering results.

Nobbs focussed on allround development of hockey

India`s new hockey coach Michael Jack Nobbs says his ultimate goal is to get India back as a major hockey power.

IHF accuses FIH of breach of own statute to recognise HI

The Indian Hockey Federation has
accused the International Hockey Federation that its rival
body Hockey India has been made a member of FIH through the
back door.

Rach wants to coach women hockey team, SAI says no

SAI has rejected the application of the German coach Gerhard Peter Rach, who despite his unpleasant past experience with the Indian hockey.

2010, controversy-ridden luke warm year for Indian hockey

The year 2010 started with a whimper for Indian hockey and somewhat ended on a lukewarm note with the national men`s team managing only a silver and a bronze in the Commonwealth Games and Asian Games respectively.

Brasa brands SAI a ‘liar’, says not keen to renew contract

Indian hockey team’s chief coach Jose Brasa has called his employer SAI a “lier”.

I was treated as a slave: National hockey coach

Indian hockey suffered another blow when the national team’s Spanish coach Jose Brasa accused Hockey India of treating him “like a slave”.

We need improvement in basics: Dilip Tirkey

There is no dearth of talent and
skill in Indian hockey but the players lack consistency and
their performance are hampered by "technical shortcomings",
feels former national captain Dilip Tirkey.

Colts lived up to expectation in Azlan Shah: Harendra

Indian hockey team`s go-young
policy paid off in the just-concluded Azlan Shah Cup and the
team would keep on trying new faces in the future tournaments
as well, national coach Harendra Singh said.

MS Gill congratulates hockey team

Sports Minister M S Gill on Sunday congratulated Indian hockey team for finishing joint winners in the Sultan Azlan Shah tournament in Ipoh, Malaysia and promised more support for the players.

Gill hails Indian hockey team for Azlan Shah win

Sports Minister M S Gill showered praise on India hockey players for their stunning 4-3 victory over world champions Australia in the ongoing Sultan Azlan Shah Cup.

Vijender Singh lauds hockey team

Indian hockey team`s flop-show in the World Cup has disheartened fans and experts alike but Rajpal Singh and his men have got support from an unlikely quarter in Olympic and World Championship bronze medalist boxer Vijender Singh.

Gill happy as hockey crisis is resolved

Sports Minister M S Gill expressed
his happiness after the player-administrator crisis plaguing
Indian hockey was resolved today.

Hockey row: Sponsors Sahara pledge Rs 1 crore for players

Sahara India, sponsors of Indian hockey team, pledged one crore rupees, as an extra bonus `only for the players` and demanded accounts from HI.

Feel awful for Indian hockey players: Shah Rukh Khan

Shah Rukh Khan condemned the ill-fate of the Indian hockey players, who had to fight for their salaries.

Indian hockey players boycott practice session at Balewadi

Indian Hockey players boycotted
practice sessions at the camp being held at Balewadi near here
this morning in support of their demands mainly related to

Hockey players demand due payment, threaten to leave camp

The Indian hockey players have
threatened to pull out of the ongoing national training camp
in Pune if they are not paid their match fee for the recently
concluded Champions Challenge I tournament in Argentina.