Mandeep Singh scores ton as Punjab beat Jammu and Kashmir
Mandeep Singh scores ton as Punjab beat Jammu and Kashmir

Mandeep Singh struck 103 as Punjab successfully chased down a victory target of 228 set by Jammu and Kashmir to keep their hopes in the north zone leg of the Vijay Hazare Trophy alive.

Vijay Hazare trophy: Yuvraj Singh fails as Punjab lose to Haryana
Vijay Hazare trophy: Yuvraj Singh fails as Punjab lose to Haryana

Out-of-favour Indian batsman Yuvraj Singh failed to make it count for Punjab as the Harbhajan Singh-led side lost to Haryana by 3 wickets in the Vijay Hazare one-day tournament at the Atal Bihari Vajpayee Stadium, here on Thursday.

Hockey World Cup: India concede last-minute winner to Belgium

India`s shaky defence conceded a goal 15 seconds from the hooter to go down 2-3 against Belgium in their opening game of hockey World Cup at the Kyocera Stadium, here today.

Billiards and snooker nationals start

The Manisha National Billiards and Snooker Championship started on Friday with defending champion Ishpreet Chadha of Maharashtra making it to the quarterfinals after getting a bye here.

India stun Olympic champs Germany in HWL classification match

The Indian hockey team pulled off a sensational come-from-behind 5-4 win over Olympic champions Germany after Mandeep Singh slammed a brilliant hat-trick in their fiercely-contested 5-8th place classification match of the Hero World League Finals here on Friday.

Punjab look to take advantage of home conditions in Ranji s/f

Punjab would be looking to make the most of home conditions when they take on a formidable Karnataka side in the semifinal of the Ranji Trophy starting here from Saturday.

After brilliant ton, Rasool take five as match versus Punjab heads for close finish

Jammu and Kashmir skipper Parveez Rasool continued his brilliant all-round performance with a five-wicket haul as their Ranji Trophy quarter final match seemed headed for an exciting finish with Punjab leaving them with a target of 324 for a historic victory here.

Eventful 2013 for Indian hockey as women outperform men

The launch of a much-hyped professional league on the lines of IPL, the rise and fall of colts, an overhaul of the coaching set-up and women overshadowing their male counterparts -- 2013 was an eventful roller-coaster ride for Indian hockey.

Punjab gain upper hand as Delhi lose three wickets for 60 runs

Three wickets in the final session provided the Punjab team a clear edge over hosts Delhi in a Ranji Trophy group A encounter which looks poised for an exciting finish here on Wednesday.

India crash out of Junior Hockey World Cup after draw with Korea

India crashed out of the Hero Junior Men`s Hockey World Cup after being held 3-3 by Korea in a must-win Pool C match at the floodlit Major Dhyan Chand National Stadium here on Tuesday.

We deserved to win, says India coach Greg Clark

India`s chief coach Greg Clark begs to differ with his Canadian counterpart that the hosts were lucky to earn the 3-2 win today, saying his wards were the deserving winner in the Pool C encounter as they completely dominated the match.

Junior Men`s hockey World Cup: India defeat Canada 3-2

India kept themselves in the hunt for the knock-out stage after eking out a hard-fought 3-2 win over Canada in a Pool C match of the Hero FIH Junior Men`s hockey World Cup, here on Saturday.

Punjab bowled out for 184 as Vidarbha take day 1 honours

Vidarbha bowlers produced a disciplined effort to bowl out Punjab for a modest 184 and take a strong grip over their Group A Ranji Trophy match here on Friday.

India finish fifth at Men`s Asian Champions hockey tourney

Akashdeep Singh scored three goals as India thrashed Oman 6-1 to finish fifth in the third Asian Champions Trophy hockey tournament at Kakamigahara, Japan on Sunday.

Indian men beat Malaysia 4-3, to face Oman in 5-6th place game

Malak Singh scored a brace as India edged past Malaysia 4-3 in a hard-fought encounter to register their second win in the men`s competition of the third Asian Champions Trophy hockey tournament at Kakamigahara, Japan on Friday.

Ranji Trophy: Punjab take upper hand against Odisha

Riding on a fine batting display, Punjab posted a massive 560 for six declared before reducing Odisha to 110 for two in their second innings at the end of the third day`s play in their Group A Ranji Trophy match on Tuesday.

Ranji Trophy: Punjab take upper hand against Odisha

Riding on a fine batting display, Punjab posted a massive 560 for six declared before reducing Odisha to 110 for two in their second innings at the end of the third day`s play in their Group A Ranji Trophy match here today.

Sibsankar Roy replaces injured Mandeep in India Blue

Sibsankar Roy today replaced all-rounder Mandeep Singh in the India Blue Squad for the NKP Salve Challenger Trophy after the latter was ruled out for three weeks due to a finger injury.

Asia Cup: India defeat Malaysia 2-0 to seal World Cup ticket

India booked a berth in next year`s World Cup hockey as they marched into the Asia Cup final with a 2-0 win over hosts Malaysia in the semi-final at the Sultan Azlan Shah Stadium here Friday.

Korea test awaits India in Asia Cup

Their campaign off to a flying start, under-pressure India will face a litmus test when they take on defending champions South Korea in their second Pool B match of the ninth Asia Cup.