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It's confirmed! Navjot Singh Sidhu not joining Congress; wife targets Amarinder Singh, says we want to shake the system

It's confirmed! Navjot Singh Sidhu not joining Congress; wife targets Amarinder Singh, says we want to shake the system

It's final, the former Bharatiya Janata Party MP Navjot Singh Sidhu, is not joining Congress.

Embarrassment for Congress as Navjot Singh Sidhu's wife criticises Amarinder Singh

Embarrassment for Congress as Navjot Singh Sidhu's wife criticises Amarinder Singh

Cricketer-turned-politician Navjot Singh Sidhu's wife has criticised Punjab Congress chief Amarinder Singh, thus ending speculation of him joining the grand old party. 

AAP continues to be evasive on Navjot Singh Sidhu joining party

The AAP on Wednesday continued to be evasive on when Navjot Singh Sidhu and his wife Navjot Kaur would join the party even as it clarified that no two family members can be office-bearers or contest polls at the same time.

Indian eves lose to New Zealand in hard fought opening encounter

Indian eves lose to New Zealand in hard fought opening encounter

 Indian women's hockey team started its campaign in the four-nation tournament on a disappointing note.

Navjot, Deep, Inderpreet are assets to the team: Rani Rampal

Navjot, Deep, Inderpreet are assets to the team: Rani Rampal

India's junior women's hockey team captain Rani Rampal feels Navjot Kaur, Deep Grace Ekka and Inderpreet Kaur are assests to the side going into the seventh Junior Asia Cup to be held in Changzhou, China from September 5 to 13.

Speed and quick counter-attack will be key in Hawke's Bay Cup: Navjot Kaur

Speed and quick counter-attack will be key in Hawke's Bay Cup: Navjot Kaur

Indian women's hockey young midfielder Navjot Kaur on Saturday said the national team is working on improving their running speed and counter-attacking strategies that will be key in the Hawke’s Bay Cup to be held in New Zealand from April 11 to 19.

India name 18-member women's team for Hawke's Bay Cup hockey

India name 18-member women's team for Hawke's Bay Cup hockey

India today named a 18-member women's hockey team to be led by midfielder Ritu Rani for the Hawke's Bay Cup to be played in New Zealand from the April 11th to 19.

Besides India, the tournament will also feature Argentina, Australia, China, Japan, Korea, USA and hosts New Zealand.

Ritu Rani to lead India in World League women's hockey

Ritu Rani to lead India in World League women's hockey

Ritu Rani will skipper the Indian women's hockey team when they take the field in the eight-team FIH World League Round 2 to be played at the Major Dhyan Chand National Stadium here from March 7 to 15.

Indian eves lose 1-4 against the men's team of Dutch club GCHC

Indian eves lose 1-4 against the men's team of Dutch club GCHC

The Indian women's hockey team lost 1-4 against the men's team of Dutch side Groningsche Cricket en Hockey Club (GCHC) in their preparatory tour ahead of FIH World League Round 2 here.

Indian junior eves draw 2-2 with New Zealand, lose series 0-3

Indian junior eves draw 2-2 with New Zealand, lose series 0-3

India's junior women's hockey team played out a 2-2 draw against hosts New Zealand but lost the six-match Test series 0-3 at at the TET Multisports Centre in Stratford, New Zealand.

Sidhu's security withdrawn, wife cries foul

The Punjab police yesterday withdrew the security cover to former Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) MP and former cricketer Navjot Singh Sidhu, which caused his wife Navjot Kaur Sidhu to term the incumbent Punjab state government as a 'dictatorship'.

Indian hockey team focussing on "speedy passing" ahead of Incheon Asian Games

Indian hockey team focussing on "speedy passing" ahead of Incheon Asian Games

Striker SV Sunil says the Indian hockey team is working on "speedy passing" ahead of their Asian Games opener against Sri Lanka on September 21.

Sporting honours: Haryana leaves Punjab far behind

Punjab may be acting like the big brother to Haryana, but when it comes to honouring and rewarding sportspersons from the state who earn international laurels, it seems to be lagging far behind.

President congratulates Commonwealth Games medal winners

President Pranab Mukherjee Friday congratulated sportspersons who won medals at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow Thursday.

Indian grapplers win four silver, one bronze at 2014 Commonwealth Games

Indian grapplers collected four silver and a bronze from the wrestling arena, a far cry from yesterday`s three-gold burst but still a creditable performance, as they swelled their overall tally in the sport to 10 in the 20th Commonwealth Games here on Wednesday.

Women grapplers disappoint at World Championships

Indian women grapplers continued their listless performance at the World Wrestling Championships here as Navjot Kaur and Jyoti bowed out of the competition on Friday.

Sulking CPS Navjot Kaur to meet Rajnath Singh

The BJP MLA said she had already apprised state party president Kamal Sharma about the denial of funds for her Amritsar East constituency but it proved to be a futile exercise.

Indian grapplers impress in Asian Wrestling Championships

It was a good day in office for Indian grapplers as they bagged one silver and three bronze medals in the Senior Asian Wrestling Championship here on Sunday.

Navjot Sidhu not to contest next LS poll from Amritsar: Wife

MP from Amritsar Navjot Singh Sidhu will not contest the next Lok Sabha polls from there, his wife Navjot Kaur said on Thursday.

Navjot Singh Sidhu feeling "suffocated", may quit politics: Wife

Navjot Singh Sidhu`s wife has indicated in a post on her Facebook account that Sidhu is "feeling suffocated" in the BJP and may quit politics.