2014 Commonwealth Games, Day 10: As it happened...

Welcome to our live coverage of the Day 10 of the 2014 Glasgow Commonwealth Games.

India`s schedule on Day 10 at 2014 Commonwealth Games

The penultimate day of the 2014 Glasgow Commonwealth Games will have Indian fighting for more medals in athletics, boxing, diving, table tennis and squash; and some important outings in badminton and hockey.

2014 Commonwealth Games, Day 3 - As it happened...

Day 3 of the 2014 Glasgow Commonwealth Games will feature 15 sports with events with 30 gold medals at stake. Indian athletes will feature in nine sports – badminton, boxing, cycling, hockey, judo, lawn bowls, shooting, table tennis and weightlifting.

India schedule on Day 3 at 2014 Commonwealth Games

Day 3 of the 2014 Glasgow Commonwealth Games will feature 15 sports with events with 30 gold medals at stake. Indian athletes will feature in nine sports – badminton, boxing, cycling, hockey, judo, lawn bowls, shooting, table tennis and weightlifting.

Down with viral but Vijender Singh dominates World C`ship opener

Star Indian boxer Vijender Singh (75kg) gave a dominating performance despite being down with viral fever to thrash Sweden`s Hampus Henriksson in his opening bout and enter the second round of the World Championships here on Thursday.

Boxer Vijender’s friend Ram Singh arrested by Punjab police

Indian pugilist and Olympic Bronze-medallist Vijender’s friend and fellow boxer Ram Singh was arrested, by the Punjab police in the Heroine-haul case in Fatehgarh Sahib on Wednesday.

Hard to mistake drugs for food supplements, NIS

The National Institute of Sports today rejected expelled boxer Ram Singh`s claim that he and Olympic medalist Vijender Singh had taken drugs mistaking them for "food supplements", saying the NIS has a well laid out system on food supplements for sportspersons.

NADA unlikely to test Vijender Singh

Olympic bronze-medallist Vijender Singh is unlikely to be tested by the National Anti-Doping Agency (NADA) despite claims by his sparring partner Ram Singh that the star boxer consumed small amounts of heroin.

We mistook drugs for food supplements: Ram Singh

In a massive blow to star Indian boxer Vijender Singh, his friend Ram Singh has claimed that the Olympic bronze-medallist consumed drugs with him on a few occasions but insisted that the duo mistook the contraband for food supplements.

Olympian Vijender Singh refutes drug link

Olympic boxer Vijender Singh and fellow boxer Ram Singh are being called in for questioning by the police after a drug-bust led to their names being associated with the drug peddlar, as reported by a leading Indian news channel.

Cops deny link between Vijender Singh and drug haul

Initial probe into the recovery of 26 kg of heroin worth Rs 130 crore from an NRI`s house in Zirakpur has not suggested any link with boxer Vijender Singh, whose car was recovered at some distance from the accused`s house, police said today.

London Olympics 2012, India Round-Up: Mary Kom, Vijender a win away from medal

Indian boxers M.C. Mary Kom and Vijender Singh will be in action today with a win in their respective quarterfinal bouts assuring them of at least a bronze medal.

High hopes from state`s sportpersons in Olympics: Hooda

Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh on Saturday said that he has high hopes from the state`s sportspersons who are participating in the upcoming Olypmpic Games in London.

Boxer Vijender to enter matrimony with Delhi girl Archana

Inside the ring, he might be dangerous, but outside, the heartthrob is no less lethal. Star Indian boxer Vijendra Singh announced much to the shock of millions of his female fans that he is going to get married coming Tuesday!

Vijender, Vidya launch `Dadagiri 4`

Vijender and Vidya Malvade launched the fourth edition of `Dadagiri`.

Need to overhaul sports administration: Vijender, Jung

Star boxer Vijender Singh finds
the sports system in the country a "hell" while shooter
Samaresh Jung has serious problems with the administrators and
both reckon time is ripe for a structural overhaul.

Need to overhaul sports administration: Vijender, Jung

Star boxer Vijender Singh finds
the sports system in the country a "hell" while shooter
Samaresh Jung has serious problems with the administrators and
both reckon time is ripe for a structural overhaul.

Record six Indian boxers in C`wealth C`ship finals

Amandeep Singh (49kg) out-punched Malaysian M Redzuan while
Jai Bhagwan (60kg) didn`t even step inside the ring to make
the finals as a record six Indians assured themselves of at
least a silver in the fifth C`wealth C`ship.

Record six Indian boxers in C`wealth C`ship finals

Amandeep Singh (49kg) out-punched Malaysian M Redzuan while
Jai Bhagwan (60kg) didn`t even step inside the ring to make
the finals as a record six Indians assured themselves of at
least a silver in the fifth C`wealth C`ship.

Vijender, two others in semis of C`Wealth C`ship

Vijender Singh out-classed his rival to ensure himself of at least a bronze along with two other compatriots on a second successive day of dominance for Indian boxers in the fifth Commonwealth Championships here today.