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Sep 20, 2014

Asian Games: Shweta Chaudhry opens India’s medal account with bronze in 10m pistol

Shweta shot a total of 176.4 in the final to clinch the bronze medal while the silver went to South Korean Jung Jeehae (201.3) and China's Zhang Mengyuan (202.2) won the gold. #Asian Games 2014 #Incheon #India at Asian Games 2014 #Shooting #Shweta Chaudhry

Sep 20, 2014

Asian Games: In-form Jitu Rai clinches gold in 50m pistol

Jitu Rai has entered six finals since June 2014 and won either gold or silver in each of them. #Asian Games 2014 #Incheon #India at Asian Games 2014 #Jitu Rai #Shooting

Sep 19, 2014

After England disaster, Kohli seeks out Tendulkar for batting remedy

During the tour, he averaged just 13.40 in the Tests and 18.00 in the ODIs. #Cricket #Sachin Tendulkar #SportsTracker #Virat Kohli

Sep 19, 2014

Want to make MS Dhoni lose his cool? Just deny him his Hyderabadi biryani

Mahendra Singh Dhoni is often called captain cool because there are precious few things that can cause him to get angry or lose his calm. #biryani #CLT20 #Cricket #India #Mahendra Singh Dhoni #Sports #SportsTracker

Sep 19, 2014

Teen cricketing sensation Prithvi Shaw lands mega deal with SG

14-year old Prithvi Shaw has bagged a 36-lakh mega deal with cricket equipment manufacturers SG. According to a report in the Times of India, the teenager will not have to worry about financial security as the SG will sponsor him over a six-year period. #Cricket #Makarand Waingankar #Paras Anand #Prithvi Shaw #SG #Sports #SportsTracker

Sep 19, 2014

Cairns driving truck, working at bus shelters to provide for his family

Cairns, who is facing a perjury charge, has legal bills mounting — and while he continues to live in Auckland's most expensive suburb, he has taken to working for $17 an hour at the bus shelter. #Chris Cairns #Kiwis #Match Fixing #New Zealand #NewsTracker #NZ

Sep 18, 2014

Asian Games: Sports ministry puts India’s foreign coaches on notice

India's ensemble of foreign coaches will be under a lot of pressure to perform at the Asian Games. According to a report in The Times of India, the sports ministry is ready to crack the whip on foreign coaches if their respective wards under-perform at the Incheon Games which is starting from 19th September. #Asian Games 2014 #Foreign Coaches #Incheon #India #Roelant Oltmans #South Korea #Sports Authority of India #Sports Ministry #Terry Walsh