2014 Incheon-asian-games

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Asian Games 2018: Indian women's badminton team handed tough draw; will play Hong Kong in quarter-finals
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Asian Games 2018: Indian women's badminton team handed tough draw; will play Hong Kong in quarter-finals

Indian women's team, which won a bronze medal in the last edition at Incheon after finishing third, will face top seeds Japan in the quarterfinals after receiving a first-round bye. The team events begin on Sunday.

Asian Games 2018: India shooter Heena Sidhu aims to break gold medal jinx in Jakarta
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Asian Games 2018: India shooter Heena Sidhu aims to break gold medal jinx in Jakarta

Heena said, "I have got two team bronze in the Asian Games, and hopefully, I will improve my performance and maybe even get the gold"

Indian high jumper Tejaswin Shankar pulls out of Asian Games 2018 due to neck injury
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Indian high jumper Tejaswin Shankar pulls out of Asian Games 2018 due to neck injury

Tejaswin Shankar, who studies business administration at the Kansas State University on a four-year scholarship, has informed about his decision to the Athletics Federation of India.

Rohan Bopanna's Grand Slam title makes him more deserving of the Arjuna Award than Saketh Myneni
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Rohan Bopanna's Grand Slam title makes him more deserving of the Arjuna Award than Saketh Myneni

It's time to wonder how Bopanna hasn’t won the Arjuna Award yet. Aged 37, he’s India’s premier doubles player and has consistently remained in the upper echelons of the game

Rohan Bopanna blasts AITA for failing to send his Arjuna Award nomination before deadline
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Rohan Bopanna blasts AITA for failing to send his Arjuna Award nomination before deadline

The deadline to send applications expired on 28 April but the All India Tennis Association (AITA) made up its mind to send his name only on 14 June after he won the French Open mixed doubles title with Canadian partner Gabriela Dabrowski.

Ritu Rani retires from international hockey after being deeply hurt by Rio Olympics snub
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Ritu Rani retires from international hockey after being deeply hurt by Rio Olympics snub

Former Indian women's hockey captain Ritu Rani has reitered from international hockey after being deeply hurt following her axing from the Rio Olympics-bound squad.

Olympics-bound rifle shooter Chain Singh to be released from hospital after pulmonary embolism, pneumonia threat
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Olympics-bound rifle shooter Chain Singh to be released from hospital after pulmonary embolism, pneumonia threat

India rifle shooter Chain Singh, who was hospitalised after being diagnosed with pulmonary embolism and pneumonia, is set to be discharged from the hospital

Road to Rio: Inderjeet Singh, India's lone shot-putter at 2016 Olympics
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Road to Rio: Inderjeet Singh, India's lone shot-putter at 2016 Olympics

Being India's only shot-putter in Rio, Inderjeet Singh is India's only hope in the sport. However, the twenty-eight-year-old will have to battle the odds if he has to win a medal.

Road to Rio: Spirited shooter Jitu Rai is one of India's biggest medal hopes at 2016 Olympics
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Road to Rio: Spirited shooter Jitu Rai is one of India's biggest medal hopes at 2016 Olympics

Jitu Rai is among several Indian shooters who could bag India a medal at the 2016 Olympics, but his ability to step in big events makes his the biggest hope

Road to Rio: Seema Punia, India's only woman discus thrower at Olympics 2016
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Road to Rio: Seema Punia, India's only woman discus thrower at Olympics 2016

Seema Punia is India's only woman discus thrower at the 2016 Rio Olympics, after she threw her second best effort of 62.62 at Pat Young's Throwers Classic 2016 at Salinas