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Mar 12, 2019
American Olympic fencer Ibtihaj Muhammad, Nike criticize French officials for attitude towards sports hijabA spokeswoman for President Emmanuel Macron's centrist party, Aurore Berge, said the sports hijab goes against French values
Jul 03, 2018
Asian Games 2018: India announce 524-member contingent across 36 disciplines for Jakarta eventThe Indian Olympic Association (IOA) announced a 524-member contingent of athletes for the 18 August-2 September Asian Games in Indonesia where they will vie for medals in 36 disciplines.
Apr 13, 2018
Commonwealth Games 2018: After bagging gold medal, shooter Anish Bhanwala now worries about maths exam"It's (exams) three continuous days, I have to focus on that now," Anish Bhanwala said of the exams that were rescheduled by the CBSE for him.
May 29, 2017
India's CA Bhavani Devi wins gold in Iceland's Turnoi Satellite Fencing ChampionshipIndia's CA Bhavani Devi has won the gold medal in the sabre event of the Turnoi Satellite Fencing Championship held at Reykjavik in Iceland.
Feb 24, 2017
Fencer Bhavani Devi granted cheque of Rs 5.43 lakh by Tamil Nadu governmentTamil Nadu government on Friday presented a cheque of Rs 5.43 lakh to ace fencer C A Bhavani Devi, for participating in the fencing Grand Prix held in Mexico last year.
Nov 13, 2016
Lost and found: Fencing champion's Rio Olympics 2016 gold medal discovered in rubbish heapAn Olympic fencing champion whose Rio Games gold medal was stolen as he slept on a train was celebrating after receiving news of its discovery by a stranger via Facebook.
Aug 04, 2016
Rio Olympics 2016: How Team USA’s fencer Ibtihaj Muhammad 'trumps' racism with a hijabAmidst the ugly atmosphere of anti-Islamic sentiments in USA, fencer Ibtihaj Muhammad is piercing through stereotypes and Olympic history by becoming the first American athlete to compete at the Olympics wearing a hijab.
Jul 26, 2015
Fencing champion Hoshiyar Singh dies after being allegedly pushed off train in UPNational fencing player Hoshiyar Singh died after he was allegedly pushed off a moving train by Government Railway Police
Sep 14, 2014
Incheon touts Asian Games amid worries over costsThe two most populous nations in the world — China and India — will send two of the largest teams to Incheon. Olympic champion swimmers Sun Yang and Ye Shiwen will lead a 900-strong Chinese team while India will have 662 athletes.
Feb 03, 2014
Aggrieved Fencing Association writes to IOC for barring from pollsThe decision came after the boxing world body, AIBA recommended the IOC not to allow the IABF representatives to cast their votes in the February 9 polls.