Asif Bajwa said that he is open to Pakistan playing India either at home or away or if need be, at a neutral venue
India's Gurjit Kaur says the team will get a chance to test certain aspects of its game at the FIH test event before the Tokyo Olympics
Asif Bajwa appointed secretary-general of Pakistan Hockey Federation in place of under-fire Shahbaz Ahmed
Olympian Asif Bajwa was reappointed officially as the secretary-general of the Pakistan Hockey Federation in Karachi on Tuesday replacing the legendary Shahbaz Ahmed.
IOA and FIH chief Narinder Batra elected International Olympic Committee member after securing 58 votes out of 62
Indian Olympic Association president Narinder Batra was on Wednesday elected as a member of the International Olympic Committee.
FIH Series Finals 2019: Clinical India outpace Japan in semi-final goal fest, set up summit clash against South Africa
Japan scored through Kenji Kitazato (2nd) and Kota Watanabe (20th). For India, the scorers were, Harmanpreet Singh (7th), Varun Kumar (14th), Ramandeep Singh (23rd, 37th), Hardik Singh (25th), Gursahibjit Singh (43rd) and Vivek Sagar (47th).
FIH Series Finals 2019: Odisha's flawless hosting of big-ticket event sets template to manage cyclones and sports
The Hockey Series Finals currently being held in Bhubaneswar almost became a victim of Cyclone Fani, but that didn’t happen, thanks to meticulous planning and execution of the government officials.
Kalinga stadium gears up post Cyclone Fani; DSYS remains hopeful of hosting Men's Series Finals as scheduled
Cyclone Fani left its trail of destruction on the Kalinga Stadium too, which is to host Men's Series Hockey Finals in June
FIH to do away with Hockey Series events after 2019 to ensure countries focus on continental qualifiers, championships
The FIH will do away with its Hockey Series events after this year to enable its member associations to focus more on continental qualifiers and championships.
India miss out on FIH Players of the Year awards as Arthur Van Doren, Eva de Goede pick up top honours
While de Goede, 29, was named the Female Player of the Year, world champions Belgium's Van Doren, 24, was picked up as the Male Player of the Year for a second consecutive time
The Hockey Insider: India aiming to bid for 2022 World Cup after successfully hosting 2018 edition in Bhubaneswar
Working at a hectic pace to submit a bid for the 2022 men's World Cup, India has caused a flutter in hockey circles by seeking to host back-to-back World Cups.
Hockey India, which has worked so hard to bring Indian hockey to a respectable level, could still make the painful choices that bolster Indian hockey.
Hockey World Cup in Bhubaneswar a tough act to follow, FIH further confounds future hosts by reopening bids
Bhubaneswar, most 2022 bidders confess, may be difficult to match, but there are interesting dimensions in all 2022 bids. However, the FIH, which ought to have announced the decision by now, is still seeking fresh bids
Hockey World Cup 2018: Harendra Singh earns FIH reprimand after questioning umpiring calls in defeat against Netherlands
Harendra had blamed certain umpiring calls for India's 2-1 loss to The Netherlands in their quarter-final on 13 December, and the comments have clearly irked FIH.
Hockey World Cup 2018: India coach Harendra Singh's comments on umpiring unacceptable, says FIH CEO Thierry Weil
Indian coach Harendra Singh's comments have not gone down well with the FIH, and the global body has made its displeasure clear.
Hockey World Cup 2018: With India's records at past tournaments missing, FIH displays its indifference towards history of sport
In disseminating the records of the hockey World Cup tournaments of the past — just 13 tournaments since the inaugural edition in 1971 — FIH seem to prefer fiction to fact.
Hockey World Cup 2018: FIH's intention to play the sport on grass raises questions over world body's policy shift
Indian hockey’s sudden free fall, beginning in 1976, has been discussed in detail. But it is worth again asking the old questions, because we never ever got conclusive answers to them.
World Cup 2018: In lop-sided world of hockey, professionalism reigns in Europe while it's a poor man's game in third-world nations
Hockey is a rich man’s game in Europe, an amateur sport in the Americas and Southern Africa and a poor-man’s sport in the third world countries.
Hockey World Cup 2018: FIH initiates inquiry against Pakistan assistant coach Danish Kaleem, hearing to be held on Saturday
FIH has initiated an inquiry against Pakistan's assistant coach Danish Kaleem for breaching security protocol, adding to the list of off-field issues plaguing the former champions at the ongoing men's Hockey World Cup.
Hockey World Cup 2018: After bold statement in opening ceremony, Bhubaneswar looks to create lasting impression on sport
One might think that the fans, so involved in the opening ceremony, would give the World Cup matches a miss. Bhubaneswar's embracing of hockey has evolved.
Hockey World Cup 2018: Shah Rukh Khan, Madhuri Dixit dazzle in glitzy opening ceremony at Bhubaneswar
A powerful message of "oneness of humanity" was the highlight of the glittering opening ceremony of the 2018 men's hockey World Cup here as Bollywood heart-throb Shah Rukh Khan, Madhuri Dixit and renowned music composer AR Rahman dished out enthralling performances, Tuesday.