Focus is on converting opportunities in the circle, says Indian women's hockey midfielder Nikki Pradhan
The Indian team had gone for an exposure tour to Argentina and Germany early this year after returning to action following a year's break because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Tokyo Olympics 2020: 'Want to become medallists, not just Olympians', says Indian women's hockey midfielder Nikki Pradhan
The Indian team sealed a second consecutive berth in the now postponed Tokyo Olympics after beating USA 6-5 on aggregate in November
Indian women's hockey team coach Sjoerd Marijne says smaller group of 25 probables in national camp will raise quality of training
Last year, the Indian women's team produced some outstanding performances as they won the FIH Women's Series Finals Hiroshima, Tokyo 2020 Olympic Test Event in Japan, and the Olympic qualifiers
FIH Olympic Qualifiers 2019: Indian men wary of complacency; Sjoerd Marijne looks to capitalise on women's team's newfound confidence
With no disrespect to Russia as an opponent, knowing fully well that matches in the Olympic Qualifiers in different parts of the world have run close, it will still be a tall order, probably the upset of the year or even the last decade if Russia put it across India
Tokyo Olympics 2020: Hockey India name 22 players for senior women's national camp ahead of qualifiers against USA
India women's team chief coach Sjoerd Marijne said that the team is feeling upbeat after a good tour of Great Britain and will look to get used to the pitch at Bhubaneswar
Hockey India name 33 probables for women's national coaching camp in Bengaluru, team to train under chief coach Sjoerd Marijne for four weeks
India women's team will be taking part in a camp at SAI Bengaluru for next month's FIH test event in Japan, with Australia and China also participating
Ace striker Rani Rampal will captain an 18-strong Indian women's team, while experienced goalkeeper Savita will be her deputy for the season opener in Spain starting on 26 January, Hockey India announced on Friday.
Women's Hockey World Cup 2018: India must play with fervour and creativity to come up trumps in crucial Ireland tie
Restraint, fear will have no place when India takes the pitch. Replacing it with fervour, creativity, free-flowing hockey without dismantling the structure at the back will pay rich dividends.
Women's Hockey World Cup 2018: From captain Rani Rampal to goalkeeper Savita Punia, meet Indian team for tournament
Meet the Indian women’s hockey team as they open their campaign on 21 July against Olympic Champions England at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, London
Indian captain Rani Rampal returns to women's hockey squad for Spain Tour as part of World Cup preparations
Rejuvenated after a break, skipper and ace striker Rani Rampal on Friday returned to the 20-strong Indian women's hockey team announced for the tour of Spain starting 12 June.
Hockey India names 48 players for senior women's national camp ahead of Spain tour, FIH Women's World Cup
After ending their 5th women's Asian Champions Trophy campaign with a silver medal, the Indian team will regroup for the training camp under Chief Coach Sjoerd Marijne on Monday.
India trailed the first 30 minutes of the match, scored a couple of goals in the third period to draw level before conceding one in the dying minutes of the match to end up on the losing side.
The team selected by Hockey India for the upcoming Asia Cup has five changes from their Europe Tour of Netherlands and Belgium.
India, led by captain Rani, started the match on a positive note by earning a penalty corner within 40 seconds of the start but could not convert it.
With the series level at one game apiece, the Indian eves put their best foot forward early on, as they successfully foiled attempts by the Australians.
India will clash against Japan when they clash in their women's hockey opener in a pool B match of the Rio Olympics in Rio on Sunday.
Defender Sushila Chanu will lead the 16-member Indian women's hockey team at the forthcoming Olympic Games to be held at Rio de Janeiro from August 5 to 21.
Defender Sushila Chanu Pukhrambam will lead a 17-member Indian women's hockey team in a four-nation tournament in Darwin, Australia starting May 30.