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HindustanTimes Tue,21 Oct 2014

Sports

Hosts MDAV, GNMS claims kho-kho titles

Hosts MDAV School, Chandigarh, and Guru Nanak Mission School (GNMS) Himachal Pradesh, emerged champions in the respective boys and girls sections of the CBSE cluster inter-school under-19 kho-kho tournament that con cluded in Sector 22 on Tuesday

JP Atray Cricket: Nitish, Unmukt run-riot help ONGC pocket title

Helped by Unmukt Chand and Nitish Rana’s fluent centuries, ONGC defeated Baroda by 36 runs to lift the title in the 21st JP Atray memorial cricket tournament at the Punjab Cricket Association (PCA) Stadium on Wednesday.

Chandigarh cagers start off with win

Hosts Chandigarh thrashed Himachal Pradesh 51-27 in the boys’ section of the 31st Youth Basketball Championship that started at the indoor basketball stadium in the Sector-42 Sports Complex on Tuesday.

Asian Games: India's women champs speak up, take a stand

While not taking anything away from the India men’s hockey team, which triumphed over Pakistan to secure a Rio Olympics berth, or a certain Jitu Rai, whose performance in the shooting arena put him in a different league, it were the women who grabbed headlines.

F1: Jules Bianchi in 'serious but stable condition'

Formula One driver Jules Bianchi is in 'serious but stable condition' following emergency surgery for a severe head injury after a crash during the Japanese Grand Prix, the FIA said on Monday.

CLT20: Raina blasts Knight Riders, ends CSK’s three-year wait for title

Suresh Raina on Saturday hit a blistering century pulverising Kolkata Knight Riders into submission as Chennai Super Kings exacted a sweet revenge clinching the Oppo Champions League T20 in style with a 8-wicket victory in a thoroughly one-sided final.

India end Asian Games with reduced medal tally, but still lots to cheer

The medal count went down but Indian sports still had lots to celebrate with the men's hockey team coming good after a long time to strike gold even as the legend of MC Mary Kom got bigger in a mixed Asian Games campaign for the country's athletes in Incheon.

Next target to improve my ranking: Sanam

Fresh from his silver medal winning effort in the men’s doubles event of the just-concluded Incheon Asian Games, city player Sanam Singh has already set his sights on the next target of improving his rankings.

Last hurrah: India end Asiad campaign with kabaddi golds

India’s most certain gold medal came at the very end, but the men’s kabaddi final was hardly a cakewalk. The team had to use all of its skill and experience to overcome a battling Iran 27-25 to clinch its seventh gold in a row in the event.

Reliance register second win on trot in All India JP Atray Memorial cricket tournament

Defending champions Reliance defeated Bengal by 77 runs to register their second consecutive win in the 21st All India JP Atray Memorial cricket tournament on Thursday.In a lopsided contest played at the PCA Stadium, Reliance batted first and posted a challenging total of 280 (all out) in the given 50 overs.

Asiad: Dodgy judging knocks out Sarita, Devendro

Two Indian gold contenders - L Sarita Devi and L Devendro Singh - were delivered the knockout blow by judges in the boxing arena on Tuesday that saw dubious scoring in favour of home boxers.

SGGS Club, CRPF record wins

The team of SGGS Club, Chandigarh, thrashed North Eastern Railway, Gorakhpur, 9-3 in a match of the 44th SN Vohra’s All India Gur mit Memorial hockey tournament at the SAS Nagar hockey stadium on Wednesday.

Solanki guides Baroda to 4-wicket win

Baroda defeated Air India by four wickets on the opening day of the 21st All India JP Atray Memorial Cricket Tournament at Sector 16 cricket stadium on Monday. Earlier, the tournament was inaugurated by UT finance and sports secretary Saravjit Singh at GMSSS, Sector 26.

Kiran aiming to corner more glory

Ironing other people’s clothes only allows Anil Kumar Kanojia to earn a modest amount. Nevertheless, he and his wife, Santosh Kumari, support their daughter’s sporting ambitions. But ask 19-year-old handball player Kiran how hard it was initially to win her mother over, with the latter not too keen on her youngest child taking what she saw as a gamble.

Glen Maxwell reprimanded for Code of Behaviour breach

Kings XI Punjab batsman Glen Maxwell received a reprimand for breaching the Oppo Champions League Twenty20 Code of Behaviour during his team's match against Cape Cobras, here late night on Sunday.
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