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Flying high on broken bones
September 1, 2006
Rajinder Singh Rahelu did not let his handicap smother his will to live life to the fullest, reports
8 soldiers aim to ski down Everest
July 12, 2009
A month from now, eight men from the Indo-Tibetan Border Police will set out to do what no one has done before as a team ...
Beijing bronze has made our task tougher: Sandhu
September 10, 2008
Chief national boxing coach GS Sandhu says Indian boxing has been gradually improving and the bronze is a result of that ...
New format to put emphasis on endurance
September 11, 2008
To make boxing sport more thrilling, the International Boxing Association (AIBA) has once again altered the time duratio ...
Boxing won’t be the same again
September 5, 2008
After Beijing Olympics, boxing in India will never be the same again. It's not going to be just a listless parrying of p ...
After the boys, it's now time for India's powerpuff girl
July 31, 2011
A new chapter will be added to women's boxing when the event is showcased at the London Olympics next year. For the firs ...
Camp on, but no pellets for WUG shooters
July 31, 2011
The Association of Indian Universities (AIU) apparently feels shooters can train without pellets and win medals in the u ...
SAI to recruit scientific officers
July 29, 2011
The Sports Authority of India (SAI) has finally realised the importance of scientific training for elite sportspersons. ...
Pushed against the wall
July 9, 2011
The sports ministry's recent decision to hike the daily allowance for elite athletes to Rs 650 is an eyewash as sportspe ...
Athletes blame coach; fear of more positive cases lingers
July 3, 2011
After lying low for few days , Mandeep Kaur, the 4x400m Asian and Commonwealth Games (CWG) gold medallist, has alleged t ...
Ignorant medics leave boxer in lurch
July 4, 2011
It's not just the coaches Indian sportspersons need to be wary of, the under-qualified medical personnel are also a thre ...
Skiers sold the dummy
June 24, 2011
Quite often, players hold aloft a blown-up dummy cheque after winning an event. But it's not often that they struggle to ...
Bindra earns his shot at London Olympics glory
June 18, 2011
The first Indian to win an individual gold medal at the Olympic Games, shooter Abhinav Bindra will now be able to defend ...
Fans take Sachin atop Mt Everest
June 17, 2011
On May 22 this year, former New Zealand Test cricketer Adam Parore climbed Mount Everest to become the world's first int ...
With youngsters around, there is aggression in team
June 12, 2011
Their dismal performance in the Commonwealth and Asian Games notwithstanding, the women's hockey team is keen to prove a ...
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Scotland independence: close fight between ‘Yes’ and ‘No’ camps, UK's fate on knife edge
Condoms hottest item at Asian Games
Fortune ranks Indra Nooyi third most powerful women in business
5 reasons why Sonam’s Khoobsurat will not match up to Rekha’s classic
Deepika Padukone's cleavage post a 'compliment'? Tweeple don't agree
Pak politicians ejected out of plane for delay
Assembly bypolls: BJP jolted in all, except Bengal
So what about Bollywood itself, Deepika?
500 migrants feared dead in Malta shipwreck
Shiv Sena defies ultimatum, offers BJP only 119 seats
US to nominate Richard Verma as next ambassador to India
Bill Gates shares Modi vision of affordable toilets for every home
From $100 billion to $20 billion, missing billions a tell-tale sign with China
Bungalow row: RLD supporters clash with police
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