Indian women hockey team hold Korea to a 1-1 draw
Indian women hockey team hold Korea to a 1-1 draw


DONGHAE CITY (KOREA): Young forward Lalremsiami’s equaliser earned defending champions India 1-1 draw against Korea in the last round robin match at the fifth Asian Champions Trophy women’s hockey tournament here on Saturday. With this draw, the Indian team led by defender Sunita Lakra go into the final on Sunday. as the table toppers.They remain unbeaten

New poster of 'Soorma' featuring Taapsee Pannu as Harpreet New poster of ‘Soorma’ featuring Taapsee Pannu as Harpreet

New poster of ‘Soorma’ featuring Taapsee Pannu as Harpreet. The new motion poster of ‘Soorma’ has been dropped, featuring Taapsee Pannu as Harpreet – a dreamer and an achiever. Shared by Pannu herself on her social media, the poster gave a glimpse of the 30-year-old actress, donning the hat of a sportsperson. Pannu wrote, “For

India beat Japan 4-1 in Women's Asian Champions Trophy Hockey India beat Japan 4-1 in Women’s Asian Champions Trophy Hockey

DONGHAE CITY (KOREA),: Navneet Kaur scored a hattrick as India got off to a rollicking start with a 4-1 win over Japan in their opening match of the 5th Women’s Asian Champions Trophy hockey tournament here on Sunday. Young forward Navneet scored in the 7th, 25th and 55th minute while Anupa Barla (53rd) got the

Sardar Singh among 55 players named for men's national camp Sardar Singh among 55 players named for men’s national camp

BENGALURU: Former skipper Sardar Singh was today named in the 55-member probable list announced by Hockey India for the men’s national camp starting at the Sports Authority of India campus here tomorrow. Sardar, who was dropped from the 18-member Indian hockey squad led by Manpreet Singh for the Commonwealth Games, has been included in the

Ammy Virk’s “Harjeeta” trailer out, celebrities post best wishes

Ammy Virk’s “Harjeeta” trailer out, celebrities post best wishes. One of the much awaited movie of Ammy Virk’s Harjeeta’s  trailer is out. The trailer shows all the best parts of the movie, yet keeps you on the edge. Ammy Virk as Harjeeta is as real as anything. The trailer is getting very good response from

Hockey India names 61 players for senior women national camp
Hockey India names 61 players for senior women national camp

NEW DELHI: Hockey India on on Saturday named 61 players for the senior women national coaching camp that commences tomorrow at the Sports Authority of India, Bengaluru. The 61-member group, which features all the 18 players of the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games squad, was picked on the basis their recent performances in tournaments that include

Sandeep Singh thanks team Soorma for making his biopic
Sandeep Singh thanks team Soorma for making his biopic

Sandeep Singh thanks team Soorma for making his biopic. Recently, hockey player Sandeep Singh  thanked Sony pictures, Chitrangda Singh, Diljit Dosanjh, Taapsee Pannu, Angad Bedi and Deepak Singh for making ‘Soorma’. Soorma is a biographical picture made on the life of Hockey player Sandeep Singh. It is directed by Shaad Ali. Sandeep is a Hockey

HOCKEY: Eyes on semifinal spot, India take on Malaysia
Hockey: Eyes on semifinal spot, India take on Malaysia

GOLD COAST: There haven’t been any defeats to worry over but the Indian men’s hockey team would be eager to ensure that its far-from-convincing campaign finds some footing when it takes on lower-ranked Malaysia at the Commonwealth Games here on Monday. Starting off against Pakistan should have been ideal to get the adrenaline going for the

Commonwealth Games 2018 to open today with dazzling ceremony

Commonwealth Games 2018 to open today with dazzling ceremony. The 21st edition of the Commonwealth Games will commence in Gold Coast, Australia, with a glittering opening ceremony on Wednesday evening. The inaugural ceremony will be held at the Carrara Stadium. The biggest event in its history will run through 11 days. More than 4,500 athletes

India to clash with Pak in Champions Trophy
India to clash with Pak in Champions Trophy

NEW DELHI: Arch-rivals India and Pakistan will lock horns in a high-profile opening match of the men’s Champions Trophy hockey tournament in Breda, Netherlands on June 23.As per the schedule announced by the International Hockey Federation (FIH), besides the India-Pakistan tie, there will be two more games on the first day of the event to be

Commonwealth Games: Manpreet Singh to lead Indian men’s hockey team

Commonwealth Games: Manpreet Singh to lead Indian men’s hockey team . On Tuesday, Hockey India named the 18-member Indian Men’s Hockey Team which will represent the country at the prestigious Gold Coast 2018 XXI Commonwealth Games to begin on April 4. The Indian team is grouped in Pool B along with Pakistan, Malaysia, Wales, England

Indian women play out 1-1 draw with South Korea; win series 3-1
Indian women play out 1-1 draw with South Korea; win series 3-1

SEOUL: Indian women’s hockey team played out a 1-1 draw against hosts South Korea in the last game to win the five-match series 3-1 here on Sunday. Both the teams scored a goal each in the final quarter of the match to share the honours. It was Vandana Katariya who gave India the lead in the

Azlan Shah Cup: India thrash Ireland to finish 5th
Azlan Shah Cup: India thrash Ireland to finish 5th

IPOH (MALAYSIA): India finished a disappointing fifth at the Sultan Azlan Shah Cup hockey tournament after handing out a 4-1 drubbing to Ireland here on Saturday. Varun Kumar scored twice from penalty corners while Shilanand Lakra and Gurjant Singh got the other goals for India in the fifth/sixth classification match. Julian Dale exploited some poor

India's women hockey team beat South Korea 3-1
India’s women hockey team beat South Korea 3-1

SEOUL: The Indian women’s hockey team produced an all-round performance to notch a 3-1 win over higher-ranked Korea in the fourth match of a five-match series here. The victory for world no. 10 India saw them take an unassailable 3-1 lead in the series with a match remaining to be played on Sunday. Two goals

Indian women hockey team's first defeat against South Korea
Indian women hockey team’s first defeat against South Korea

Indian women’s hockey team lost 1-2 against South Korea in a hard-fought third game of the five-match series. This was India’s first defeat on the tour of the Asian nation. Two goals in the first quarter from South Korea’s Seul Ki Cheon (12th minute) and Yurim Lee (14th) sealed the win for the hosts at the

Indian women hockey team beat South Korea 1-0 in tour opener
Indian women hockey team beat South Korea 1-0 in tour opener

SEOUL: Indian women’s hockey team defeated South Korea by a solitary goal in the opening match of the five-game series to make a positive start to their tour here on Monday. India scored an early goal through Lalremsiami (5th minute) at the Jinchun National Athletic Center and then defended stoutly to hold on to the lead for

Misfiring India draw 1-1 against England in Azlan Shah Cup
Misfiring India draw 1-1 against England in Azlan Shah Cup

IPOH: India wasted chances galore to settle for al-1 draw against England in the their second match at the Sultan Azlan Shah Cup hockey tournament on Sunday. It was India’s first point in the tournament after having lost 2-3 to Olympic champions Argentina in their tournament opener yesterday at the Sultan Azlan Shah Stadium. Young Shilanand

India placed along side Belgium, Canada in Hockey WC
India placed along side Belgium, Canada in Hockey WC

India placed along side Belgium, Canada in Hockey WC NEW DELHI: In a favourable draw, hosts India were on Wednesday clubbed in Pool C along side Olympics silver medallists Belgium, World No 11 Canada and African continental champions South Africa in the men’s Hockey World Cup to be held in Bhubaneswar from November 28-December 16.According

When Dhyan Chand stood in queue to watch hockey
When Dhyan Chand stood in queue to watch hockey

When Dhyan Chand stood in queue to watch hockey Kolkata – At his best, Dhyan Chand had the world queueing up to watch his wizardry with the hockey stick but the politics of Indian sports once forced him to queue up for a ticket to watch the sport he defined, a new book has claimed. Olympic

Sardar says he's not done yet, eyes 2020 Olympics for parting shot
Sardar says he’s not done yet, eyes 2020 Olympics for parting shot

NEW DELHI: He might be standing at the twilight of his career, but former hockey captain Sardar Singh is not done yet and wants to give himself a chance till the 2020 Tokyo Olympics before deciding on his illustrious career. Talismanic midfielder Sardar, of late, has been in and out of the team as the