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CM along with Deputy CM inaugurates 6th Kabaddi world cup

Rupnagar: One of the biggest sporting extravaganzas of the country, the 6th Dr BR Ambedkar World Cup Kabbadi today began with a great pomp and show as the Punjab Chief Minister Mr. Parkash Singh Badal accompanied by Deputy Chief Minister Mr. Sukhbir Singh Badal, inaugurated this mega sporting event here at Nehru Stadium.   The Chief Minister

Maradona fears Argentina may be left out of 2018 World Cup

Buenos Aires: Argentina may be left out of the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia, football legend has said. The former star player and national team coach said on Tuesday that there was no one looking out for his country’s interests inside football’s decision-making organisations, reports Xinhua. Argentina “has no representative” either within the regional

India take on Pakistan in the U-18 Asia Cup semifinals

Dhaka: A traditional rivalry will take centre-stage when India take on Pakistan in the semifinals of the Under-18 Asia Cup hockey tournament here tomorrow. The two teams have enjoyed success before in the competition, India having been twice—winners in 2001 and fifth in 2009. Pakistan have also twice been part of the tournament, winning it

Chelsea, Liverpool stay on course in English League Cup

Manchester: With no European competitions clogging up their schedules, Chelsea and Liverpool are placing more importance on the English League Cup than usual this season. They both advanced to the last 16 on Tuesday but took different routes. Chelsea came from two goals behind at Premier League champion Leicester, taking an end-to-end game to extra

City schools bag top positions in the region

Mohali: In the recently organised World Scholar‘s Cup 2016 hosted by Learning Paths School, Mohali more than 1,400 medals being awarded under different categories. Strawberry Fields High Schools and St Stephens School, both under the senior and junior category respectively were adjudged the overall winners from the region. In all 17 schools and more than 290 students participated from the

Lt Colonel Deol Memorial Cup commences

Minerva Academy Football Club and Chandigarh Football Club (CFC) won their matches in round-robin matches of 2nd Lt Colonel Deol Memorial Cup. Minerva defeated Minerva Sharks RC whereas CFC mauled Indian Air Force team. Giving a big shock to the team management of Indian Air Force team, scheduled to play in Durand Cup, Chandigarh Football

Barcelona, Sevilla ready to contest Spanish Super Cup

Seville (Spain):  Spanish league champions FC Barcelona and Sevilla will go head to head in the first leg of the Spanish Super Cup on Sunday with the first title of the country’s domestic season in play. Sevilla receive Barcelona in the Sanchez Pizjuan Stadium here just days after their 2-3 defeat to Real Madrid in

Four city girls get selected for Women Baseball Cup

Ludhiana: Four city girls who got selected for senior women baseball world cup matches made city proud again. Matches are going to held at Gijang city of South Korea from September 3 onwards All of them are national level players and performing fairly well at national camp which is under taken by National Institution of Sports

Djokovic enters Rogers Cup quarters

Toronto: World No. 1 Novak Djokovic of Serbia headlined the top seeded players who advanced to the quarter-finals on the fourth day of the Rogers Cup tennis tournament at the Aviva Centre here. Djokovic defeated 37-year-old Czech opponent Radek Stepanek in straight sets (6-2, 6-4) on Thursday to reach the last eight stage of the

Must Watch: Davis Cup Indian Tennis team dances on ‘Afghan Jalebi’

  Chandigarh: Not used to playing singles anymore, India’s Rohan Bopanna found rhythm in nick of time to edge past Hong Chung before Yong-Kyu Lim prevented a Korean whitewash with a gritty win over Ramkumar Ramanathan in the Davis Cup Asia\Oceania Group I tie here today. Asked to take court in place of Saketh Myneni, who

Must Watch: Davis Cup Indian Tennis team dances on ‘Afghan Jalebi’

  Chandigarh: Not used to playing singles anymore, India’s Rohan Bopanna found rhythm in nick of time to edge past Hong Chung before Yong-Kyu Lim prevented a Korean whitewash with a gritty win over Ramkumar Ramanathan in the Davis Cup Asia\Oceania Group I tie here today. Asked to take court in place of Saketh Myneni, who

Saketh, Ramkumar hand India lead in Davis Cup tie

Chandigarh: Saketh Myneni and Ramkumar Ramanathan overcame tough conditions and difficult opponents to win their respective singles matches and hand India a comfortable 2-0 lead on the opening day of the Asia/Oceania Group I Davis Cup tie against South Korea here on Friday. Interestingly, both Indians won their matches by walkover as their respective opponents

Badminton: Denmark bags Europe’s maiden Thomas Cup title

Kunshan: Eight-time runner-up Denmark rode on singles success to become first European team to clinch the Thomas Cup badminton title, overcoming record champion Indonesia 3-2 in the final here on Sunday. Demark won all the three singles battles with Viktor Axelsen, Jan O Jorgensen and Hans-Kristian Vittinghus coming out triumphant to stop Indonesia from extending