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Under-17 World Cup: Captain says fatigue and inexperience cost India

Under-17 World Cup: Captain says fatigue and inexperience cost...

IMAGE: India's Amarjit Singh, left, makes a tackle to stop Edmund Arko-Mensah of Ghana. Photograph: FIFA/Twitter The Indian Under-17 World Cup team captain Amarjit Singh said that the will was there but lack of competitive experience did not help their cause in the ongoing FIFA competition. The hosts crashed out of the tournament at the group stage, losing all their three matches. They gave a tough fight to Colombia in their 1-2 defeat but suffered drubbings against the USA (0-3) and Ghana ..., 2 months ago

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Former spy chiefs want Indo-Pak cricketing ties resumed. Do you agree?

Two former spy chiefs of India and Pakistan, Amarjit Singh Dulat, the former chief of the Research and Analysis Wing (RAW), and General (retd) Ehsanul Haq, the former director general of the Inter Services Intelligence (ISI), have urged the two countries to resume playing cricket in order to strengthen diplomatic ties.   At a talk organised by South Asia Centre, London School of Economics' (LSE) Pakistan Development Society and the South Asia Future Forum in London, the two former spy ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago India, Pakistan should resume cricketing ties: Former spy chiefs  Business Standard2 months ago Ex-spy chiefs urge India, Pakistan to talk, play cricket  Prokerala2 months ago

'FIFA U-17 WC experience will help India in the long run'

India might not have been able to make it to the knockout stage of the ongoing FIFA U-17 World Cup, but skipper Amarjit Singh believes the experience that he, and his team, got at the tournament will prove to be beneficial in the long run.India ended their ...
 Business Standard2 months ago Play to win, Rathore tells boys  Deccan Herald2 months ago PHOTOS U-17 World Cup: India no match for clinical Ghana  Rediff.com2 months ago FIFA U-17 World Cup: What the tournament means for India  Rediff.com2 months ago

FIFA U-17 World Cup: Indian football's moment of reckoning is here

The likes of captain Amarjit Singh Kiyam, Komal Thatal and Aniket Jadhav will thus accomplish a feat, which eluded legends like Bhaichung Bhutia, I M Vijayan and Sunil Chhetri. Courtesy: Twitter New Delhi: Propelled from the rear end to the centre stage by ...
 Zee News2 months ago FIFA U-17 World Cup: Amarjit Kiyam says he's surprised at being picked captain  Zee News2 months ago Amarjit 039 s hard work has paid off, says father  E Pao!2 months ago

OLX India Founder, CEO Amarjit Batra to move to Naspers

OLX India on Tuesday announced that Amarjit Singh Batra, the CEO and founder of the OLX India business, is planning to move within Naspers for his next adventure. Amar joined OLX in 2008 and has been instrumental in building OLX India as the undisputed market ...
 Sify2 months ago "I have not quit, I've decided to move on": Olx's Amarjit Singh Batra  Afaqs2 months ago

It was a case of bad luck, proud of Jeakson Singh, says India U-17 football captain Amarjit Singh

India came agonisingly close to securing their first ever draw, if not a win, in a FIFA tournament when Jeakson Singh Thanoujam's bullet header found the back of the net against Colombia in their second group game of the ongoing U-17 World Cup.
 Zee News2 months ago

U-17 WC Digest: From Manipur to New Delhi to cheer their boys

IMAGE: Amarjit Singh’s family will be in New Delhi to cheer him. Photograph: AIFF Media/Twitter India U-17 football team captain Amarjit Singh's confidence is set to get a boost during the World Cup as his full family will be in New Delhi to cheer him. Amarjit belongs to a poor family in a village in Thoubal district of Manipur and his parents have expressed their inability to buy air tickets for them to travel to Delhi to watch their son play in U-17 World Cup beginning on October 6.
 Rediff.com2 months ago FIFA U-17 WC: India face do-or-die clash against Ghana  Business Standard2 months ago In history, an experience of a lifetime  DNA2 months ago FIFA Under-17: India set for challenging WC debut against USA  Rediff.com2 months ago

Paradise English School fetes four players from Thoubal

Paradise English School, Thoubal Okram today feted four players, Amarjit Singh Kiyam, Jeakson Thounaojam, Jenikchan Thounaojam and O Rishikanta at the school campus . Amarjit Kiyam, captain of the U-17 Indian team, Thounaojam Jeakson the only goal scorer of ...
 E Pao!2 months ago
State Times

Pakistan has gone out of 'Kashmir equation', says former Indian RAW chief

Kashmiris realise there is nothing more to be gained from Pakistan: Amarjit Singh Dulat Last Updated at October 8, 2017 13:48 IST
 Business Standard2 months ago Pakistan has gone out of Kashmir equation, says former Indian spy  State Times2 months ago
The Assam Tribune

We're not afraid of facing tough opponents: India U-17 captain

MARGAO, Sept 26: Indias captain for the FIFA U-17 World Cup Amarjit Singh has said that his players have worked extremely hard in the last couple of years and are not afraid of facing tough opponents in the upcoming mega event, starting October 6.Under the ...
 The Assam Tribune2 months ago U-17 World Cup Digest: 'We're not afraid of facing tough opponents'  Rediff.com2 months ago
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