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New low for Indian sports: Female hockey players forced to sit on the floor of a train
DNA

New low for Indian sports: Female hockey players forced to sit...

Players Deep Grace Ekka, Namita Toppo, Sunita Lakra and Lilima Minz from Odisha, who represented India at the Rio Olympics, in spite of being railway employees, were made to sit on the floor of their bogey as their tickets were unconfirmed. DNA, 4 weeks ago
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India hockey squad announced for Rio Olympics

15 Jul 2016 Four Odia girls found place in the Indian Women�s hockey team for Rio Olympics.Deep Grace Ekka, Namita Toppo, Lilima Minz, and Sunita Lakra from Odisha will represent the national team in the Olympics which will be played in Rio de Janeiro, ...
 News on Air2 months ago Do the women hockey Olympians from Odisha deserve this?  OdishaSunTimes.com1 month ago Fundraising campaign for Rio-bound Odisha players  OdishaSunTimes.com2 months ago Four Odisha players part of Olympic-bound women's hockey squad  Prokerala2 months ago
New Indian Express

Indian women's team start national camp in Bhopal; Ritu Rani recalled

Indian senior team have a long season ahead Fresh from a three-week break after a historic Olympic appearance in Rio de Janeiro, the Indian women's hockey team regrouped for the national camp in Bhopal. The Blueskirts will be participating at the ...
 Sportskeeda.com1 week ago Women's national hockey camp to start Sunday  Assam Tribune1 week ago Hockey: women's national camp to start on Sunday  ProKerala.com1 week ago After Rio stint, Indian eves to regroup for national camp in Bhopal  Yahoo! India1 week ago
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Ritu named in camp, uncertain about attending

Former Indian women's hockey captain Ritu Rani, who was dropped from the team for the Rio Olympics citing attitude issues, has been named among the 29 probables for the National camp beginning on Sunday in Bhopal. The 24-year-old Ritu led the ...
 The Hindu1 week ago
International Business Times India

National women hockey players were not mistreated: Indian Railways

New Delhi, Aug 30: The Indian Railways on Monday dismissed media reports that said that four national women 's hockey players were made to sit on the floor while travelling from Ranchi to Rourkela via Bokaro-Allepey Express train. "The news ...
 Oneindia4 weeks ago Railways dismisses reports on women's hockey team members getting ugly treatment on train  International Business Times India4 weeks ago Railways quashes reports on mistreatment of women hockey players  ProKerala.com4 weeks ago Reports of mistreatment of women's hockey players untrue: Railways  Mid Day4 weeks ago
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PTI - FELICITATION - EMIL felicitates Rio Olympics participants from Odisha

FELICITATION - EMIL felicitates Rio Olympics participants from Odisha Contributed by NAMPA / PTI. Bhubaneswar, Aug 30 (PTI) In a bid to promote sporting talents of Odisha, EMIL an Aditya Birla Group Company today felicitated six sports persons ...
 Namibia Press Agency4 weeks ago EMIL felicitates Odia Rio Olympians with cash awards  Times of India4 weeks ago EMIL feliciated six Olympians of Odisha; presented cash prizes Rs. 70 lakh  Orissadiary.com4 weeks ago

Indian Hockey Player Made To Sit On The Floor Of A Train While Returning From Rio, Railway Denies Reports

[Update: The article which was published at 6:00 PM was updated with latest information at 6:30 PM] Our apathy to sports and athletes is not unknown to anyone. A few days back, state governments, politicians, and sports bodies were donating cash ...
 The Logical Indian4 weeks ago Railway Ministry denies reports on hockey players travails, says they didn't travel on train floor  Firstpost.com4 weeks ago
International Business Times India

Six Odisha athletes receive cash awards for representing India at Rio Olympics

Srabani Nanda featured in the 200m for India in Rio Olympics. Reuters Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik felicitated the Odia athletes, who represented India at the RIo Olympics. While none of the athletes from the state win a medal for India ...
 International Business Times India4 weeks ago CM Naveen Patnaik felicitates Odisha athletes who participated in Rio Olympics 2016  Firstpost.com4 weeks ago Prominent women athletes conferred Biju Patnaik Sports Award  Odisha Television4 weeks ago

Players keen to put an end to Railways controversy

With reports of four Indian women's hockey players mistreated by Indian Railways on their way back home from Rio creating a furore, the players themselves are keen to put an end to the entire issue. Interestingly, all four are Railway employees. ...
 The Hindu4 weeks ago
Firstpost.com

Women's hockey team insulted

Provided by Firstpost On a day when India's Olympian athletes Jitu Rai, Dipa Karmakar, PV Sindhu and Sakshi Malik were conferred with the Khel Ratna awards, the Indian women's hockey team - which also featured in the recently concluded Rio ...
 MSN News US4 weeks ago While other Olympians get BMWs, Khel Ratna, women's hockey team made to sit on train floor  Firstpost.com4 weeks ago
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