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Asian Games: India's weightlifters throw off spectre of doping
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Indian lifters seek new image; China set to dominate

Having redeemed themselves from the sins of the past in stellar style at the Glasgow Commonwealth Games, the Indian weightlifters will be seeking to build on their new-found clean image when their competition at the Asian Games kicks off here on Saturday . Deccan Herald, 1 month ago
India's story at the Asian Games Yahoo! India, 2 weeks ago
India hope to turn new leaf in weightlifting Oman Tribune, 1 month ago
India Today

Indian weightlifters eye maiden gold medal at Asian Games

Having raised the country's expectations after winning 12 'clean' medals in the recently concluded Glasgow Commonwealth Games (CWG), the Indian weightlifting contingent will be eyeing more glory in the 17th Asian Games starting Friday in the South Korean city ...
 Prokerala1 month ago Weightlifters eye medals in Asian Games after CWG stint  India Today1 month ago Llifters eye maiden gold medal at Asian Games  Millennium Post1 month ago Asian Games: Weightlifters eye maiden gold medal at Incheon  Mid Day1 month ago
Jagran Post

Glasgow show will change perception about weightlifting: IWLF

Admitting that Indian Weightlifting was known for doping in the recent past, national federation president Birendra Prasad Baishya today said the spectacular show by lifters in the Commonwealth Games here would bring a change in the perception ...
 Business Standard2 months ago

India Okays Team of 679 for Incheon Asian Games

New Delhi: The All India Football Federation heaved a sigh of relief as Sports Minister Sarbananda Sonowal, in consultation with Prime Minister Narendra Modi, cleared the football teams for the Asian Games in Incheon, South Korea. But the Indian ...
 India-West1 month ago Stepping stone to Rio  Calcutta Telegraph1 month ago Ministry prunes Asian Games contingent to 679, football teams cleared  ProKerala.com1 month ago Sports Ministry Reduces Indian Contigent for Asian Games to 679  International Business Times India1 month ago

One more medal for India after Nigerian lifter fails dope test

India got one more medal in the women's 53kg weightlifting when Swati Singh was handed the bronze and Matsha Santoshi upgraded to silver after 16-year-old Nigerian gold winner Chika Amalaha tested positive for a banned substance at the Commonwealth Games. Santoshi had finished third and Swati fourth in the women's 53kg weightlifting competition, held on July 25. They will now get a silver and bronze respectively. "We have got official intimation from the Glasgow 2014 organisers that Santoshi's ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago India win one more medal after Nigerian lifter fails dope test  Deccan Herald2 months ago Nigerian weightlifter in dope net, Indians have most to gain  Deccan Herald2 months ago Nigerian lifter tests positive  Deccan Herald2 months ago
Jagran Post

Sanjita, Sukhen bag gold

India ran away with opening day honours in the weightlifting competition of the 20th Commonwealth Games with Sukhen Dey and K Sanjita Chanu winning the gold medal in their respective events. The Indian team bagged four out of six medals on offer on Day one of ...
 Sify2 months ago India clinch two gold medals in weightlifting  Deccan Herald2 months ago CWG 2014: Weightlifters Sanjita, Sukhen bag gold medals for India  Jagran Post2 months ago

Indian sport must start from scratch: Jiji Thomson

New Delhi: Jiji Thomson was appointed director general of the Sports Authority of India (SAI) in March last year; SAI has been on a war-footing ever since. It battled the Indian Olympic Association (IOA) over the 2014 Asian Games contingent, caused ...
 Livemint.com1 week ago

Shuttler Srikanth drops to World No.23

Comment · print · T T T+· T- PTI K. Srikanth. File photo TOPICS Rising Indian shuttler Kidambi Srikanth has dropped a place to No.23 in the latest men's singles rankings released by the Badminton World Federation (BWF) on Thursday. ...
 The Hindu1 week ago
Jagran Post

Vikas Gowda to lead India's medal quest at Asian Games 2014

With a subdued start at the Asian Games, the Indian contingent has a lot of hopes from Vikas Gowda and Co in Athletics. (Source: PTI) India's subdued campaign at the 17th Asian Games is expected to get a boost tomorrow with the commencement of the ...
 Indian Express3 weeks ago Gowda, Arpinder to lead India's gold medal quest in athletics  ZeeNews.com3 weeks ago Leap to gold  Indian Express2 months ago Gold quest right on track  New Delhi Pioneer3 weeks ago

India's C'wealth Games showing raises hope for big medal haul at Asiad

Abhinav Bindra of India. Photograph: Jeff Gross/Getty Images Bolstered by a better-than-expected performance in the Commonwealth Games, India’s athletes are looking to assert themselves against the sporting might of continental powerhouses like China and Japan in the 17th Asian Games, commencing in Incheon on Friday. The haul of 64 medals at the Commonwealth Games, in July-August, which included 15 gold, should act as the ideal springboard for the Indian contingent to better its medal ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago India aiming to make mark with big medal haul in Incheon  Deccan Herald1 month ago India eager to make mark with big medal haul at Asian Games  SahiOnline1 month ago Asian Games: India Aiming to Make Mark with Big Medal Haul in Incheon  NDTV1 month ago
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