with inputs from P T Bopanna Senior journalist Bengaluru: Kodagu-born Joshna Chinappa, winner of the gold medal at the last Commonwealth Games in women's squash doubles, is the Coorg Person of the Year, 2014. Joshna along with Dipika Pallikal ... Mangalorean, 4 weeks ago
Protest against the felling of trees in region for power lines to light up Kerala Until early 2014, Nikki Ponnappa, a champion professional golfer in Bengaluru, had little knowledge about a fierce battle being fought by her community back in her ...Bangalore Mirror, 3 weeks ago
Saurav Ghosal at the podium with his silver medal. PTI With a Grand Slam title, an Asian Games gold, and a first ever year ending WTA title, 2014 was truly Sania Mirza's year. Kidambi Srikanth made it his year with just one win. While shooter ...NDTV, 1 month ago
It's report card time again, and when one looks back at the tests that Indian sport went through in 2014, the results could be termed satisfactory. Not in the excellent grade, not disappointing either. A mixed bag of joy and sorrow, defeats and victories, ...Deccan Herald, 1 month ago
Canada : India had mixed fortunes in WSF World Women's Team Squash Championship being held at Niagara-on-the-Lake, beating Austria 3-0 but narrowly going down to South Africa 1-2. India finished the league phase at the fourth position in Group ...Firstpost.com, 1 month ago Mixed day for Indian women in squash championship IBNLive India News, 1 month ago Mixed day for Indian eves in squash championship Yahoo! Malaysia, 1 month ago
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