Armed with a Delhi High Court order that allowed her to play in upcoming international tournaments, the embattled Jwala Gutta went hammer and tongs against the Badminton Association of India (BAI). Speaking to media persons, the victorious Jwala ... New Indian Express, 1 month ago
No one can stop me from playing: Jwala - The Hindu, 1 month ago
Players call Jwala punishment harsh - Millennium Post, 1 month ago
Shruti Kurien-Kanetkar enjoyed unprecedented success in badminton at the national level. From 2002-08, she, along with her doubles partner, won six consecutive national titles and they were literally unbeatable. Like most partnerships in sport, ...Business Standard India, 1 month ago
I have mixed feelings. In a way Im really happy that the court ruled in my favour. But it is also unfortunate — taking into account my performances and achievements so far — that I need a court's permission to be able to play now. I don't know ...Asian Age, 1 month ago
INDIA's Sameer Verma continued the trend of producing the unexpected in the Takaud Bahrain International Badminton Series last night at the Indian Club. The unseeded youngster upset fourth seed Dharma Alrie Guna, the fourth seed from Indonesia, ...Gulf Daily News, 1 month ago Indian players dominate Gulf Daily News, 1 month ago Ex-players back Gutta The Freepress Journal, 1 month ago
ONGC and BPCL won the men's and women's team championships in the 35th PSPB Inter-unit badminton tournament here on Tuesday. ONGC beat IOCL 3-0 in men's event while BPCL got the better of IOCL 2-1 in the women's. National champion Saurabh Verma (ONGC) shocked ...Deccan Herald, 2 months ago
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