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There's no pressure on us, insists Lakra

Fit-again Birendra Lakra feels India will be under little bit of pressure in the upcoming Hockey World League Final as the country gears up to host top hockey playing nations of the world in Bhubaneswar from December 1 to 10. Lakra, who missed last years Rio ... Deccan Herald, 2 weeks ago

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Sardar dropped; Rupinder, Lakra return for HWL Final

Veteran mid-fielder Sardar Singh was today dropped from India’s 18-member squad for next month’s Hockey World League Final, while the fit-again Rupinder Pal Singh and Birendra Lakra made comebacks for the season-ending tournament to be held in ...
 Asia Net India3 weeks ago Hockey World League Final: Sardar Singh dropped; Rupinder Pal Singh, Birendra Lakra return  DNA3 weeks ago HWL Finals: India show defensive solidity to hold Australia  Sify1 week ago Sardar Singh axed from India's squad for Hockey World League Final  catchnews.com3 weeks ago
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Hockey India names 35 players for national coaching camp

Drag-flick specialist Rupinder Pal Singh, fullbacks Birender Lakra and Kothajit Singh too will be available for selection after injury layoff while forward Mandeep Singh is back in the camp after being rested for the Asia Cup. Courtesy: IANS New Delhi: Having ...
 Zee News1 month ago
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Vivek Sagar Prasad to lead Indian colts at Sultan of Johor Cup

Vivek Sagar Prasad will lead the 18-member Indian junior men's hockey team while Pratap Lakra will be his deputy for the 7th Sultan of Johor Cup 2017, beginning October 22 in Johor Bahru, Malaysia.The Indian colts will take on Japan in their opening match.The ...
 Business Standard1 month ago

Hyderabad to get child-friendly courts

The Hyderabad Polices Bharosa support centre for women and children will soon have a designated childrens court to try cases of sexual offences against minors. The police are hopeful that the court will conduct speedy trials to ensure justice to the children.
 Deccan Herald5 days ago
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The anxious wait is over for this dragflicker

Defence is my top priority, says dragflicker Rupinder ‘This is a fresh start for me. I am playing after a while and my intent is to bring a lot of energy on the field’ IMAGE: India’s Rupinder Pal Singh, centre, in action against England during a practice game in Bhubaneshwar. Photograph: Hockey India/Facebook Back in national colours after recovering from an injury, dragflick specialist Rupinder Pal Singh said defence will be his top priority as he looks to make a fresh ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago
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Hockey India names 33 players for Women's National Camp

Hockey India on 25 November named 33 players for the Indian women's national camp, which is slated to be held in Sports Authority of India (SAI), Bengaluru from 26 November. The players will report to chief coach Harendra Singh and will train together till ...
 catchnews.com2 weeks ago HI names 33 players for junior men's national coaching camp  Business Standard4 weeks ago
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Dyal Singh College name change row divides the campus

Amid a raging debate over the name change of Delhi University's Dyal Singh College (Evening) to 'Vande Mataram College', after it starts functioning in the day shift, most students seemed to have no objection to the new name. A section of teachers and ...
 DNA2 weeks ago

Eight run over by truck in Bathinda

Eight persons, most of them teenagers, were today run over by a truck on the highway at Bhucho Mandi area here, police said.The accident took place at around 8:15 am when the victims alighted from a bus after meeting with a minor accident, they said.They were ...
 Business Standard1 month ago
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Indian women break jinx, lift Asia Cup

India won the Asia Cup to secure qualification in next year's hockey World Cup IMAGE: Indian women hockey team celebrates. Photograph: Hockey India/Twitter Goalkeeper Savita produced a stunning save in a tense shootout as India won the Asia Cup to secure qualification in next year's hockey World Cup following a nerve-wracking win over China in the finalon Sunday. The team broke a 13-year-old jinx when skipper Rani scored the final goal and Savita foiled an attempt from the rivals to ensure a ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago Rani Rampal to lead India in women's Asia Cup  Business Standard1 month ago Rani to lead India in Women's Asia Cup 2017  Business Standard1 month ago
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