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World Para Athletics: Silver for Sharad, bronze for Bhati in high jump event

Athletics-Paralympic athlete Hayayei dies at London training f...

Paralympic athlete Abdullah Hayayei has died while preparing for the 2017 World Para Athletics Championships in London, the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) have confirmed. DNA, 2 weeks ago

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PCI honours medal winners of World meet

The Paralympic Committee of India (PCI) on Tuesday felicitated Indias medal winners of the recently concluded World Para Athletics Championships in London. India finished with five medals, their highest ever in the championships, with one gold, two silver and ...
 Deccan Herald2 days ago Symphony turns into cacophony at PCI felicitation  Business Standard2 days ago

PCI washes its hands off apathy towards blind para-swimmer

PCI says could not withdraw money due to court matter IMAGE: Kanchanmala Pande. Photograph: Facebook The Paralympic Committee of India on Wednesday washed its hands off the reported incident of a blind para-swimmer being left to fend for herself in Berlin, saying the sanctioned amount could not be distributed due to the non-availability of court-appointed committee chairman. Reports said that Kanchanmala Pande, who took part in the Berlin Para Swimming Championships with five others, was ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago

Police question Paralympian in connection with man's death

Paralympic gold medallist T Mariyappan has been questioned following the death of a man with whom he had allegedly got into a quarrel, police said on Tuesday. However, the athlete was allowed to go after the enquiry on Sunday. 19-year-old Satish was found dead on a railway track in the district on Saturday. Earlier that day he reportedly got into a quarrel with Mariyappan after his two-wheeler dashed against the athlete's car, police said. A district police official told PTI that Satish's ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Sports Minister felicitates Indian women's cricket team

Sports Minister Vijay Goel today felicitated the Indian womens cricket team for its spectacular performance in the ICC World Cup, saying this will inspire the countrys youth to take up sports as a career option. India lost to hosts England by nine runs in the ...
 Deccan Herald17 hours ago Mithali Raj & Girls Felicitated for World Cup Heroics  catchnews.com20 hours ago 'Indian women's cricketers will inspire millions of young women to take up sports'  Rediff.com22 hours ago Outrage after India's para-swimmer forced to beg in Berlin; Sports Minister demands report  DNA2 weeks ago

Sports Shorts: Clijsters, Roddick to be inducted into Hall of Fame

Clijsters, Roddick to be inducted into Hall of Fame   Former world number ones and Grand Slam champions Kim Clijsters and Andy Roddick are among five players set to be inducted into the International Tennis Hall of Fame this Saturday. Besides Clijsters and Roddick, four-time Paralympic wheelchair tennis medalist Monique Kalkman-van den Bosch of Dutch, tennis historian and journalist Steve Flink and late tennis instructor Vic Braden complete the full list. 34-year-old Clijsters, who ...
 Rediff.com6 days ago
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