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Marathon coach Surinder Singh Bhandari basks in glory of wards
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Marathon coach Surinder Singh Bhandari basks in glory of wards

39-year-old coach Surinder Singh Bhandari's wards Nitendra Rawat, Kheta Ram and Gopi T, all alumnus of the Army Sports Institute in Pune, have qualified for the 2016 Rio Olympics. Surinder Singh Bhandari still holds the national record for the ... India Today, 1 week ago
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'Olympics has mostly been about failure for India:' Parliamentary Committee slams Sports Ministry

New Delhi: A Parliamentary Standing Committee has come down hard on the Sports Ministry for its inaction on the the issue of mobilisation of funds from the Public Sector Undertakings, which it said has led to lack of finances to support athletes in ...
 Firstpost.com1 month ago Parliamentary Committee Slams Sports Ministry for Lack of Fund Mobilisation  New Indian Express1 month ago Why sports in India is struggling to make a mark  Rediff.com1 month ago
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Calcutta Telegraph

26-year-old coach packs Rio punch

Ranchi-based Namita Kumari will have every reason to be proud if any member of the senior national women wrestling squad strikes gold (can be silver or bronze too) at the 2016 Rio Olympics that will kick off in Brazil from August 5. Wrestling ...
 Calcutta Telegraph3 weeks ago

Dutee waits for nod to Rio plan

The article below represents a preview only and is not meant for reuse or republishing. New Delhi, Jan. 10 -- Top sportspersons don't let stress get the better of them, and devise ways of dealing with it. Preparing to achieve the Rio qualification ...
 HT Syndication3 weeks ago

Learning the science of sports

The second edition of the three-day sports science workshop, Sportsman 2015, organised by the Manipal University and Sports Authority of India, concluded here on Wednesday. According to a press release issued here, presiding over the valedictory ...
 The Hindu1 month ago

National Herald case: Sonia, Rahul Gandhi's plea dismissed; Cong calls it "vendetta politics", BJP hails verdict

National Herald case: HC dismisses Gandhis' plea against summons New Delhi: As the Delhi High Court on Monday dismissed a plea of Congress chief Sonia Gandhi and vice president Rahul Gandhi to quash trial court's summons to them in the National ...
 ZeeNews.com1 month ago

Would the World Cup belong to the BCCI …

By | Sportskeeda India players hoisting the World Cup trophy after the 2011 triumph With the t-20 world cup in India just round the bend, one oftenwonders if India win the world cup yet again will it belong to the BCCI or the Republic of ...
 Yahoo! India2 months ago

Damaged infra renovated but Intl Stadia a dream

Rajesh Dhar JAMMU: The previous Ministry of Youth Services and Sports, Government of Jammu and Kashmir, though renovated major part of the damaged sports infrastructure in the State and also held a good number of sports extravaganzas, rather ...
 Daily Excelsior.com3 weeks ago
Hindustan Times

From hearsay or to take short-cuts, doping rampant at grassroots level

They give the phrase catch em young an entirely different meaning. At an age when they should be learning the joys of competing, win or lose, more and more young Indian athletes are getting sucked into doping, which leads to a quick rise but an ...
 Hindustan Times1 week ago

The marathon man: Frontline to backroom, Bhandari makes seamless transition as wards cornerglory

Snow fell unusually thick and fast in the winter months of 2000, reducing whatever limited visibility was available at night. But that could not be used as an excuse. Surinder Singh Bhandari had to keep his eyes peeled for any unnatural movement. He ...
 Yahoo! India2 weeks ago
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