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Second Bengaluru Cup from October 10

The second edition of Hockey Karnataka's Bengaluru Cup will be held at the hockey stadium from October 10 to 19 with six teams vying for the top honours in the men's and women's categories. While top teams like Air India, IOCL, BPCL, Army XI, ONGC and ... Deccan Herald, 2 weeks ago
Top hockey teams for Bengaluru Cup Prokerala, 2 weeks ago

When Mr Dependable was pushed to a minor role

It's hard to imagine Rahul Dravid donning a minor role in any sphere of life. But that's what happened to the cricketing great many years back when hockey player Sandeep Somesh put him to shade. "Sandeep (Somesh) and I studied in St Joseph's and both used to ...
 Deccan Herald2 weeks ago

At school I realised I wasn't fit for hockey: Dravid

Before taking up cricket, the game that enticed Rahul Dravid most was hockey but the former India cricket captain soon realised that he was not fit for the sport after his school coach relegated him from centre-half to right-half position. "I used to play ...
 Deccan Herald2 weeks ago
Bangalore Mirror

Small Talk with Nihar Ameen: No splash in the pan

It all began as a family affair. Nihar Ameen had just a limited goal: to coach his sister Shahnaz Shacoor when she was left floundering after being the youngest swimmer at the 1982 Asian Games. More than 30 years later, Ameen has become the first ...
 Bangalore Mirror1 month ago
New Indian Express

The Dronacharya who Inspires Olympian Dreamers

QUEENSROAD: Nihar Ameen, the Dronacharya Award winner, has rendered glorious service to Indian swimming aspirants and groomed them to be Olympians like a man driven. Associated with the KC Reddy Swim Centre in Sadashivnagar earlier, Nihar is now ...
 New Indian Express1 month ago
New Indian Express

Dronacharya Not Happy With B Cut

CHENNAI:He may never have been the national coach, nor is he the blue-eyed boy of Indian swimming, but producing results are his forte. He does not represent the national federation as a coach, but his unorthodox methods have ensured that his wards ...
 New Indian Express1 month ago
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