Abhinav Bindra of India. Photograph: Jeff Gross/Getty Images Bolstered by a better-than-expected performance in the Commonwealth Games, India’s athletes are looking to assert themselves against the sporting might of continental powerhouses like China and Japan in the 17th Asian Games, commencing in Incheon on Friday. The haul of 64 medals at the Commonwealth Games, in July-August, which included 15 gold, should act as the ideal springboard for the Indian contingent to better its medal ... Rediff.com, 1 month ago
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