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CWG 2014: Indian Stars Reach Round of 16 in Badminton

CWG 2014: Indian Stars Reach Round of 16 in Badminton

India's P.V. Sindhu in action during the Commonwealth Games. Glasgow: Indian shuttlers made merry at the Commonwealth Games Wednesday as all of them won their respective matches in straight games to enter the last 16 at the Emirates Arena here. ... NDTV, 11 hours ago

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The Week, 6 days ago
Times of India, 1 week ago
Afternoon Despatch & Courier, 2 weeks ago
The Hindu, 1 month ago
Gulf News, 4 weeks ago
The Week

All Indians enter last 16

dal contenders, P V Sindhu and Parupalli Kashyap notched up easy victories in the women's and men's singles events respectively to storm into the prequarterfinals of the badminton competition at the 20th Commonwealth Games here on Wednesday. ...
 New Delhi Pioneer5 hours ago All Indians, including Sindhu & Kashyap enter last 16 at CWG  Business Standard13 hours ago All Indian shuttlers enter last 16  The Week5 hours ago 2014 CWG: All Indians, including Sindhu & Kashyap enter last 16  Zee News9 hours ago

Sindhu exudes confidence

With the hopes of an entire nation resting on her shoulders, young P.V. Sindhu has shrugged off the pressure and said she was confident of winning the women's singles gold in the badminton event of the 20th Commonwealth Games. Speaking to the media ...
 The Hindu1 week ago Sindhu hoping to impress Tendulkar with CWG performance  Rediff.com1 week ago Why winning the gold medal at the Glasgow CWG won't be a cakewalk for P V Sindhu  Yahoo! India1 week ago


| Agencies Shuttlers reach semi-finals P V Sindhu suffered a three-game loss against Michelle Li in the women's singles but the Indian badminton team still managed to advance to the semifinals of the mixed team championship after defeating ...
 New Delhi Pioneer3 days ago Indian shuttlers reach semifinals of mixed team event at CWG  Business Standard4 days ago

CWG: Sindhu loses; Ghosal makes semis after hard-fought win

It was a mixed night for the Indian badminton team at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow as India’s big hope P V Sindhu suffered a three-game loss against Michelle Li in the women's singles but the Indian team still managed to advance to the semi-finals of the mixed team championship after defeating Canada 3-1. Silver medallists at the 2010 Delhi Games, India were leading 2-0 after the first two matches, courtesy the winning start by mixed doubles combo of Kidambi Srikanth and Jwala Gutta ...
 Rediff.com3 days ago Commonwealth Games 2014: Schedule of …  Yahoo! India1 week ago Team India reach badminton semifinals in Glasgow  Drinks Break4 days ago Indian team opens with couple of easy wins in Glasgow  Drinks Break5 days ago

Sindhu Sadhana sets sail for Andamans

It's a dream come true for oceanographic scientists with the National Institute of Oceanography - Council of Scientific and Industrial Research flagging off the indigenously built Research Vessel Sindhu Sadhana for its maiden month-long expedition ...
 The Hindu3 days ago

Jwala optimistic of India winning three badminton medals at C'wealth Games

'In singles there's not much competition. I am hoping Saina and Sindhu reach the final. But in doubles you have the Malaysians, the English and the Singaporeans.' With Saina Nehwal and P V Sindhu in good form, India will surely win at least three medals from badminton in the upcoming Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, says Jwala Gutta, the country's No 1 doubles player. India won four medals from the discipline at the 2010 Games, but the doubles defending champion will not be playing in the mixed ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago India will win at least 3 medals at Commonwealth Games: Jwala  Hindu Business Line2 weeks ago India will win at least three medals at CWG: Jwala  Business Standard2 weeks ago
The Hindu

Didn't want to compete for sake of it: Saina Nehwal

With no Saina in the team this time, all eyes will be on young P.V. Sindhu to fetch the country a medal in the women’s singles. P.C. Thulasi is the other singles player in
 Asian Age1 week ago Saina in semis  The Telegraph1 month ago Saina Nehwal in Australian Super Series semis; Sindhu bows out  The Hindu1 month ago Saina in semis, Sindhu out of Australian Open (Lead)  Prokerala1 month ago
Asia Net India

Australian Super Series: Saina, Sindhu In Quarters

Indian shuttlers Saina Nehwal and P V Sindhu entered the quarterfinals of the USD 750,000 Star Australian Super Series after posting comfortable victories in their respective women`s singles second round matches here.However, India`s campaign was over in both ...
 Asia Net India1 month ago Saina, Sindhu enter last eight  The Hindu1 month ago Saina, Sindhu in quarters of Australian Super Series  Deccan Herald1 month ago Saina and Sindhu advance  The Hindu1 month ago

Badminton World Rankings: Saina climbs up to 7th, Sindhu out of top 10

Following her Australian Open Super Series triumph, ace India shuttler Saina Nehwal today moved up a place to be in seventh position in the latest world rankings while P V Sindhu dropped out of the top 10 after a none-too-impressive outing in the same ...
 First Post.com3 weeks ago Saina moves a place up to 7th, Sindhu out of top 10  Press Trust of India3 weeks ago Chinese coach says India will take time to catch up with China  Zee News2 months ago
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