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    HI seeks 10 weeks time to respond on DCW notice to Sardar

    New Delhi: Hockey India (HI) today sought 10 weeks’ time to respond to the Delhi Commission for Women’s notice on the allegations of sexual harassment against Sardar Singh but firmly threw its weight behind the Indian captain by questioning the complainant’s “belated” charges.

  • Sardar Singh Returns

    India squad for Six Nations tourney announced

  • Hockey: Sardar returns to lead India in 6 Nation tourney

    New Delhi: Rested from India’s silver medal winning Champions Trophy campaign, Sardar Singh was today named captain of the 18-man squad for the 6 Nations Invitational hockey tournament to be held in Valencia from June 27.

  • Medal at Champions Trophy is our aim: Roelant Oltmans

    Bengaluru : With less than 10 days to go for their opening match in the FIH Champions Trophy in London, Indian men’s hockey team chief coach Roelant Oltmans said he is eyeing a top three finish in the high-profile tournament.

  • No evidence against Sardar Singh: Cops

    Ludhiana : The Special Investigation Team (SIT) formed by Ludhiana Police Commissioner Paramraj Singh Umranangal to probe the sexual harassment allegations against Sardar Singh has given a clean chit to the Indian hockey team skipper.

  • Doing well in Champions Trophy important: Sardar Singh

    Bengaluru: Ahead of the Champions Trophy, scheduled to begin on June 10 in London, India men’s hockey team captain Sardar Singh has said doing well against top sides in the competition will show where they stand in the lead-up to the Olympics. The event which will be held at the Lee Valley Olympic venue in London will see India lock horns with world champions Australia, defending Olympic Gold medallists Germany, Great Britain,

  • Azlan Shah, CT will serve as Olympic preparations: Sardar

    Bengaluru: With an eye on the Olympics, the India hockey team skipper Sardar Singh today said that the upcoming tournaments like Sultan Azlan Shah Cup and Champions Trophy will serve as important preparatory events in the run-up to the Rio Games. Sardar said while the immediate aim is to win a gold in Sultan Azlan Shah Cup at Ipoh from April 6-16, the larger goal is to come up with a medal-winning show in the Champions Trophy, to be played

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    Sardar Singh claims woman misused his social media accounts

    She took my passwords from my friends. She posted on her own that we are getting married. At that time (playing in Spain), I informed my coaches. My entire focus is on hockey. I will take legal action against her. Sardar Singh.

  • Sexual exploitation charge against Sardar Singh , SIT to probe

    Chandigarh : Punjab Police on Wednesday constituted a special investigation team (SIT) to look into allegations of “sexual exploitation” against national hockey captain Sardar Singh, levelled by a young British hockey player of Indian origin who was his live-in partner.

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    Sardar denies sexual harrasment charge

    New Delhi: Under-fire India hockey captain Sardar Singh today rubbished alleged sexual harrasment charges leveled against him by a British hockey player of Indian origin, saying even though he knew her they never got engaged as claimed by the woman.

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    Apologise for your misbehaviour and play in HIL, Sardar tells Pakistan

    New Delhi: India captain Sardar Singh on Thursday supported Hockey India’s (HI) stand of not allowing Pakistani players in the cash-rich Hockey India League (HIL) until and unless they apologise for their unruly behaviour during Champions Trophy in Bhubaneswar in December 2014.

  • India eye steady performance against Belgium in HWL semifinal

    Raipur: Inconsistency has been India’s bane for a long time and the biggest task for Sardar Singh and Co. would be to come up with a steady performance when they take on a dangerous Belgium in the semifinal of the Hockey World League (HWL) Final, here tomorrow.

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    India eye clean sweep against France in second Hockey Test

    New Delhi: The Indian men’s hockey team will be fully geared to take on hosts France in their second and last match of the series at Wattigies Sports Centre on Wednesday. The Sardar Singh-led team had earlier produced a perfect blend of aggression and defense under new coach Roelant Oltmans to claim a 2-0 win over France in their opening Test match at Le Touquet, thanks to Chinglensana Singh and SV Sunil

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    If coach is replaced, players face difficulty: admits Sardar

    New Delhi: Indian hockey captain Sardar Singh today conceded that constant changing of coaches is never easy to deal with but insisted that his team’s prospects in the upcoming foreign assignments and next year’s Olympics won’t be affected by the recent developments. Indian hockey has been going through turbulent times with Paul van Ass becoming the fourth foreign coach in recent times to be unceremoniously sacked following differences with the national federation.

  • Over and out for India

    Antwerp :  Hosts Belgium secured a thrilling 4-0 win over India in their Hockey World League (HWL) Semi-Final match at the Brasschaat Municipal Park here on Friday to book a place in the tournament final.

  • Eyeing top Spot in Hockey World League

    Antwerp :  India seek to top Pool A as they face world champions Australia in their last match before the quarter-finals of the 10-nation Hockey World League (HWL) Semi-Final at the Brasschaat Municipal Park here on Sunday.

  • No hard feelings between teams: Sardar Singh

    Antwerp (Belgium) :  Indian captain Sardar Singh said there are no hard feelings between the sub-continental rivals as Pakistan’s team management regretted the behaviour of its players during the on-field Champions Trophy victory celebrations that almost snapped the reciprocal hockey relations between the two countries.