Rio Olympics (Sports)

Chief Minister of western Gujarat state and main opposition Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi flashes the victory sign as he arrives at a public rally after his victory in Vadodara on May 16, 2014. India's triumphant Hindu nationalists declared "a new era" in the world's biggest democracy Friday after hardline leader Narendra Modi propelled them to the biggest win in 30 years on promises to revitalise the economy.  AFP PHOTO/INDRANIL MUKHERJEE        (Photo credit should read INDRANIL MUKHERJEE/AFP/Getty Images)

Modi wishes Indian contingent for Rio Paralympics

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday extended his best wishes to the athletes competing in the upcoming Paralympics Games ...Read More

Dipa Karmakar welcomes PM Modi’s Olympics task force

Dipa Karmakar welcomes PM Modi’s Olympics task force

Agartala: India’s gymnastics heroine Dipa Karmakar has welcomed Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s announcement of setting up a task force to...Read More

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133,000 tickets for Rio Paralympic Games sold in just 1 day

Rio de Janeiro: A staggering 133,000 tickets the for Rio Paralympic Games were sold on Tuesday, creating a new daily record for Olympic o...Read More

Rio Olympics inspired mural sets new Guinness World Record

Rio Olympics inspired mural sets new Guinness World Record

Rio de Janeiro: The Rio 2016 Summer Olympics, which concluded earlier this week with 65 new Olympic and 19 new world records in the sport...Read More

Grand welcome for wrestler Sakshi Malik in Haryana

Grand welcome for wrestler Sakshi Malik in Haryana

Bahadurgarh/New Delhi: Rio 2016 Olympics bronze medalist wrestler Sakshi Malik was accorded a grand welcome by people and the state gover...Read More

Rio Olympics 2016: A silver and a bronze are not enough

Rio Olympics 2016: A silver and a bronze are not enough

Minister of State for Youth Affairs and Sports Vijay Goel greeting the Indian Boxer Manoj Kumar after he defeated Petrauskas E. of Lithua...Read More

Rio 2016: “I could have died there”, said O P Jaisha

Rio 2016: “I could have died there”, said O P Jaisha

Athlete runs 42 km without a drop of water at designated Indian stalls

Wrestling body demands CBI probe into Narsingh doping fiasco

Wrestling body demands CBI probe into Narsingh doping fiasco

Rio de Janeiro: Wrestling Federation of India (WFI) President Brij Bhushan Sharan Singh on Sunday demanded a CBI probe into the “alleged ...Read More

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