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Manufacturing success: Manpat made targets, now hits them

Saturday 21 December '13

The company that the brothers own, iFuture Systems, manufactures Elite Shooter.
Elizabeth Susan Koshy lords it at the Nationals, completes golden double

Thursday 19 December '13

Apart from making her mark at 50m ranges, Elizabeth has broken into the 10m air rifle team too.
Heena, choker no longer

Tuesday 12 November '13

Heena Sidhu winning her first ever individual gold medal is big news for Indian shooting.
Another Amit, another gold

Tuesday 23 April '13

Dhankhar on top in 66 kg category as India finish Asian C'ship with best-ever haul
Tackling defensive mindset

Monday 22 April '13

Amit Kumar, who won India the first gold medal at the Asian Championships held here, was warned by the referee for grabbing the wrist of his North Korean opponent Yang Kyong II
Geetika Jakhar bags bronze as India add four more to the tally

Monday 22 April '13

In her first competition post knee injury in 2010, Geetika Jakhar finishes on podium
Amit Kumar upsets North Korea's Yang Kyong II to win India's first gold

Sunday 21 April '13

20-year-old beats London bronze-medal-winner Yang Kyong II to win India's first gold
After insult, injury for Indian Greco-Roman contingent

Saturday 20 April '13

Rajbir Chikkara (74kg) and Harpreet Singh (84kg) both lost their bouts and after Bhim's loss later
‘We, not IOC, are to blame’

Saturday 20 April '13

FILA’s interim president Nenad Lalovic touched down in New Delhi on Friday as he flies across the globe to garner support for wrestling ahead
It's all Greek and Roman hosts

Friday 19 April '13

Disappointing start to India's campaign as Greco-Roman wrestlers fail to win medals
For wrestling giants, it’s no women, no cry

Thursday 18 April '13

Iran, considered one of wrestling’s super powers, has one quirk in its sporting resume. The country never makes a bid to host major events
India start on the mat

Thursday 18 April '13

With stars missing & last-minute injuries, hosts may struggle at Asian Wrestling Championship
Narang set to make big bore debut

Tuesday 16 April '13

Come Tuesday, and Olympic bronze medallist marksman Gagan Narang will push the envelope once more when he tests the water in big bore
BFI rushes to hold 3-a-side nationals

Thursday 4 April '13

So in a space of a week the federation is holding two back-to-back 3x3 national championships the first-ever senior Nationals to be held in New Delhi from 11-12 April and the U-18 championships in Lud...
Satpal foils Yashvir, again

Wednesday 3 April '13

Sushil Kumar’s father-in-law and long-time mentor Satpal Singh has once again blocked Yashvir Singh’s inclusion on the coaching panel for the national camp underway at SAI’s Sonepat centre.
IOA-IOC meeting likely to be postponed

Tuesday 12 March '13

The first meeting between the representatives of the suspended Indian Olympic Association (IOA) and the International Olympic Committee scheduled for later this month may not take place
With Asian Games in sight, Lim takes aim

Saturday 9 March '13

The collective demand of the players was to re-instate Lim Chae-Woon, the South Korean coach who had three previous stints with the team.
Rathore fails to gain numbers at NRAI

Tuesday 5 March '13

Athens Olympics silver-medal winning shooter Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore’s attempt to be in the reckoning for the upcoming elections
Wrestling chief made to resign

Sunday 17 February '13

In the aftermath of wrestling being removed from the list of core sports for the 2020 Games, FILA president Raphael Martinetti has tendered his resignation.


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