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South Korea beat India in Women’s Asian Champions final

Donghae City (South Korea), May 20: South Korea pipped India 1-0 to lift the 5th Women’s Asian Champions Trophy at the Sunrise Stadium here on Sunday. The match saw South Korea keep a resolute defence and


Hockey India names Rajinder Singh as president

New Delhi, May 19: Hockey India on Saturday named Rajinder Singh as its president after Mariamma Koshy submitted her resignation from the post. Koshy, a former state-level striker, was appointed Hockey India chief in November 2016


India hold South Korea in women’s hockey tourney

Donghae City (South Korea), May 19: India held hosts South Korea to a 1-1 draw in a round robin match of the 5th Womens Asian Champions Trophy hockey tournament at the Sunrise Stadium here on Saturday.


Hockey eves face tough task against Koreans

Donghae City (South Korea), May 18: India will take on formidable South Korea in their last round robin match at the 5th Womens Asian Champions Trophy here on Saturday. Led by experienced defender Sunita Lakra, India


Hockey: India women beat Malaysia

Donghae City (South Korea), May 17: Defending Champions India registered their third consecutive victory at the fifth Women’s Asian Champions Trophy as they best Malaysia 3-2 in a closely-fought encounter at the Sunrise Stadium here on


Indian women’s hockey team beats China

Donghae City (South Korea), May 16: Defending Champions India continued their winning performance as they beat World No.8 China 3-1 in their second round-robin match at the fifth Women’s Asian Champions Trophy at the Sunrise Stadium


Hockey: Navneet’s hat-trick floors Japan in Asian Champions Trophy

Donghae City (South Korea), May 14: Young forward Navneet Kaur fired a hat-trick as India began their title defence at the Women’s Asian Champions Trophy hockey tournament in an emphatic fashion, registering a 4-1 crushing win


Ex-Pakistan hockey team captain Mansoor passes away

Karachi, May 13: Pakistans former star hockey goalkeeper and captain Mansoor Ahmed passed away at a city hospital due to heart failure on Saturday. He was 49. Mansoor, who played for the country from 1986 to


Indians aim for bright start at Women’s Asian Champions Trophy

Donghae City (South Korea), May 12: Dutch coach Sjoerd Marijne will hope to start his second stint with the Indian women’s hockey team on a positive note when the defending champions open their campaign against a


IOA chief bats for politicians leading National Sports Federations

New Delhi, May6: Despite the growing chorus of replacing politicians with sportspersons to lead the various National Sports Federations (NSF), Indian Olympic Association (IOA) President Narinder Batra on Saturday stirred a controversy by saying lawmakers at