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ALIGARH: In this hockey World Cup season, a glass ceiling looks all set to be shattered at the Aligarh Muslim University. [Read More]
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Football News: Gianni Infantino reiterated that FIFA will decide in March whether the 2022 World Cup could be extended to include 48 teams but conceded it was not a... [Read More]
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Hockey News: Germany beat Malaysia 5-3 to maintain their all-win record and seal a direct quarterfinal spot, while Pakistan suffered a 1-5 defeat against the Nethe... [Read More]
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Hockey News: Olympic bronze medallist Germany defeated Malaysia 5-3 in a keenly-contested match to maintain their all-win record and seal a direct quarterfinal spo... [Read More]
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Lalit's brace, strike from Chinglensana, Amit and Harmanpreet help India beat Canada 5-1 to secure direct entry in q/f An impressive India thrashed Canada 5-1 to top Pool C and seal a direct berth in the quarterfinals of the men's hockey World Cup in front of a capacity crowd at the Kalinga... [Read More]
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Hockey News: It was interesting what India coach Harendra Singh christened the pool stage of the World Cup: a four-nation tournament. India won that 'tournament' o... [Read More]
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Host turns up for the party in the final quarter after failing to breakthrough for 45 minutes... [Read More]
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Hockey News: Almost flat until 45 minutes of play, India woke up with a roar to score four goals in the fourth quarter and make a slam-bang entry into the quarterf... [Read More]
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Olympic silver medallist Belgium thrashed South Africa 5-1 in their last Pool C match to remain in the hunt for a direct quarterfinal berth at the men's hockey World Cup here on Saturday. Alexander Hendrickx (14th, 22nd minutes) scored a brace while Simon Gougnard (18th), Loick Luypaert (30th) and... [Read More]
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Hockey News: In the celebrations of their 11-0 demolition of China, the Aussies may have fallen 2 goals shy of the biggest win in World Cup history; but what they... [Read More]
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Japan dominated the men's and women's team pursuit events on the opening day of the third World Cup meet of the season on Friday. The women's team of Miho... [Read More]
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Hockey News: The stress level in Pakistan camp eased a bit on Saturday morning when the FIH Appeal Jury lifted the one-match suspension on vice-captain Ammad Butt... [Read More]
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Hockey News: Mark and Paul Gleghorne are the epitome of hockey's sibling rivalry. Mark shifted allegiance to England in 2008 while Paul stayed loyal to his native... [Read More]
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Hockey News: India is hosting a World Cup in Bhubaneswar. The media box, VIP lounges of the Kalinga Stadium are cushy and galleries lined with fans even on days wh... [Read More]
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The Kookaburras have demolished China in the Hockey World Cup. [Read More]
The Indian Women's team had a very successful past twenty months. They reached the final of the 50-overs world cup in 2018 after 12 years. And now reaching the semifinals of the World T20 after 8 years beating the cricket best odds. Still, they are looking for a fourth coach in the same 20 mon... [Read More]
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Hockey News: After putting on brilliant performances against England and Ireland in their first two group matches at the World Cup, China were given a master class... [Read More]
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On a day when the freezing weather caused helmets and boots to crack and frostbite protection was crucial , New Zealand ski racer Piera Hudson has won the grand slalom Wanlong Ski Resort in China. [Read More]
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Hockey News: Australia accumulated nine points from three games and secured a direct entry into the quarterfinals while England finished second on four points and... [Read More]
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Hockey News: Australia finished their Pool B campaign with a dominating 11-0 win over a hapless China in the ongoing Men's Hockey World Cup at Kalinga Stadium on F... [Read More]
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