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PV Sindhu
Andhra Govt Announces Rs 30L Cash Reward To Sindhu

Andhra Pradesh government announced a cash incentive of Rs 30 lakh to badminton superstar P.V. Sindhu her bronze medal winning feat in Tokyo Olympics

New NEP Major Factor In Mahayagna Of Nation Building: PM Modi
Wins & Losses Are Part Of Life: PM Modi On Indian Hockey Team's Semi-Final Defeat In Olympics

The Indians still have a chance to secure an elusive medal from the Olympics as they will feature in the bronze medal match on Thursday.

Ind Vs BEL
Gold Dream Shattered: India Battered By Belgium, Still In Hunt For Bronze

Indian men's hockey team goes down 2-5 to Belgium in Olympic Games semifinals, to compete for bronze medal now.

PV Sindhu
I Was Blank For Few Seconds, Didn't Know What To Do: Sindhu On Second Olympic Medal

Sindhu etched her name among the all-time greats after winning badminton's women's singles bronze medal to add to the silver she won at Rio de Janeiro five years back

India Beats Australia
India Rejoices As Women's Hockey Team Makes Maiden Entry Into Olympic Semifinals

A day after the Indian men's team entered the Olympic semifinals following a 49-year gap, the world no. 9 women's side also produced a phenomenally gritty performance against the world no 2 Australia in an intense quarterfinals here.

Indian Women's Hockey Team
Chak De In Tokyo: Greetings Flood After Indian Eves Seal Historic Semi Berth

Praises poured in from several quarters after the Indian women's hockey team made history by storming into the semifinals of Tokyo Olympics

Women's Hockey: India Beat Australia
Brave Indian Women Create History, Enter Olympic Hockey Semifinal For First Time

The Indian women's hockey team made history on Monday as it stormed into the semifinals of the Olympic Games hockey tournament for the first time.

Dutee Chand
Heartbreak Again: Dutee Chand Fails To Qualify For Women's 200M Semifinals In Tokyo Olympics 

Dutee finished with her season's best timing of 23.85 seconds, but it was not good enough to qualify her for the semifinals as she finished a distant seventh.

Tokyo Olympics: Indian Men Hockey Team Beats Great Britain, Enters Semifinals After 49 Years
Tokyo Olympics: Indian Men Hockey Team Beats Great Britain, Enters Semifinals After 49 Years

Even though India's last of the eight Olympic gold medals came way back in 1980 Moscow Games, there were no semifinals in that edition as only six teams participated in the event.

Tokyo Olympics: Glittering Medals Made From Discarded Electronic Devices Show The New Path
Tokyo Olympics: Glittering Medals Made From Discarded Electronic Devices Show The New Path

While the concept of making medals from discarded laptops, mobile phones and other electronic commodities is not new, the Japanese took it to an altogether different level,

Tokyo Olympics: PV Sindhu Beats China's He Bingjao To Win Bronze In Women's Singles
Tokyo Olympics: PV Sindhu Beats China's He Bingjao To Win Bronze In Women's Singles

It is Sindhu's second medal at the Olympics after she won a silver medal at the 2016 Rio Olympics. She also becomes the first Indian woman to win two Olympic medals.

Tokyo Olympics: American Schauffele Wins Golf Gold; Anirban Lahiri Ends Tied-42nd
Tokyo Olympics: American Schauffele Wins Golf Gold; Anirban Lahiri Ends Tied-42nd

Heading into the final round on a tied-28th position, Lahiri carded a one-over 72 in the final round to slip further to the tied-42nd spot with a total score of five-under 279 (67, 72, 68, 72).

Tokyo Olympics: Indian Women Hockey Team Qualifies For Quarter-Finals After 41 Years
Tokyo Olympics: Indian Women Hockey Team Qualifies For Quarter-Finals After 41 Years

Indian women team's best finish at the Olympics was in Moscow back in 1980 when they reached the semi-finals but ended fourth.

Tokyo Olympics: PV Sindhu Loses To Tai Tzu In Semifinals, To Fight For Bronze Now
Tokyo Olympics: PV Sindhu Loses To Tai Tzu In Semifinals, To Fight For Bronze Now

This is Sindhu's 14th loss to the Taiwanese second seed in 19 meetings, having also lost to her in the last three face-offs.

Anjum Moudgil and Tejaswini Sawant
Tokyo Olympics: Anjum And Tejaswini Fail To Reach 50m Rifle 3 Positions Final

Anjum finished 15th with a score of 1167 and 54 Xs while Tejaswini was placed 33rd with a score of 1154 and 50 Xs.

Women's Hockey: India defeats South Africa to stay alive in Olympics
Olympics: India Women's Hockey Team Beat South Africa, Keep QF Hopes Alive

India earned a penalty corner early in the second quarter and tried a variation and Vandana was there to deflect the ball home off a rebound to make it 2-1 for India.

Kamalpreet Kaur
Impressive Kamalpreet Finishes 2nd In Discus Qualification To Make Finals, Punia Out

The Punjab athlete, Kamalpreet has been in impressive form this year as she breached the 65m mark twice recently.

Amit Panghal
Shocking Loss To Colombian Martinez Ends Amit Panghal's Olympic Campaign

Despite this loss, the 25-year-old Panghal remains one of best-performing Indian boxers in recent times.

Atanu Das
Atanu Das Loses To Furukawa In Pre-Quarters, Indian Archery Campaign Ends Without Medal

Das shot twice in the red-circle (8-8) in his last two arrows of the opening set to lose by two points (25-27).

President Thomas Bach
Only 0.02 Percent Tested Covid+ Within Olympic Community: Bach

COVID-19 infections totalled 3,300 in Tokyo on Friday, after hitting a record 3,865 a day earlier.

PV Sindhu
PV Sindhu Enters Semifinals At Tokyo Olympics

Sindhu will next face the winner of the other quarterfinal between Thailand's Ratchanok Inthanon and Chinese Taipei's Tai Tzu Ying.

Hockey
Navneet's Late Strike Helps India Beat Ireland 1-0 To Keep Olympic Hopes Alive

India will now need to win their final Pool A match against South Africa on Saturday and hope Ireland loses to Great Britain to seal their quarterfinal berth.

Lovlina Assures Another Olympic Medal
Lovlina Assures India Of First Boxing Medal At Tokyo Olympics

The 23-year-old Assam boxer will square off against reigning world champion Busenaz Surmeneli of Turkey, who hammered Anna Lysenko in her quarterfinal bout.

Deepika Kumari
Deepika Kumari Seals Last-Eight Berth, Ousts Former World Champion Russian Perova

For the three-time Olympian Deepika, this was her first win from three matches against the 2017 world champion as she became the first Indian to make the last-eight in an individual event of the Olympics.

dutee1
Tokyo Olympics: All Eyes On Dutee As India Set To Kick Off Athletics Campaign

A week on, and India's performance in the Tokyo Olympics has been rather dismal with just a single silver medal to her name all thanks to weightlifter Mirabai Chanu.