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Indian Women’s team defeats Australia, Enters Semi- Finals-India in olympics

Indian Women’s team defeats Australia, Enters Semi- Finals-India in olympics The Indian women’s hockey team made history today by reaching

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PV Sindhu wins second Olympic medal: Tokyo 2020-India in olympics

PV Sindhu wins second Olympic medal: Tokyo 2020-India in olympics PV Sindhu has become the first Indian woman athlete to win two individual Olympic medals on Sunday, defeating China’s He Bing Jiao to take bronze in Tokyo. She had earned a silver medal in the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro. Sindhu overpowered her opponent and won the match 21-13, 21-15. Sindhu, who had lost the women’s singles semi-final against Tai Tzu-Ying of Chinese Taipei 18-21, 12-21, dominated the match from the start. Tokyo Olympics: Kamalpreet Kaur storms into

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‘Mental harassment…: Mary Kom explains what happened before last bout at Tokyo 2020-India In Olympics

‘Mental harassment…: Mary Kom explains what happened before last bout at Tokyo 2020-India In Olympics Despite the fact that her Olympic career is nearing to a close, Mary Kom has no intentions to retire. At the Tokyo Olympics 2020, the veteran suffered a surprise loss at the hands of Colombia’s Ingrit Valencia. When asked about her loss in Tokyo 2020, Mary said that the decision was influenced. The six-time world champion also questioned the sudden change in ring attire before to the fight with Valencia. “I won the first two rounds (of the Round of 16 match), so how can I lose the match?” asked Mary Kom.

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Asian Champion Pooja Rani loses in quarters, misses Olympic medal-India In Olympics

Asian Champion Pooja Rani loses in quarters, misses Olympic medal-India In Olympics Boxer Pooja Rani (75kg) was beaten by China’s Li Qian on Saturday, forcing the Indian to exit from the current Tokyo Olympics. Li Qian won the fight with a score of 5-0. China’s Li Qian received a perfect score from all five judges, while Pooja received a nine. Pooja was defeated in the first round by the Chinese fighter, who won 5-0. India’s first victory in

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Tokyo 2020: PV Sindhu’s Bid For Olympic Gold Ends In Semi-final Defeat To Tai Tzu Ying- India In Olympics

Tokyo 2020: PV Sindhu’s Bid For Olympic Gold Ends In Semi-final Defeat To Tai Tzu Ying- India In Olympics On Saturday evening, Indian shuttler PV Sindhu lost to World No. 1 Tai Tzu-Ying in the women’s singles quarterfinals at the Tokyo Olympics.

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Tokyo Olympics: Kamalpreet Kaur storms into women’s discus throw final-India In Olympics

Tokyo Olympics: Kamalpreet Kaur storms into women’s discus throw final-India In Olympics Kamalpreet Kaur, an Indian discus thrower making her

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PV Sindhu enters second Olympic semi-final- India In Olympics- Tokyo 2020 Highlights

PV Sindhu enters second Olympic semi-final- India In Olympics- Tokyo 2020 Highlights PV Sindhu, the reigning badminton world champion, progressed to the women’s singles semi-finals at the Tokyo Olympics with a straight-game win against Japan’s Akane Yamaguchi on Friday. She beat the fourth seed by a scoreline of 21-13, 22-20 in a tight 56-minute encounter. Sindhu dominated the first game, but Yamaguchi came back spectacularly in the second and was defending for the game with a two-point lead at one point. However, the 26-year old Indian shuttler maintained his composure and rebounded in the second game. PV Sindhu has taken another stride in delivering her country another medal. Tokyo Olympics:

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Tokyo Olympics: Boxer Lovlina Borgohain Reaches Semis, Confirms 2nd Medal For India- India In Olympics

Tokyo Olympics: Boxer Lovlina Borgohain Reaches Semis, Confirms 2nd Medal For India- India In Olympics Lovlina Borgohain, a 23-year-old Assam fighter, has qualified for the semifinals, ensuring India a boxing medal.  Debutant Lovlina Borgohain (69kg) ensured India’s first Olympic boxing medal when she beat former world champion Nien-Chin Chen of Chinese Taipei to go to the quarterfinals in Tokyo on Friday. Also watch, Boxer

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Tokyo Olympics 2020: Archer Deepika Kumari Reaches Quarterfinals-India In Olympics

Tokyo Olympics 2020: Archer Deepika Kumari Reaches Quarterfinals-India In Olympics Deepika Kumari, India’s only competitor in women’s archery, advanced to the quarterfinals of the women’s solo event on Friday, keeping her Olympic medal dreams alive. Deepika beat Russian Olympic Committee archer Ksenia Perova 6-5 in a one-arrow shoot-off.  Both archers tied 5-5 on set points in their Round of 16 match at Yumenoshima Park Archery Field.  She will now face world No. 1 An San of South Korea in her next round. Indian Men’s Hockey Team beats Argentina

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Indian Men’s Hockey Team beats Argentina 3-1 to reach Tokyo Olympics Quarter-Finals-India in Olympics

Indian Men’s Hockey Team beats Argentina 3-1 to reach Tokyo Olympics Quarter-Finals-India in Olympics In men’s hockey round play, India beat Argentina 3-1 to go to the quarterfinals. On Thursday, India beat Argentina 3-1 in a Group A preliminary league match at the Tokyo Olympics, scoring twice in the last two minutes. India has clinched a spot in the quarterfinals despite the fact that the last Group match against Japan is yet to be played. PV Sindhu beats

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PV Sindhu beats Mia Blichfeldt in Tokyo Olympic, enters quarter-finals-India in olympics

PV Sindhu beats Mia Blichfeldt in Tokyo Olympic, enters quarter-finals-India in olympics PV Sindhu of India advanced to the quarterfinals of the Tokyo Olympics after beating Denmark’s Mia Blichfeldt in the women’s singles on Thursday. In a 41-minute match, PV Sindhu beat Mia Blichfeldt 21-15 21-13. PV Sindhu is expected to compete against Akane Yamaguchi of Japan and Kim Gaeun of Korea. On Wednesday, Sindhu beat Hong Kong’s world number 34, NY Cheung. PV Sindhu is well-known after winning a silver medal at the 2016 Rio Olympics. Sindhu is now India’s lone chance after Sai Praneet lost the first match of his Olympic debut. Boxer Satish

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Boxer Satish Kumar storms into Quarter-finals at Tokyo 2020 Olympics-India in olympics

Boxer Satish Kumar storms into Quarter-finals at Tokyo 2020 Olympics-India in olympics Day 6 of the Tokyo Olympics has started well for Team India, with badminton ace PV Sindhu and archer Atanu Das having won their respective games. They have made progress to the next round. Now, Indian boxer Satish Kumar has managed to enter the quarter-finals of the men’s +91 kg super heavyweight category. He has conquered over Jamaica’s Ricardo Brown.

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Mary Kom bows out of the Tokyo Olympics; bids farewell to Olympics- India in Olympics

Mary Kom bows out of the Tokyo Olympics; bids farewell to Olympics- India in Olympics Mary Kom’s Olympic journey has come to an end in Tokyo.  At a women’s flyweight bout in the pre-quarterfinals, six-time world champion Mary Kom was upset by Colombia’s player.  With this, India’s hopes of winning a boxing medal have been shattered. Boxing great Mary Kom was knocked out of the Tokyo Olympics after a 3-2 defeat against Colombian Ingrit Victoria Valencia.  Mary Kom and Ingrit Valencia are both the first female boxers from their nations to win an Olympic medal. 

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Virat Kohli trolled for praising Indian athletes in Olympics who studied in LPU

Virat Kohli trolled for praising Indian athletes in Olympics who studied in LPU Team India captain Virat Kohli announced on Instagram that 10% of the Indian athletes competing in the current Tokyo Olympics are from Lovely Professional University (LPU) in Punjab. Kohli also expressed optimism that LPU will send students to the Indian cricket squad. The post, however, did not go out well for the fans. Many first believed it was from a meme webpage until they saw it was from Virat Kohli’s verified statement. Anushka and Virat Kohli

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Tokyo Olympics: Archer Pravin Jadhav beats world No. 2 Galsan Bazarchapov-India in Olympics

Tokyo Olympics: Archer Pravin Jadhav beats world No. 2 Galsan Bazarchapov-India in Olympics Pravin Jadhav, an Indian archer, is doing well in the Tokyo Olympics. On Wednesday, he progressed to the last-32 of the men’s solo archery competition in Tokyo with a 6-0 win against World No.2 Russian Galsan Bazarchapov. Bazarchapov, competed under the ROC flag, had just two tens in nine arrows, including a seven in the first set. Jadhav, on the other hand, shot four 10s out of nine arrows, demonstrating consistency in his approach. Pravin Jadhav will face World No. 1 Brady Ellison of the United States in the round of 32. Tokyo Olympics: Indian

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Deepika Kumari advances to pre-quarters| Archery- India In Olympics-Tokyo 2020 Highlights

Deepika Kumari advances to pre-quarters| Archery- India In Olympics-Tokyo 2020 Highlights No. 1 in the world Deepika Kumari of India won two consecutive matches to progress to the round of 16 in women’s individual longbow archery. After defeating Bhutan’s Karma 6-0, she defeated Jennifer Mucino-Fernandez of the United States 6-4. The Tokyo 2020 Olympic Summer Games have been taking place in Japan from July 23 to August 8, 2021. Tokyo Olympics

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Tokyo Olympics 2020: Boxer Pooja Rani beats Algeria’s Ichrak Chaib to enter quarter-finals-India in Olympics

Tokyo Olympics 2020: Boxer Pooja Rani beats Algeria’s Ichrak Chaib to enter quarter-finals-India in Olympics Pooja Rani (75kg), a two-time Asian champion, outpunched Algeria’s Ichrak Chaib in her first fight to go to the quarter-finals of her first Olympic Games in Tokyo on Wednesday. The Haryana-born boxer dominated with her right straights and benefited greatly from Chaib’s lack of balance in the ring. All three rounds were a tale of Rani’s dominance, as Chaib, who was also competing in her first Olympics, couldn’t find a way to connect cleanly. PV

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PV Sindhu beats Cheung to cruise to Tokyo Olympics badminton knockouts-India in olympics

PV Sindhu beats Cheung to cruise to Tokyo Olympics badminton knockouts-India in olympics PV Sindhu easily defeated her Hong Kong rival Cheung Ngan Yi, winning 21-9, 21-16 to advance to the knockout rounds. Sindhu won her group after to her second victory in the group stages and will most likely play Denmark’s Mia Blichfeldt. The 26-year-old Indian advanced to the pre-quarterfinals of the women’s singles badminton. It took place at the Tokyo Olympics after beating Hong Kong’s NY Cheung in a Group encounter on Wednesday.

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Tokyo Olympics: Indian boxer Lovlina reaches quarterfinals of women’s welter Boxing event-India in Olympics

Tokyo Olympics: Indian boxer Lovlina reaches quarterfinals of women’s welter Boxing event-India in Olympics In her maiden Olympic appearance, Lovlina Borgohain (69kg) of India advanced to the Olympic quarterfinals. She has defeated German veteran Nadine Apetz in a close last-16 stage bout in Tokyo on Tuesday. Borgohain mostly used her left hooks to maintain the thin edge. Both boxers were making their Games debuts, with the Indian becoming the first of her nine-member team to get to the quarterfinals. The 23-year-old Assamese native won all three rounds on split points.

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Tokyo Olympics silver medal winner Mirabai Chanu returns to India amid rousing welcome-India in Olympics

Tokyo Olympics silver medal winner Mirabai Chana returns to India amid rousing welcome-India in Olympics Mirabai Chanu, an Olympic silver medalist, has returned to the country after her success in Tokyo 2020. Chanu’s outstanding performance in the women’s 49kg category event at the Tokyo Olympics broke India’s 21-year wait for a Summer Games weightlifting medal. Employees at Indira Gandhi International Airport welcomed her enthusiastically, chanting Bharat Mata ki Jai and Vande Mataram for the 26-year-old athlete. She also had to take the required covid-19 exam. The top weightlifter lifted 202 kgs to win silver, earning India its first medal at the Tokyo Olympics 2020.

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Tokyo Olympics 2020: Bhavani Devi Scripts History-India in olympics

Tokyo Olympics 2020: Bhavani Devi Scripts History-India in olympics CA Bhavani Devi made Olympic history on Monday, defeating Tunisia’s Nadia Ben Azizi 15-3 to go to the Individual Sabre Round of 32. At 7:40 a.m., she will play French M. Brunet in the following match (IST) Indian rowers Arjun Jat and Arvind Singh reach historic

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Sharath Kamal wins a thriller in Table Tennis- Tokyo 2020-India in olympics

Sharath Kamal wins a thriller in Table Tennis- Tokyo 2020-India in olympics Sharath, 39, struggled in the opening game but recovered in time to defeat Portugal’s Tiago Apolonia in the 49-minute second-round match. On Tuesday, July 27, Sharath Kamal will play reigning champion Ma Long in the third round. 25th July, Daily Highlights- Tokyo 2020

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