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India: Krishna Poonia - who won bronze medals for India at the 2006 and 2010 Asian Games in discus – has been honoured in CNN’s Human to Hero series which “celebrates inspiration and achievement in sport.”
Poonia was selected for he...

New Delhi has been officially put forward as a candidate to replace Hanoi as host city of the 2019 Asian Games after the Indian Olympic Association (IOA) decided to back the bid. The decision followed a period of co...

Sochi: The Association of National Olympic Committees (ANOC) today offered its backing to the newly reinstated Indian Olympic Association (IOA), pledging to support its reintegration to the Olympic Movement and facilitate the full part...

Sochi, Russia: The Indian flag joined those of 87 other nations flying at the Sochi 2014 Olympic Winter Games on Sunday when it was hoisted during a team welcome ceremony for the recently reinstated Indian Olympic A...

The IOC Executive Board (EB) reinstated the National Olympic Committee (NOC) of India, the Indian Olympic Association, during an ad-hoc meeting in Sochi today. The EB took this decision following a report about the IOA’s General Assemb...

Sochi, Russia: The whole of Asia is happy to welcome back the National Olympic Committee of India into the Olympic movement, according to one prominent official of a fellow Asian NOC. Tajikistan’s Chef de Mission here at the Sochi Wint...

Lausanne, Switzerland: The Executive Board (EB) of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) today began two days of meetings covering a range of topics, from National Olympic Committee (NOC) relations to progress...

New Delhi, India: A FIFA delegation headed by Secretary General Jérôme Valcke concluded a four-day mission in India on Friday. As a result, football's world governing body will increase its support to strengthen t...

London, England: India’s big hope for gold in women’s boxing, Mery Kom Chungneijang Hmangte, had to settle for a bronze medal at the ExCeL Centre on Wednesday. The five-time world champion was beaten 11-6 by Great Britain’s Nicola Adam...

London, England: India took their medal tally to three for London 2012 with a bronze for badminton queen Saina Nehwal when her Chinese opponent, Wang Xin, retired injured during their play-off at Wembley Arena on Saturday. Wang was lea...

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