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Anju Bobby George Becomes 1st Indian To Win World Athletics' Woman Of Year Award

Dec 02, 2021 PTI

Anju Bobby, the only Indian to have won a medal in the World Championships with a long jump bronze in the 2003 edition, was named for the award in the world body's annual awards night held virtually on Wednesday.

Can Sprinter Dutee Chand Ever Win An Olympic Medal? Anju Bobby George Talks About Her Chances

Sep 18, 2021 Koushik Paul

She may be one of the fastest in India but Dutee Chand has never impressed at the Olympic level. Is it stage fright or just average performance?


Shaili Singh Can Break My Long Jump Record: Anju Bobby George On U-20 World Athletics Silver Medallist

Robert on Sunday said that her wife Anju's national record of 6.83m set during the 2004 Athens Olympics will be bettered by Shaili within three years

Achieved Success With Single Kidney: Anju Bobby George Makes Stunning Revelation

Dec 07, 2020 PTI

Anju Bobby George is India's first and only World Champion in Athletics IAAF World Athletics Final


Adille Sumariwalla Set To Become AFI Chief For Third Time, Anju Bobby George To Be Senior VP

Sumariwalla and Anju were the only candidates who filed their nomination papers for their respective posts

21 April, 2020

Namaste India, Stay Home, Be Safe From Coronavirus: Top Stars Make Unique Appeal - Watch Outlook Initiative

Outlook Web Bureau

From Mary Kom to Jeje, Virender Sehwag to Pullela Gopichand, leading sports celebrities urge Indians to resolutely fight the COVID-19


20 May, 2007

'Injury Days Are Over'

Tushar Bhaduri

'I'm in full swing training and focused now. This year, the focus is on power build-up and few corrections in technique.'


11 September, 2005

'I Am Aiming For Victory'

Tushar Bhaduri

Having proved herself at the Asian and Commonwealth level, the lanky Keralite is eyeing glory at the world stage.


25 May, 2004

'Nothing But Gold Will Do'

'I am not going to compromise on winning the gold medal and am determined to hear our National Anthem being played and the Tricolour being raised in Athens.' Updates


16 September, 2003

'We Can Do It Too'

The World Championship bronze medallist says given top-class exposure and infrastructure, Indian athletes have the calibre to make it big at the world level Updates


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Chairperson of Public Accounts Committee (PAC) Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury addresses the conference to mark centennial year celebration of PAC, in the Central Hall of Parliament House, in New Delhi. Lok Sabha Speaker Om...

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Expelled AIADMK leader VK Sasikala pays tribute to J Jayalalithaa on her fifth death anniversary, near Marina Beach, in Chennai.

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Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla delivers valedictory address during the conference to mark centennial year celebration of Public Accounts Committee (PAC), in the Central Hall of Parliament House, in New Delhi.

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A black flag being hoisted at the venue of Hornbill festival in solidarity with the civilians, killed in an anti-insurgency operation, in Kisama, Nagaland.

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