Some of the biggest names in Indian sports will be in action today at Commonwealth Games 2022. Here's your guide to CWG 2022, Day 8.
Sanket Mahadev Sargar, Gururaja Poojary, Saikhom Mirabai Chanu and Bindyarani Sorokhaibam made a memorable day for India at Commonwealth Games 2022 on Saturday. Catch Day 2 highlights.
India women's cricket team lost from a winning position but hockey eves and mixed badminton teams have it easy. Shiva Thapa also won.
So far, India has won 18 medals – 5 gold, 6 silver and 7 bronze – and can add more on Day 7. Get details of August 4 live action at CWG 2022.
Catch Day 1 highlights of Commonwealth Games 2022. Indian table tennis, badminton and women's hockey teams made winning starts.
The Indian women’s table tennis team defeated South Africa 3-0 in their opening Group 2 tie. India will take on Fiji in the second group game later on the day.
The controversy occurred after men’s team coach S Raman sat on the courtside instead of Anindita Chakraborty during India women’s team’s quarterfinal loss against Malaysia.
India have won a total of 503 Commonwealth Games medals, including 181 gold, 173 silver and 149 bronze. They currently stand fourth behind Australia, England and Canada in the all-time medal table. Here are some of our top...
Sports Psychologist Gayatri Vartak was initially included in the initial India’s TT squad but didn’t not make it to the final contingent.
Archana Kamath was initially picked in the Indian team for the Commonwealth Games 2022 in Birmingham. But was suddenly dropped after CoA took charge of TTFI.
The ITTF has extended the validity of all points gained during 2021 senior events to at least till January 2023.
G Sathiyan and Manika Batra lost to top-seeded Chinese Taipei pair of Lin Yun-Ju and Cheng I-Ching in the mixed doubles final.
G Sathiyan defeated 140th ranked Peng Yew En Koen of Chinese Taipei. He will be up against South Korean Lim Jonghoon in his men’s singles Round of 32 tie.
After the Delhi High Court suspended the Table Tennis Federation of India for running ‘sorry state of affairs’, the Committee of Administrators headed by...
Following Manika Batra's allegation against the national coach, she was left out of the Indian contingent for the ATTC 2021.
Star Indian table tennis player Manika Batra had moved to court last year alleging that the national coach Soumyadeep Roy ‘pressurised’ her to ‘throw...
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