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Pv Sindhu
Style  /  Published 12.08.21

Nail art game

No fashion show on earth can compete with the Olympics. Sinewy muscles, eight packs galore, lithe, lissome bodies glistening with the sweat of years of toil and practice, the world at its performing b...
By Anasuya Basu

Sports  /  Published 08.08.21

Meet India's medal achievers at Tokyo

One historic gold, two silver and three bronze medals. But there's more to India's Tokyo Olympics story. These past two weeks have chronicled the revival of Indian hockey and also gave Indian ...
By Our Bureau

Sports  /  Published 04.08.21

Sindhu targets World Championships

The feeling hasn't yet sunk in, said P V Sindhu on becoming the first Indian woman to claim two Olympic medals. But she has already figured the next sporting target for herself -- defending her wo...
By Our Bureau

Sports  /  Published 04.08.21

Sindhu arrives in New Delhi

Bronze medallist PV Sindhu on arrival at the New Delhi airport on Tuesday. The 26-year-old reigning world champion — the only Indian woman to win two Olympic medals — received a warm welc...
By PTI

Sports  /  Published 03.08.21

Sindhu returns, gets rousing welcome

Sindhu and her Korean coach Park Tae-sang were also felicitated by Singhania at the airport. "I am very happy and excited of course, every body congratulated me and I am thankful to BAI and ever...
By Our Bureau

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Sports  /  Published 03.08.21

Words that keep Sindhu focused

PV Sindhu’s South Korean coach Park Tae-Sang is not very conversant with Hindi, but the two words he has learnt helped his ward during her bronze-medal winning match in Tokyo on Sunday. “...
By Elora Sen in Calcutta

Sports  /  Published 01.08.21

Sensational Sindhu wins bronze for India

Star Indian shuttler PV Sindhu on Sunday became only the second Indian to win two Olympic medals, securing a bronze after a straight-game win over world no.9 He Bing Jiao of China in the women's s...
By Our Bureau

Sports  /  Published 01.08.21

Not her day, Sindhu eyes bronze

Reigning world champion PV Sindhu’s hopes of securing India’s first-ever Olympic gold in badminton were smashed on Saturday, as she slumped to a straight-game defeat against world No.1 Tai...
By Agencies in Tokyo

Sports  /  Published 31.07.21

Sindhu, Atanu out, Kamalpreet shines

It was a mixed day for the Indian contingent at the Tokyo Olympics 2020 as shuttler PV Sindhu, boxer Amit Pangal, archer Atanu Das all bid goodbye to the Games while discus thrower Kama...
By Our Bureau in Tokyo

Sports  /  Published 31.07.21

In semis, Sindhu faces ‘biggest foe’

Golf — Men’s Individual Round 3 (4am) Equestrian — Eventing dressage day 2, session 3 (5am) Athletics — Women’s discus throw, qualification group A (6am) Archery &md...
By PTI in Tokyo


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