Jamshedpur/IBNS: In a warm gesture to the athletes, who narrowly missed a medal in the recently-concluded Olympic Games at Tokyo, Tata Motors has announced that it will gift each of them an Altroz hatchback.
New Delhi, Aug 14 (UNI) President Ram Nath Kovind on Saturday lauded the performance of Indian players at the Olympics, especially the women players.
New Delhi/IBNS: Defence Minister Rajnath Singh congratulated Neeraj Chopra for his javelin gold in Tokyo Olympics with a picture of the athlete in his army uniform.
Tokyo/IBNS/UNI: "It feels unbelievable," India's Neeraj Chopra reacted for the first time after winning a historic gold medal in the men's javelin throw event at the Tokyo Olympics.
Tokyo/IBNS: Indian wrestler Ravi Kumar Dahiya on Thursday won an Olympic silver medal after losing to Russian two-time defending world champion Zavur Uguev in 57 kg bout.
Tokyo/UNI: World No 1 Vinesh Phogat's hopes of competing in repechage round dashed away after Vanesa Kaladzinskaya of Belarus lost to her Chinese opponent Pant Qianyu in the semi-final of women's freestyle wrestling 53kg here on Thursday.
Imphal/UNI: People of Manipur celebrated the Indian men’s hockey team's bronze medal victory in the Tokyo Olympics, ending 41-year medal drought for India in the sport at the Olympics.
Tokyo/IBNS: Deepak Punia lost to USA's DM Taylor Iii in men's freestyle wrestling in the 86kg category.
Tokyo/IBNS: India's Ravi Kumar Dahiya stormed into the finals of 57 kg men's freestyle wrestling defeating Nurislam Sanayev of Kazakhstan by fall in a dramatic semi-final.
Tokyo/IBNS: Indian women's hockey team entered the quarter finals for the first time and Kamalprees Kaur stormed into the finals of the women's discus throw, while all other Indian competitors either lost their matches or failed to qualify for the finals in another dismal show for India on the ninth day of Olympic games on Saturday.
Tokyo/IBNS: India's star shuttler PV Sindhu advanced into the semi-finals of badminton women's singles at the Tokyo Olympics beating Japan's A. Yamaguchi 21-13, 22-20.
Tokyo/IBNS: India's Boxing medal hope in Women's Fly Weight Category crashed out of Tokyo Olympics after losing to Columbia's Ingrit Lorena Victoria Valencia on Thursday.
Tokyo/IBNS: Indian women athletes shined again as shuttler P V Sindhu, boxer Pooja Rani and archer Deepika Kumari won their matches to enter the next round of their respective events at the Olympic games on Wednesday.
Tokyo/IBNS: Archer Deepika Kumari defeated J. Mucino-Fernandez of United States 6-4 in 1/16 Eliminations in a close contest at Tokyo's Yumenoshima Park Archery Field.
Tokyo/IBNS: India's Pooja Rani showed complete domination over Algeria's Chaib Ichrak in Women's 69-75 kg category Boxing at Kokugikan Arena here to reach round of 8.