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Billiards and snooker are not expensive compared to other sports: Pankaj Advani

Billiards and snooker player Pankaj Adavani, who had participated in the Bengal Premier League last month, spoke to the media on the sidelines of his matches in Kolkata. India Blooms correspondent Souvik Ghosh brings excerpts

During pandemic my hunger to win only enhanced: India's No 1 cueist Pankaj Advani

IBNS catches up with ace cueist Pankaj Advani to retrace his steps in the world of cue sports and understand his outlook to covid induced challenges in that domain.

Dharminder Lilly crashes out in league stage of Kolkata Open National Invitation Snooker

Kolkata, Jan 7 (IBNS): Pankaj Advani, Aditya Mehta, Sourav Kothari, Brijesh Damani, Manan Chandra, Alok Kumar, Faisal Khan, Siddharth Parikh, Laxman Rawat, Lucky Vatnani and Kamal Chawla have qualified for the knockout stage of the 3rd Kolkata Open National Invitation Snooker Championship 2017 organised by the West Bengal Billiards Association at the Bengal Rowing Club.

Top cueists for Kolkata Open National Snooker

Kolkata, Jan 2 (IBNS): Sixteen-time world champion in cuesports Pankaj Advani leads a star-studded lineup at the 3rd Kolkata Open National Invitation Snooker Championship 2017 organised by the West Bengal Billiards Association which will be held from Jan 3 to 8 at the Bengal Rowing Club.

Nitesh Madan upsets Aditya Mehta

Kolkata, Jan 3 (IBNS) : Nitesh Madan of Railways Sports Promotion Board handed a shock defeat to Aditya Mehta, India’s only professional Snooker player in the main draw of National 6-Red Snooker Championship to win the game 4-3 at the Bengal Rowing Club on Sunday.