New Delhi/IBNS: The Union ministry of culture Tuesday announced the e-auction of the historic fence of CA Bhavani Devi, the first Indian woman fencer to qualify for the Tokyo Olympics and win the first match.
Tokyo: India's Praveen Kumar clinched silver medal by jumping 2.07m in Men’s High Jump T64 event of the Tokyo Paralympics here on Friday.
Tokyo: India's Nishad Kumar jumped 2.06m in Men's High Jump T47 Final to earn a silver medal in the ongoing Tokyo Paralympics here on Sunday.
Chandigarh: Punjab School Education and PWD Minister Vijay Inder Singla on Sunday said that the state government has named the schools of the respective areas after Olympic medal winner hockey players.
Bengaluru/UNI: India’s first individual Olympics gold medallist Abhinav Bindra lauded the country’s performance at Tokyo Games, calling it the best ever while adding that the next Olympics in Paris will be tricky because athletes will only have three years for their preparations.
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.
Tokyo/UNI: After 16 days of breathtaking moments, the spectacular Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games drew to a close on Sunday amid all the extraordinary restrictions and challenges brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic.
New Delhi: Indian PM Narendra Modi on Sunday congratulated the Indian contingent for their hitherto best performance in the Tokyo Olympics where seven medals, including gold, were won.
Tokyo/UNI/Sputnik: President of the International Olympic Committee Thomas Bach has declared the 32rd Summer Olympic Games in Tokyo officially closed.
New Delhi/UNI: As the curtains come down on the XXXII Olympics at Tokyo 2020, India has several reasons to celebrate and look towards the future with hope.
Mumbai; India's iconic athletes Anju Bobby George and PT Usha wished Neeraj Chopra for winning the Tokyo Olympics gold medal in the track-and-field event on Saturday.
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: India's Neeraj Chopra roared in the pages of history as he threw 87.58 metres to clinch the first gold medal ever won by an Indian in the track-and-field event, making the country proud and giving moments of rejoice to a nation which will celebrate Independence Day in the next few days.