Tokyo Olympics 2021 Live Updates: Hot favourite Bajrang Punia lost his semifinal match 5-12 against Haji Aliyev of Azerbaijan in men’s freestyle 65kg.

Bajrang Punia loses his semifinal 5-12 vs Azerbaijan’s Haji Aliev in men’s freestyle 65kg category. The world no.2 Bajrang will fight for the Bronze medal in Tokyo 2020 on Saturday.

Hearty Congratulations: India’s bright medal contender Neeraj Chopra qualified for the final of the javelin throw event at the Olympic Games with a Superb first attempt of 86.65m.

Optimism is a quality that is never lacking in Indian athletics. India’s bright medal contender Neeraj Chopra kept India’s hopes of an elusive Olympic medal from track and field events alive in his FIRST-EVER #Olympics was recorded as the highest in men’s Group A,

Silent hero of Indian wrestling: Virender Singh Becomes first from his community of deaf and mute athletes to achieve this feat!

Virender Singh has not been gifted with a voice, but his exploits on the wrestling mat have created sounds which can be heard across the seven seas.

Remembering and paying homage dynamic leader on Sushma Swaraj’s First Death Anniversary Today!

BJP stalwart who notched up several firsts in a political career spanning four decades, at the age of 67 after a cardiac arrest on August 6, 2019.

Reading Shiv Khera’s book ‘You Can Win’ and meditation helped Neeraj Chopra during tough 16-month rehabilitation period times!

After long injury lay-off, star javelin thrower Neeraj Chopra comes up with a 87.86m effort to qualify for Tokyo Olympics.

Young shooting sensation, Manu Bhaker scripted history at 2019 ISSF World Cup

The 17-year-old shot a junior world record score of 244.7 to top the podium in a tough field at season-ending ISSF World Cup final.

Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar Gave Shape To The Council Of Ministers

Former Indian hockey captain Sandeep Singh has been named as the sports minister of Haryana

Shafali Verma Creates History And Gives Remarkable Lift To Women’s Cricket In Haryana!

Recently veteran Mithali Raj retired from T20I cricket to concentrate on the ODI format and will continue to represent Inidian Women Cricket until the World Cup of 2021. Mithali has gone to play 89 T20Is in which she has scored 2364 runs at an average of 37.52 including 17 half-centuries. She has also represented theContinue reading “Shafali Verma Creates History And Gives Remarkable Lift To Women’s Cricket In Haryana!”