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India won their 3rd match against Argentina - Rio Olympics 2016

India Men’s Hockey Team made its 2nd win in Rio 2016 Olympics, India vs Argentina

India men’s hockey team defeated Argentina 2-1 in their third Pool B encounter at the Olympic Hockey Centre on Tuesday to climb third in the standings with two wins to their name. Manipur’s Chinglensana Kangujam scored the opening goal for India in the eighth minute and the lead was doubled in the third quarter by

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Equipped with improper jersey kit, this is another blow to the morals of the athletes

Indian hockey team will not participate in Rio Olympics march past

The Indian hockey team representing India at the Rio Olympics will not participate in the march-past because their jerseys are not ready. India’s hockey team which has garnered a total of 8 gold medals for the country was left hapless when they saw that more than 8 of their jerseys were misfit and were not

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Rio 2016 - Akashdeep Singh, Sardar Singh

Rio 2016: India Beat Spain 2-1 in Men’s Hockey Warm-Up

Akashdeep Singh and Rupinder Pal Singh scored as the Indian men’s hockey team defeated Spain 2-1 in a practice match ahead of the Olympic Games here. Incidentally, the Indians had lost two practice games to Spain in Madrid before coming here, but on Sunday evening they played at a good pace and the goals came

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India hockey team players at their apartment in Games Village

Hockey India players living in ‘Poorly Furnished’ apartments at the Olympic village in Rio de Janeiro

Indian Hockey team players, who are currently in  Rio de Janeiro, Brazil to participate in Rio Summer Olympics 2016, are living in a room with no facility for even sitting. Roelant Oltmans, coach of India hockey team, shared pictures of players sitting on bean bags in their apartment in Games Village. Oltamas lashed out at

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Sushila Chanu Pukhrambam will be leading the Indian women’s hockey team

Sushila Chanu Pukhrambam will be leading the Indian Women’s Hockey Team in Rio

Sushila Chanu Pukhrambam will be leading the Indian women’s hockey team when they make their comeback appearance at the Olympic stage after a hiatus of 36 years, next month at Rio de Janeiro in Brazil. Having just been handed the reins over from regular skipper Ritu Rani following a controversial exclusion of the latter from

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