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Sindhu and Jwala-Ashwini lose, settle for bronze

The Indian shuttlers lose their respective semi-finals to Chinese players

Sindhu, Jwala-Ashwini in Badminton Asia Championships semis

Gurusaidutt's journey ends on a disappointing note as he went down to China's Liu Kai

Sindhu, Jwala-Ashwini in Asian Championships quarters

Disappointment for Parupalli Kashyap who went down to Chinese Taipei's Hsu Jen Hao

Sindhu, Kashyap progress in Badminton Asia Championships

Sindhu, India's best bet at the continental event, beat Hong Kong's Cheung Ngan Yi

Sindhu, Kashyap win in Badminton Asia Championships

Indian shuttlers make winning starts to their respective campaigns at Gimcheon, South Korea

Sindhu leads India's charge at Asian Championships

P.V. Sindhu and Kidambi Srikanth will lead the Indian challenge at

Sindhu advances, Saina out of Singapore Open

P.V. Sindhu advanced to the women's singles second round, compatriot Saina yet again failed

Saina, Kashyap crash out of India Open

Though Saina fought well, she was no match for the World No.2 Yihan Wang of China

Sindhu out of India Open

P.V. Sindhu’s shot went into the net, giving World No.3 Chinese Shixian Wang the win

Saina is struggling for form: Rashid Sidek

Saina is still struggling with her form. She has to be completely fit and needs to work more

Struggling Jwala-Ashwini aim for improvement at India Open

The $250,000 India Open Super Series is to be held in New Delhi April 1-6

Saina drops to World No.8

Saina Nehwal dropping a place to No.8 in the latest BWF women's singles rankings

Sindhu in Round 2 of Swiss Open

Sindhu overcame Malaysian World No.127 Sannatasah Saniru 21-18, 21-15 in 32 minutes

Saina seeks third Swiss Open crown

After exiting the All England Open in the quarterfinals, top Indian shuttler Saina Nehwal

Saina seeded 6th at Swiss Open

The Olympic bronze medallist will try to regain the crown which she won in 2011 and 2012

India Open prize money increased to $250,000

It was the decision of the Badminton World Federation (BWF) to increase the prize money of

Saina ousted from All England

The Indian seventh seed lost to World No.3 Shixian 17-21, 10-21

Saina struggles to enter All-England quarter-finals

Saina Nehwal had to go the full distance of three games to overcome

Gujarat, Haryana record wins in National Basketball

Second consecutive win for Gujarat puts them in the driver's seat in Group F`

Ronjan Sodhi, Manavjit Sandhu launch Indian Shotgun Open

Over 300 contestants, Rs. 35 lakh on offer for the top 30 shooters across categories


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