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  • 20-Nov-2017
  • Grigor Dmitrov wins ATP Title 2017

    Grigor Dmitrov wins ATP singles title held at London.The player defeated Belgium's David Goffin .

  • Women's Youth Boxing Championship starts at Guwahati 

    Women's Youth World Boxing Championship begins in Guwahati.It will be held from November 19th - 26th,2017.

  • 19-Nov-2017
  • Yuki Bhambri wins Pune Challenger Title 

    Yukri Bhambri wins challenger title held at Pune.He defeated Ram Kumar Ramanathan to win the crown. 

  • Almaz Ayana wins Delhi Half Marathon

    Almaz Ayana world athlete of the year won the Delhi half marathon.Berhanu Legese won the men's event in the Delhi Half Marathon   


  • 18-Nov-2017
  • Shagun Chowdhary titled National Trap Champion 

    Shagun Chowdhray of India has been named the National Trap Champion in the 61st National shooting Championships 2017.Representing ONGC, Chowdhary, the first Indian woman trap shooter to win an Olympic berth.

  • 17-Nov-2017
  • France named as the host of 2023 Rugby World Cup 

    France has been chosen as the host of 2023 Rugby World Cup.The competitors of France were South Africa and Ireland .

  • 16-Nov-2017
  • Leader Peas and Purav Raja lifts Knoxville Challenger title 

    Leander Paes and Purav Raja lifted the Knoxville Challenger title held at Tennesse.They defeated the pair American-Australian duo of James Cerretani and John Patrick Smith.

  • 15-Nov-2017
  • Saudi recognizes Yoga as a sport 

    The Saudi Arabian government has recognized yoga as a sport in the country.Nouf Marwaai is the founder of Arab Yoga Foundation. 

  • Pakisthan Off spinner Saeed Ajmal retires 

    Pakisthan Off spinner Saeej Ajmal has retired from all forms of cricket.The off-spinner took 178 wickets in 35 Tests; he was banned for an illegal bowling action and returned in 2015


  • 14-Nov-2017
  • Pankaj Advani wins IBSF Billiards Championship 2017 

    Pankaj Advani clinched his 17th world title of Billiards .He won the title after defeating Mike Russell of England.The IBSF championship was held in Doha,Qatar.

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