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  • 22-Jun-2020
  • 2020 ലെ Italian Cup ഫുട്ബോൾ ജേതാക്കൾ


  • 4 - മത് Asian Youth Para Games 2021 - ന് വേദിയാകുന്ന രാജ്യം


  • 08-Jun-2020
  • Covid 19 നിലനിൽക്കെ കാണികൾക്ക് ഫുട്ബോൾ മത്സരം കാണുവാൻ അനുവാദം നൽകിയ യൂറോപ്യൻ രാജ്യം


  • 2020 ലെ AFC Women's Asian Cup ന് വേദിയാകുന്ന രാജ്യം


  • 19-Mar-2020
  • French Open delayed due to coronavirus pandemic

    The French Open tennis tournament has been postponed by the French Tennis Federation due to the coronavirus pandemic. The Grand Slam tournament which was scheduled to be held in the month of May-June, 2020 has been postponed.

    The 2020 edition of Roland Garros (French Open tennis tournament) will now held in the month of September-October 2020. The decision has been taken by the French Tennis Federation (FFT) to ensure the health and safety of people involved in the preparation of the tournament.

  • ATK FC wins record 3rd Indian Super League title

    ATK FC (Football Club) won the ISL (Indian Super League) trophy for the 3rd time following a 3-1 win against Chennaiyin FC in the final match held at the Fatorda Stadium in Goa. Javier Hernandez and Edu Garcia were the goal scorers for ATK FC in the final match. ATK (Atlético de Kolkata) is an Indian professional football club based in Kolkata, West Bengal.

    The ATK (Atlético de Kolkata) won the inaugural edition of the tournament in 2014 and added its second title in 2016, beating Kerala Blasters in the final on both occasions. Apart from ATK, only two other teams have won the ISL: Bengaluru FC (2018-19) and Chennaiyin (2015, 2017-18).

  • 16-Mar-2020
  • World Golf Hall of Fame to induct Tiger Woods in Class of 2021

    American golfer Tiger Woods will be elected in the World Golf Hall of Fame as part of the class of 2021. Woods was among 10 finalists named in March as candidates for 2021. His 93 worldwide victories include a record-tying 82 US PGA Tour titles. He won his 15th major title at the Masters last April.

    Woods is a three-time winner of the career Grand Slam and in 2000-01 completed the “Tiger Slam” when he became the first golfer since Bobby Jones to hold all four major championship titles at the same time. The 2021 class was chosen by Hall’s selection committee, a 20-member panel.

  • 05-Mar-2020
  • Azlan Shah Cup postponed due to Coronavirus threat

    The 29th edition of the prestigious Azlan Shah Cup hockey tournament has been postponed from April to September due to the fast-spreading coronavirus.

    The six-nation event, which was scheduled to be held from April 11 to 18 in Ipoh, Malaysia, will now be staged from Sept 24 to Oct 2. Australia, Canada, Japan, Pakistan, South Korea and hosts Malaysia were to participate in the event.

  • Tasnim & Mansi wins bronze at BWF Yonex Dutch Junior International

    Young Indian shuttlers Tasnim Mir and Mansi Singh won a bronze medal each in the girls' singles Badminton event at the Yonex Dutch Junior International 2020 in Haarlem, Netherlands.  It was the first time India won two bronze medals in girls' singles at this BWF Junior International Grand Prix tournament.

    Mir was defeated by third seed So Yul Lee of Korea 19-21,  10-22 in the semifinal to settle for Bronze yesterday. Mansi lost to Indonesia's Saifi Rizka Nurhidayah 11-21, 16-21 in the semifinal.

    The Indian contingent will now look to continue their heroics at the Yonex German Junior-2020 to be held in Berlin from 4th to 8th of March. Meanwhile, India's rising stars Aakarshi Kashyap and Anupama Upadhyaya won gold and silver medals respectively in the girls singles at Kenya International held in Thika, Kenya. The sixth-seeded Kashyap defeated Haryana girl Anupama 21-15, 21-6  who had reached the final after toppling second, third and fifth seeds.

  • All India Police Athletic Championship commenced in Haryana

    All India Police Athletic Championship 2019 has commenced in the Panchkula District of Haryana. This is the 68th edition of All India Police Athletic Championship. The championship aims to enhance India’s performance in the Olympics scheduled to be held in 2028. To achieve this feat, the Government of India has identified more than 15,000 children and has also commenced their training. These selected children are receiving their training in 284 Sports Authority of India (SAI) training centres across the country.

    The Government of India is also planning to assign few games to the Central Armed Police Forces (CAPFs) and State Police organisations to achieve good results in Olympics scheduled to be held in 2028.

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