Tuesday, January 25, 2022

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We missed bronze, but won hearts: Asstt. coach Ankitha

While the men's hockey team won bronze, the women's hockey team lost to Great Britain in the bronze medal play-off.

How Apple is helping Indian women entrepreneurs go global

The Apple Entrepreneur Camp is helping women founders receive one-on-one code-level guidance on their app from Apple experts and engineers, as well as mentorship, inspiration, and insights from top Apple leaders.

Tokyo Olympics: Indian women’s hockey team loses 3-4 to Great Britain

Having made it to the bronze-medal match, the Rani Rampal-led side rallied from a 0-2 deficit to lead the Game at 3-2.

Indian hockey team ends 41-year-old drought, win bronze

PR Sreejesh was a picture of poise and composure. He thwarted the Germans and kicked the ball out of the German’s reach sending the team into jubilations.

Tokyo Olympics: Medal assured as wrestler Ravi Dahiya storms into finals

Rallies splendidly against Sanayev on way to final; Punia to fight for bronze

Javelin thrower Neeraj Chopra tops qualification with a throw of 86.65 m

At the Olympic Stadium, the 23-year-old Chopra, the junior world champion, cleared the automatic qualifying mark of 83.50 metres with his first attempt of 86.65 metres in Group A to emerge a strong contender

Indian boxer Lovlina Borgohain signs off with bronze medal in Olympics

Up against quite literally a bully in the ring, Borgohain was completely out-punched by the gold medal favourite, who produced a thoroughly dominating performance.

Indian student in China found dead

Aman Nagsen, who hailed from Gaya in Bihar, was a student of Business Administration in the Tianjin Foreign Studies University.

Tokyo Olympics: Atanu Das stuns Jinhyek in thriller, cruises into next round

The third-seed Korean started the match with a decent 8-9-9 and Das replied with 8-8-9, giving Jinhyek two points in the first set. Das came strongly in the second set with three 9s, Oh missed the chance to take the two points after hitting an 8 in the last arrow.

Indian archers look to hit restart button

The men's trio of Pravin Jadhav, Atanu Das and Tarundeep Rai all finished outside top-30 in the ranking round to get a ninth seeding. The team would start off against Kazakhstan.

16 unicorns, $11bn funding: Indian startups rise sans Chinese money

The Indian tech startups started to shun Chinese investment in 2020 as desi corporates and wealthy individuals, along with investors from other countries, came onboard to fund the homegrown firms.

Former Indian spinners disagree with Saqlain on 15 degree rule for bowlers

“I would like to know how the ICC experts reached this conclusion of allowing only 15-degrees latitude to bowlers. Did they do research on Asian players, Caribbean players, others because everyone is different.

Indians searched more on immunity, e-learning during pandemic: Report

The InMobi report, titled Search in India-2021 Trends Report, showcased insights on the shift in netizens' online behaviour and their search preferences from the data analysed between April 2020 and June 2021.

Google Cloud eyes thriving Indian startup ecosystem amid IPOs

According to the ‘Indian Tech Startup Funding Report, H1 2021' by Inc42, the capital inflow in Indian startups is likely to reach somewhere between $19 billion and $23 billion at the end of the year.

First batch of Indian athletes arrive in Tokyo ‘safely’ ahead of Olympics

Sports Authority of India (SAI) shared a video informing about the arrival of the Olympic contingent for the Tokyo Games. With 127 athletes, Tokyo Olympics will be India's highest ever playing contingent.

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