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Road to Rio Olympics: Indian women's hockey team looking to make a mark

Road to Rio Olympics: Indian women's hockey team looking to make a mark

Hockey India announced the squad for the FIH World league semi-final which will take place in Antwerp, Belgium. The stage is set for these 18 women to make a mark and book themselves a berth at the Rio Olympics. 10 teams will compete in the tournament and the top four...

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Gear Up For Photo Finish In I-League

Gear Up For Photo Finish In I-League

NEW DELHI: The ingredient for any successful League is its set of avid supporters, the Footballing acumen and finesse showcased by the Players plying their trade in the League and last, but foremost, the competition which boils within the League – testing the cohesion of Teams and the mettle of...

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Qualifying for 2016 Olympics was one of my milestones for 2015: Gagan

Qualifying for 2016 Olympics was one of my milestones for 2015: Gagan

Gagan Narang seems to be a relaxed man now. And why not! Getting a quota a year in advance for the 2016 Rio Olympics has given him ample time to plan and practice for the mega event. Excerpts from interview: 1. Relief...Exhilaration or just a calm acceptance of the fact...

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I-League Is A Marathon, Not A Sprint

I-League Is A Marathon, Not A Sprint

NEW DELHI: Bengaluru FC, striving for the most coveted silverware of Indian Football, are plying their trade in Asian platform also and have already gained many a connoisseur’s plaudit of late. Be it animalistic, brutal attack or composed, captive defense- Bengaluru Blues have etched their names in bold letters in...

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Anirban Lahiri set to realise dream with Masters debut

Anirban Lahiri set to realise dream with Masters debut

India’s Anirban Lahiri will live up a childhood dream when he tees up at the Masters Tournament on Thursday, hoping it will mark another step towards his ultimate aim of becoming a Major champion. The current Asian Tour number one will become only the third Indian golfer after Jeev...

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Force India ordered to pay $1.12 million to AerolabLondon: A high court judge here has ordered Force India Formula One team to pay $1.12 million to former wind tunnel supplier Aerolab in relation to their two-year-old dispute over intellectual property.

Justice Arnold Wednesday settled the case in Aerolab's favour after Vijay Mallya co-owned Force India accused the Italian firm of copying parts of their wind tunnel's design for Team Lotus, now known as Caterham.


A separate hearing will be held to determine the legal costs of the case, The Guardian reported.

However, Force India were awarded compensation of $33,100 for the misuse of their intellectual property with Aerolab employees passing some of the aerodynamic designs to Caterham for the 2010 season.

The ruling going against Force India brings fresh concerns for Mallya, who is struggling to keep his debt-ridden Kingfisher Airlines afloat. (IANS)

 

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