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Cadet World Championship: Indian wrestler Tannu wins 43kg title



Young Indian wrestler Tannu sealed the crown in a dominant fashion, grabbing the 43kg title without conceding a single point as the country’s spectacular run continued at the Cadet World Championship, here on Thursday.

The final initially seemed to be a gripping contest but Tannu soon turned it into a one-way traffic with her all-round game and won it by fall against Belarus’ Valeryia Mikitsich.

It was the third victory by fall in four bouts for Tannu, who was class part in the field.

Scoring was slow with the wrestlers tangled in body locks at the start but Tannu found a way to attack from the left of the Belarusian.

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Tannu is third Indian to emerge world champion at this event, where Aman Gulia (48kg) and Sagar Jaglan (80kg) took titles in men’s freestyle competition to propel India to the Team championship title for the first time in the history.

Another Indian, Varsha won the bronze medal in the 65kg category with a victory by fall against Turkey’s Duygu Gen.

India finished on top with 147 points, ahead of mighty USA (143) and formidable Russia (140).

On Saturday, Komal will also be in contention for world title as she reached the 46kg final after beating Belarus’ Sviatlana Katenka by technical superiority. She will take on Azerbaijan’s Ruzanna Mammadova.

Nitika (61kg) and Harshita (69kg) though lost their semifinal bouts and will not fight for bronze medals.


India can pick two more teams and still win any competition in the world, states Hardik Pandya



Hardik Pandya has spoken highly of India’s remarkable bench strength across formats and believes that the team can end up winning any competition in the world even if they pick ‘C’ or ‘D’ string sides. India, on Tuesday, sealed a series win over Sri Lanka despite fielding a second-string team.

Building a world talent pool has been integral to team India’s sustained success over the past decade, and nothing served as a testament to the same more than the tour of Australia last winter. Without their skipper Virat Kohli, and without a handful of senior players, the Indian side ended up winning 2-1 Down Under, in the process breaching Gabba for the first time this century.

But while the side that triumphed in Australia had a fair mix of first-teamers and newcomers, the contingent currently in Sri Lanka is dominated by debutants and newcomers, with only a handful of seniors present in the entire squad. And the inexperienced squad, on Tuesday, sealed a 2-0 series win to project the scary strength in depth the country possesses.

Hardik Pandya is one of the few seniors in the white-ball tour of Sri Lanka, but the all-rounder believes the team could do without him and other seniors. Speaking ahead of the third ODI, Pandya insisted that India ‘can pick two more teams and still win any competition in the world’, singing praises about the country’s talent pool.

“Our roles are very clear, even in the main team. The kind of talent which the Indian team posses right now, I think we can pick two more teams and win any competition in the world,” Pandya told the host broadcaster, reported Cricbuzz.

On a personal note, however, 2021 has been a tough year for Pandya, who has struggled to build on the promise he showed in the tour of Australia last year. So far this year, across formats, Pandya has struck a solitary fifty in Indian colours, averaging 25.62, while he also had a rough IPL, averaging 8.66 from 7 outings. Now a more mature cricketer, Pandya, however, insisted that failures a part of a cricketer’s journey, and revealed that he has learned to celebrate bad days.

“I understand that in life you have to keep growing. As a cricketer and a person you need to keep growing. My process is just growing as a human being. You tend to make mistakes, you fail, but I like to celebrate my failures. I like to celebrate my bad days, it is a part of the sport and it teaches you a lot of things. I like to remember it.”

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Tokyo Olympics: Opening ceremony live blog, updates



Konbanwa, Australia! Welcome to The Roar’s live coverage of the Tokyo Olympic Games opening ceremony, one that will take place in front of no fans except for some excited dignitaries (and allegedly reluctant Queensland Premier Anna Palaszczuk). The party starts at 9pm AEST with Australia 38th in the order of entry into the stadium. (more…)

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Tokyo Olympics LIVE: Finally Olympic Games starts, Archer Deepika Kumari disappoints in Ranking Round; Follow India Results Live



Tokyo Olympics LIVE: Finally Olympic Games starts, Archer Deepika Kumari first to start for India; Follow India Results Live

Tokyo Olympics LIVE – Tokyo Olympic Games have finally started. For India World No. 1 ranked Archer Deepika Kumari is in action fighting it out in the Individual Ranking Round – Follow all live updates: We are bringing in minute-to-minute updates from Tokyo from the Indian Camp and the Olympic Games. All you want to know about India at Tokyo Olympics – Follow for LIVE Updates

@11:38AM: India at Tokyo Olympics: Super Flop start by Indian Archers on Day 1 of Olympics, Atanu Das and company out of top 25 in Ranking round – India at Tokyo Olympics: Indian archers Deepika Kumari, Atanu Das disappoint…

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@11:25AM: Indian at Tokyo Olympics: Sai Praneeth is all set to play his debut at Tokyo Olympics

@11:02AM: India at Tokyo Olympics: Dutee Chand at the airport

@10:40AM: India at Tokyo Olympics: Bengaluru FC sends wishes the way of every Indian athlete in Tokyo

@10:16AM: Tokyo Olympics Opening Ceremony: Nineteen people, three of them staying at the Tokyo Olympic athletes’ village, have newly tested positive for the coronavirus, the organizing committee of the Games said on Friday, the day of opening ceremony

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@10:00AM: India at Tokyo Olympics: After 18 arrows Atanu Das at 11th position, Tarundeep, Pravin take 45, 35 ranks respectively;

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@9:00 AM- After the Women’s Individual Ranking Rounds, it is time for the Men’s 72 Arrows 70m individual round. Representing India are Atanu Das,  Pravin Jadhav, and Tarundeep Rai. The Ranking Round starts at 9:30, follow live here

@08:30AM: Tokyo Olympics Start: ‘No interest, no cheer, no joy’ as Olympic Games open to empty stadiums

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@7:25 AM: India at Tokyo Olympics – Deepika Kumari Disappoints: Finishes 9th in the Ranking Rounds with 663 points. Deepika is still not out of medal contention but will be getting tough opponents when the knockouts are played on 30th July.

All top 3 Ranking positions are Koreans. An SAN made a new Olympic Record of 680 Points.

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@07:15AM: Tokyo Olympics Breaking – For the first time ever, it is available in over 30 different languages on Twitter

@6:50 AM: India at Tokyo Olympics – Deepika Kumari jumps to No. 4 at halfway stage – Follow for live update –Here

@6:45 AM: Tokyo Olympics Starts – Most Inclusive Olympic Games ever: With more LGBTQ athletes than ever, Tokyo Olympics put focus on Japan: More than 160 openly lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer athletes are due to participate in the Tokyo 2020 Olympics, making this year’s Games the most inclusive ever.

@06:39AM: Tokyo Olympics: Japan’s Air Self-Defense Force aerobatic squadron, nicknamed the Blue Impulse, draws five rings over clear Tokyo skies


@06:28AM: Tokyo Olympics: Competition Schedule – 23 July 2021

@06:20AM: India at Tokyo Olympics: Indian Sand Artist Sudarsan Pattnaik unveils sand art for Indian athletes at Tokyo Olympics


@06:06AM: India at Tokyo Olympics: Deepika is eighth after the first end of 6 shots. Her score is 56 (Three 10s, one X). Veronika Marchenko of Ukraine leads with 58 (Five 10s, two Xs)., follow all Live updates

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@11 PM – India at Tokyo Olympics – Deepika Kumari ready to roll: Archery is the first event to start at the Tokyo Olympics on 23rd July. India’s Deepika Kumari will be in action at 5.30 while her male couterparts will go LIVE at 9.30 – Follow Indian Archers LIVE at – Indian Archers LIVE: Tokyo Olympic starts, Deepika Kumari & Atanu Das…

@8:00 PM: India at Tokyo Olympics Opening Ceremony – PV Sindhu to miss out: India’s only Silver medallist at Rio Olympics PV Sindhu has decided to skip the opening ceremony of the Tokyo Olympics.

@5:30 PM: Covid-19 at Tokyo Olympics – 12 new cases of Covid-19: The Tokyo Games’ organizing committee reported 12 new positive COVID-19 cases relating to the Olympics.

  • A total of 87 people associated with the Olympics have so far tested positive for the virus in Tokyo since visitors started arriving for the Tokyo Games, including a first case at the athletes’ village on Saturday.
  • The two athletes who tested positive were named as Dutch skateboarder Candy Jacobs, ranked No. 8 in the world in women’s street skateboarding, and Czech Republic table tennis player Pavel Sirucek.

@5 PM: India at Tokyo Olympics – Deepika Kumari LIVE at Olympics – The big day has arrived for Deepika Kumari. The champion Indian & World No. 1 women Archer will be the 1st Indian athlete in action in Tokyo Olympics on Friday morning @ 5.30 AM. Deepika will be seen in action in Women’s Individual Ranking Round on Friday – Follow LIVE Updates on

“I want to prove to myself that I can win,” the World No. 1 told World Archery ahead of her event in Tokyo.

India at Tokyo Olympics: Two Olympic failures notwithstanding, Deepika Kumar ready…

@2:00 PM: India at Tokyo Olympics: PV Sindhu’s Instagram Reel with her biggest supporter

@12:49 PM: India at Tokyo Olympics: Some fanboy moment for Chirag Shetty at Olympic Village as he clicks a picture with Novak Djokovic

@12:33 PM: India at Tokyo Olympics- Geeta Phogat cheering for Team India

@12:11 PM: India at Tokyo Olympics- Krunal Pandya #Cheer4India


@12:00PM: India at Tokyo Olympics- Akshay Kumar joins campaign to support Indian athletes


@11:32AM: India at Tokyo Olympics: Boxing Draw LIVE: Mary Kom, Amit Panghal, Pooja Rani, Vikas Krishan draw, opponents, schedule, all you need to know- follow for live updates

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@11: 19 AM: Tokyo Olympics Sponsor: Airbnb curates 200+ very interesting Olympic experiences for Olympic fans, check out

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@11:15AM:India at Tokyo Olympics: Twitter India tweet their love and support to share Team India


@10:48AM: Tokyo Olympics Opening Ceremony- India at Tokyo Olympics:50 people will attend the opening ceremony of the Tokyo 2020 Olympics from the Indian side which is scheduled to be held on Friday in view of the COVID-19 concerns

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@10:39AM: Tokyo Olympics: Naomi Osaka has Arrived Tokyo Olympics

@10:17AM: Tokyo Olympics: World No 1 skeet shooter Amber Hill withdraws from Olympics after testing COVID positive

@10:07AM: Tokyo Olympics: organizers fired the director of the opening ceremony over comments he made about the Holocaust, while media reported former Prime Minister Shinzo Abe

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@10:00 AM: 1 Day to go: Director of the opening ceremony fired over Holocaust comments: On the eve of the Tokyo Games, organizers fired the director of the opening ceremony over comments he made about the Holocaust. Read the full story here.

9:20 AM: 1 Day to go: ‘Tokyo Olympics to go ahead as scheduled’ say Chef-de-Missions of 206 Countries- Despite the ongoing pandemic and fear of an 11th-hour cancelation, the postponed Tokyo Olympics will go ahead as scheduled, reemphasized the chef-de-missions (CDMs) of all 206 competing nations in their meeting. Read the full story here.

@9:00 AM: India at Tokyo Olympics: Tennis Draws out, Check out who Sania Mirza, Ankita Raina, and Sumit Nagal face here

@8:40 AM: India at Tokyo Olympics: DD Sports to Live Broadcast Tokyo Olympics 2021: The Tokyo Olympics will be broadcasted live on DD Sports and the All India Radio (AIR) will broadcast special programs. Read the full story

@08:25AM: Tokyo Olympics: Two Olympic athletes test positive for COVID-19-  Tokyo 2020 Olympic organizers said on Thursday two athletes residing in the Olympic village tested positive for COVID-19. The organisers announced 12 new positive cases overall, including the two athletes, bringing the total to 87.

@07:42 AM: Tokyo Olympics: Katie arrives at Tokyo 

@07:00AM: Tokyo Olympics Opening Ceremony: Japan’s former Prime Minister Shinzo Abe will not attend the Olympics opening ceremony, according to a report by public broadcaster NHK. Read the full story here

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@6:30AM: India at Tokyo Olympics – Tokyo Olympics Opening Ceremony: No Indian athlete who has an event on Saturday will participate in the opening ceremony of Olympic games –Tokyo Olympics Opening Ceremony: No Indian athlete to participate in the…

It is worth noting that Archers, Hockey, Shooters & Table Tennis will go LIVE on Saturday in their pursuit to win medals for the country.

@05:30 AM: India at Tokyo Olympics: Gautam Gambhir, Kiren Rijiju joins campaign to support Indian athletes:


@10:30 PM – Indian at Tokyo OlympicsIndian Archers ready for FIRST DAY – FIRST SHOW. Even before the Olympics Opening Ceremony, Deepika Kumari and the Indian archery squad will start their competition on Friday – check details: India at Tokyo Olympics: First-day first show for Indian Archers Deepika…

@20.54: Union Minister for Youth Affairs and Sports Anurag Thakur on Wednesday started a new initiative #HumaraVictoryPunch to boost the morale of Indian athletes in the Olympics.

@20.40: India at Tokyo Olympics: Sai Praneeth with World No. 1 tennis player Novak Djokovic

@20.23: Also Read: Tokyo Olympics Heartbreak: 4 players, 4 countries including a World No. 1 shooter out after testing Covid positive

@19.12: India at Tokyo Olympics: Tough draws for Manika Batra, Sharath Kamal drawn to meet third seeds in opening round- 

India at Tokyo Olympics – Manika Batra Kamal Mixed Doubles: The draws for Tokyo Olympics table-tennis competitions have released and its not a great news for the Indian paddlers. India’s biggest hope in the sport of Table Tennis is their mixed doubles pair of Manika Batra & Sharath Kamal. Batra and Kamal have been drawn to meet third seeds Lin Yun Ju & Cheng I Ching of Chinese Taipei – Follow all live updates on Tokyo Olympics on

India at Tokyo Olympics: Tough draws for Manika Batra, Sharath Kamal drawn to meet third seeds in opening round




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@02:51 PM: Tokyo Olympics: World No.1 Novak Djokovic lands in Tokyo ahead of Olympic games, eyes ‘Golden Slam’

@02:24PM: Tokyo Olympics: Novak Djokovic arrives in Tokyo for Olympics –  Tennis world number one, Novak Djokovic, arrived at Haneda Airport in Tokyo on Wednesday afternoon, ahead of the Olympic Games.

@02:08PM: India at Tokyo Olympics: First-day first show for Indian Archers Deepika Kumari, Atanu Das on Friday, follow all Live updates – It will be FIRST DAY- FIRST Show for the Indian archers at the Tokyo Olympics. As the rest of the Indian Olympic Squad will be getting ready to participate in the opening ceremony of the games, Indian Archers will start their quest for a medal.

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@02:00PM: India at Tokyo Olympics: Mayor of Kurobe host city, Mr. Hisayoshi Ono poses at the #Cheer4India Selfie Point showing his support for Indian Archery Contingent for Tokyo 2020

@01:40 PM: India at Tokyo Olympics: Indian Cricketer Deepak Chahar cheering for Team India

@12:55 PM: India at Tokyo Olympics: Men’s and Mixed Relay Teams’ last training session before departing for Tokyo

@12:50 PM: India at Tokyo Olympics: The Josh is high with Indian boxer Amit Panghal

@12:36PM: Tokyo Olympics Venues

@12:30 PM: India at Tokyo Olympics: IOC President Narinder Batra to miss Opening Ceremony due to quarantine period: IOC President landed in Tokyo on the 20th of July. He will have to serve a 3-days quarantine period and will miss the opening ceremony.

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@12:20PM: India at Tokyo Olympics: Indian Fencer first training session at Olympics Village

@12:09PM: Tokyo Olympics: Close to 5,000 samples will be conducted as Anti-doping measures in Olympics – Close to 5,000 in and out-of-competition samples for dope testing will be collected during the Tokyo Olympics, the International Test Agency has told the IOC

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@11:59AM: Tokyo Olympics: WHO chief predicts more than 100,000 Deaths between now and end of Olympics – We are just 2 days away from the start of the Tokyo Olympics. However, the Covid-19 cases have kept on rising. More bad news has come as the World Health Organization chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus has predicted more than 100,000 deaths till the end of the Olympics.

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@11:51AM: The flame will arrive at the Olympic Stadium for the Opening Ceremony in 2 days. 

@11:38AM: India at Tokyo Olympics


@11:20AM: India at Tokyo Olympics: Indian Women’s Hockey Team took part in another activation session at the Olympic village

@11:00 AM: 2 Days to go: Chilean athlete 1st out of Olympics due to COVID after the arrival: Chile’s Olympic committee said Wednesday a taekwondo athlete will withdraw from the Tokyo Olympics after testing positive for the coronavirus, in the first known case of an athlete pulling out of the games after arriving in Japan.

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@10:30 AM: India at Tokyo Olympics: Indian Shooting team at the practice arena in Tokyo:

@10:10 AM: India at Tokyo Olympics: Sourav Ganguly extend his best wishes to Indian athletes


@09:55AM: India at Tokyo Olympics: Tajinderpal Singh Toor, PO, MP Jabir, PO and Mohammad Anas, SSR training hard for the competition and podium finish

@09:49AM: India at Tokyo Olympics: Indian Swimmer Sajan training session at Tokyo Games Village

@09:30AM: India at Tokyo Olympics: First day first show for Indian Archers Deepika Kumar, Atanu Das on Friday


@09:09AM: Tokyo Olympics: Japan Beat Australia 8-1 in Softball

@8:53AM: Tokyo Olympic: Australian Olympic equestrian rider suspended after positive cocaine test – Australian equestrian rider Jamie Kermond has been provisionally suspended just days before Tokyo Olympic Games for returning a positive drug test for cocaine.

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