Kabbadi

Bollywood Kabaddi

Can Bollywood stars give Indian football the ‘kick’ forward?

Bollywood film actor Abhishek Bachchan attends the press conference for the Pro Kabbadi League promoted by Mashal Sports... (more...)

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Abbotsford to host World Kabaddi League this weekend

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Himachal announces cash awards for kabaddi players

Shimla, Oct 4 (IANS) — Himachal Pradesh Chief Minister Virbhadra Singh Saturday announced a cash prize of Rs.20 lakh... (more...)

PM congratulates men’s, women’s kabaddi teams

New Delhi, Oct 3 (IANS) — Prime Minister Narendra Modi Friday congratulated the Indian men’s and women’s... (more...)

Twin kabaddi golds finish off India’s Asiad campaign (Roundup)

Incheon, Oct 3 (IANS) — The Indian medal count swelled for the last time here as their men’s and women’s... (more...)

Indian medallists at Asian Games 2014

Incheon, Oct 3 (IANS) — The following are the Indian medallists at the end of Day 14 of competitions at the 17th Asian... (more...)

India continue kabaddi dominance with twin Asiad golds

Incheon, Oct 3 (IANS) — India maintained their dominance in kabaddi at the Asian Games with both the men’s and... (more...)

Indian men’s kabaddi team wins 7th consecutive Asiad gold

Incheon, Oct 3 (IANS) — Defending champions India staged a late comeback to edge Iran 27-25 in the men’s kabaddi... (more...)

Indian men win seventh kabaddi gold at Asiad

Incheon, Oct 3 (IANS) — Indian men’s team edged Iran in a nerve-racking final to win its seventh consecutive... (more...)

Indian women’s team beat Iran for successive Asiad gold

Incheon, Oct 3 (IANS) — Indian women’s team beat Iran 31-21 for its second successive kabaddi gold medal at the... (more...)

Indian women’s team win gold in Asiad kabaddi

Incheon, Oct 3 (IANS) — The Indian women’s kabaddi team beat Iran in the final to clinch the gold medal at the... (more...)

Asiad kabaddi: Indian men, women in final

Incheon, Oct 2 (IANS) — Indian men’s kabaddi team stayed on course for its seventh gold medal while the women... (more...)

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