PV Sindhu, Mary Kom and Manika Batra register wins, men's hockey disappoints on Day 2 of Tokyo Olympics 2020
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PV Sindhu started her campaign on a happy note as she eased into the second round of women's singles, beating Ksenia Polikarpova of Israel in the first round. AP
India's Manika Batra displayed nerves of steel against Ukrain's Margaryta Pesotska in the second round of the women's singles event as she came back from being 0-2 down to eventually win the match 4-3. AP
Heartbreak for Sathiyan Gnanasekaran as he was ousted in the first round of the men's singles table tennis match. AP
Manu Bhaker of India was unlucky in the 10m air pistol qualifications as her pistol was broken during the match and she lost more than twenty minutes during the sixty-minute match. AP
The worst show on Day 2 of the Olympics was put by the Indian men's hockey team who lost 1-7 to Australia, making it one of the worst shows by Indians in Olympics history. AP
Indian boxer MC Mary Kom began her journey in Tokyo on a happy note as she beat her rival Miguelina Hernandez by 4:1 split decision. AP
Zach Calzada threw for 275 yards and three touchdowns in his first career start to power No. 7 Texas A&M in a 34-0 rout of New Mexico on Saturday. The victory extends A&M’s winning streak to 11 games and gives the Aggies a 3-0 start for the first time since opening the 2016 season with six consecutive wins. Calzada was thrust into the job last weekend against Colorado when Haynes King was injured on A&M’s second possession.
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Kochi (Kerala) [India], September 19 (ANI): The Southern Naval Command observed International Coastal Clean-up Day on Saturday with a focus on mangrove plantation and clearance of plastic/non-biodegradable waste along with waterfront areas in and around Kochi, said a press release from Ministry of Defence.
New Delhi [India], September 19 (ANI): After eminent author and journalist Manorama Mohapatra passed away on Saturday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi expressed anguish over her death and said that she made several contributions to media and will be remembered for her writings that covered ranging issues.
Calling all Alberta history buffs! An 108-year-old Alberta licence plate was dug up this week while crews were excavating the banks of Calgary's Bow River. The rare find was near the Centre Street Bridge, which connects Riverfront Avenue in Chinatown with Memorial Drive in the northwest. Jeff Baird, a senior transportation engineer with the City of Calgary, says the unearthed licence plate was found while crews worked on the downtown flood barrier project. The plate was dated to 1913 — which is
Ontario's police watchdog has cleared a Toronto officer who fatally shot a man in crisis during a wellness check, saying the officer feared for his partner's life at the time. The Special Investigations Unit says Toronto police were called to a midtown condo building on May 22 after a woman reported that her son was in distress and had hit her. The SIU says four officers attempted to speak with the 28-year-old man from outside the apartment to see if he was OK, but then used a key provided to th
DEL RIO, Texas (AP) — The U.S. plans to speed up its efforts to expel Haitian migrants on flights to their Caribbean homeland, officials said Saturday as agents poured into a Texas border city where thousands of Haitians have gathered after suddenly crossing into the U.S. from Mexico. The Department of Homeland Security said in a statement that it moved about 2,000 of the migrants who had gathered under and near a bridge in the border city of Del Rio to other locations on Friday for processing a
Oscar-winning French actor Marion Cotillard spoke about the “revolution” led by women to shake up patriarchy since the start of #MeToo at the San Sebastian Film Festival where she received the Donostia Award for career achievement on Friday’s opening night. “For the past several years, the subordination of women has become increasingly unacceptable in the […]
Heavy rain inundated parts of Alabama on Saturday, September 18, as the National Weather Service (NWS) warned of the risk for widespread flooding across the region.This video taken by Madeline Walsh in Tuscaloosa shows vehicles, including a FedEx delivery truck, driving through a flooded roadway on Saturday.A flash flood warning was in effect for the greater Birmingham area until 2:45 on Saturday. The NWS warned of rainfall rates as high as two to three inches. Credit: Madeline Walsh via Storyful