Sports Rupinder to lead India in men’s Asia Cup hockey

Rupinder to lead India in men’s Asia Cup hockey




New Delhi: Veteran dragflicker Rupinder Pal Singh, who recently came out of retirement, will lead a second-string Indian men’s hockey team at the Asia Cup, scheduled to be held in Jakarta from May 23 to June 1. Birendra Lakra, who has also returned from retirement , will be his deputy in the 20-member squad. It will be the first assignment for former captain Sardar Singh as India ‘A’ coach.

Sulaymaniyah (Iraq)

Asia Cup archery: India confirm six medals

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Caxias do Sul (Brazil)

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Madrid

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Malmo (Sweden)

Indian GM Arjun finishes second in Tepe Sigeman

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MIMI

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