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Thread: India at the Asian Games 2014

  1. #21
    Quote Originally Posted by upendersingh View Post
    Dear friend Dr. Janghu, an academician like you is not supposed to spread wrong information. Here are all wrestlers who won medals in Asian Games. Please tell where is Lila Ram Pehlwan in these? In fact, in 1951 Delhi Asian Games, there was no event of wrestling. I would also like to add that leave the world aside, we are no where in Asia also in wrestling. Japan, Iran, South Korea, Kazakhstan etc. are far ahead than us, specially Japan and Iran.

    List of all Asian Games medalist wrestlers
    Thanks Friend. The error committed inadvertently is regretted , The correct information about him is :

    Lila Ram was the first Gold Medal winner for India in Common Wealth Wrestling championships held in 1958. His name stands at Sr. No. 83 in the list issued by Wrestling Federation of India. Log for complete list of medalists in wrestling in Olympics, Asiad and Common wealth games :

    http://wrestlingfederationofindia.co....php?id=25&p=1

    82. Mr. Laxmi Kant Pandey Silver Cardiff 1958
    83. Mr. Lila Ram Gold
    84. Mr. Rashid Anwar Bronze London 1934
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  2. #22
    Bajrang punia storms into final of 61 kg freestyle wrestling defeating japanease..assured of at-least a silver
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  4. #23
    Quote Originally Posted by prashantacmet View Post
    List of Jats who won medal in Incheon:

    - hina sidhu - bronze(team event) - shooting
    - saina nehwal -bronze (team event) - badminton
    - swarn singh virk - bronze (individual -rowing
    - sandeep sejwal - bronze (individual) - swimming
    - shweta chaudhary - bronze (individual)- shooting
    - narender grewal - bronze (individual) - wushu
    - shagun chaudhary- bronze (team event) - shooting
    - bajrang lal takhar -bronze (team event) -rowing

    not sure about these two :
    - dushyant chauhan - bronze(individual) - rowing
    - gurpreet singh - silver (team event) - shooting


    total medal won so far - 17 : jats have contributions in more than 50%


    still a shame for India...such a populous country is behind even from hongkong and Singapore!...


    kya sports ke bhi ache din aayenge??
    Updated list ::

    - hina sidhu - bronze(team event) - shooting
    - saina nehwal -bronze (team event) - badminton
    - swarn singh virk - bronze (individual -rowing
    - sandeep sejwal - bronze (individual) - swimming
    - shweta chaudhary - bronze (individual)- shooting
    - narender grewal - bronze (individual) - wushu
    - shagun chaudhary- bronze (team event) - shooting
    - bajrang lal takhar -bronze (team event) -rowing
    - vineshphogat -bronze(indv) -wrestling
    -geetika jakhar -bronze (indv)- wrestling- -
    -harvinder sandhu-gold (team event) squash
    - bajrang punia - silver (indv) -wrestling
    -seema punia - gold (indv) -discus throw



    not sure about these and few others:
    - dushyant chauhan - bronze(individual) - rowing
    - gurpreet singh - silver (team event) - shooting
    - chain singh - bronze -shooting
    -khushbir kaur -silver (indv)- athletics
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  6. #24
    Quote Originally Posted by prashantacmet View Post
    Updated list ::

    - hina sidhu - bronze(team event) - shooting
    - saina nehwal -bronze (team event) - badminton
    - swarn singh virk - bronze (individual -rowing
    - sandeep sejwal - bronze (individual) - swimming
    - shweta chaudhary - bronze (individual)- shooting
    - narender grewal - bronze (individual) - wushu
    - shagun chaudhary- bronze (team event) - shooting
    - bajrang lal takhar -bronze (team event) -rowing
    - vineshphogat -bronze(indv) -wrestling
    -geetika jakhar -bronze (indv)- wrestling- -
    -harvinder sandhu-gold (team event) squash
    - bajrang punia - silver (indv) -wrestling
    -seema punia - gold (indv) -discus throw



    not sure about these and few others:
    - dushyant chauhan - bronze(individual) - rowing
    - gurpreet singh - silver (team event) - shooting
    - chain singh - bronze -shooting
    -khushbir kaur -silver (indv)- athletics
    Prashant, one more addition to the list Sanam Singh (Dalal) - Silver - Tennis

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  8. #25
    Hello everyone, this is my first post. I would like to know that whether Sandeep Kumar (archer) is a Jat or not. I am also not sure about Gurpreet Singh(shooting), Chain Singh(shooting), Khushbir Kaur(Athletics).

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  10. #26
    Haryana ne fhir se desh ka name ucha kia. Jai Haryana Jai bharat

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  12. #27
    Naveen kumar from Haryana wins bronze in athletics...looks like a jat

    pooja rani (bhiwani) settles for bronze in boxing -is she a jat ?
    Last edited by prashantacmet; September 30th, 2014 at 12:29 PM.
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  13. #28
    Quote Originally Posted by prashantacmet View Post
    Naveen kumar from Haryana wins bronze in athletics...looks like a jat

    pooja rani (bhiwani) settles for bronze in boxing -is she a jat ?
    I found this article about Pooja Rani, may be it would provide some clue.

    I tried to post the link but somehow not been able to post it. So i am posting the whole article.

  14. #29
    Quote Originally Posted by prashantacmet View Post
    Kadhe mahrra bhi number aa len dyo

    Shweta (baliyan) is natively from Mundbhar village of Muzaffarnagar district (West UP).

    Ha ha right, but now belong to Haryana.

  15. #30
    Boxer Pooja Rani proves her father wrong

    Amaninder Pal Sharma,TNN | May 25, 2014, 12.25AM IST

    PATIALA: A 23-year-old Haryana girl, whose punches took more than six months to convince her parents that she was made for boxing, will represent India at the Glasgow Commonwealth Games in Scotland. She will contest in the 75 kg category.*

    Pooja Rani, who comes from the sport's cradle, Bhiwani, made her entry into the three-member Indian women's boxing team after winning her final bout at the trials on Friday.*

    Mindful of her father's dislike for boxing, Pooja recalled how she would conceal the bruises and injuries suffered in the ring from her parents.*

    "My parents were dead against my plans of making a career out of boxing. My father would say, "Acche bache boxing nahin khelte (good children don't play boxing)". Such was the situation that I feared my father would stop me from going to the boxing ring if he saw my injuries. So I would conceal my injuries from him as well as my mother," Pooja said.*

    However, things improved at her home after she won silver in the National Youth Boxing Championship in 2009 in the 60 kg category. Two months after her first win, she defeated one of Haryana women's boxing's leading lights, Preeti Beniwal, in the state championships.*

    "Nobody objected after that win," Pooja recalled. "All my family members became supportive," added the 23-year-old, who is now serving as an Income Tax inspector in the Haryana government.*

    To her credit, after her initial struggle, Pooja won silver in the Asian Boxing Championship in 2012 and added another silver at the Arafura Games held in Australia the same year.

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  17. #31
    India reaches final of Hockey men.
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  19. #32
    Kudos!! to all those who have made the Nation proud. Those who fell short need more hard in days to come. India govt. should sincerely look into sports and provide a world class infrastructure to improve its ranking in such events. Care should be taken not to politicize sports bodies, till now its other way around.
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  21. #33
    Mary Kom wins Gold for India ,
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  23. #34
    Indian women Hockey team wins Bronze.
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  25. #35
    RARE BRONZE BY ANNU

    INCHEON: Indian athlete Annu Rani a Jat from village Bahadarpur, district Meerut, West UP, won a bronze medal in the women's Javelin throw event of the Asian Games, with a personal best effort of 59.53m, here on Wednesday. Annu achieved the mark in her first attempt as she led the field for a while before being overtaken by Chinaís Li Zhang and Lingwei Li, who won gold and silver.

    Annuís first attempt proved to be her best as her later attempts were far below than the first. However, she bettered her own record of 58.83m, which she had set in June this year during the National championship in Lucknow. Zhang Li set the Asian Games record with her best throw of 65.47, which she achieved in her sixth and final attempt. The Chinese bettered the Games 61.56m mark, set by Japan's Yuki Ebihara at the 2010 Guangzhou Games. Ebihara (58.72) finished fourth behind Annu.

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  27. #36
    Annu Rani*(born 28 August 1992) is and Indian*javelin thrower*and is the current national record holder.

    Rani, with a throw of 58.83 metres (193.0*ft) at the 2014 National Inter-State Championship in*Lucknow, broke the national record previously held by*Gurmeet Kaur. With this throw, she qualified for the*2014 Commonwealth Games, with the selection criteria being 58.46 metres. At the event, she finished eighth, with a best of 56.37 meters in the final. In the same year, at the*Asian Games*in*Incheon,*South Korea, she won the bronze medal with a throw of 59.53 meters, in the process, bettered her personal best and broke the national record that she previously held.

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  29. #37
    Congratulations ! Indian Hockey team Men wins Gold Medal beating Pakistan.
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  31. #38
    Tomorrow morning at 6.30 women Kabadi team and at 6.30 men Kabadi team would clash against Iranian Teams in their respective matches for Gold medals.
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  33. #39
    Boxer Sarita Devi's bronze reinstated after hearing
    INCHEON (South Korea): Putting an end to the status of the bronze medal won by Indian boxer Sarita Devi, the Olympic Council of Asia on Thursday reinstated her medal in the 60kg category after a hearing with the India's Asian Games contingent officials in Incheon, South Korea.
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  35. #40
    GOLD FOR INDIA!

    Men's kabaddi team bags 7th successive Asiad gold

    INCHEON: Defending champions India staged a late comeback to edge Iran 27-25 in the men's kabaddi final to retain their gold medal at the 17th Asian Games here Friday.

    The Iranian team rode on its athleticism, speed and agility to give a scare to the much-vaunted Indian team, who were complacent for the most part of the match at the Songdo Global University Gymnasium.

    But the Indians utilised their experience and kept calm to give the country its 11th yellow metal in the Incheon Asiad, moving up to sixth place in the standings.
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