JAGBIR SINGH

  • Court orders police protection to exUP minister Yograj Singh August 7, 2013

    A local court has ordered police protection to former Uttar Pradesh minister Yograj Singh, who is an eye witness in the murder case of his father and Congress leader Choudhry Jagbir Singh. According to prosecution, an application for police protection was submitted to the court by Yograj's advocate on behalf...
  • Hockey just about managed to escape Olympics exit February 14, 2013

    New Delhi: Officials and former players associated with the game of hockey expressed shock on learning that the International Olympic Committee (IOC) mulled to remove hockey from the Olympic programme in 2020 but eventually put wrestling in the group of 8 sports fighting for one spot. TV ratings, ticket sales, antidoping...
  • Namdhari, others to stay in jail till Jan 10 December 27, 2012

    New Delhi: The judicial custody of sacked Uttarakhand minority panel chief SS Namdhari and nine others including his PSO Sachin Tyagi, arrested for their alleged roles in the Ponty Chadha shootout case, was today extended till January 10 by a Delhi court. Metropolitan Magistrate Sandeep Garg has extended the judicial...
  • AarushiHemraj case: Witness mowed down by truck September 25, 2012

    New Delhi: A witness in the AarushiHemraj double murder case, Jagbir Singh Malik, died after being mowed down by a truck in Ghaziabad. The policeman died in the incident that took place on September 20, in which two other policeman were mowed down. The truck accident had taken place hours after...
  • Go for Glory: Phelps gets a record 19th medal August 1, 2012

    CNNIBN's panel of experts of discusses the highlights of the fourth day at the London Olympics. ...
  • Jagbir expects winning start from Indian hockey team July 30, 2012

    Former captain Jagbir Singh backs India ahead of their hockey opener against the Netherlands at London 2012 on Monday. ...
  • India's performance at Azlan Shah average: Jagbir Singh May 31, 2012

    India have to do lots of homework before the London Olympics, said hockey expert and Olympian Jagbir Singh. ...
  • This real hero provides limbs to landmine blast victims March 10, 2009

    Poonch (Jammu): In the land of conflict and pain, Jagbir Singh Sudan is a true healer. Many people living in the border villages lose their limbs during crossborder firing. But Sudan has brought many of those back on their feet. Thirtyeightyearold Mohammad Bashir, a rice seller, lost his leg in...
  • Ad hoc hockey committee rubbishes internal rift January 20, 2009

    New Delhi: The adhoc committee of Indian hockey will have us believe that all is well among the game's administrators. There were rumours of a rift in the selection committee after Randhir Singh resigned a couple of days ago but those were shot down by IOA President Suresh Kalmadi. The...
  • Live TV: Barack Obama inauguration ceremony January 20, 2009

    America's capital awakens crowded and excited with the inauguration of Barack Obama only a few hours away. Two million people are expected to crowd into the center of Washington to witness the first AfricanAmerican become the 44th president of the United States by taking the oath of office. ...
  • Book on Dhyanchand hopes to inspire hockey players November 19, 2008

    New Delhi: In India's sporting folklore there are few men who are revered as much as hockey wizard Dhyanchand. Although much has been written about his exceptional skill on the field, now comes a personal account of the man behind the legend. Sports Minister MS Gill on Wednesday released a book...
  • Indian men's hockey team finally a 'team' September 7, 2007

    Chennai: The Indian hockey team was expected to just about scrape through into the semifinals of the Asia Cup. But instead they have steamrolled into the last four overcoming Asian Games gold and silver medallists South Korea and China on the way. And goals have definitely not been in short supply for...