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Harendra Singh

Former India Hockey Coach Harendra Singh To Train US Men's Team

Apr 08, 2021 PTI

Singh, who was bestowed the Dronacharya award in 2012, served as the chief coach of the senior India men's hockey team from 2017 to 2018

Hockey Coach Harendra Singh Leads On Different Turf Amid Coronavirus Outbreak

Mar 20, 2020 PTI

The former India player from Bihar is drawing from his immense coaching experience at the Indira Gandhi International Airport's Terminal 3 in Delhi to oversee smooth transit of people being rescued by the government

Hockey India Sacks Harendra Singh As Men's Hockey Coach

The Junior World Cup-winning coach took charge after India's medal-less showing at the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games but was unable to change the team's fortunes.

Hockey World Cup: India Coach Harendra Singh Hails Players' Fitness In 2-2 Draw Against Belgium

Dec 03, 2018 Outlook Web Bureau

The result helped India lead the pool thanks to a better goal difference. India will play Canada in their final Pool C match, while Belgium take on South Africa.

Hockey World Cup: Buoyant India Seek Home Comfort To End 43-Year Title Drought – Preview

India's lone World Cup title came way back in 1975 and their second-best finish in the tournament was a fifth-place finish 24 years ago.

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