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2019 World Wrestling Championships

Vinesh Phogat Out, Sangeeta Punia Makes Team At Senior World Championship Trials

Aug 31, 2021 PTI

While Vinesh didn't take mat after first round, Bajrang Punia's wife Sangeeta secured confident wins despite two knee surgeries last year

World Wrestling Championships: Rahul Aware Takes Bronze, Deepak Punia Pulls Out Of Final; India Enjoy Best Ever Show

Sep 22, 2019 PTI

India's previous best show was in 2013 World Wrestling Championships when the country had three in their kitty courtesy Amir Dahiya (silver), Bajrang Punia (bronze) and Sandeep Tulsi Yadav (bronze in Greco-Roman)


Lure Of Job Brought Deepak Punia To Wrestling But 'Ketli Pehalwan' Makes It Big In World Championships

Deepak Punia pulled out of the World Wrestling Championship title clash in 86kg against Iranian great Hassan Yazdani due to an ankle injury sustained during the semifinal bout, thereby winning the silver medal

World Boxing Championships 2019, Men's Final: Amit Panghal Vs Shakhobidin Zoirov – Date, Time, Live Streaming, Location

Sep 21, 2019 Outlook Web Bureau

Amit Panghal will face Uzbekistan's Shakhobidin Zoirov in the World Boxing Championships 2019 men's final in Russia. Here are the live streaming details of the match.


Meet Ravi Kumar Dahiya: India's Latest Wrestling Sensation

Ravi Kumar Dahiya has qualified for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics after knocking off some established global wrestling stars at the 2019 World Wrestling Championships but hardly shows any emotion

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Sushil Kumar's Tokyo 2020 Olympics Hopes Suffer Setback In World Wrestling Championships

Outlook Web Bureau

Sushil Kumar (74kg) lost 9-11 to Azerbaijan's Khadzhimurad Gadzhiyev in the opening round at the World Wrestling Championships on Friday. If Gadzhiyev reaches final, Sushil will get a chance to fight for Tokyo Olympics qualification as well as a bronze.


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Delhi Chief Minister & AAP National Convenor Arvind Kejriwal being welcomed by women supporters during his door-to-door campaign ahead of the Goa Assembly elections, in Goa.

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