Now that the dust of Rio 2016 has settled, it is time to not only celebrate the successes of the Indian athletes but, more importantly, to start working towards Tokyo 2020. If the government, sports administrators and the rest of us can take on board certain lessons from Rio, we can aim to make our presence felt at the next Olympic Games.
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Are we just allowed to tweet, "We are proud of you Gagan," or can we also say, "We were proud of you in 2012 and we are proud of you in 2016 but come on Gagan, not even one final qualification? You have to do better?"
CHANDIGARH -- Sippy Sidhu, a national level shooter, was murdered and his bullet-riddled body was found in a park, leaving the shooting fraternity shocked. The body of the 34-year-old shooter was reco...