Balbir Singh Junior was part of the Indian team that won silver at the Asian Games held in Tokyo, Japan in 1958.
The Indian men's hockey team made a positive start to its tour of Argentina, beating the reigning Olympic champions 4-3 in the first practice match.
Harmanpreet Singh observed that adapting to the host nation's style of play will be key to success for the Indian team.
Experienced drag-flick specialist Rupinder Pal Singh as well as Varun Kumar, who had missed out the previous tour owing to rehab, are also back in the mix.
In an interview with TNIE, the player from Kurukshetra, Haryana, opens up on the road to Tokyo, staying mentally fresh in the coming months and more.
The Indian women's hockey team chief coach Sjoerd Marjine feels the side is getting closer to operating at the same level as the top teams in the world.
Within the following two minutes, the hosts also bounced back and got their chance to score an equaliser with a PC but could not capitalise.
Kicking off the season this year will be the 11th Hockey India Sub-Junior Women National Championship 2021 which will be held in Simdega.
Going by their performances in Chile, no team will be taking Lalrindiki and the junior India women lightly in upcoming tournaments.
Taking each training session as opportunity to make strong case for spot in Olympic squad: Indian hockey forward Dilpreet Singh
A year later after performing well in the junior core probables, Dilpreet was called back for the FIH Pro League tie against World Champions Belgium.
In an interview with TNIE, coach Sjoerd Marijne opens up on how the women's team has a changed mindset and the areas to improve in in the next few months.
Happy with opportunities in senior team, want to make each one count: Indian women's forward Sharmila Devi
Sharmila Devi, who has proved her mettle in the recent outings, wants to make the most of every opportunity she is getting with the senior side.
Beauty Dung Dung feels that her five goals in the tour gave her a lot of confidence and she is now focusing to do well in the upcoming national camp.
The four-day course, which commenced on Friday in New Delhi, will also be conducted in Bhubaneswar from February 3 to 6.
Argentina's forward line created early pressure to push India on the defensive during the very first quarter.