Earlier in the day, Indian rowers Anita and Narayana Konganapalle bagged a silver medal in PR3 Mixed Doubles Sculls.
The highlight and the most significant aspect of the show was when two men came on stage wearing spotless white clothes, were masked and had bull horns on their heads.
Outside of costume design, Neeraja Kona has worked as a lyricist in a handful of films, in addition to publishing her poetry in a book titled Waves, Sand, and Magic.
CE in conversation with Neeraj Chopra, the reigning Olympic, World and Asian Games javelin throw champion who was in the city to launch an athletic gear and apparel store.
The funeral ceremony witnessed the presence of Army officials, district administration representatives, police officials and hundreds of individuals who joined to pay tribute.
Kishore thanked Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik for announcing a cash reward of Rs 1.5 crore. He also thanked Neeraj Chopra, the gold medalist, for standing by him and suggesting a referral.
In an event marred by dodgy judging, the Puri athlete prevented the competition from becoming a procession.
Javelin throwers come out on top on a controversy-filled evening as the country registers best-ever Asiad show...
A detailed look at what transpired during the men's javelin final which prompted this outburst.
Moments later, Indian quartet of Anas Muhammed Yahiya, Amoj Jacob, Muhammed Ajmal Variyathodi and Rajesh Ramesh sealed the gold for India in the men's 4x400m relay with a timing of 3:01.58.
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CNNL said that it has not received any direction from its higher authorities or from the State Government to release water to Tamil Nadu in view of the SC upholding the order of CWMA and CWRC.
Jakub Vadlejch of Czech Republic became the Diamond League champion for the third time with a best throw of 84.24m which came in his sixth and final attempt.
For Kishore Jena, it was his roots in the farm fields of Puri which propelled him into the game in the most unusual way.
After finishing second with a best throw of 85.71m in Zurich Diamond League on Thursday, India javelin ace determined to give his 100 per cent in Eugene Diamond League final and Asian Games
Neeraj opened with a modest 80.79m. He powered to come back with a 85.22m and stood behind Vadlejch who had a best of 85.86m in the same fourth round.
It was close to midnight, and millions were glued to the TV sets. It was not for cricket or European football. It was for one man—Neeraj Chopra—the Olympic and now world champion.
The German bio-mechanic expert dissected the season quite meticulously and says big throws (including 90m) are possible.
Kumar, who is from Abohar in Punjab, announced on Monday that if India beats Pakistan on October 14 in the ICC Men's Cricket World Cup, he will offer free rides once more.
The newly-crowned world champ Neeraj did get a bit of stage fright in the first throw of the final on Sunday but came back in the second to edge past Pakistan's Arshad Nadeem.