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Sushil Kumar And Associate Ajay Remanded To 6-Days Police Custody In Sagar Rana Murder Case

  • May 24, 2021
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Double cross Olympic medalist Sushil Kumar and Ajay Kumar have been remanded to 6 days of police guardianship for their contribution in the Sagar Rana murder case. The Delhi Police had looked for 12 days of care for the grappler and his partner however the Rohini Court just conceded them half of what they wanted. The Special Cell of the Delhi Police captured Sushil Kumar and co-blamed Ajay from the Mundka region on Sunday morning, finishing their 19-day look for the hotshot competitor. The couple was given over to the examining official of the Model Town police headquarters after the court procedures.23-year-old grappler Sagar Rana was a previous junior public boss. He and two of his companions were severely attacked supposedly by Sushil and some different grapplers inside the arena complex on May 4.Sushil and his partners have been blamed for kidnapping Sagar from his home in Model Town to show him a thing or two for insulting him before different grapplers, police had said. Casualties for the situation affirmed that Sushil Kumar was available at the spot when the occurrence occurred. Sushil also conceded in court that he was available at where the fight occurred and later returned home to rest. The 37-year-old additionally asserted that he was running out of cash and was going to gather it from somebody when he and Ajay were grabbed by the cops.Sushil and Ajay tried not to use cell phones with the goal that their area can't be followed by the examiners while they were on the run. They are covered up in places like Haridwar, Meerut, Bahadurgarh, Chandigarh, and Bhatinda to avoid capture. Sushil Kumar is India's most-beautified grappler with 2 Olympic decorations, 3 Commonwealth Games gold awards, 1 big showdown gold, 1 bronze in the Asian Games, and 4 Asian Championship decorations.Also Read: BCCI Proposes To Launch England Tests In A Bid To Oblige The Rest Of IPL 2021

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Wrestler Sagar Dhankad's murder: Police probing Sushil Kumar's connections with gangster Neeraj Bawana

  • May 25, 2021
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With the investigation against captured grappler Olympian Sushil Kumar in the homicide of another grappler removing, the police are zeroing in on uncovering the wrongdoing network that Kumar was purportedly a piece of alongside imprisoned hoodlum Neeraj Bawana. Police are professing to have discovered more proof of Kumar's connections with Bawana as one of the vehicles, a Scorpio UV, which was seized from where grappler Sagar Dhankad was killed, has been found connected to a Bawana associate, Mohit.It has likewise arisen, as indicated by police sources, that numerous individuals going with Sushil Kumar the evening of the homicide were Bawana's associates. In any event, seven additional suspects are on the loose. Assaults are being led to seize them.The sources said on Monday that Kumar's impressions had likewise surfaced in a coercion case revealed from the Model Town territory half a month prior. Outlaw hoodlum Sandeep pseudonym Kala Jathedi had requested Rs 1 crore as insurance cash from a link financial specialist. The call was produced using a worldwide number. Nonetheless, examinations have recommended that Kumar was affirmed behind this interest. Jathedi was meaning to assume total responsibility for cost charge corners in Delhi, UP, and Haryana and needed Kumar's assistance in accomplishing this. Nonetheless, the two-headed out in different directions two months prior.The blackmail episode occurred before Jathedi and Kumar dropped out over their offer in the Model Town property. Before long, Kumar, supposedly held hands with imprisoned criminal Neeraj Bawana and Naveen Bali. The police are currently equipping to scrutinize the couple. Kumar, police said, was not just fleeing from them for more than about fourteen days yet additionally from Kala Jathedi, one of the most needed gangsters of north India, who is right now accepted to be in Dubai. The evening of May 4-5, Kumar had attacked grappler Sagar Dhankar as well as another man, Sonu, a famous criminal with 19 instances of homicide, blackmail, and theft.Jathedi, cops say, had been enjoying huge scope snatching of questioned properties in Delhi through Sonu and others. Kumar supposedly held hands with Jathedi some time back and handled property in M2 square of northwest Delhi's Model Town. This is the level at the focal point of the whole discussion. This level was being utilized to protect hoodlums having a place with the Jathedi-Lawrence Bishnoi posse and numerous wrongdoing plots were hatched there, said an official.Read More: Sushil Kumar And Associate Ajay Remanded To 6-Days Police Custody In Sagar Rana Murder Case

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Tokyo Olympic bronze medalist Bajrang Punia to skip wrestling world championships in October

  • Aug 24, 2021
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Olympic bronze medalist Bajrang Punia will not compete in the upcoming World Wrestling Championships after recommending a six-week rehabilitation program to treat a ligament he suffered in his right knee in the run-up to the Tokyo Olympics. The World Championships will be held in Oslo, Norway, from October 2 to10, and Punia will not be able to begin his mat training until his rehabilitation program is completed. Punia recently underwent an MRI scan to find out the extent of his injury in Russia in June before the Olympics and consulted with Dr. Dinshaw Pardiwala, who runs the Center for Sports Medicine at Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital in Mumbai. "It's a ligament tear and Dr. Dinshaw asked me to go through a six-week rehab program. I won't be able to compete in the world championships," Punia told PTI. There are no ranking series events organized for the rest of the year and Punia said his season is over. "The World Championship was the only major tournament on the calendar this year. I don't see myself competing in any other tournament this season." Punia was injured in the run-up to the Tokyo Olympics when he participated at Russian tournament, Ali Aliyev in June. He had lost his semi-final match against AbulMazhid Kudiev, who grabbed the Indian's right leg and threw it roughly in the first half of the match. This impact had an effect on Bajrang's right knee and he immediately left the mat, but he competed in the Olympics and won a bronze medal in the 65kg category. "As it was my first Olympics and I had a dream of winning an Olympic medal, I participated in Tokyo despite the pain," he said. Bajrang said he has not consulted any particular physical therapist for his rehabilitation. "I'm doing it myself in a Sonepat. Dr. Dinshaw recommended some exercises that I do every day now in the gym. The mat training time will also go to rehab." The 27-year-old said he wants to continue with his Georgian coach Shako Bentinidis, who has now left for his country Since the Indian Wrestling Federation has not offered him a new contract.Also Read- Odisha FC sign Malaysian international Liridon Krasniqi on loan

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WWE Raw Results: How Big E cashed in MITB contract to become the new WWE Champion

  • Sep 14, 2021
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WWE Raw Results, Winners and Highlights: Big E's long journey to the top of the mountain reached its destination by winning the WWE title. This was after he cashed his Money in the Bank contract and defeated Bobby Lashley to close out Raw on Monday night. Removing the element of surprise, Big E announced hours before RAW went air that he intended to cash in the contract and he did! In the main event between Lashley and Orton, it was All-Mighty who sent Viper out with a spear. However, when Lashley (kayfabe) tweaked his knee after delivering a spinebuster to Orton through a table, it gave an opening for the 5′ 11-inch heavyweight who was looking for an opportune moment. With the show approaching into a commercial break, before the match became official, WWE returned with Big E defeating a hobbling Lashley with a Big Ending. Lashley did give a fight as he was on the verge of defending his gold when he countered out of the Big Ending. But Big E's second attempt at Big Ending was correct in terms of money and with that, Raw had a new champion.Also Read- Undertaker WWE Retirement: WWE announces The Undertaker retirement, fans get emotionalAs one of WWE's most beloved Superstars, the Big E moment unleashed the WWE Universe with congratulations on social media. From his New Day brothers to Becky Lynch (and her mom), respect poured in from his peers with recognition of his incredible win.The NEW DAY is upon us.The @WWEBigE Era is here!#AndNew #WWEChampion pic.twitter.com/dN48DJeU7P— BIG E IS WWE CHAMPION (@WWE) September 14, 2021Congratulations @WWEBigE. #AndNew #WWEChampion #WWERaw pic.twitter.com/G8puiAWnIo— BIG E IS WWE CHAMPION (@WWE) September 14, 2021Congratulations @WWEBigE.THEN and NOW.A champion in @WWE.A champion in life. pic.twitter.com/oh85dcIfaR— WWE NXT (@WWENXT) September 14, 2021CONGRATS BIG EEEEE!!! Ps can you still troll Paul Heyman anyway!? pic.twitter.com/SlWEpq36Iv— Betty (@TheBethPhoenix) September 14, 2021What else happened on WWE Raw?Charlotte Flair def. Shayna Baszler via pinfall after a big boot. Nia Jax interference led to Baszler losing as payback for the reverse happening the week prior. After the match, Alexa Bliss came to the ring and offered Flair a gift ahead of their title match at Extreme Rules. The gift was a Lilly-style doll named Charlie. The two ended up brawling before Bliss hit a code red to send Flair from the ring.Drew McIntyre & The Viking Raiders def. Jinder Mahal, Veer & Shanky via pinfall after McIntyre hit Shanky with a Claymore.United States Championship -- Damian Priest (c) def. Jeff Hardy via pinfall after hitting Reckoning. Priest was attacked by Extreme Rules opponent Sheamus after the match.Nikki A.S.H. def. Tamina via pinfall after a tornado DDT.Rhea Ripley def. Natalya via submission with an inverted cloverleaf.Omos, AJ Styles, Mace & T-Bar def. Mustafa Ali, Mansoor & New Day via pinfall when Omos hit Ali with a chokebomb.Doudrop def. Eva Marie via pinfall after a seated crossbody.Also Read- Medvedev wins US Open to end Djokovic calendar Grand Slam bid

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India first ever NBA-drafted hoopster Satnam Singh Bhamara signs up professional wrestling deal with AEW

  • Sep 24, 2021
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Satnam Singh Bamara, who created history when he was selected in the NBA draft by the Dallas Mavericks in 2015, will begin training to become a professional wrestler at the Atlanta-based Nightmare Factory, to compete in All Elite Wrestling (AEW).Basketball player Satnam Singh Bhamara, who became the first Indian to be drafted into an NBA team before being banned for doping, has decided to try his hand at wrestling by sealing a deal with a professional league in the USA."While we've recently secured some of the hottest free agents on the planet, I'm also deeply committed to cultivating our own homegrown stars and the next generation of extraordinary professional wrestlers," Tony Khan, CEO, GM and Head of Creative of AEW, said in a media release."In addition to Satnam's commanding 7'3" stature, I was impressed with his high level of athleticism and charisma. He's an exciting addition to our roster, and I'm looking forward to our fans getting to know Satnam's personality and watching his development."Also Read- IPL 2021, MI vs KKR: It's Rohit Sharma vs Varun Chakravarthy as Mumbai Indians eye winThis isn't the first time that Singh has considered the squared circle. In 2017, he had visited and trained at the WWE Performance Centre but eventually decided against joining the company.New beginnings Thank you @AEW for this amazing opportunity!!! And big thank you to my brother @sunnygillcali for making this happen and always supporting me!! #ALLELITE @TonyKhan @CodyRhodes @realmmarshall1 @AEWonTNT #oneinabillion #aew #aewontnt #AEWDynamite pic.twitter.com/VLMokSh6K8— Satnam Singh Bhamara (@hellosatnam) September 24, 2021Singh, 25, is currently serving a two-year suspension from the National Anti-Doping Agency's (NADA) disciplinary panel for failing a dope test in 2019. His suspension is due to end on 19 November.Singh follows in the footsteps of NBA legend Shaquille O'Neal, who squared off alongside Jade Cargill in a mixed tag team match against Cody Rhodes and Red Velvet on "AEW: Dynamite" in March.Satnam Singh will begin training at the world-class, Atlanta-based Nightmare Factory, run by QT Marshall and Cody Rhodes.Also Read- Virat Kohli to quit RCB captaincy after the end of IPL 2021 season

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Anshu Malik becomes first Indian woman to reach wrestling World Championships final

  • Oct 07, 2021
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Anshu Malik created history on Wednesday by becoming the first Indian woman wrestler to reach the World Championship final when she outclassed European champion Solomiia Vynnyk, even as Sarita Mor lost in the semifinal after surprising the world champion and will fight for a bronze here. The 19-year-old Anshu, the reigning Asian champion, controlled the semifinal from the beginning and won by technical superiority in the 57kg category to go into history books. Only four Indian women wrestlers have won medals at the World and all of them, Geeta Phogat (2012), Babita Phogat (2012), Pooja Dhanda (2018) and Vinesh Phogat (2019) -- have clinched bronze. Anshu also became only the third Indian ever to make the Worlds gold medal match after Sushil Kumar (2010) and Bajrang Punia (2018). India has only one world Champion in Sushil till date and Anshu can create another history on Thursday. Anshu's win also ensured India's first medal from this edition of the event.Also Read- Sagar Rana murder case: Delhi court denies bail to Olympic wrestler Sushil Kumar Anshu was clever with her moves. At least thrice, she affected take-down moves from the left of Vynnyk and finished the bout with an exposure move. The Nidani girl started competing in the senior circuit only from last year and has made a steady progress since then. She also had qualified for the Tokyo Olympics. Earlier, she was hardly troubled by Kazakhstan's Nilufar Raimova, whom she beat by technical superiority and later outwitted Mongolia's Davaachimeg Erkhembayar 5-1 in the quarterfinals.Sarita to fight for bronzeSeasoned Sarita Mor shocked defending champion Linda Morais 8-2 in her opening bout and beat Germany's Sandra Paruszewski 3-1 in the quarterfinals. Up against the reigning European champion from Bulgaria Bilyana Zhivkova Duodova, Sarita fought her heart out but lost 0-3. She will now fight for a bronze. The Asian champions had a tough opening match against the 2019 world champions from Canada, but they outscored them with an 8-2 tactical victory in the pre-quarterfinals. A quick take-down move, followed by an expose together with some superb defence put Sarita 7-0 ahead by the time the first period was over. The only scoring point she conceded was a take-down move in the second period. She did not let Linda play her game, keeping her in lock positions. Anshu MALIK speaks after becoming India’s first-ever WW finalist at senior World Championships #WrestleOslo pic.twitter.com/ZZvgfVGp3o— United World Wrestling (@wrestling) October 6, 2021Later, the quarterfinal against Paruszewski turned out to be a tougher bout, in which the two wrestlers were largely restricted to standing fight which took a lot out of them. There was only one point-scoring move, a take down effected by Sarita late in the match and that sealed the outcome. In the 72kg, Divya Kakran stunned Kseniia Burakova with a 'win by fall' but lost by technical superiority to Japan's Under-23 world champion Masako Furuich. The 2020 Asian champion Divya fought her heart out in both the bouts and wriggled out of difficult positions umpteen times but hurried moves and over-aggression cost her the quarterfinal against the Japanese. Meanwhile, Kiran (76 kg) won her repechage round against Aysgul Ozbegi of Turkey to reach the bronze playoff but pooja jatt (53 kg) lost her repechage by fall to Eucuador's Luisa Elizabeth Melendres. Kiran will face 2020 African champion Samar Amer Ibrahim Hamza.Also Read- Harmanpreet Singh, Gurjit Kaur win best player awards as India sweep international hockey honours

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Ravi Dahiya, Bajrang Punia keep India's flag flying high in wrestling at Tokyo

  • Dec 20, 2021
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Chandigarh: Athletes gave India reason to rejoice with the best medals ever at the Olympic and Paralympic Games held in Tokyo under the COVID-19 cloud.Two-time Olympic medalist Sushil Kumar's blessing on prodigy Ravi Dahia's rise to a silver medalist in Tokyo, Bajrang Puneya, who won bronze with a heavy knee, reports on TOI's 2021 share of pain and gains.One thing was clear from the statements of Tokyo Olympic medalists Ravi Dahiya and Bajrang Bunya. The two were unwilling to accept rare silver medals and bronze medals of equal value, respectively.If someone scrolls through the Bajrang timeline on his social media account, the Asian and Commonwealth Games champion can be seen sleeping with him alongside the bronze medalist in Tokyo, with the caption: " The dream has yet to change reality. "Dahiyeh also cropped a static image on the podium, realizing that the job was not done yet. Settling in second place, he said, "I didn't come to Tokyo to win silver. That wouldn't give me satisfaction. I couldn't get what I wanted."However, Ravi's silver and Bajrang's bronze ensured that India was not left empty in wrestling, as in the end there was a sense of dissatisfaction after the wrestlers failed to achieve great performances.Suburb, a resident of Nahari village in Haryana's Sonipat district, was definitely one of the black horses of the Indian squad in Tokyo. It was his courage and valor that made him an overnight sensation despite losing the 57kg final to defending champion Zavor Ojeev, a fighter who has dominated the weight class for nearly four years.Most interesting is the way 23-year-old Ravi entered the Olympic final. The Chhatrasal Stadium result of 2-9 in the second half saw a dramatic comeback when Kazakhstan's double world medalist Norrislam Sanayev lost in the semi-finals.Currently, Ravi has the silver medal. However, he has his eyes set on gold at Paris 2024 Like Ravi, Bajrang has set high standards for himself. Not many will realize the fact that the three-time World Championship medalist was disabled from a knee injury even before her appearance at the Games.Bajrang had sprained his right knee during a preliminary tournament in Russia and had been out of the field for 25 days before the Olympics. However, Bajrang was careful not to return empty-handed as he challenged a heavy tie on his knee to defeat Kazakh Daulat Niyazbekov 8-0 in the 65kg bronze medal match.As the search for a foreign coach continues, the Chhaggar-born fighter eagerly awaits the 2022 package, as he seeks to defend his titles at the Asian Games, Commonwealth Games, and eventually the gold medal in Paris.Aside from the duo, Deepak Bunya and Finch Phogat raised hopes of some medals, but young defenders Sonam Malik and Anshu Malik were not up to the task in the Japanese capital.Furthermore, the alleged involvement of two-time Olympic medalist Sushil Kumar in the death of fighter Sagar Rana at Chhatrasal Stadium shook the entire nation. Sushil is now behind bars.Furthermore, the president of the Wrestling Federation of India (WFI) Brij Bhushan Charan Singh painted the game in the wrong image by raising his hand for an older wrestler during the under-15 tournament in Ranchi.For cricket news to click here -  Virat vs BCCI: We'll deal with it, says Ganguly