New Delhi, August 3: The men from Petroleum Sports Promotion Board (PSPB) put up yet another title-winning performance, for the 16th occasion, to defeat the Railway Sports Promotion Board (RSPB) 3-0 in the final of the LPS Bossard 47th All India Inter-Institutional Championships at the Table Tennis Foundation hall here today.
Earlier, their women squad added their 14th crown after beating RBI 3-1. Yesterday, PSPB boys had won the Youth champio
New Delhi, August 2: Petroleum Sports Promotion Board (PSPB) men and women entered the finals of LPS Bossard 47th All India Inter-Institutional Championships at the Table Tennis Foundation hall here today.
PSPB will take on Railways Sports Promotion Board (RSPB) in the men final while Petroleum women will clash with Reserve Bank of India in women final. Both finals are slated for tomorrow
New Delhi, August 1: As expected Petroleum Sports Promotion Board (PSPB) topped group A with a clean slate, beating FCI and Ordinance Factory Sports Control Board with an identical margin of 3-0 and sounded a huge warning to the rest of teams in the LPS Bossard 47th All India Inter-Institutional Championships, which began at the Table Tennis Foundation hall here today.
It was business as usual for Airports Authority of India in group B as they defe
New Delhi, July 31: Achanta Sharath Kamal has cleverly preferred singles in the LPS Bossard 47th All India Inter-Institutional Championships, starting at the Table Tennis Foundation tomorrow, giving a skip to the team event. The top-ranked Indian in the world at No. 43, who turned 35 early this month, knew what suits him best at this stage and how long and well he can contribute to Indian table tennis.
New Delhi: Table Tennis Foundation (TTF), which hosts the 47th All India Inter-Institutional Championships in Delhi between August 1 and 8, is a compact facility for a tournament of this size. This was the view of a three-member delegation from the Table Tennis Federation of India (TTFI) that visited the facility some time ago.
The delegates included Secretary General M.P. Singh, his predecessor