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Indian teams grab gold medals yet again

 

The Indian men and women paddlers claimed team gold medals for yet another time, stamping their authority in the ongoing 13th South Asian Games at Kathmandu today.

Bengal now one unit, compete under one banner

 

Following the initiative of the Table Tennis Federation of India, the two units of West Bengal, namely West Bengal Table Tennis Association and North Bengal Table Tennis Association, have merged together to form a single unit under the new name of Bengal State Table Tennis Association (BSTTA).

Harmeet wins first major open international title

 

Harmeet Desai defeated compatriot Anthony Amalraj in the final of the 2019 ITTF Challenge Indonesia Open at Batam to win his first open international men singles title.

Payas, Yashashwini join elite young Indians as Asian squads to win gold and bronze

 

Payas Jain joined the elite group of Indian boys who were a part of the gold-winning Asian squad, competing in the ITTF World Cadet Challenge which concluded yesterday in Poland.

Kavyashree and Swastika earn bronze medals

 

After the Indian Cadet Girls grabbed gold and bronze medals in the team event, Kavyashree Baskar earned herself a bronze in the Cadet Girls singles, while Swastika Ghosh was another individual bronze winner in Junior Girls section of the 2019 ITTF Junior Circuit Premium Oman Junior and Cadet Open at Muscat.

Indians on medal harvest at Oman Open as Cadet and Junior Girls grab team gold and silver

 

Team India's Cadet girls defeated Chinese Taipei 3-1 to grab the gold medal in the ongoing 2019 ITTF Junior Circuit Premium Oman Junior and Cadet Open at Muscat today.

Job opportunity at KV panvel

 

The Principal Kendriya Vidyalaya, phase -1 Raigad, ONGC colony, District panvel invites application for Coach (Full time) & Assistant coach (Part time) to work with stag table tennis academy at KV, Panvel.

India's Asian campaign ends as Sathiyan goes down fighting

 

India's campaign in the 2019 ITTF-ATTU Asian Table Tennis Championships came to an end when G. Sathiyan, our last man in fray, went down fighting to Lin Gaoyuan 1-3 in the quarterfinals at Yogyakarta on Friday evening.

Sathiyan second Indian to enter Asian quarters

 

G. Sathiyan reached a big milestone in his career when he became the only second Indian to reach the men singles quarterfinals at the prestigious continental event when he defeated An-Ji Song of North Korea in the 24th ITTF-ATTU Asian Table Tennis Championships at Yogyakarta, Indonesia, today.

Sharath-Sathiyan pair enters Asian quarters

 

 India's doubles pair of G. Sathiyan and A. Sharath Kamal entered the quarterfinals beating Mahfoodh Sayed Murtadha and Rashed Rashed of Bahrain 11-8, 11-6, 11-3 in the 24th ITTF Asian Table Tennis Championships, at Yogyakarta today.

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