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A camp to remember!


The Regional Hopes Follow-up Camp 2016, held at Indore between August 7 and 13, had its desired results, thanks to Eve Jeler and her team of experts.

Hopes Week Follow-up Camp kicks off at Indore


The 2016 Asian Regional Hopes Week Follow-up Camp that began with a bang at the Ahbay Prashal Indoor Stadim, thanks to the participation nearly two dozen boys and girls sections, along with 15 coaches.  The camp is held under the auspices of the International Table Tennis Federation and the Asian Table Tennis Union.

Benefit of media persons travelling to Rio


 Benefit of media persons travelling to Rio


Circular: Selection Trials of Players (Boys) In Cadet & Sub-Junior Categories For PSPB


Circular: Selection Trials of Players (Boys) In Cadet  & Sub-Junior Categories For PSPB Table Tennis Academy At Ajmer On 6th August, 2016.

Archana on a roll, wins a hat-trick of titles


Archana Girish Kamath is on a real grind these days. Trying to up the ante on the domestic circuit—she began the season with a title in the Youth Girls section—the girl from Karnataka has just completed a hat-trick of crowns in the ITTF Junior Circuit 2016 Morocco Open.  The Junior Open championships were held between July 7 and 10 at Agadir.

National Referee's Course 2016 Results


You must be aware that we had just conducted an all-India Referees’ Course at Ajmer. I must admit that the course had a very good response from all concerned with as many as 27 candidates enrolling—one withdrew due to indisposition—in the five-day processes which included lessons taught with practical classes, apart from coaching-cum-study-cum-examination. The entire grind was welcomed by one and I am sure all those that attended the course must have returned home enlightened.


International Umpires exam results 2016


Please accept my congratulations as sizable number of officials from your state have qualified the International Umpires' examination held recently.

Ghosh shows progress


An Olympic medal may still be a long shot for an Indian table tennis player, but all the the four Rio Games qualifiers—Soumyajit Ghosh, Achanta Sharath Kamal, Mouma Das and Manika Batra—have shown considerable improvement in their world rankings. 

Raising graphs of Archana, Ananth


From out of nowhere, both Ananth Devarajan and Manav Thakkar have hit the world chart to do India proud as they occupy slots at No. 24 and No. 54, respectively. Incidentally, this is the first time that the two Indian boys have entered world ranking bracket.

Pinnacle Residential TT Coaching Camp, Solan (HP)


The Pinnacle Table Tennis Academy, established in 2009, is one of the most sought-after coaching centres, in Delhi. Its popularity over the years havegrown leaps and bounds, thanks to a dedicated and equally determined lot of International and National ranked players that has come out of its assembly lines. In fact, these are the players that have given us name and fame and they have been growing in numbers by the dozen every year.

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