Lovelina Borgohain bags bronze In Her Debut Olympics, India Women Lost to Argentina in Hockey Semifinal

Lovlina

Tokyo Olympics Latest Update- The Tokyo Olympics witnessed another Indian bronze medalist in boxing. Lovelina Borgohain is the second female boxer to have won a gold medal for India. This was a proud moment for not only her family but all Indians as a whole. Highlights Of The Match Up against a very distinguished boxer, Busenaz Surmeneli, Lovlina Borgohain was completely out-punched. She lost 0-5 in the welterweight semi-finals and had to settle for bronze. She also faced a one-point deduction in the second round for not paying attention to…

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Tokyo Olympics 2021 Update: PV Sindhu Bags Bronze Medal For India

PV Sindhu

The 7th seat holder PV Sindhu from India; carrying the wishes and hopes of her motherland, goes up against the 9th seat holder He Bingjiao from China at Musashino Forest Plaza, Tokyo. With He Bingjiao holding a 9-6 lead in their head-to-head face-off, PV Sindhu manages to close the gap with style by securing the bronze medal in Tokyo 2020 and we’ll soon perceive how. PV Sindhu grabs hold of the first set with a huge 8 score difference. The first set took off with He Bingjiao’s serve but Sindhu…

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Saikhom Mirabai Chanu writes history by winning the silver medal on Day 2 of Tokyo Olympics 2020

Chanu Olympics

India registered its first medal on the very second day of the Tokyo Olympics 2020. Saikhom Mirabai Chanu, one of the biggest contenders on whom the country pinned its hope for the prestigious Olympic medal, has won a silver medal in weightlifting. Chanu attained the second spot in the 49kg women’s weightlifting event on Day 2. Mirabai lifted 87 kg in snatch, 115 kg in clean and jerk, and lifted a total of 202 kg. Following this accomplishment, she has become the first Indian to win a medal in Tokyo…

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India, Japan ink security pact

India and Japan

On Wednesday, India and Japan finalized a cybersecurity deal to strengthen the digital and cyber system security. The deal aims to make the cyber operations robust and resilient against attacks. This move comes weeks after both the countries completed a logistics support pact for closer operations between their militaries. After thirteen rounds of Indo-Japan strategic dialogue conducted in Tokyo, a joint statement by Indian Foreign Minister S Jaishankar and Motegi Toshimitsu of Japan stated that both the countries are keen to make the Indo-Pacific region free, open, inclusive, and premised…

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