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Jaspreet Sahni


New Delhi, DL, India

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Past articles by Jaspreet:

Champions Trophy hockey: How Harendra Singh is slowly transforming India into a world-beating team

The Indian think-tank had initiated a major tactical and technical change even before flying to the Netherlands for the Champions Trophy. → Read More

Interview: India hockey coach Harendra Singh allows no mobiles on dining table, lights out at 10.30

The newly appointed coach insisted discipline off and on the field is part of education process and said his primary goal is to win Asian Games gold. → Read More

Table tennis: The academy and the coach behind star paddler Manika Batra’s meteoric rise

The table tennis academy in Delhi’s Hansraj Model School continues to produce champion paddlers for India. → Read More

Indian Hockey team seek characters among young guns on Europe tour

Six uncapped players from last year’s Junior World Cup winning team have been included in the 18-man squad. → Read More


Accessibility will help catalyze Indian hockey's reach

Accessibility will help catalyze Indian hockey's reach - India’s coaching system also lags behind in scientific rigour and is in dire need of a revamped curriculum → Read More

Women’s Hockey World League Semifinal: India didn’t chill enough against Chile, but a win is a win

India dictated play and Preeti Dubey scored a classic goal but the team still has a lot to improve on before taking on Argentina. → Read More

Women’s HWL Semi-Final: Shaky defence, lack of a dragflicker cost India dear against USA

The speedy Americans outpaced India for a 4-1 win in the Pool B match. → Read More

Hockey India drops another bomb, opts out of Pro League, FIH regrets decision

India isn’t happy ever since it’s former president and present FIH chief, Narinder Batra, was almost forced to apologise for a FB post he wrote during the HWL. → Read More

No smoke without fire: Why Hockey India League could soon be history

With many franchises in limbo, the future of HIL is bleak. → Read More

A sixth place finish at the Hockey World League Semi-Final isn’t something India were expecting

The team must feel bad and remember that they will play the HWL Finals this year and the World Cup in 2018 only because they are the hosts. → Read More

Hockey World League: When India ‘quietly’ hammered Pakistan

The defeat against Malaysia had cut India’s confidence in half, the chance to win the Hockey World League (HWL) Semifinals no longer existed. → Read More

Hockey World League: Clinical Netherlands bring India down to earth after Pakistan high

The Oranje ran India ragged in a 3-1 loss in the final match of the pool stage. → Read More

Three straight wins, 14 goals scored: Not often has Indian hockey been in this kind of blazing form

4-1 against Scotland, 3-0 against Canada and 7-1 against Pakistan. It’s been a tournament to savour. → Read More

Hockey Word League: India played field hockey of highest order to record biggest win over Pakistan

Pakistan started promisingly, but India responded emphatically to notch crushing 7-1 win over arch-rivals. → Read More

Cracking under pressure? Conceding late goals is a concern for Indian Hockey team ahead of HWL semis

The team conceded crucial goals within the last nine minutes of both their three-nation invitational games against Germany and Belgium. → Read More

How India is training to dragflick its way to the top of the hockey world

At the national camp, the Indian team is spending an extra hour of training specifically for penalty corners. → Read More

Setback for India as captain and star goalkeeper Sreejesh is ruled out of Sultan Azlan Shah Cup

The Indian skipper was injured during his side’s 3-1 loss to Australia on Tuesday. → Read More

No point stretching the 2014 Bhubaneswar incident like a ‘chewing gum’, says former Pakistan captain

Pakistan’s players had made offensive gestures while celebrating a win over India at the Champions Trophy in 2014. → Read More

Sultan Azlan Shah Cup hockey: Meet Arun Panchia, a Gujarati insurance agent leading New Zealand

The Auckland resident grew up watching fellow sportspersons of Indian origin Bevan Hari and Umesh Parag represent the Black Sticks. → Read More

Sultan Azlan Shah Cup preview: 'New' India will go for the jugular in Malaysia

Newcomers and 'new' strategies form the core of Indian hockey's focus as they approach the first tournament of a fresh season. → Read More