• India thrash Kenya 5-0 to top badminton mixed team group

    Glasgow: After thrashing Ghana and Uganda with the exact scoreline of 5-0 Thursday, Indian shuttlers continued their good showing at the 20th Commonwealth Games as they blanked Kenya 5-0 on the second day of the mixed team competition to top group B.

    Scratch pair of K. Srikanth and Jwala Gutta were the ones to start the proceedings for India as they mauled Mercy Joseph and Patrick Mbogo 21-8 21-8 in just 18 minutes.Jwala Gutta was playing against Kenya

    Jwala Gutta was playing against Kenya

  • Jwala Gutta still upset over her legal battle with Badminton Association of India

    New Delhi: Six months ago, in a surprise decision, the Badminton Association of India's disciplinary committee has recommended a life ban on top Indian doubles shuttler Jwala Gutta for trying to Jwala Gutta, set aside those nightmares, and start focusing on badminton. We all love you!

    Jwala Gutta, set aside those nightmares, and start focusing on badminton. We all love you!
    stop some players of her franchise Delhi Smashers from playing a match against Banga Beats in the India Badminton League.

  • The second Indian Badminton League (IBL) may be postponed

    New Delhi: Due to the busy international schedule, the Badminton Association of India is considering postponing the Indian Badminton League II to early 2015.India's badminton sweetheart - Saina Nehwal

    India's badminton sweetheart - Saina Nehwal

    The first Indian Badminton League in August 2013 was huge commercial success and a grand success with badminton lovers. The corporate sponsorships and even the players like to play in the league.

  • Jwala Gutta cleared of all charges by Badminton Association of India (pic)

    The long-standing deadlock between India's ace doubles shuttler Jwala Gutta and the Badminton Association of India (BAI) has ended. The national federation has dropped all the charges against the 2010 Commonwealth Games gold medallist.

    It was last week in New Delhi when the impasse is reported to have ended when she met BAI president Akhilesh Das Gupta after the 78th senior national championships.

    "I am very happy with the decision BAI has taken. I will be playing as a part of the Indian team in future tournaments too. It will be an honour to represent the country as always," Jwala was quoted as saying to the Times of India on Friday.

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