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PV Sindhu's coach Kim Ji Hyun quits: Details here

24 Sep 2019

PV Sindhu's coach Kim Ji Hyun quits: Details here

In what comes as a setback for Indian badminton star PV Sindhu, her long-time coach Kim Ji Hyun of South Korea has resigned, citing personal reasons.

PV Sindhu wins historic gold medal at BWF World Championships

25 Aug 2019

PV Sindhu wins historic gold medal at BWF World Championships

Indian women's singles star shuttler PV Sindhu won the final of the BWF World Championships for the first time in her career.

PV Sindhu eyes historic gold medal at BWF World Championships

18 Aug 2019

PV Sindhu eyes historic gold medal at BWF World Championships

2019 hasn't gone well for PV Sindhu, who is yet to win a title this year.

Badminton: Kidambi Srikanth set to be world number 1

10 Apr 2018

Badminton: Kidambi Srikanth set to be world number 1

India's badminton sensation Kidambi Srikanth is set to become the new world number 1 on Thursday.

PV Sindhu becomes the badminton World No 2 player

06 Apr 2017

PV Sindhu becomes the badminton World No 2 player

India's ace shuttler PV Sindhu reached the badminton World No 2 ranking, after her recent performances.

PV Sindhu an IAS? Takes up govt job

25 Feb 2017

PV Sindhu an IAS? Takes up govt job

21-year old ace badminton player PV Sindhu has accepted a Group-I officer's job offered to her by the Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister N. Chandrababu Naidu after her 2016 Rio Olympics triumph.

PV Sindhu to be ambassador of CRPF

31 Aug 2016

PV Sindhu to be ambassador of CRPF

Olympic silver medalist PV Sindhu has been made the brand ambassador of the Central Reserve Police Force.

Pizza Hut offers free pizza to all Sindhus

21 Aug 2016

Pizza Hut offers free pizza to all Sindhus

In celebration of PV Sindhu's historic silver medal at the women's singles badminton event at the Rio'16 Olympics, Pizza Hut has decided to offer free pizzas to anyone named Sindhu.

PV Sindhu storms into finals, wins Silver

19 Aug 2016

PV Sindhu storms into finals, wins Silver

India's P V Sindhu stormed into the finals of the 2016 Rio Olympics women's singles badminton, losing against world No.1 Carolina Marin from Spain.